Bali information provide you with the information regarding Bali such us daily live in Bali, car rental tips, visa regulation, how to survive while you are in Bali by using the local Indonesian language, and more. Knowing the weather season in Bali can help you to prepare which cloth you should bring when you arrive in the island.
Activities in Bali is a must. So we provide it also on this page regarding how and where to do a water sport, spa, adventure or diving in Bali. Find it all here with the information including the price and best place to visit.
The information in this section will be continuously updated with many contents so that your holiday in Bali will be the perfect one.
BALI FOR THE FIRST TIMER
Check these out for 4 places of interest in Bali that must be visited for Bali first timer. There could be the best place of interest which all tourist must be visit. Knowing the location on the places will help the tourist how to arrange their transportation easier. If the tourist have their own wish list place of interest please do not hesitate to send us a request and we will put is on the list.
For some frequent tourist who had been visiting Bali, below places maybe can be skipped out from the list. But, for the first timer who will visiting Bali, the places of interest informed below must be listed on the list. You will never been in Bali if you do not visit these 4 places as well. Check them out!
Kuta is the first list. The name of Kuta is a number one guarantee of Bali. This tourism area located in south of Bali is the magnet for tourist. Here, do not be surprised, as you will find many people from all continent, over the world! Kuta is the best place to have a party in Bali.
The most spot in Kuta is Kuta Beach. This beach is always busy: joging on the beach in the morning, sun bathing in the afternoon, relax on the beach or at the beach side restaurant enjoying the spectacular sunset, and just talking along the street in the night.
Kuta is also a perfect place to spend the night. All types of acoommodation is available here. From the very cheap one for backpackers at Poppies Lane, to the luxury resort hotel along the beach can be choosen. Kuta is the heaven also for restaurants, shops, souvenirs and many things.
Jimbaran is well-known as the perfect place for dinner. Yes, the night atmosphere in Jimbaran is very famous. Dinner on the Jimbaran beach accompanied by candle light and the sound of the beach wave, it is truly romantic and impresses. The menus is vary, but the most famous one is the seafood. The fish is very fresh, as it just took from the fisherman directly around Jimbaran. There is often some musician playing the jazz music on the beach.
Jimbaran area is located in the south of Ngurah Rai International Airport. From the capital city of Bali, Denpasar, it can be reached out in about 30 minutes drive.
3. Tanah Lot
The most panorama ever in Bali. That is Tanah Lot. If you bring your camera or video recorder, this is the best place and time to explore your ability. Tanah Lot has some spectacular view to be pictured: a holy temples, full coral beach and the charming of sunset. We will see all tourist here is busy with their photograph activities.
Tanah Lot is located in Tabanan, about 30 minutes drive from Kuta. Quiet close to be visited, usually can be done on your last hour of the tour, just before dinner.
This is the center culture of Bali and also as home of reputable car rental service company. If you want the real Bali then you must go to Ubud and get a rental car to explore it. Located in Gianyar district, Ubud is the heaven for art lovers. Painting, dancing and sculpturing can be found easily here. This is the place for healing as we are surrounded by the rice field, mountain and forest. The famous movie stared by Julia Robert, Eat, Pray, Love was taking the pictures also in Ubud.
Ubud also famous with the spa services. Ralax and pamper your self with many various spa service here. Of course, the art shops is also available along the street.
Use it when you are in Bali, and your life could be easier. Use the Indonesian language as smart as you can when you need to buy something and want to bargain. Speaking Indonesian at the restaurant or at the entrance gate of place of interest will make them give you big big big smile. Try a simple word like 'apa kabar', 'selamat pagi', 'berapa harganya' will make your day in Bali more memorable.
Below are some common expressions that you can try while you in Bali. When you in a restaurant, meet with your local person or just stopping by in a boutique or having a shopping in Bali you can using below words to ensure you you are in Bali, Indonesia!
Apa kabar? Baik ! Terima kasih
Siapa nama Anda? Nama saya John
Berapa Harganya? Mahal, Murah
Boleh tawar? Harga pas.
How are you? Fine ! Thank you.
What is your name? My name is John
How much is it? Expensive, Cheap
Can I bargain? Fixed price
Have a nice meal.
Good bye (to person leaving)
Good bye (if you are leaving)
For those who will leave for Bali see whether your country listed on here. Find it here the information of which countries require a visa or do not require a visa. Please make sure your trip to Bali as a memorable - good memorable one - so please prepare everything in advance smoothly including for your passport and visa of arrival.
