PER PERSON

ABOUT BALI

VISA

For the most of countries if you’re travelling to Indonesia for tourism you can enter the country with a free visa for up to 30 (make sure that your country is on the list here). You won’t be able to extend your stay beyond 30 days.
If you want to stay here for more than a month, you should apply for a visa before you travel, or get a visa valid for up to 30 days on arrival at a cost of US$35. You can extend this type of visa once for a maximum of 30 days by applying to an immigration office within Indonesia.
IMPORTANT! Passport must be valid for a minimum of 6 (six) months as from the date of entry into Indonesia.

Overstay fee is a $20USD per day

MONEY

Official currency of Indonesia is rupiah (Rp). US$1 = 13 180 Rp (May, 2016). In the most places they accept only local currency, so we strongly advise you to exchange your money only at authorized money changers. If you travel with a bank card, you can get your money out from ATMs or pay by your card in local shops and restaurants.

INSURANCE

Insurance is the most important thing to make your holidays safe. Medical assistance in Indonesia is very expensive: one visit to a doctor can cost you at least US$100. Please, get traveling insurance for Bali and you’ll avoid many problems.

TRANSPORT

The easiest way to drive around Bali is to rent a motorbike. The price is about US$5 per day. Also you can rent a car like Toyota Avanza or Suzuki Apv for US$25 per day without driver or US$50 with a driver. Price for a taxi from our Surf Camp to Seminyak is 40 000-50 000 Rp, to Kuta 50 000- 60 000Rp.

IMPORT REGULATIONS

Free import (for passengers above 18 years of age):

  1. Tobacco products (no limitations for diplomats): 200 cigarettes or 25 cigars or 100 grams of tobacco;
  2. 1 liter of liquor;
  3. A reasonable quantity of perfume;
  4. Personal goods up to a value of US$250.- per passenger or US$1,000.- per family.
ARE THERE ANY SHARKS IN BALI?

Here, in Bali, in tourist areas you shouldn’t be afraid.

TIME ZONE

GMT +8 HOURS

LANGUAGE

Indonesian, Balinese and English are the most popular languages

BALINESE CUISINE

The most popular dishes, food and drinks:

  • Nasi goreng (fried rice)
  • Mie goreng (friend noodles)
  • Nasi campur (rice mixed with chicken/tuna, fried tofu, cucumber, spinach, vegetable curry, corn, chili sauce on your choice)
  • Babi guling (roasted suckling pig)
  • Chicken Satay (grilled chicken on sticks with peanut sauce)
  • Koffee Luwak (also known as poo coffee – the luwak, a catlike animal digests the fruit and expels the beans, which our farm people collect, wash, and roast, a real delicacy
  • Ice tea
ARE THERE ANY DANGEROUS ANIMALS IN BALI?

Here, in Bali, in tourist areas you shouldn’t be afraid.





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