Bali Travel Guide

Bali Travel Tips

● It is possible that flying, staying in hotels, or moving around could be seriously impacted by the volcanoes on the island. Make sure you pay attention to travel advisories.

● It would be best to stay away from wild and stray animals. In Bali, monkeys are notorious for their thieving ways, and rabies and other diseases can pose a severe health risk. Often animals in Bali are in bad shape, and there are a lot of stray dogs around. 

● Being one of the most densely populated islands on earth, it may be difficult to escape the crowds in southern Bali and Ubud, but those determined to be by themselves will be rewarded with secluded corners beyond these tourist hot spots. You can also relax on Bali's north and west coasts, which feature mountains in the centre.

● Due to the growth of the tourism and hospitality industry on this island, hygiene standards have significantly improved. Many kitchens now offer organically grown foods. Moreover, one of the best ways to avoid an upset stomach is by staying hydrated, avoiding infamous local liquors like arak, and consuming street food cautiously.

● It is advised you plan your trip in advance so as to pick a hotel close to the destinations you want to visit. Doing this will help avoid traffic and hot temperatures. 

● Many high-end bars and restaurants in Bali follow strict dress codes, and as such it is advised that you call and confirm before visitng. 


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