Bali Travel Checklist and Precautions 2019


The Balinese believe that Bali is heaven on earth, and I totally agree with that. So if you are planning to go to Bali, get excited to see nature at its best and enjoy the famed island of Gods. However, you should be aware of what you need to take with you.

So, which items should you pack for your trip to Bali? Items that you should pack for your Bali trip include the following:

  1. A Bali Power Adapter
  2. Waterproof Phone case
  3. Sunblock
  4. International driver license
  5. Tampons
  6.  Deodorant Stick
  7. Swimsuit
  8. Shall
  9. A hat
  10. Sunglasses
  11. Activated charcoal

Of course, there is so much more that you need to pack for your trip to Bali, so continue on reading this blog post. I will also be talking about twenty things that should avoid doing/ taking while you are in Bali.

What items should you pack for your trip to Bali?

The items that you should pack for your trip to Bali can be divided into five major categories. These five categories are:

  1. Documents
  2. Tech items + Mobile applications
  3. Clothes
  4. Medicine
  5. Toiletries 

Without any further ado, let us list the things you need to take with you to Bali!

Documents

I like to have all of my travel documents in a sleeve or a file while traveling, so there is only one thing that I have to hold when these documents are needed.

Also, this ensures that none of these important documents fall and get lost when you are reaching for something else from your bag.

1) Your Passport and Visa

Do not forget to bring your passport. If you have recently renewed your passport, then make sure that you bring both of your old and new passports with you. You might be asked for both at the airport, so double check before you leave your house that you have your old and renewed passport.

Please note that your passport must be valid for at least six months ( 6 months) from date of arrival to be able to enter Indonesia.

Regarding the visa, the majority of western passports give you a Free Entry Tourist Visa.

You get thirty days inside Indonesia ( Bali is an island in Indonesia); however, you can not extend the duration of the visa even if you plan on paying for the extension. The day you land in Indonesia and the day you leave are counted from your thirty day period.

If you want to stay in Indonesia for more than thirty days and you are from a country that has visa exemption, then you can apply for Visa on arrival in Indonesia for thirty-five dollars ( 35$). The Visa on Arrival can be extended for thirty more days, unlike the Free Entry Tourist Visa.

If your country is not exempted, then you gave to go to the Indonesian Embassy to apply for a Visa.

2) Insurance

Not everything goes according to plan when you are vacationing. It is always better to be safe than sorry while traveling, which is why I highly recommend you have travel insurance.

This way, in case any unexpected issues that arise while you are on your trip could be managed more smoothly and without worrying much about it. If you get into an accident, you would be covered in terms of medical care for such emergencies.

Do not leave it up to luck, and make sure you have travel insurance. Most of those who often travel never leave their country without it, so do your research and find travel insurance that suits your budget best and provides you with decent services.

3) Your flight tickets

With smartphones, the need for having printed flight tickets is declining. However, what happens if your battery dies on you if your phone breaks?

Many unexpected things could happen, so it is better to have backups for essential items like your flight ticket. Thus, make sure that you have both, your printed tickets and your e-tickets.

4) Your credit or debit cards

You should never carry a lot of cash with you because there are a lot of pickpockets who target tourists and steal their money. That is why it is better to have your credit and debit cards with you, so you do not have to carry a lot of cash with you.

Usually, having twenty dollars is more than enough. But if you end up spending all of it, all you have to do is find an ATM ( it is not hard to find one in Bali) and withdraw twenty more dollars or the amount you need if you are going to purchase something specific.

5) A bit of cash

Like I have mentioned earlier, you should only carry a bit of money, so the money you are bringing with you does not attract any pickpockets around you.

6) Vaccination Records

It is highly recommended that you have the following vaccinations:

  1. Hepatitis A
  2. Tetanus-Diphtheria
  3. Typhoid
  4. Measles Mumps Rubella (MMR)

7) International Driver License

If you plan on renting and driving a motorbike in Bali, then it is better that you have an International Driver License to prevent paying any unnecessary fines.

8) Bali’s emergency numbers

Here are some emergency numbers that you should save on your phone and have written on a small piece of paper that you should always have on you while you are in Bali.

  • Police: 110
  • Search and Rescue; aka, SAR: 111, 115, and 151.
  • Emergency: 112 ( this is like 911)
  • Fire Department: 113
  • Ambulance: 118

9) Your Medical Prescriptions

Indonesia bans drugs and some medications, so if any of your personal medications are considered to be scheduled drugs, then make sure that you have your medical prescription with your medications.

