Etiquettes for traveller
In Bali always expect the unexpected, always keep your eyes open and your mind
on riving. Beware of motorbikes! It is best to rent a car with full insurance
as this will save time and money if you are involved in an accident.
Make sure you either have personal insurance or travel insurance that will cover
a. there have been a few cases handbags being snatched after tourists have cashed
money at Banks or Money Changer! Put your money away in your 'bum-bag' or hold
onto your handbag tightly!!!
b. When changing large amounts of money please check each note carefully as
there are a number of (noticeably) fake notes in circulation.
c. When trying on garments do not take your jewelry off and leave it lying around-give
it to a friend or leave it in the hotel safe.
SWIMMING IN THE SEA
Currents/undertows can be strong, always swim between the red and yellow flags,
don't swim too far out! Do not leave your belongings unattended on the beach.
Be very careful when changing your money. Always check the rate of exchange
and commission (if any) the money changer is taking. Most importantly, always
count your money before you leave the premises and if you can, bring your own
calculator, as the ones used by some palaces can be "a little inaccurate".
Remember these are serious occasions and should be treated as such. Religious
1. Always wear a sarong and sash.
2. Do not walk in front of people praying.
3. Do not use flash camera or push your camera into the priest's face!
4. Never sit higher than the priest or the offerings.
5. At cremations, do not get in the way of the attendees - however important
that photographic opportunity is.
6. women are not allowed to enter temples during menstruation.
N.B. when attending special ceremonies or anniversary celebration
as a guest or onlooker, small donations are gratefully received. Your donations
will help in paying for the offerings and upkeep of the temple.
For more information about this kind of food please contact
to the Guide Danny Sridana
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