Tip 1. Do you need a visa? Check your country’s visa requirements prior to arrival. Have US$35 in cash for 30 day Visa-‐On-‐Arrival
Tip 2. Carry a sarong (cloth) to wrap around you for entering temples or holy sites
ATMs accept bank cards from all over the world. Notify your bank that you will be using your card in Bali. American Express is not widely accepted
Tip 3. Bring an electric adapter (two round pins, 220 volt)
Tip 4. Exchange rates will be better in Bali. Change a small amount in your country (US$50) and once you are in Ubud, we will direct you to establishments with good rates
Tip 5. Carry natural mosquito repellant with you
If you bring US dollars, be sure they are printed in 2001 or later and in excellent condition. US$100 bills get the best exchange rate
Tip 7. Need to stay in touch? Bring your mobile to Bali and buy a pre-‐paid SIM card. We advise ‘Sympati’ or ‘XL.’ Basic SIM cards cost approximately Rp100.000 (US$10)
Tip 8. Be sure to have Rp200.000 in cash for airport departure tax
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