Also, do not take a massive amount of those medications. Limit yourself to the amount you are going to need during your stay in Indonesia.

If you are unsure which drugs are considered to be illegal in Indonesia, then click here. You can also call or visit the Indonesian Embassy and ask them about the medications that you are taking with you.

Tech items + Mobile applications

1) Bali Power Adapter

Two ( 2) pin socket and plug is what you can expect to find in Bali and Indonesia. These are similar to the one used in some parts of Europe.

The pins are neither flat nor rectangular; the pins are actually round. So make sure you grab a couple of the two-pin plug ( round pins ). The type of power sockets is C/F. The frequency is 50 Hz, and the voltage is 230V

  • Power sockets: type C / F
  • Frequency: 50 Hz
  • Voltage: 230 V
Bali Travel Checklist and Precautions - Ceptics Power Adapter
Ceptics Europe Travel Plug Adapter (Type C) for Most European Countries – 3 Pack [Grounded & Universal] (GP-9C-3PK) from Amazon

If you don’t have one, you can grab Ceptics Europe Travel Plug Adapter here for only $7.99

2) Your Laptop

Many people work remotely while traveling, so if that is you, then do not forget to get to bring your laptop, its charger, and a power adapter.

I usually take mine and my WD to empty all of the photos and videos I take while traveling, so I am never run out of storage while I am vacationing and be forced to delete some of my holiday’s pictures and videos.

3) Your power bank

Power banks are amazing because when you use your phone as a GPS, as a Camera, etc.

There is no doubt that your battery is going to die on you while you are enjoying your time being out and about in Bali, so you must always have a fully charged power bank in your bag or backpack at all times.

Try two have two power banks with you and make sure that each one is not less than 10,000 mAH.

If you do not have a power bank, then check out Anker’s power banks here.

Bali Travel Checklist and Precautions - Anker Power bank
Anker PowerCore Lite 10000mAh from Amazon

P.S: Do not put your power bank in you luggage, keep it in your backpack or handbag while traveling.

4) Your Phone

Like I have mentioned earlier, your phone is not just a mobile telephone. You will be using it for direction, to read while you are on the beach, to take some fantastic photos, and the list goes on.

So, you must have your phone with you at all times, especially since you should have digital copies of important documents like your passport and visa on them in case you get into a situation where the documents should be presented right away.

Also, bring extra memory with you to save your photos and videos if you do not want to bring your laptop with you

5) VPN

Internet censorship in Indonesia is strong, and Bali is not exempted from that, so if you want to have access to any of the blocked sites, you are going to need a good VPN.

A VPN also protects all of your private information like your passwords and your credit card’s data even if you are using an unsecured WiFi network. Do your research to find out which VPN service is best for you. One the best VPNs out there is NordVPN, so check it out,

6) Google Translate

Some people in Bali speak English because it is an island that many people like to visit. However, if the person you are attempting to communicate with does not understand English, then having Google Translate is going to make both of your lives so much easier.

You can download the Balinese and Indonesian languages for offline use on Google Translate Application.

7) Google Maps

If you want to discover the island on your own, then the best way to find the places that you are interested in visiting is by using Google Maps.

You add the places you want to visit in a favorites list to avoid typing in the name of the area that you are interested in visiting over and over again. Instead, you will just go to your list and tap the place that you have saved.

Google Maps will show you the map to the destination that you are going and guide you as you walk or bike around Bali.

8) Universal Waterproof Phone Case

When I first discovered that such things existed, I was starstruck! A universal waterproof phone case allows you to carry your phone with you at all times, even while swimming, without damaging your phone.

It will protect your phone from getting scratched or even wet, and you will be able to take some beautiful images of Marine life.

You also do not have to worry about leaving your phone in the safe because it is not safe to leave it at the shore without anyone watching over it. They are very affordable, and they are a must-have if you plan on going to Bali!

Be careful though, because they come in different sizes.

Bali Travel Checklist and Precautions - Hiearcool Universal Waterproof Case
Hiearcool Universal Waterproof Case

If you are interested in getting a universal waterproof phone case, then click here.

Clothes

1) Shirts

Don’t pack a lot of shirts/ blouses/ tank tops. Just bring pack a few of them, and you could go the Laundry to get them clean.

