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Bali is known as one of the most beautiful places to visit in the entire world. This island destination, located in Indonesia, is known for its arts and cultures, immersing visitors in all that it has to offer. Many travel to Indonesia to experience the rich heritage, while others come for the magnificent beaches and pure relaxation. No matter the reason for which you choose to visit Bali, these travel tips will help you to make the most out of your vacation.

 

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When To Visit Bali

One of the most important tips for travelling to Bali is to plan the perfect time to visit this island oasis. The months of October through April are known as the rainy season, while May through September is the typical dry season. The average temperature hovers around 85 degrees Fahrenheit throughout the entire year. The island usually sees more crowds over United States and European summer vacations, as well as during Christmas and New Years breaks. By choosing to travel during the off-season, you will not experience an increase in price rates or in tourist traffic.

 

The Best Places to Stay

Another one of the best travel tips is to pick the perfect place to stay that offers everything that you're looking for. This could be in the heart of the city, near the beach, or in the peaceful rolling hills. For some of the best shopping, bars and food, Seminyak is highly recommended as one of the best places to stay. Uluwatu is ideal for a more laid-back retreat within close proximity to the water.

 

Getting Around in Bali

Within Bali, there is no public transportation. Because there are no trains or buses available to take your around, you must rely on cabs and/or personal drivers. Is transportation is a concern of yours, a great tip is to select accommodations for your trip that offer shuttle services to and from some of the most popular attractions. For those who will be traveling around the island often, hiring a driver is typically a more cost-effective option than calling for a taxi during each outing.

 

Converting Your Currency

One things that most travelers may to remember to do is to convert their currency. The rupiah is the basic unit of money within Bali. Bank notes and traveler’s checks can be exchanged at major banks and other authorized currency changers. It is important to select a reliable location to convert your money, as some locations may not give you an accurate amount. The best option is to exchange at your hotel if the option is available to you. Check out this post for more information about spending money overseas.

 

These tips for travelling to Bali give you the insight that you need before boarding the plane. Now you can sit back, relax and enjoy your exotic vacation .

 

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