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The beautiful Indonesian island of Bali magnetises thousands of visitors to its shores every year. As a matter of fact, it's a place consisting of various landscapes, like striking beaches, lush jungles, a dynamic culture, and warm, hospitable people. A visit to Bali is not merely for relaxation and revitalization – it's a liberal experience that tends to have a deep impact on your life.

There is some practical information available about Bali which can help you plan your trip better. Mentioned below are certain tips that can help you plan your trip to Bali.

Consider these tips:

Entering Bali  

In order to enter Bali, ensure that your visa is valid for the coming six months. You also have to show a return ticket. Visas, both tourist and business, can be acquired from the Indonesian embassy in your nation. Citizens from South-East Asian countries such as ThailandSingaporeMalaysiaBruneiVietnamPhilippinesCambodia and Laos do not require a visa, but valid travel documents must be in place.
For certain countries, visitors are issued a visa on arrival. You should also make sure your passport is not going to expire anytime soon, you might get rejected at the airport if your passport doesn’t have at least a few months left on it.  


There are numerous tourist resorts in Bali all of which deliver a range of different accommodation types from beach front Bali villas to resorts and hotels. Bali is a known tourist destination and magnetises visitors year round, so it's recommended that you book accommodation well in advance.   

Bali travel insurance

While travelling to Bali ensure you have personal insurance or Bali travel insurance to cover accidents. If you're renting a car, keep in mind not to leave any of your personal belongings inside the vehicle. It's also suggested to keep all essential documents in a locked and secure location while travelling.


Weather conditions in Bali range from warm to hot all throughout the year, so pack some light cotton clothes. Also, Bali is as a land of temples and ancient monuments and to visit them you need to be dressed carefully. While paying a visit to these temples or religious ceremonies, avoid walking in front of the people worshipping. You are also not supposed to wear your shoes in many of the temples you may visit. 


The local currency of Bali is the rupiah. Amenities for money exchange are available all throughout the island, and more particularly in tourist-friendly areas. That being said, money can best be exchanged at reputable authorised money changers and major banks. Reputable hotels, resorts and private Bali villas and shops accept Traveler's checks.

Passport numbers would be needed for booking accommodation, ususally, and don't forget to carry a photocopy of your passport. Also bear in mind, while changing a large amount of money, it's recommended to check notes carefully because fake bills are in circulation. Credit cards are widely accepted. If you are concerned about losing cash, it would be a good idea to opt for a more comprehensive travel insurance policy. 

Cover is subject to the policy terms, conditions, limitations and exclusions and limits set out in the Product Disclosure Statement. Always read the Product Disclosure Statement before making a decision about any travel insurance policy. 

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