Area Guide
  •  Kuta and Legian, the life and party of Bali. Central location of everything Bali.

  •  Seminyak, fashionable and upmarket beach areao

  • Sanur, sleepy pristine beachfront resort for families

  • Ubud, culture, cafes and healing in the heart of Bali

  •  Uluwatu, Bukit & Beyond, surfing, water sports, beach clubs, sunset venues, yoga, breathtaking landscapeso

  • Nusa Dua, peaceful and safe 5* family resort

  • Jimbaran, charming small luxurious fishing village famous for seafood beach cafes.

  • Umalas, Canggu, surfing laid back beach and café area

  • East Coast Keramus, Candidasa & Beyond charming small coastal villages some surf spots and diving

  • North Bali Lovina & Beyond, charming small coastal villages known for diving

  • West Coast Medewi, Balian & Beyond, surfing, local cultural areas, stunning volcanic seascapes

  • Nusa Lembongan & Ceningan, laid back island life surfing, water sports

  • Mountains Bedugal & Beyond, areas of natural remote beauty

Ceremonies

Make sure you cover your shoulders and legs with a sarong and a sash around the waist when entering temples. Ladies cannot enter when menstruating. Unless it is an organized tour or you have been invited, please do not walk into people’s homes and temples to photograph. The beautiful offerings on the ground are to ward off evil spirits. Please be aware at certain times of the year when major ceremonies take place things in Bali may run more slowly than normal. If you are lucky enough to be invited to a local wedding it is correct etiquette to give the wedding party money in an envelope.http://www.balispirit.com/events/bali_ceremony_ritual.html

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Clothing

Light casual clothing and beachwear is recommended all year round. Some restrictions apply when visiting temples. Shorts, short skirts and exposed arms are not allowed in and around temples. It is also custom to take off your shoes in temples and in private houses. A pair of sandals, thongs and a comfortable pair of joggers or walking shoes will be sufficient for footwear. Please note some venues do not allow branded singlets and thongs for men.

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Nyepi Day

Day of Silence.All activity and transport stops (including flights in and out of Bali), shops close and guests are required to stay in their hotel or villa. Please check the date of Nyepi day prior to booking your holiday as it changes year to year but is generally in March.http://www.indo.com/culture/nyepi.html

 

This information has been provided in conjunction with our fiends at Everything Bali. There are many group discussion pages on Facebook (Everything Bali is an example) where you can ask questions, communicate and gain advice hints and tips from fellow travellers to Bali on all matters you can think of.
Water

Do not under any circumstances drink the water. Do not brush your teeth in it, do not open your mouth in the shower. Bottled water is very cheap from the supermarket if you are out and about and is supplied in most accommodation free of charge. Ice is fine as it is regulated and made with bottled water.

 

 

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