- 1 How much cash can you bring into Bali?
- 2 Can you take money into Bali?
- 3 How much cash can I bring into Indonesia?
- 4 Should I carry cash in Bali?
- 5 How much money do I need for one week in Bali?
- 6 How much money do I need for 10 days in Bali?
- 7 What’s the best currency to take to Bali?
- 8 Can I use my Visa debit card in Bali?
- 9 How much money do you need per day in Indonesia?
- 10 Should I exchange money before going to Bali?
- 11 How do you use money in Bali?
- 12 How do I withdraw money from Bali?
- 13 Do they sell alcohol in Bali?
How much cash can you bring into Bali?
For a seven-day trip to Bali, you can expect to spend a total of INR 30,000 – 35,000 per person for local transport, food & drink, and activities.
Can you take money into Bali?
The currency in Bali is the Indonesian rupiah. You’ll see it written as IDR and it’s the only currency accepted in shops and restaurants. Some larger hotels may accept US dollars and euros, but will generally charge you extra for the privilege.
How much cash can I bring into Indonesia?
Currently, there is no ceiling on the amount of foreign bank notes that are carried into Indonesia although authorities require cash worth more than IDR 100 million (approx. USD $7,500) to be declared when arriving in Indonesia.
Should I carry cash in Bali?
Cash is still an important form of payment in Bali. So make sure you carry enough with you to pay for your small shopping, transportation and food & drinks. The 100,000 bills are only useful if you intend to buy a high-priced item or spend a lot of money at the same place.
How much money do I need for one week in Bali?
A vacation to Bali for one week usually costs around Rp6,455,479 for one person. So, a trip to Bali for two people costs around Rp12,910,957 for one week. A trip for two weeks for two people costs Rp25,821,915 in Bali.
How much money do I need for 10 days in Bali?
10 days it means you need 150-210$ to have breakfast/lunch/dinner for some general food ( its not for special dinner maybe at beachside Jimbaran beach ) If you want to take a special dinner maybe it charges 50-60$ for 1 times.
What’s the best currency to take to Bali?
Better to take hard currency and change when you arrive. Pounds are acceptable, as are euros, but US or Australian dollars are better regarded and generally secure the best rates.
Can I use my Visa debit card in Bali?
Can Debit Cards be used in Bali? As a rule of thumb, Visa and Mastercard Debit cards are processed exactly the same as Credit Cards. However plain debit cards not linked to one of Visa or Mastercard are not accepted.
How much money do you need per day in Indonesia?
You should plan to spend around Rp736,641 ($52) per day on your vacation in Indonesia, which is the average daily price based on the expenses of other visitors. Past travelers have spent, on average, Rp192,873 ($14) on meals for one day and Rp94,778 ($6.65) on local transportation.
Should I exchange money before going to Bali?
We usually recommend waiting until you arrive in Bali to get your rupiah. Money changers in Bali can and will exchange all major currencies. Traveller’s Cheques can be exchanged at most money changers but the rate of exchange will be slightly lower.
How do you use money in Bali?
Best place to exchange currency in Bali
- Once you reach Bali, the first thing you would go for before making any transaction is to exchange your currency that you are carrying to Indonesian Rupiah.
- You can withdraw Indonesian Rupiah by using debit or credit card from ATM in Bali.
How do I withdraw money from Bali?
- Withdraw money from ATM at Bali airport.
- Use ATMs attached to a major bank branch.
- Use branded stand-alone ATMs.
- Don’t use ATMs located in convenience stores.
- Don’t use Commonwealth Bank ATMs in Bali.
- Go inside the bank for large transactions.
- How to spot an unsafe ATM.
Do they sell alcohol in Bali?
Currently, there are no alcohol bans being enforced in Indonesia, with the exception of Aceh. Also in 2015, the Indonesian government banned the sale of alcohol from minimarkets and small shops, with the exception of Bali province, though sale was allowed in supermarkets, restaurants, bars, clubs and hotels.