Kindly find below information regarding visa regulation in Bali Indonesia. The information is usefull for you before you leave for Bali, or other parts of island in Indonesia.
Countries that do not require a visa
- Malaysia, Macao, Morocco
- Brunei Darussalam
- Philippines, Peru
- Hong Kong
Countries that require and are eligible for Visa On Arrival (VOA)
- Argentina, Australia, Austria
- Bahrain,Belgium, Brazil, Bulgaria
- Cambodia, Canada, Cyprus
- Egypt, Estonia
- Finland, France
- Germany, Greece
- Iceland, India, Iran, Ireland, Italy
- Laos, Liechtenstein, Luxembour
- Maldives, Malta, Mexico, Monaco
- New Zealand, Norway
- People's Republic of China, Poland, Portugal
- Saudi Arabia, South Africa, South Korea, Spain, Switzerland, Sweden, Suriname
- Taiwan, The Netherlands
- United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, United States of America.
WORKING PERMIT IN BALI
Working permit in Bali is a very essential thing if you want to run a business in Bali. It is a must have document for any expat who work in Bali on any industry especially in Bali tourist industry. Whether as a chief, certified guide or a hotel manager the working permit is a must to have.
One of the company that able to help you to have a working permit is Bali Ide Services. They also have the service for visa arrangement. The complete services from this company are:
- Working visas (KITAS)
- Multiple entry business visas
- Single business visas
- Social visas
- Exit / re-entry permits
- Visa extensions
- All expatriate documents
- Firm's licence
- Taxation services
- Passport and Travel documents
- Residence visas for retired people (min 55 years old).
Also please check out for the Dewata Journey Services that related with your business:
- Domestic package tours
- Inbound and outbound tours
- Domestic and international hotel reservation
- Domestic and international ticketing
- Optional tours and transfers (both in and out)
- Conventions and meetings
BALI AIRLINES PHONE NUMBERS
It is important to hold the phone number of the airline, especially the airline you will use to fly to Bali. For any emergency issue, such as you need to reschedule your departure, or need a ticket to another domestic (beyond Bali) destination like Lombok island. Here please find the information for the airlines office in Bali, for both domestic and international airlines.
- Batavia Air
Jl. Sunset Road Complex Pertokoan Sunset Indah II Blok A9
Phone 767 633
- Garuda Indonesia
Ngurah Rai International Airport
Phone 751 011 ext 5396
Kuta Paradiso Hotel
Phone 225 047
Jl. Sugianyar No 5 Denpasar
Phone 232 454
- Cathay Pacific
Ngurah Rai International Airport
Phone 751 011 ext 5396
- Japan Airlines
Jl. Raya Kuta, Tuban
Phone 757 077 / 764 733
- Korean Air
Ngurah Rai International Airport
Phone 768 377
- Malaysia Airline
Ngurah Rai International Airport
Phone 764 995
Grand Bali Beach Hotel Sanur
Phone 288 331
- Qatar Airways
Discovery Kartika Plaza Hotel Tuban
Phone 751 222
- Royal Brunei Airlines
Ngurah Rai International Airport
Phone 755 748
- Singapore Airlines
Ngurah Rai International Airport
Phone 768 388 / 766 940
- Thai Airways
Grand Bali Beach Hotel Sanur
Phone 288 141 / 755 064
Bali located in Indonesia, that is mean that the tropical climate will always been here. There are two main season in Indonesia they are rainy season and wet season. Browse this page and find the information on which month the rainy season is. As well as the wet season.
In one year there will be summer and rainy season in Bali. The first season in Bali is always make most of tourist happy as they can goes to the beaches anytime with their surfboard.
Rainy season in Bali and other part of Indonesia is between November and March, with sudden downpours interrupted by periods of sunshine.
With the coolest months of May, June and July having an average temperature of 28°C and the dry season is between April and October. The weather affects the diving here only in certain areas at specific times of the year. You can scuba dive Bali all year round.
Tourist High Season is on July and August for Europeans and Americans, and December and January for Australians. It is recommended for you to make a visit between April and December.
BALI LOCAL TRANSPORTATION
Dokar, bemo, colt, is commonly use by the public in Bali. Basically there is lack public transportation in Bali. So a private car service such as car rental, Grab, conventional taxi is widely available. Is there Grab service in Bali? The answer is Yes there is. But please be noted their operational is limited. Grab cannot pick up the guest at the hotel as it is prohibited by local law. Grab only be pleased to drop off only. Cannot do pick up.
