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Bali is just one of many islands that composes Indonesia’s archipelago. The proximity to Australia, its natural and cultural wonders and the affordable price makes it a must-visit destination in Southeast Asia.

Bali pleases all types of travellers, from surfers chasing the perfect wave to yoga and vegan lovers. We have written some hot tips below that you don’t want to miss:

  • Ubud is home to many temples, markets, artistic performances and waterfalls, as well as the iconic rice terrace. If your trip is short, make sure to pay a driver for a one-day-tour. They will charge you approximately 50AUD per day but you will visit many different places and worry-free. In the end is totally worth it.
  • Stay tuned for flight ticket sales! The “I Know The Pilot” website is constantly e-mailing hot deals as cheap as 200AUD return departing from Sydney.
  • Don’t forget to take light clothes and repellents with you – mosquitoes are part of the package – and use Google Maps to download the offline city map since the local internet is not very trustworthy.
  • Don’t go to Uluwatu without visiting the most famous local bar: The Single Fin. You don’t want to miss the sunset there – the vibe is incredible and the view is breathtaking.
  • The local currency is the Indonesian Rupiah. 1 Australian dollar (AUD) is roughly 10,000 rupees. If you are a Commonwealth Bank client, you will find a few Commonwealth ATM there too, at a very low fee. Do not forget to inform the bank when doing an overseas travel otherwise you might have problem using your card.
  • Many people experience vomiting and diarrhea, known as “belly Bali”, which can be caused either by poor hygiene or simply by having your body exposed to the local bacteria. We recommend to wash your hands more often than you would at home, drink bottled water, avoid raw foods or undercooked meat, do not exaggerate the alcohol consumption and look for restaurants with a good reference!

Have these tips handy and enjoy what this incredible island has to offer! Have a good trip.