Every Beginner Would Need These 13 Bali Traveling Tips
I would visit Bali again and I would invite you to join with. Before traveling to Bali you need to know these 13 tips below. Hopefully, this article can provide an overview of Bali as a tourist paradise.
You may have to avoid traveling in December because it is the peak of the rainy season. To note, from October to April is the rainy season and May to Sep is a dry season. Rain used to come at night to early morning, but you still have to be aware of the interference of rain during the day.
What should be prepared?
You should prepare light clothing in natural fabrics that allow your skin to breathe. I advise you to take two garments a day, one roll shorts combined with caftans for the evening.
You should be aware of mosquitoes, since Bali is one of the epidemics of dengue fever mosquito. You may need to have some ointment in your bag.
Bali has some amazing five star hotels but in the last 10 years, the villa has dominated. Villa can provide the same comfort with what offered by the hotel, but with a lot more privacy for family or group.
Nusa Dua should not be ignored because it has several five-star exclusive occupancies. Nusa Dua Beach is one of the natural tourist beaches on the island of Bali. This beach is a comfortable and perfect place to take a rest.
Our driver, Dewa, helped me during my visit in Bali. Do not rely on public transport because it is not effective and may cost you more. I found Dewa in Bali Love, a small tourist site and through this site you can order driver at the rate of 30 dollars a day.
Food and Drink
You can get a variety of cheap foods. Most luxurious places are offering rates comparable to most of the standard American diets. The Bir Bintang is the most popular beer in Bali.
You need to wear sarong in certain places like the Hindu temple. Each temple will provide sarong to wear. Adhere to the sanctity of every temple otherwise you will get into trouble.
This island is a little crazy and you can grab a boat to take you and even 200 people to cross. From the pontoon moored in Lembongan Island, you can start a variety of activities, such as snorkeling, village tours, or the waterside journey.
You should use Visa credit and debit cards because they cover everywhere. With only $ 100, you can act as if you are a rich man.