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Dos and Don'ts in Bali, Indonesia
Bali is one of the most fun places to visit; this is an ideal place to visit. There are many great experiences awaiting you in Bali. There are certain rules and regulations that you need to keep in mind while being in Bali to enjoy a hassle free trip in Bali.
- Always dress properly whenever you are visiting any Bali temple. You are supposed to cover your shoulders and also the part of your upper arms before entering a temple. Your waist and legs should also be covered by a temple scarf.
- Bali also is infamous for snatch theft and hotel breaking in, so make sure that you stay a little more alert and safe.
- Make sure that you don’t smoke in the public areas. There is a “smoke-free” law which has banned smoking in restaurants, hotels, temples, and tourist attractions.
- You can be duped while changing you currency, so make sure that you change your currency in the reputable banks of Bali only. Also you can use ATMs to do any money withdrawals. You can also get your currency changed at the Hotel front desks but they have exchange rates.
- You can also get your money changed through the money changers recognized by Bank Indonesia
- You will also get the best Blue Bird taxi that happen to be the most honest taxi in Bali.
- Bali is one of the safest places that you can visit while being on a holiday. This place has some risk of tsunami, make sure that you don’t swim on the areas which are tsunami prone from Kuta to Canggu.
- Also Bali is infamous for the “Bali Belly,”, also famous as traveler’s diarrhea, so try to avoid tap water as much as possible and also make sure you do not skip the sunscreen to avoid any sunburns.
- Bali is a hot place so make sure that you drink ample amount of water to avoid any heat strokes, but make sure that you avoid tap water.
- Bali is a really relaxed place but the drug laws in Bali are pretty strict, there are really harsh penalties for drug users who are caught with Group 1 drugs such as marijuana, heroin, and cocaine: you might get life imprisonment if you are found in possession or the death penalty if you are found being convicted of trafficking in drugs.
- Now this one if the most important tip of all, you might still find the drug dealers, or narcotics officers who would pretend to be dealers. Tourists walking through often get whispered solicitations for drugs. If you get one of these whispered sales pitches, walk away. You might end up a hapless victim of a drugs.