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Visit: Kuta 4N|
Sightseeing:Kuta : City Tour, Balinese Style Spa and Sunset Dinner at Cruise
3 Hours Before Flight Time
Once you arrive in Bali at Denpasar International Airport, finish all your immigration formalities. From the airport you will be taken to the hotel in a private vehicle. After your arrival at the hotel, check in to your room. You are free to explore the city on your own or shop for a while. Overnight accommodation in Kuta.
Post breakfast at the hotel, you will be picked up from the lobby. Relax in the peaceful Balinese spa techniques with organic Javanese scrubs and moisturizers, and variants of aromatherapy. Soak up the bliss with a complimentary herbal drink and move ahead. End the day and get dropped back at the hotel. Overnight at accommodation at Kuta.
Wake up in the morning and savor the lip-smacking breakfast. Hit the city and explore it in your own way As the day turns dark you will be taken to the cruise, floating along the harbor on the “cataraman”. Experience a dinner like never before, with sunset and live music entertainers. Head back to your hotel and relax. Overnight at hotel in Kuta.
Begin your day with a delicious buffet breakfast This will be your day, be it a beautiful beach or a local market be a perfect explorer. End the day with an abundance of souvenirs. Overnight at hotel in Kuta.
Finish your breakfast at the hotel and wait for the pickup. it depends on your flight timing. The tour operator will pick you up from the hotel 2 to 3 hours before your flight. You can continue exploring the city if you have enough time before your flight. End the tour with a bag full of memories and souvenirs.
Wet season: October–April
Dry season: May–September
Best time to go: May–August
INR 1 = Rp 190++ (rates may vary)
ATMs dispense Rp 50,000 or Rp 100,000 bills. If you’re using foreign bank cards, Visa or Mastercard, withdrawal fees can be quite high. Beware of skimmers and rigged units. Remember to take your money and ATM card after each transaction.
It’s best to change your money at a bank. If you have to use a standalone currency exchange booth, always check your notes before leaving. Even if the signage says ‘Authorized’, scams are quite frequent in Bali.
You can bargain at most stalls and art markets in Bali. Items sold at shopping malls and brand outlets usually have fixed prices, except during promotional sales.
Tipping isn’t mandatory since prices are subject to 10% government tax and up to 11% service charge. You can choose to tip 5 – 10% of the bill as a token of appreciation.
SIM cards are widely available at kiosks and convenience stores. Verify SIM and micro-SIM factors upon purchasing.
Temples are generally free to visit, though a donation box is available at the entrance. Must-wear on temple visits: a sarong (usually with a sash around your waist), which you can rent for about Rp 10,000. Always use your right hand for gesturing. Using your left hand or feet is considered rude.
Tap water is not drinkable in Bali. Ice served in drinks at established bars, hotels and restaurants are usually safe.
The penalty for using drugs is death.
Wear minimum accessories when visiting Bali’s monkey forests. Don’t feed or approach the wild monkeys as they can be rather unpredictable.
In case of emergencies, dial 110 for police and 118 for ambulance.