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The Essential And Full Bali Travel Checklist

The Essential And Full Bali Travel Checklist

The important and full Bali journey checklist

Passports, Tickets and Visas

When you carry a Singapore, Malaysian, Philippines, Thai, Vietnam, Chile, HK, Macao, Brunei, Morocco or Peru you'll not want a visa to enter Bali.

For all different passport holders you may need USD$25 on arrival (valid for 30 days, and extendable) to pay for your visa on arrival. Your passport must be legitimate for no less than 6 months from the date of entry into Indonesia, and you need to have proof of onward passage (either return or through tickets).

When leaving Bali, you may need to pay a departure tax of a hundred and fifty,000Rp per particular person on the airport. You pay this in rupiah not US currency. Put this cash aside and don't spend it on shopping!

Professional Tip: If you want to keep away from the queues and baggage gathering - use The Bali Concierge airport service for a VIP pickup experience. For USD$50 they will escort you out of your arrival gate, handle all the visa stuff and put your bags through immigration - all while you wait at the bar and luxuriate in snacks.

Travel Insurance coverage

Insurance when traveling anyplace is a must. Particularly somewhere like Bali, where you're more likely to do outdoor activities, experience scooters and get within the surf. You do not need to be stuck without insurance. We recommend utilizing a reputable insurance coverage firm, such as Zuji, who is underwritten by Allianz.

Drugs

Don't even attempt Indonesia could be very strict with drug laws, and even has the dying penalty for drug trafficking. There are plain garments police that also patrol the streets in search of sellers and users. Basically, don't even try - else you'll end up just like the Bali 9 or Schapelle Corby.

Credit Cards

Deliver em however be careful It's all the time good to have a credit card with you when traveling, especially for these sudden expenses. Bear in mind to notify your credit card firm that you are touring, and provides them your overseas contact details - otherwise they might cancel or suspend your card under suspicion of fraud. When utilizing credit cards in Bali, make sure that its solely on legit wanting credit card machines - be wary of units that 'skim' and steal your card information. Avoid places that use the old type handbook carbon copy models - any respectable place ought to have a electronic unit. Rule of thumb: If you're unsure, just use cash.

Staying Healthy and avoiding "Bali Stomach"

Indonesia is a developing nation and as such does not have the same degree of sanitation and well being care standards which we come to expect in developed nations. It's really helpful to be vaccinated for Hepatitis A, Typhoid and Flu. It's best to consult your native physician about vaccinations. The water in Bali just isn't recommended for consuming, so to keep away from the infamous "bali stomach" persist with bottled water. If you want to be additional cautious, use your bottled water for brushing your enamel as well. Avoid ice in drinks from food stalls and small warungs (eatery). However ice from the convenience retailer or from a bar should be okay.

Alcohol and Drinks

Alcohol can be fairly costly Aside from the locally made Bintang Beer (similar to and owned by Heineken) which is refreshingly Delicious and dust low-cost, and the horrible hangover inducing Arak, most alcohol could be very expensive in Bali. This is supposedly due to the 'moral' tax placed on by the Indonesian government. Eg. A bottle of Smirnoff Vodka can price us to 500,000rp (About USD$fifty five). So it is a fashionable option to bring in your individual duty free alcohol. Indonesian law allows as much as 1L per person, which is not a lot. Should you choose to deliver more and get caught you will have to surrender it or pay a, *ahem*, "nice" of anything from 20,000rp to one hundred,000rp and you can be able to keep your alcohol.

Getting Around

The easiest way to get around Bali, in case you are not game on driving/riding your individual vehicle is taxi and automobile+driver services. Taxi's are inexpensive (ie a metered taxi for a 45min ride is less than USD$7), see the bottom of this submit for Taxi companies. Be sure that the taxi is metered and starts at 5,000rp. You may also get automobile+driver providers from about ranging from USD$35 for an entire day - it could be really helpful to tip the driving force at the finish of the day.

Mobile Phones and Wifi

Your personal phone will most likely be able to international roam on Indonesian networks, however it may be very expensive to make and receive calls. One of the best thing to do is purchase an area prepay sim card (like SimPati or three) and pop it in your phone - you will then benefit from the low local rates. iPhones and Blackberry work however you will have to get a SIM card that has internet data. It is easier to stick to the free wifi available at many cafes and bars.

Electricity plugs

In Indonesia they use 220V, 50 Cycle and the plugs are dual spherical prongs of the European variety. Adapters are available at some hotels OR could be purchased at Matahari's ( supermarket ) for round 35,000 Rp.

Tipping is good karma

Tipping There'll generally be a service charge tacked onto your restaurant bill. It's not compulsory, however it's good apply to tip your Hard Rock Hotel Bali porters, masseuses, maids and every other workers throughout your stay. It would not have to be a lot - however you will ensure you'll be taken care of, and it could be significantly appreciated by the staff who only earn the equal of a few dollars a day.

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