There are many shuttle bus services operating between the major tourists areas. These you can book at any travel desk, and they'll even collect you from your hotel. Beware! Indonesians are not renowned for their driving skills and most seem to think that they are on time trial for Ferrari Formula 1!
Alternatively, you can go anywhere by taxi. These are still relatively cheap as they are subject to fixed price control with meters. Don't get in a taxi with a broken meter. If you are prepared to get out of the vehicle, you'll often find that the meter has suddenly fixed itself!
A final option is to rent your own car while in Bali. This could a Toyota Avanza, Daihatsu Taruna or maybe Suzuki Jimny. For this you'll need an international driving license, a copy of the vehicle registration papers, and thick skin - firstly to deal with any police trying to extort fines from you, and secondly to turn a blind eye to the diabolically low and dangerous driving standards of the locals.
It is a known ruse on the island for local reprobates to stop tourists on motorbikes claiming there is smoke coming from the exhaust. They then come over to the bike and surreptitiously flick the choke switch which will cause the bike to stutter and stop when you feel ready to move on. At this stage the kind chap will take you and your bike to a nearby mechanic who will charge you the equivalent of the Indonesian G.D.P. for simply flicking the choke switch back into place (which takes about half an hour behind closed doors) - don't fall into this trap (as, you'll no doubt get the impression, one of our correspondents did!).
BALI DRIVING TIPS
While on the road, an important virtue to have here is patience! Although the road system in the heavily populated areas is in reasonable condition compared to other developing countries, it can be heavily congested at peak periods. Ceremonial processions sometimes occupy the whole road so if you are caught behind a procession, enjoy the colorful experience.
While you are on south of Bali, heading to Nusa Dua, Benoa or Jimbaran area from the airport, Denpasar or Sanur area, it it recommended to use the toll road, called Bali Mandara Toll Road. It is a beautiful toll road. Built in 2013 directly on the sea instead of on the land, so the panorama is very pretty. Not only you will see good panorama along the way via the toll road, you will also avoid a bad traffic jam if you use ordinary by pass road. The toll fee is IDR 11.500, one way.
Roads can also be quite narrow with heavy pedestrian traffic on each side. In less populated areas, roads may not be tarred and the famous “gang’’ (very small road just big enough to accommodate one car, but very often two-way) is ever present no matter what area you may be in. This invariably tests the reversing skills of many drivers!
Take note of several important points while driving in Bali. It is not unusual for cars and bikes to swerve into your lane without indication. A system of “sharing lane” has developed because there are often obstacles on the sides of the road, such as parked cars or the frequent procession of bakso trolleys and paraphernalia salesman.
That’s okay if you’re used to it but can be quite a shock to the new driver in Bali! Be aware that drivers from side streets often don’t look when joining a main road and the larger vehicle is king of the road.
Quite often red traffic lights are considered "only as a suggestion” and there are a few places where traffic in the left lane may turn or continue straight through whilst the light is red with a sign “belok kiri jalan terus”.
Remember to “toot” your horn when going around curves on mountainous roads as drivers commonly drive in the middle of the road here. There are a lot of one way roads in Bali (meant to help traffic flow but it hasn’t really turned out that way). If you miss your turn off, you may have drive quite a distance before being able to turn back. This has resulted in motorbike riders riding a few hundred meters in the wrong direction, as a shortcut rather than following traffic flow. Be alert!
It is not recommended to drive at night especially on the road to Gilimanuk where the ferry to Java island commences. Truck drivers to and from Java are notorious for overtaking on corners. Only a leafy tree branch often marks obstacles such as potholes or road construction. By the time you think, “What’s that there for?” you could well be in a pothole!
You can fill up at any of the numerous government owned petrol stations or in more remote areas as stalls by the side of the road displaying bottled of clear liquid. The quality may not be as good as at the petrol station. Please fill up your Bali car rental at the government petrol station in the beginning of your daily adventure.
Amed and Tulamben beach on the Northeast coast are another choices for diving.
Candi dasa beach in the neighborhood of Padangbai is a secluded resort with its unique natural beauty.
