It is no surprise that Bali has become one of the beautiful islands in Indonesia that is on the top list of every travel for all over the world. People, influencers, foreigners take time to visit Bali for one reason: majestic!
There’s no denying to the fact that Bali has encouraged and captured a lot of traveler in social media, if you are to search Bali photos on the web you will see nothing but amazing Instagram-worthy photos and views you would die not to see it for yourself. That is Bali!
Today, let’s hear a few tips when traveling to Bali. if you are a traveler, then this education is for you!
When to go to Bali
Before you book for a book Bali tour package, traveling to Bali means you need to know when it is ideal to visit the place, especially with the unpredictable weather we are having and considering the religious practices of the said place.
Bali has warm weather year-round with 2 main seasons, the dry season (April to September) and wet season (October to March). The high season is July/August which is the peak of the dry season, but the island gets extremely overcrowded and hotel prices surge pretty high compared to other months. Most likely, travelers prefer to visit Bali during May, June, and September where you can enjoy the beautiful weather without the crowds swarming in.
Mode of Payment in Bali
Another thing with Bali is that you should know what currency you are going to use— this is so important so that you won’t run out of money to use and pay during your visit in the island.
Basically, the main currency being used in Bali is IDR or Indoseian Rupees. It is best to always pack cash with you since not most places in Bali accepts cards. Although there are loads of ATMs on almost every street. You can also find them 24 hours in supermarkets.
Where to Stay
Surely, there are a lot of amazing places in Bali. here are top places you should check out:
- Kuta – for surfers & party lovers
- Seminyak – for sunset beach bars, luxury restaurants, and shopping
- Canggu – for laid-back boho chic beach lovers
- Uluwatu – upscale clifftop resorts and beach clubs
- Ubud – for serenity, stunning nature and peaceful getaways
- Nusa Dua – for family getaways and water sports
- North Bali – for a quiet escape surrounded by stunning natural landscapes
- Sanur – for a relaxing beach getaway