Bali is a captivating island that extends far beyond the popular spots of Kuta, Seminyak, Canggu, and Ubud. Embrace the allure of lesser-explored regions, each with its own unique charm and experiences waiting to be uncovered.
Still can’t decide where to go? Fear not, as we have got your exploration covered in every corner of Bali! Here’s a comprehensive area-based tourism guide to help you maximize your experience on this captivating island.
Bali is one of Indonesia’s most beautiful islands. It is known as the Land of the Gods or the Island of Thousands of Temples. It's a heaven for chill or thrill seekers. Read more here.
Fortunately, many nationalities can enter Bali without a visa for tourism purposes.
Most visitors receive a visa exemption upon arrival, allowing them to stay for up to 30 days. This exemption can be extended for an additional 30 days at the immigration office in Bali. How to apply for it? Read more here.
Although Bali is heaven for almost all tourists they have some rules here. Per 30 May 2023, Bali's Governor, Wayan Koster, has officially announced official dos and don’ts in Bali for tourists. Worry not, it's not burdensome regulation. Most of it, is just them asking you nicely to respect their customs. Read more here.
There are only two types of seasons or weather in Bali, dry and rainy. The dry season lasts from April to October, while the rainy season lasts from November to March. But because of climate change, sometimes the timing is not as accurate as it used to be. Read more here.
Are you planning to go surfing, diving, hiking, or merely experiencing heritage and festivals in Bali? Have no clue when is the best time to visit to do those activities? Relax, we've covered it all. Read more here.
Bali Belly is basically a fancy way of saying food poisoning (or stomach flu or gastroenteritis in medical terms). Some tourists (of course not everyone) may suffer from it while eating or drinking in Bali. Is it fatal? How to avoid it? Read more here.
That depends. Bali is considered as one of the safest holiday destinations in the world. So yeah, basically you don't need it. But if you think insurance is key to worry-free holiday, we help you to pick the best insurance while traveling in Bali. Read more here.
The currency in Bali is Indonesia Rupiah (IDR), or the locals usually use Rp as the sign.
Is it better to use cash or cards? Where to find trustworthy money changer? Can I use crypto as payment? Once again, we've covered all of your questions about... money, money, money🎶 Read more here.
We know you'll post hundreds of captivating sunsets in your Stories. Sure you don't want to run out of batteries. Bali, like other places in Indonesia, uses power plug sockets of Type C and Type F. FYI, these plugs are two-pin sockets. Like this ⬇️
What about voltage and electricity standards in Bali? Read more here.