Notes 100, 500, 1,000, 5,000, 10,000, 20,000, 50,000, 100,000.
Coins 25, 50, 100, 500, 1000.
GMT + 8 hours.
As you can imagine there's an enormous variety
of accommodation available in Bali. It varies from magnificent
five star resorts to simple jungle cabins, depending on the location
and your holiday budget. Check out these great selections. click
Major credit cards are acceptable in most
hotels along with American dollar traveler's cheques.
Most hotels use 220 volts, 50 cycles and
a round, two-pronged slim plug. Bathroom shaver plugs usually
have a transformer switch. We suggest taking an adaptor for your
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If you wish to hire a car you must be over
18 years of age and posses an International Driver's License or
license from ASEAN countries.
This is not a general practice in Bali, in
the larger hotels a service charge is already included. In smaller
hotels and restaurants tips are not expected. However, if the
service has been good, a token (Rp. 500 - Rp. 1.500) would be
appreciated. Porters at the airport should receive Rp. 500 - Rp.
1.500 per bag (depending on size).
Always keep a copy of your passport and driver's
license somewhere separate. This way you can prove who you are
to your consulates in the
event of theft. Report to the police who make out a report for
your consulate. Verification of identity and citizenship takes
about three weeks and involving going to the immigration office
in Denpasar or at the airport.
Quick and easy in the major tourist centers
such as Kuta, Sanur and Ubud where moneychangers often offer better
rates then the banks. Be Warned : foreign bank notes are often
refused if too crumpled, folded or stained. Away from the tourist
areas changing money can be an expensive hassle. Most importantly,
always count your money before you leave the premises.
Light, airy, casual clothes are the most
practical and you'll find natural fibers like cotton or linen
are the most comfortable in Bali's often humid conditions.
Visiting Temples or Ceremonies
Waist sashes should be worn when
visiting temples. Women are not allowed to enter the temples during
menstruation. Do not walk in front of people praying. Kindly not
to use flash camera or push your camera into the priest's face.
In special ceremony or Anniversary Celebrations, a small donation
are gratefully received.