A quiet secluded Jimbaran beach is about 10 minutes drive from the airport. Perfect white sand beach and romantic atmosphere with sunset view. Kedonganan beach in the neighborhood also offers a mild ocean breeze with fish market and beach side sea food cafes.
Kuta is the famous beach and the main tourist area on Bali. Located about 10 minutes drive from the airport. Well known with its spectacular sunset view, white sand beach and gold sparkling big waves. Visitors, will never get bored in Kuta beach, there are a lot of fun and activities, from topless sunbathing, surfing, adventurous bungee jumping, Bali shopping or people watching. Just next to Kuta, as the alternative, you have to also visiting SEMINYAK, where the beach area is becoming more popular.
A lovely calm beach on the North coast as a perfect beach for a snorkeling beginners Dolphin watching is a fun and interesting attraction.
One of the quiet beaches on the West coast, near Negara. A friendly beach for surfers beginners.
Amidst white sand beaches lined with luxury hotels. In the north side, just close from Nusa Dua, Tanjung Benoa offers a lot of water sport activities.
The white sand beach of Padangbai on the East coast offers boats to Lombok. A nice beach for snorkeling and diving.
Sanur beach is part of Denpasar city, about 20 minutes drive from the airport. A fringing reef calms the water, another diversion for fishers and swimmers. Sanur beach is more quiet than Kuta with beachside hotels and beach markets. Boats are available to cross the island to Nusa Penida and Nusa Lembongan.
MORE BEACH: KUTA, SANUR AND TULAMBEN
Kuta, Sanur and Tulamben is where the best beaches in Bali located. Here the tourist can see the panorama of sunset or sunrise time. Kuta and Sanur is located at the south of Bali, which is close to the Bali airport and the capital city of Denpasar. While Tulamben is at south of Bali which is about three hours drive from Kuta or Sanur. Find more information regarding other area of Bali on this section.
Kuta, with the adjacent Legian, Seminyak and Tuban, is by far Bali's busiest beach resort area. Shops, restaurants, hotels and nightclubs are all in abundance here and the beach itself is the best in the area with great surfing. Being the hub of Bali tourism, you can join day trips and sightseeing tours to anywhere on the island from Kuta. So if you're looking for a lively night out with your new found dive buddies this is the place to be with many of the bars having live music, special drink promotions and organised pub crawls.
Need a car rental service in Kuta? Check this out https://www.balicarrent.com/kuta.htm
Sanur is an upmarket alternative to the Kuta area of the island with a great beach and plenty of water sports - windsurfing, snorkelling, parasailing etc. all readily available. The nightlife is quiet in comparison to Kuta and there are plenty of good quality, reasonably priced eateries as well as some excellent craft, clothing, art and antique shops making this an attractive option for those wanting a more peaceful type of vacation.
Need a car rental service in Sanur? Check this out https://www.balicarrent.com/sanur.htm
Tulamben is a sleepy village on the north east coast, beautifully set with the stunning backdrop of Mount Agung volcano, and famed for the Liberty Wreck dive site. Bali scuba diving and relaxation here are the principal draw cards, or if you feel like burning some calories, you can climb Gunung Agung (3,104m) or the smaller Mt. Seraya (1,174m).
Beyond that, there are many places of local interest such as Bali's highest waterfall in the nearby town of Les. For something unusual you can head to Tejakula, a local town famed for its horse bath which now acts (slightly disturbingly) as the towns public bath. More hygienic, but slightly further afield, is the spring baths water palace of Amlapura, Tirta Gangga in the east of Bali. Then there's river rafting, a luxurious golf course (set inside a volcanic crater!), mountain tours, traditional markets and cookery classes.
Bali is in many ways the birth-place of the 'spa' phenomenon that is sweeping the world. Somehow a spa treatment encapsulates what a holiday is all about - relaxation, indulgence, being pampered and just letting all your stress and concern drift away in a sweet-scented haze.
Discover a spa experience like no other as you slip into a world of relaxation, soothed by the gentle caress of soft music and fragrant oils. One of world class hotel resorts spa, the incomparable touch of Bali is yours at The Ayana Resort & Spa, Thalasso & Spa.
Innovative signature treatments, massage and beauty services use the latest European products for refreshing organic facials and cleansing programs, while the world's largest Aquatonic pool introduces Thalasso therapy featuring the healing qualities of mineral-rich seawater, advanced hydro-therapies and aquatic exercise programs.