2) Shorts

Same thing with shorts. Make sure you pack some but do not bring a lot of them

3) Leggings

Leggings and Yoga pants are super comfy, and you will find yourself wearing them often in Bali, especially if you are a huge fan of meditating in nature.

4) Sportswear

Sportswear is important, especially if you are going to go on a hike or bike around the island for hours. However, do not pack a lot.

5) A Light Jacket

Sometimes it gets a bit chilly, bringing a light jacket will help you stay warm.

6) A Sweater

If you are going to hike, you can expect the weather to get a bit chilly the higher you go.

7) A Sarong

A sarong will help you cover your upper body or your legs when you are visiting a temple. Pack one with you because these are often very expensive if you purchase them outside or near the temples.

If you plan on visiting any temples, then get a sarong that is similar to this one.

Sarong
A long Sarong from Amazon

8) A hat and sunglasses

Bali is very sunny, so it is crucial to protect your face and head as much as possible.

9) Swimming suits

You are going to an island that is considered to be heaven on earth. Whether you are going to lear by the beach or go swimming in a pool, lake, or ocean, you are going to need a few swimming suits with you.

10) Tennis shoes, flip flops, and sandals

I usually wear flip-flops when I visit a foreign country where the main activity there is swimming, and that is what the majority of tourists do as well.

Sandals are great too, but flip flops are always my go-to footwear in islands. However, you should bring your tennis shoes as well for hiking. 

11) Neck Wallet

Like I have previously mentioned, pickpockets target tourists in Bali, so instead of carrying your wallet in your backpack, it is better to put your money and cards in a neck wallet.

I advise that you wear a neck wallet because that way, your money and any important documents you have are always in your sight. If you wear a backpack regularly and you keep your money it, they might end up getting stolen.

Another solution would be for you to wear your backpack in the opposite way. This way, the bag is in your sight because it is hugging your chest and stomach. I always do that when I am in a foreign country, especially in crowded areas.

Yeah, it might look a bit weird, but it is better to be safe than sorry. If you do not own a neck wallet, then check this one from Venture 4th here.

Bali Travel Checklist and Precautions - Travel Neck Pouch Neck Wallet
Travel Neck Pouch Neck Wallet from Amazon

12) A backpack

Carrying a backpack or a small bag with you is very helpful because you can pack some snacks, have a bottle of water, bring your Sarong, a towel, and umbrella and sunblock with you at all times.

However, note that your bag should not be too big because it should fit in a bicycle’s basket since biking is one of the most efficient and common ways of transportation in Bali.

13) An umbrella

To protect yourself from getting wet when it rains.

Medicine

It is always better to have some of the basic medications with you while traveling cause you never know which medications require a prescription. For example, did you know that you can not purchase Activated Charcoal in Bali without a prescription?

These basic medications include the following:

1) Motion Sickness Medicine

2) Pain Killers

3) Mosquito Repellent

4) Activated Charcol

This is great for cases of food poisoning and stomaches due to ingesting toxins. Activated Charcol is safe to use; however, you can not purchase it in Bali without a prescription. So, make sure you bring it with you from your home country.

5) A First Aid Kit

It is essential to have a first-aid kit while traveling, especially when you are vacationing in tropical areas. Whether you get cut or you need to disinfect something, you could have everything you need in one small First Aid kit.

If you don’t own a First Aid kit, then grab one here.

SadoMedcare Travel Emergency Kit from Amazon

Toiletries

1) Leave-In Conditioner

Tropical vacations will leave your hair dry because of the excessive water and sun exposure. You may not be able to apply sunblock to your hair, but there are other ways for you to nourish and your hair for Bali’s weather and nature.

To take care of your hair’s health while you are in Bali, make sure that you use a leave-in conditioner to keep it nourished.

2) Soap

Most soaps in Bali have whitening ingredients in them, so if you don’t want to use such products, then make sure you bring your own soap from your home.

3) Sunblock

Bali is a very sunny island, and that is one of the reasons why many people love it. However, we must protect ourselves from the sun by applying sunblock every two to three hours and thirty minutes before leaving the house.

My favorite sunblock is from Avene. If you want to try it, click here.

Bali Travel Checklist and Precautions - Avene sunblock
Avene Very High Protection Emulsion SPF 50+ For Normal To Combination Sensitive Skin from Amazon

I will go into more details about sunblocks later on in this post, so make sure you stick around to read more about it.

