Commission rates, exchange rates, interest rates, and transaction fees all add up to a common practice of organizing your money while on the road. Withdraw your money from a reliable ATM and, for stays longer than 1 month, open a Wise account to save on currency conversion fees.
Whether you’re traveling for business or for leisure, it’s always good to be well prepared. To know how to reach your hotel after landing at the airport, to know where to get the best exchange rate, to know what to avoid when in Bali, and to know what to do in case of an emergency. To make things easy for you, we have listed a whole lot of travel tips on this page and should there be something that we didn’t cover, shoot us an email and we’re happy to answer any questions you still may have.
Going on a trip is always a fantastic adventure but better safe than sorry. Having travel insurance that includes coverage for medical bills in Bali is mandatory! It not only is useful against unforeseen medical expenses but also against other travel-related issues, such as the loss or damage of your luggage.
Bali is a real paradise in anyone’s eyes, a little less for your health if you do not take the necessary precautions! Tropical diseases exist…. avoiding paranoias, make sure you are vaccinated! Avoid Black-Henna Tattoos, drink a lot of water (not from the tap!), protect yourself from mosquitoes and low-quality alcohol, and always wash your hands!