BALI is an amazing destination, a favourite holiday spot for people from all over the world.
Once on this beautiful island you will experience an explosion of new sights, sounds, smells & tastes, ones that you will remember forever.
If you keep an open mind about trying new adventures & are respectful, Bali & her people will open their arms up to you & you will have an incredible holiday. Get ready for an adventure, whether you stay in the tourist zone of Kuta or upmarket Seminyak, explore the arts in Ubud, hang out at the hipster Canggu, or dive & snorkel on one of the Gili islands.
You can climb to the top of a volcano to watch the sunrise, bathe in hot healing spring baths, visit ancient temples surrounded by pools full of hundreds of colourful koi fish, feed cheeky monkeys in a sacred forest, bargain in busy colorful markets, dine in restaurants overlooking rice terraces, have drinks at bars perched on rocks overlooking the ocean or watch the sunset whilst eating a delicious seafood dinner on the beach.
There is something for everyone & no matter how many times you visit there is always something new to discover.
Having both visited & lived in Bali for the past 35 years I want to share what I know of Bali with you.
Our new Members Area is jam packed with everything you need for an amazing Bali holiday. I am very excited to share all my tips, advice & personal recommendations with you. Just click to take you to our shop, once you made your purchase ,you will receive a code to access all our Members pages.
Do I need a VOA (VISA ON ARRIVAL)?
No for most countries it isn’t needed.
Do I have to pay departure tax?
No, it is now included in your return airfares.
Can I bring prescription drugs into Bali?
Yes but it is best to get a letter from your Doctor to cover you.Be mindful that some prescription drugs are illegal in Bali.
Where can I hire a DVD Player?
If your room doesn’t have one, ask your hotel or you will find most DVD shops will hire them.
Will I be able to charge my electronic devices ie phone?
Yes, as they are both 110 & 240. Power supply is usually 220 cycles. Normal outlets are plugs with two rounded pins. Adaptors are cheap ($1.70-$4.00 Aud) & plentiful.
Is there Internet in Bali?
Yes most hotels & restaurants offer free WIFI, usually it is at a good speed.However it can be a little unreliable.
As businesses open & close so regularly in Bali these pages are ongoing & ever changing page & ones that you can pop back to regularly to see more new & exciting content.
We have spent 100s of hours researching & updating the pages hence the once off fee of $5.99AUD
We know you will love it & will come back regularly.
Some of the content included-
Tips on weather, traffic, bartering, money matters, how to exchange it, bargaining, how stay safe, Bali ceremonies, regions, beaches, culture
How to find the right ride, where to shop for clothes, food, drinks, which beach clubs to visit, where to find the best sunset spots, restaurants, coffee shops, cosmetic & dental procedures plus so much more
We regularly visit & review businesses in Bali & will include these reviews with photos & addresses.
As well as including our own personal recommendations for spas, hairdressers, dentists, cosmetic procedures, restos, shops, tailors, & more.
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Please feel free to contact us with a business you would like us to review or services your want us to find.
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FOOTWEAR- Don't bring thongs or sandals that aren't worn in as your feet will sweat & wearing new shoes can give you blisters.
PEDESTRIAN CROSSINGS Does not mean local traffic will stop & give way to you, when crossing raise your hand so the traffic know you are crossing, don't just step out & expect them to stop,. If you are unsure find a security guard from a hotel or resto & approach them, they will happily help you.
LANGUAGE - Learn a few words of Balinese, the local will appreciate your effort. Salamet Pagi- Good Morning
LANEWAYS- Be mindful of laneways (gangs) especially at night. Do not wander the streets when drunk.
ALWAYS ENJOY A MAGNIFICENT SUNSET AT A BEACH BAR OR IN A BAR WITH AMAZING VIEWS.
SMILE & REMEMBER YOU ARE IN PARADISE!!!
Working out the money in Bali can be confusing
Print out our money chart & keep a copy in your purse until you are confidence with the money
If you are unsure about visiting Bali alone we invite you to join one of our fully escorted amazing tours with all the hard work done for you.
BALI TASTER TOUR-A little of everything for the first time visitor. (or tenth time, for those wanting to explore with others.)