4) Stick Deodorant

For some reason, it is really hard to find stick deodorants in Bali, so if you are not a huge fan of spray deodorants and deodorant rolls, then do not forget to bring your stick deodorant with you.

I like my deodorants to be Aluminum-free, so my favorite deodorant is from ZionHealth. Their deodorants are Aluminum-free, cruelty-free, and vegan. If you want to try this amazing deodorant, then click here.

Bali Travel Checklist and Precautions- Zion Health ClayDry Deodoran

5) After-sun lotion/ Gel + Body Lotion

Just like how you should use a leave-in conditioner to prevent your hair from getting damaged due to the excessive exposure to the sun, heat, and water, you should moisturize and nourish your skin as well.

Make sure you always moisturize your body with body lotion and make sure you use After sun lotion at sunset or in the evening.

I love using Aloe Vera Gel because it truly soothes my skin. You can try Nature Republic’s Aloe Vera Gel here.

Bali Travel Checklist and Precautions- Nature Republic's Aloe Vera Gel
Nature Republic’s Aloe Vera Gel from Amazon

6) Contact Lens solution

Contact lens solution is not available in most pharmacies, so it might take you a while before you find it. So, make sure you bring your contact lens solution with you.

7) Tampons

It is challenging to find Tampons in Bali. There is a very small variety available at Pepito market; however, it is really expensive. Thus, make sure you back enough tampons or any feminine hygiene products that you use with you from home.

Things you must avoid doing in Bali

Number 1: Wearing revealing clothes in Temples

Any place of worship is a sacred place, so visitors should always obey the rules if they want to visit such sites. The temples in Bali are magnificent, so if you do not want to miss out on entering them, then make sure that you are dressed modestly while visiting them.

These rules exist to prevent any disruption from taking place while people are practicing their beliefs inside the temple.

Dressing modestly might vary from one to another so if you plan on visiting a temple, try to cover up the upper part of your body as much as you can. Bring with you a sarong that you can wear before entering any temples.

A temple in Bali

If you forget to bring one with you, do not worry. They often sell them there; however, they are a bit expensive, so try to bring one with you.

Number 2: Bringing Drugs to Indonesia

Having, buying, taking, or selling drugs in Indonesia is prohibited and punished harshly by the law. The punishment for having any forbidden drugs ( when includes some medications) is often a death penalty.

This means that having drugs in Indonesia is a big no-no! It does not matter if you are a supplier or a user. That is why you should not get any drugs with you even if it is legal in your country.

Of course, never accept anything from strangers because they might have drugs in them, which is going to put you in so much trouble. If you want to know what exactly which drugs are forbidden in Indonesia; then I highly recommend you read 10 Prohibited Drugs in Bali here.

If you take with you some personal medications, then make sure that you have your prescription with you to avoid getting in any trouble. Also, try not to take a lot of medicine with you. Just take the amount that is going to cover your duration of stay in Indonesia.

Number 3: Drinking Tap Water

It is not safe to drink tap water in Bali because Indonesia’s tap water is not drinkable. Drinking tap water might give you a stomach and cause diarrhea. Even the locals do not drink tap water without boiling it first to kill the bacteria.

It is not recommended to drink boiled tap water; however, if you want to cook with it, then leave the water to boil for at least five minutes before you use it for cooking.

Water bottles are accessible, so you do not have to worry about quenching your thirst with tap water that is probably going to give you a terrible stomachache and possibly even make you sick.

Number 4: Touching people’s heads

One should not really touch others generally without there consent, but apparently, some people did not get that memo.

Just like how it is insulting to touch someone’s curly hair ( which many people seem think that it is okay to do so), one should never touch or even point to other people’s heads in Bali!

Heads are considered to be a very sacred body part to the Balinese, so please respect others at all time. For example, if you are trying to pass something to someone who is not sitting right next to you, avoid stretching your arms over the head of the person sitting next to you.

Number 5: Gambling

Gambling is illegal in Indonesia because it is considered to be a Muslim country.

Although the predominant religion in Bali is Hinduism, the law of the country still applies. Some people believe that it is okay for tourist to bet and gamble, but the law applies to anyone who is Indonesia.

To sum it up, gambling is Bali is illegal!

