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BALI [Branch Office]

Jl. Kartika Plaza No 97 Tuban Kuta

Bali Indonesia

Tel: +62 (0) 361 8757 904

Cell: +62 (0) 81 7361392

Email: bali@lombok-network.com

 

 

JAKARTA [Branch Office]

Jl. Kebayoran Baru Velbaks  Kebayoran Center Blok B7 Jakarta

Tel: +62 (0) 21 32771081

Cell: +62 (0) 81 933176668

Email: jkt@lombok-network.com 

 

 

 

Bali Vacations & Travel Tips

 

DO'S AND DONT'S

What You Should and What You Shouldn't Do

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Stay Healthy - All in all a whole world of discomfort can be avoided by doing the sensible thing, without overreacting. The sudden change of food, environment, temperature and hygienic codes has an impact on your body.

 

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Drink a lot of water, minimum 2 liters a day from safe drinking bottled water.

Allow your body in the first few days to adjust and give it enough fluids to dispose of toxins and replenish all the fluids that you loose even by sitting around and doing absolutely nothing

 

 

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Buy "immodium" to relieve bouts of Bali belly

 

 

 

 

 

Dont's:

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Do not drink water from tap

 

 

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Do not eat raw (uncooked) veggies/salad or spicy food from unauthorized restaurant/s

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Getting Around - You will find a range of chauffeur driven limousines, self-drive cars, taxis and hotel courtesy cars. Motorcycles can also be hired, but special care should be exercised at all times as road and traffic conditions can be somewhat hazardous in certain locations

 

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Negotiate the fare before you climb aboard

 

 

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Wear helmet if you drive on a motorcycles.

 

 

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Avoid being alone in a crowd of hawkers/street sellers, unless you are in a big enough party to withstand the hassle. Bear in mind that the only thing that counts in those places is your money.

 

 

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Show your respects by wearing sarongs when entering Balinese temple.

 

 

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Put on loads of high factor waterproof Sun Cream especially if you intend to spend a lot of time in the water or outdoor activities.

 

 

 

 

 

Dont's:

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Do not stick on your old guide book's information. Bring along the newest edition as the prices never stay the same, places and people can change without prior of notice.

 

 

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Do not bring all your important documents wherever you go. Leave them at the hotel's safe deposit. Bring only copies.

 

 

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Do not leave your personal belongings "unattended" when you are in a crowded places.

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Customs & Regulations - Visa on Arrival (VOA) favors to more 11 countries joined with previous 52 other favored countries according to the Directorate General of Immigration recent released paper. The fee for this visa, payable upon landing, is US$10 for a 7 days visa and US$25 for a 30-days visa.

 

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Check validity of your passport before coming. Passport must be valid at least 6 months prior to your arrival.

 

 

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Reconfirm your International flight at least 24 hours before departure.

 

 

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It is essential to have a travel insurance to cover theft, loss and medical problems.

 

 

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Travel light, bring only what you need during holiday. The further off the beaten track you go, the more necessary it is to take precautions. Plan ahead when getting your vaccinations as some may require more than one injection. It is recommended that you seek medical advice at least six weeks before travel.

 

 

 

 

 

Dont's:

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Indonesia has a strict law on drugs and narcotics.  Weapons, narcotics, pornography are prohibited in Bali and most places in Indonesia. This carry the death penalty according to Indonesian laws.

 

 

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Do not export the following items out of Indonesia: Crocodile skins, tortoise shell, and ivory without a special permission from the authority.

 

 

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Do not use your left hand in sacking or handing over something to someone or pointing with your foot as it is considered impolite. If there is no other option then express your apology.

 

 

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Do not carry more than 200 cigarettes, 50 cigars or 100 grams of tobacco into the country.

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Money Matters - Credit Cards, ATM, Banks, Authorized Money Changers, etc. The Indonesian Rupiah (IDR) is the basic unit of money, normally abbreviated to Rp followed by the value.

 

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Convert money at a reputable looking money changer shop or banks and independently calculate before and after changing.

 

 

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US dollars are the most negotiable currency, particularly in remote areas. It would be a practical way to change as much as you can and feel safe carrying before heading into more remote regions.

 

 

 

 

 

Dont's:

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Do not bring so much cash in your pocket, bring only small amount accordingly to your needs.

 

 

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Do not leave money changer before you double count the money and get the receipt of the transaction.

 

 

 

 

 

 

PT. BPW LOMBOK NETWORK HOLIDAYS (Branch Bali)

Jl. Kartika Plaza No 97, Kuta Bali, Indonesia

T: +62 361 8757904, F: +62 361 767631, M: +62 817361392

Email: bali@lombok-network.com