Some of the other favourites include the spa at the Nusa Dua Beach Hotel, the Mandara Spa at the Alila Ubud (also many branches of this spa in Bali and overseas), DH Spa on the Nusa Dua Bypass, Kayu Manis Spa in Ubud and many, many more too numerous to mention
One of them, for more information or to make a reservation, you may kindly call The Ayana Resort & Spa Bali Thalasso & Spa on +62 361 702 222 and ask for the Spa Reception.
Idealic situated at Jalan Karang Mas Sejahtera Jimbaran Bali 80364.
Bali has a good selection of theme or adventure parks including the excellent Waterbom Park and Spa in Tuban (0361 755 676) sprawling over lanscaped tropical gardens, it founds the entertainment capital of the region - a one - stop vocation hub conveniently located right in another pleasure city Kuta.
The Bali Bird Park (owned by Bali Adventure Tours, 721 480) in Batubulan has a fascinating collection of over a thousand birds and benefits from one of the island's best restaurants and an exotic gift shop. The Bali Reptile Park (299 344) is next door with Komodo Dragons, lizards etc and a number of interesting displays. Snakes and crocs can also be seen at the Reptile Park in Mengwi (243 686).
Further north, in Taro, visit the Elephant Safari Park and spend a day with Sumatran elephants in their picturesque tropical park refuge. The park has a large restaurant, museum and souvenir shop that sells every imaginable elephant product you can think of. There is also an extensive Buterfly Park (814 282) in Tabanan which is responsible for the preservation and breeding of endangered species and has a magnificient selection. It is the largest of its kind in South East Asia and well worth a visit.
For the holidaying golfer there are four courses to take swing at, the Bali Golf and Country Club (0361 771791), the Bali Handara Kosaido Country Club (0363 22182), Nirwana Bali Golf Club (0361 815960) and the nine hole Grand Bali Beach Golf Course (0361 288511).
For snorkelling and diving, the closest spots to Kuta are Benoa and Sanur beaches where all the relevant equipment can be hired. Further afield, good destinations include Pulau Serangan, Nusa Penida an Nusa Lembongan in the south, Padang Bai, Candidasa, Tulamben and Amed in the east, Lovina, in the north and the amazing Pulau Menjangan in the north west. A number of dive courses are available with different companies including PADI, CMAS and SSI certificates.
Bali's waves are world famous and range from safe beach breaks for beginners like Kuta to the awesome swells at Padang Padang, Uluwatu and Nusa Lembongan, which regularly attract the pros. If you want to learn, boards can easily be rented for a negotiable fee or take a lesson at Bali Learn to Surf (761869).
Beginners should respect the sea and stay within depth to start with as the current can be very strong. Apart from Kuta and Legian beaches, Medewi is also good for beginners. For the more experienced, Nusa Dua has a number of breaks as does Sanur, Canggu, Ketewel and the area around the airport are also popular with experienced surfers.
Bali cruises is always the best activities in Bali, as well as diving, trekking and rafting. There is a good selection of cruises available including trips to Nusa Lembongan or Nusa Penida on Sail Sensations (phone 725864) and now Lombok and the Gili Islands with Bounty Cruises (phone 753434). Bali Hai Cruises (phone 720331) offer a choice of different trips which include activities such as acean rafting, Bali Diving, snorkeling, volleyball, banana boat rides, BBQs, hiking and coral watching in a mini submarine.
Island Explorer Cruises (phone 289856) organise day trips to Lembongan on a choice of yatch or the speed boat 'Quick Cat' an over night trips can also be arranged.
Other sailing alternatives incluse trips organised by Wakalouka (phone 484 085) to Nusa Lembongan where the Waka Nusa Resort offers a great beach escape. Aerial fun includes parasailing, paragliding, ski diving, the ever popular Bungy jumping and Slingshot. Bali Adventures Tours (phone 721480) offers some valueable brochure full of Bali Adventure activities that include, white water rafting, river kayaking, mountain cycling, elephant safaris, paragliding, rice paddie trekking and jungle trekking.
They also offer a chance to combine all tours together in a variety of 'Extra Value Packages' thereby saving time and money. Some new packages include golf and rafting, cruises and rafting and watersport activities with either rafting, cycling, or an elephant safari.
Rafting is highly recommended throughout the year, but is especially good in the wet season (November - March). Other companies include Sobek (phone 287059) and Unda River Rafting (phone 227444) who also do cycling and trekking tours.