Number 6: Smoking in public areas

Smoking is not allowed in most public places in Bali. These areas include places like hotels, temples, and even many restaurants. However, there are some smoking zones that you can smoke in.

Not only is it disrespectful to smoke in public areas in Bali, but it is also illegal. Besides, the majority of the locals and some tourists do not want to be annoyed by cigarette smoke.

So you should avoid smoking in public places to respect other people’s wishes as well as the law of the country.

Number 7: Swimming in dirty water

Many people go to Bali to enjoy the view of the beautiful beaches there and swim in this paradise that is on earth. However, some beach tends to get very dirty when there are high tides. With tides come a lot of trash, so take a look at the beach before you decide to go for a swim.

A beach in Bali

If you decide to swim when it is clear that the water is dirty, you might end up getting a skin infection. Also, you might step of hazardous trash, so please stay away from any dirty beaches you see.

Number 8: Using your left hand while interacting with people

It is considered to be rude to accept or take things with your left hand. Even shaking someone else’s hand with your left hand is deemed to be rude, so try to avoid using your left hand while interacting with people in Bali.

You should accept and give things and shake people’s hands with your right hand. Using your right hand in such situations is a common etiquette in Bali. If you are left-handed or you end up using your left hand by mistake, then you should say ” maaf” ( which means pardon) to that person.

Number 9: Stepping on Balinese Offerings

While walking or biking in Bali, you will often see a lot of offerings that are placed on the island’s sidewalks. The Balinese make these offerings for their prayers, so never touch or step on them.

If you see them, avoid hitting or smashing them and go on ahead with your walk or bicycle ride.

Number 10: Forgetting to wear sunblock

Bali is a very sunny island, and its know for its very hot weather. Does it sometimes rain? Yes, but one should always wear their sunblock whenever it is daytime to avoid getting sunburned. Also, wearing sunblock is going to slow skin aging.

Sunblock is very expensive in Bali, so make sure you bring enough of it with you from your home country. Also, never grab the SPF 15 sunblock. Instead, opt for the SPF 50 sunblock.

Make sure you reapply your sunblock every two to three hours, so always have your sunblock with you in your backpack or handbag, whatever one you always wear when you are not in the resort/ villa/ apartment.

You should apply your first application of sunblock thirty minutes before you leave the house. If you are going to swim, then wait between thirty to sixty minutes after you apply the sunblock to your face and body before you run into the arms of Bali’s beaches.

Number 11: Littering

Again, this is another universal thing that people should practice, but you will be surprised how many people seem to litter so ignorantly.

Kindly stick to throwing your trash in their designated places. Respect Bali by keeping the island clean.

When the trash is not disposed correctly on this island, they often end up being in the sea, which could harm the marine life and the corals. Eventually, the tides will through some of the trash on the shore of beaches, leaving them dirty and unhygienic for people to go swimming in them.

Number 12: Taking drink offerings that you did not order yourself ( unless you are in a resort/ hotel)

You never know what someone’s intentions are, so if a stranger offers you a drink that you have not ordered, then do not take it. It might be spiked.

So, unless you are being offered a drink as a welcome drink in a resort, then do not accept any ingestible thing that you did not order from strangers.

Number 13: Ignoring Photography Ban signs

There are some places in Bali where visitors are not allowed to take pictures without asking for permission. So if you see any signs that tell you not to photograph this area, then do not take any pictures before you ask for permission.

If permission is denied, then do not take a picture or a video of it. Instead, just entertain your eyes with the beautify of the nature that you are witnessing.

Number 14: Taking sketchy taxis

The transportation in Bali is not that good. Bikes, taxis, and motorbike taxis are mostly how you can move around in Bali. However, you should be careful while riding a taxi.

It is better to check that the meter is working before you ride the taxi. Try to see the driver’s ID in case something happens, and you end up needing it.

If you feel suspicious or not safe, then do not get inside that specific taxi. On the other hand, although motorbike taxis are more convenient and readily available than regular taxis, they are not as safe because of the roads.

If you do not want to take either type of taxis, then you can rent a bike or a motorbike and explore the island on your own. Just make sure you have your international driver license if you plan on renting a motorbike.

But still, a taxi remains safer than riding a motorbike yourself in terms of how many motorbike accidents occur on the road.

