BEST TIME TO VISIT

APRIL - OCTOBER | 23°C - 26°C | DRY

Indonesia is climatically comfortable throughout the year, though the best time to visit is from April to October. The peak tourist season lasts from July to August, though April to September are the best months to visit. Even though this is the rainy season, you will bag great deals since this is lean tourist season. 

HERE’S WHAT IT WILL COST

Flight from Delhi: Starting at Rs. 15,000 approximately
Flight from Mumbai: Starting at Rs. 15,000 approximately  
1&2 stars: Rs. 700 to Rs. 1500
3&4 stars: Rs. 2000 to Rs. 5000
5 star: Rs. 6000 onwards
Food: per person per day (excluding alcohol)
Budget: 60000 IDR to 120000 IDR
Mid-range: 300000 IDR to 500000 IDR
Splurge: 1300000 IDR to 4000000 IDR (Depending on the restaurant)  

VISA

Indian passport holders who are visiting Indonesia for Tourism purposes and intend to stay no more than 30 days in the country can avail the Visa on Arrival service from the 36 designated channels of Immigration Checkpoints. Depending on the passenger traffic, the process can take anywhere between fifteen to forty minutes. The Visa on Arrival service is available 24 hours, seven days of the week. ... READ MORE

VISA

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GETTING IN

BY AIR

Ngurah Rai International Airport or Denpasar International Airport is located in South Kuta district and is just 13 kilometres from Denpasar, the capital of Bali. Flights from major international cities regularly fly in and out of the Denpasar Airport. It is also well connected to most of Indonesia and has regular domestic flights connecting it to major cities within the country. From the airport, you can easily hire a taxi to your destination. Please note that buses might not always be available from the airport.

BY SEA

Bali is quite a popular port for most cruise liners traversing through South East Asia. To get into Bali through the sea route, take a flight to Singapore, Sumatra or Java and take a ship for your onward journey to Bali. The information desks at the airport will guide you thoroughly.

PACKING

Here are a few things you must ensure you have before you travel to Indonesia:
  • Valid passport with a minimum six months validity
  • A visa valid up to your stay in Indonesia
  • Bank cards, cash, forex, or travel cards
  • Copies of your passport, visa, credit and debit cards
  • List of emergency contacts
  • Laptop and mobile phone along with chargers
  • Basic medication
  • Woollens, or light cottons, beach wear as per the season/place you’re visiting
  • Umbrella/raincoat

DOs & DON’Ts

LOCAL ETIQUETTE
  • Don’t touch the heads of small children. Heads are considered sacred in the Indonesian culture.
  • Do wear a sarong when entering a temple. Menstruating women, however, shouldn’t enter Balinese temples.
  • Don’t use your left hand while giving and taking things.
  • Don’t empty your plate entirely during dinner. A little should be left as an offering to the Gods.
  • Do not walk over the ceremonial offerings strewn around the streets. These are sacred.
  • Don’t point at things and people with your index finger as it is considered offensive
 
SAFETY
  • Don’t use drugs as Indonesian laws are extremely strict about the same.
  • Don’t drink tap water. Instead, stick to bottled water.
GOOD TO KNOW
  • Don’t leave tips in Bali as a massive service charge is usually added to your bill.
  • Do bargain with shopkeepers but don’t keep pushing too hard.
  • Don’t forget to confirm your outbound flight at least 48 hours prior to departure.
  • Do take good care of your belongings at all times.