While you are staying in Bali for a short, or long term period of stay, it is a wise decision to keep your body and health stay fit. Sports in Bali could be the best alternative as one of your Bali activities while you in Bali. From just walking or jogging along the beaches that spread out in Kuta or Sanur area, to some extreme sports like bungy jumping or surfing at the beaches when the wave in a perfect one.
There are many sport activities in Bali, such as bungy, cruises, diving in Amed or Tulamben Bali area, trekking, rafting or even for golf. All inclusive in Bali island for the sports activities for your leisure or fun!
Please check the below out for some Bali sport activities that you can try alone or with your friends or family.
- Bali Bungy - Jalan Pura Puseh, Kuta (phone 752658)
- Bountry Cruises - Jalan Nakula 9 Seminyak (phone 733333)
- Atlantis International Dive Center - Jalan By Pass Ngurah Rai 350 Sanur
- Balina Diving - Buitan Manggis Karangasem (phone 033 41725)
- Eco Dive - Jemeluk Beach, Amed Karangasem (phone 0363 23482)
- Euro Dive - Amed Karangasem (phone 0363 23469)
- Reef Seen Aquatics - Pemuteran Singaraja (phone 0362 93001)
- Spice Dive - Jalan Raya Seririt Sengaraja (phone 0362 41305
- Waterbom - Jalan Kartika Plaza Tuban (phone 755676)
- Atlantis International Adventures - Jalan By Pass Ngurah Rai 350 Sanur
- Bali Adventure Rafting - Jalan By Pass Ngurah Rai Sanur (phone 721480)
- Bali International Rafting - Jalan By Pass Ngurah Rai 7 Padang Galak Sanur
- Bali Golf & Country Club - Kawasan Wisata Nusa Dua (phone 771791)
- Bali Handara Kosaido - Jalan Pancasari Bedugul Tabanan (phone 0362 22646)
- Nirwana Bali Golf Club - Jalan Raya Tanah Lot Tabanan (phone 815 960)
BALI SIM CARD
It is very easy to buy a SIM card for your mobile phone at many place in Bali. You just need to replace your original sim card with the local Indonesia phone number. You can buy a SIM card at many shop, convenience stores or mini and supermarket in Bali.
When you requested a SIM card from the shop, asking for the 2 most famous cellular provider in Indonesia, called Simpati or XL. The price for the first time card is very cheap, for the starter we advise you to buy the packet data IDR 100.000 so that you can access the internet from your mobile phone. After that they will your identity to fill up the information detail of the card user. You do not need to do this, actually, as you just can request to your seller to simply use his id.
After that, only for about 1 minute, you are now having the GSM local number of Indonesia. With this number you can call your hotel, car rental company, or your restaurant, etc via the local number. These way you get a cheap price for calling activities in Bali, instead of using your overseas number.
MORE DEPTH BALI INFORMATION
Bali Rental Car Self Driven
Tips how to driving a car rental by self driven option. Compare the price between one car to another. How much is the toll road service in Bali and where to buy to toll card. Understanding the terms of Bali car rental insurance. On this page the customer can see the size of the car, whether it is a small size or a medium car. If the customer needs a bigger car (such as a car to organizing a wedding) they can submit a question via the form.
Bali Rental Car With the Driver
Tips how to get the best-honest driver in Bali. The important thing of having a driver when renting a car in Bali is about the safety. Many previous renters advise us that driving in Bali is quiet challenging. So having a driver - the one who honest and professional - could be the best choice. Find out also for the information of the working hour of the driver. How they pick the guest up, whether at Bali airport on the arrival date / time, or directly at the hotel.
How to Hire a Car
Hire car in Bali could be one of the best thing for you while you are in Bali. This is because the lack of public transportation service in the island. Car hire company in Bali is widely available. Usually they can be ordered via online or just show on their stall near the hotel or at the street side. Many of the car hire company is offering for self driven car rental or with the driver option. More information to be aware before renting a car in Bali click here.
Bali is a hilly island populated now by at least about 4,000,000 (2014) people with an area of about 5,810 square km. The governors office is on Jalan Basuki Rahmat No. 1, Niti Mandala Renon, Denpasar. Ph 224671 (hotline).
Bali Travel Tips
Shorts and mini-skirts are not allowed in and around temples. It is a custom to take off the shoes in temples, on festival grounds and in private houses. It is strongly recommend following these custom to show your respect for the religious traditions.