Number 15: Wearing your bag out of your sight

I advise that you wear a neck wallet so that your money and any important documents you have are always in your view. If you wear a backpack regularly and you keep your money it, they might end up getting stolen.

Another solution would be for you to wear your backpack in the opposite way. This way, the bag is in your sight because it is hugging your chest and stomach. I always do that when I am in a foreign country, especially in crowded areas.

Yeah, it might look a bit weird, but it is better to be safe than sorry.

Number 16: Leaving your passport behind

Some people recommend that you keep your passport with you all of the time when you are in Bali, while others don’t. I personally do not think it is necessary to have your passport with you while you are exploring the island, as long as there is a safe in your room that you can use.

You should carry any form of ID and have pictures of your Visa, Passport, and any other important documents like the place of accommodation on your phone in case you need them.

But carrying the passport itself and all of the important documentation with you anywhere you go is too much. You can leave your passport behind in your hotel’s/ villa’s safe as long as you have a clear image of it on your phone.

Number 17: Not wearing helmets while riding Motorbikes

Like I have mentioned earlier, riding motorcycles is not the safest thing that you could do in Bali because of how rainy weather and how the streets are paved.

The least that you can do to ensure your safety is to wear a helmet whenever you ride a motorcycle, even if you are not the person who is driving.

Number 18: Having a lot of cash on you

There is a lot of theft that occurs in Bali, and pickpockets often target tourists. That is why it is recommended only to carry a little bit of cash ( ten to twenty dollars should be enough) and have your credit and debit card with you.

There are a lot of ATMs and Banks, so you if you end up needing more cash, you can simply withdraw twenty more dollars easily instead of carrying a lot of money with you.

Number 19: Using unauthorized currency exchangers

Just because there are many places available for you to exchange currencies, does not mean that they are all authorized. Some people like to take advantage of tourists and end up ripping them off.

That is why it extremely important that you do a bit of research on the internet to find out which money changers you should use. Of course, avoid working with any unauthorized money changers as well.

Number 20: Being reckless while using ATMs

Some people will attempt to steal your cash, some will rip you off by being unauthorized money changers, and some will observe you while you insert your PIN code while you are typing it in. They could then steal your card, and we don’t want this to be how the story ends.

So, be careful while you are inserting your PIN. If you are in Bali with your friends or family, make them stand around, so no one sees your pin. If you are alone, try to type your PIN with one hand and cover the mini-keyboard of numbers with your other hand.

Other questions related to what items should you pack for your trip to Bali

Do I have to apply for a Visa while traveling to Bali?

The majority of western passports give you a Free Entry Tourist Visa. You get thirty days inside Indonesia ( Bali is an island in Indonesia); however, you can not extend the duration of the visa even if you plan on paying for the extension. The day you land in Indonesia is counted in the thirty days.

Is it safe to drink tap water in Bali?

It is not safe to drink tap water in Bali because Indonesia’s tap water is not drinkable. Drinking tap water might give you a stomach and cause diarrhea. Even the locals do not drink tap water without boiling it first to kill the bacteria. 

Can I drink boiled tap water in Bali?

It is not recommended to drink boiled tap water; however, if you want to cook with it, then leave the water to boil for at least five minutes before you use it for cooking,

Should I tip in restaurants in Bali?

Tipping culture is not a thing in Bali. Tipping is unexpected in places like restaurants because you get a service charge added to your bill. However, if you want to tip some of the workers, then a small tip to any worker is often appreciated.

What is the best method of transportation in Bali?

Unfortunately, Bali does not have great transportation. The most common form of transportation in Bali are Motorbike taxis; however, they are not as safe as regular taxis. When you find a regular taxi, a bit of haggling is expected. It is better if you ask them to turn on the meter on. If you are not going to be on the roads much, then you can rent a bicycle or a motorbike.

What are the best months to visit Bali in?

The best months to visit Bali are May, June, and July. May usually marks the end of the rainy season. It is also a great month to visit Bali in because the island is not fully crowded, yet. By July, the beautiful island is bustling. If love such lively atmospheres, then go in July. If you do not like busy seasons, then visit Bali during May and early June.

That’s it for today’s post. Should now know what you should pack for your trip to Bali and know what to avoid doing. If you have a question regarding traveling to Bali, then feel free to leave them in the comments section down.

Have you visited Bali before? What was your favorite place that you visited in this beautiful Indonesian island? Which other islands do you want to read more about?

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