Indonesia Information Provides Useful Bali Travel Tips To Know What Do and Travel Visa
Bali Travel Tips is an Indonesia Information and free travel tips for your travel to Bali as well as other regions in Indonesia. Furthermore, these Bali Travel Tips assist you with comprehensive information before entering this country. And also, it will assist you what do in Bali Island as well as regulation of travel visa to Indonesia. Bali is a small island of the god in paradise, surrounding with the beautiful panorama, long beach with the white sand and it is covered by the tropical situation. It will make your holiday more enjoyable and bring home with an unforgettable experience. Before entering Bali Island we are delighted to provide some Bali travel tips for your further reference to keep your holidays are memorable until back home.
Bali Travel Tips with Passport and Travel Visa
Indonesian Government has conducted the new entering Travel Visa policies for tourists who are entering to Bali and Indonesia. Furthermore, through these Bali Travel Tips, we are delighted to provide the list of the citizen who entitles Free Entering Visa to Indonesia as well as Bali. Therefore, this policy is reinforced by the President of the Republic of Indonesia Regulation Number 21/ 2016 about Free Entering Visa to Indonesia as stated below:
The Tourists from the following countries are not requiring a Visa to enter Bali and other regions in Indonesia. Valid for stay up to 30 days.
- South Africa
- United States of America
- Antigua and Barbuda
- Saudi Arabia
- Bosnia and Herzegovina
- Brunei Darussalam
- Burkina Faso
- El Salvador
- The Gambia
- Hong Kong
- United Kingdom
- Marshall Island
- Solomon Island
- South Korea
- Costa Rica
- Malta Island
- Cote d’Ivoire
- Papua New Guinea
- Puerto Rico
- Country Saint Kitts and Nevis
- Saint Lucia
- Saint Vincent and Grenadines
- San Marino
- Sao Tome and Principe
- New Zealand
- Sri Lanka
- Vatican City
- Cape Verde
- Timor Leste
- Trinidad and Tobago
- United Arab Emirates
- Zimbabwe and furthermore
The Tourist from the following countries are required and eligible for Visa-On Arrivals – with the cost at US$35 per person for a stay of up to 30 days.
- Algeria and furthermore
- Switzerland and furthermore
- The Visa on Arrival can not be extended as well as converted into a different visa
- The Visa purchasing process will take during 3-5 minutes per applicant
- There are available 6 payment counters, a bank and a money changer set up to process payments located at the airport
- Once purchasing the visa on arrival, you will need to proceed to Immigration where your visa will be processed and furthermore.
For the citizens of countries who are not on the Visa on Arrival List or Visa Free Lists will be required to apply for a visa before entering Indonesia and you may contact the nearest Indonesian Embassy CLICK HERE
Your passport must be valid for at least 6 months from the date of entry into Indonesia. And also, you must have proof of onward passage (either return or through tickets). Therefore, through this Indonesia Information, we emphasize that you may not be allowed to enter the country if you cannot fulfil both of these requirements and furthermore.
Indonesian Government will apply the airport tax for every flight passenger. This cost might be converted to your flight ticket or otherwise, the charge will be billed to your on spot. Therefore, the Indonesia Information provides the list of airport tax valid in Bali as follows:
- Domestic Airport Tax is Rp. 75.000 per person
- International Airport Tax is Rp. 200.000 per person and furthermore
New Security Rules at Bali’s International Airport
By the update, Indonesia Information with effective of 31 March 2007, a new regulation of liquids, aerosols as well as gels for international passengers on all flight departing Denpasar Bali and to Denpasar Bali is executed. It is issued to improve the security system on passenger services at Bali International Airport and the flight accordingly. Please see more details the regulation of liquids, aerosols, and gels at Bali ‘s Airport.
Bali Time Zone is GMT + 8 hours.
Indonesia Currency is called Rupiah (Rp). The Rupiah Notes are 100, 500, 1,000, 5,000, 10,000, 20,000, 50,000, 100,000 and Coins 25, 50, 100, 500, 1000.
If you bring American Dollars (US$) to Indonesia and Bali for a further transaction, please kindly noted that the following terms of US Currency/ US Dollar which not be accepted in major banks or companies as follows:
- Series Number with CB and DB code is not accepted
- Year making is lowest than 2004 are not accepted
- Money, where there is its streak / illegally written/in a state of tearing/ its picture in looked to turn tail, is not accepted and furthermore
A lot of small money changer shop is available on the island and run an illegal business which might lose your money after changing. The model of operand this shop is putting the exchange rate are higher than the market exchange rate which able to deceive you and building the interest to change your money there. Once you are changing the money, some shop staff will surround you and having a nice talk to deceive you when the money calculation. Therefore in order to save your money, we recommend you to change the money in the bank or in the hotel cashier although the exchange rates are below than the market exchange rate. In case you have been rash to change the money at the illegal shop, please be assuring:
- Bring your own calculator and furthermore
- Account your money before presenting to them
- Calculate the rate in your own calculator as well as compare with them
- Calculate the money (Rupiah) after given by the staff accurately
- If the money is not correct, ask them the rest or call the nearest security or police and furthermore
Bali has a lot of choice of accommodations from the high class until the lowest one which more popular called LOSMEN/GUEST HOUSE. The availability of the accommodations is based on the choice of location, hotel classification, facilities, etc. Please CLICK HERE to get more info about the hotel list
Most of the credit card is accepted by most of the hotel including the bar, restaurant as well as shop in Bali along with American dollar travel cheque and furthermore.
International Driver’s License or license from ASEAN countries is absolutely required during driving vehicle in Indonesia as well as Bali. Therefore, we recommend you to prepare your international driving license if you wish to ride a car or motorbike in this country.
There is a lot of transportation available on this island such as self-drive cars, taxis, and hotel courtesy cars. Many taxis do not have a meter account. Therefore, you may need to negotiate the price before having abroad. Meanwhile, local transportation called ‘Bemo’ is a unique form of transport. Please ask the price/fare before joining the Bemo to get your destination. Furthermore, a lot of Motorcycles can also be hired in many places. However, you must ensure to check the complete paper’s ad well as insurance cover before confirming it. On the way of driving the motorbike, you must use the helmet to secure your head of accident otherwise the police will stop your way immediately. In addition, some of the motorbikes are manually gear and rest of them automatically. Please do practice before starting to drive it.
Travelling Around Bali
Travelling around Bali are very easy to locate the destination, due to Bali is a small island and not much road should be remembered and if you having lost the way, the Balinese will very happy to show you the way on every your request. Stop your car or motorbike and say to them with a short language or just simply to say the destination name. Please don’t forget to bring the Bali Map to guide your travel in this island.
Bali Useful Numbers
Transportation Number in Bali, as a result below:
|Bali Taxi||701111||Nusa Dua, Jimbaran, Kuta, Denpasar, Sanur|
|Kowinu Taxi||773030||Nusa Dua, Tanjung Benoa|
|Jimbaran Taxi and furthermore||Jimbaran|
|BALI RENT A CAR||Phone Number||Address|
|Ayu Merta||7441796||Jl. Wana Segara, st 169 Tuban – Bali|
|Karmila||773462||Jl. Pratama Street 79A Nusa Dua, Bali|
|Liberi||775795||Jl. Pratama Street 55X Nusa Dua, Bali|
|CV Lintas Persada||771702||Jl. Bypass Ngurah Rai, Nusa Dua, Bali|
|Akuba and furthermore||772139||Jl. Pratama Street 57C Nusa Dua, Bali|