- 1 How do you negotiate in Indonesia?
- 2 How do you haggle like a pro?
- 3 What should you not buy in Bali?
- 4 How can I be respectful in Bali?
- 5 What is an example of bargaining?
- 6 How do you ask for a lower price?
- 7 How do you win a bargain?
- 8 How do you haggle nicely?
- 9 What is famous in Bali to buy?
- 10 How much cash should I take to Bali?
- 11 Why are things cheap in Bali?
- 12 What is illegal in Bali?
- 13 What is banned in Bali?
- 14 What is considered rude in Bali?
How do you negotiate in Indonesia?
To start the bargaining process, first ask the vendor the price of the item that you are interested in. Then ask if the price can be reduced (Boleh kurang?). If the answer is “Yes” (Boleh) or “Yes, a little” (Boleh, sedikit), you begin negotiations.
How do you haggle like a pro?
10 Proven Tips: How To Bargain Like a Pro When Traveling
- Always with a smile.
- The golden rule: the first one who says a price, loses.
- Use the local language if possible.
- Never show your money until you agree on a price.
- Patience, patience, patience.
- Start way lower than what you would actually pay.
- Make them relate to you.
What should you not buy in Bali?
10 Stupid Things People Buy in Bali
- Wooden phalluses.
- Nasty bumper stickers.
- Bintang singlets.
- Counterfeit designer gear.
- String or bead bracelets.
- Airbrushed surf paintings and decorative mini surfboards.
- Luwak or civet cat-poop coffee.
- Bornean blowpipes and bow and arrows.
How can I be respectful in Bali?
For a Great Bali Trip, Follow These Simple Etiquette Tips
- Dress and act modestly.
- Don’t use your left hand to touch or give.
- Don’t use your index finger to point or to beckon.
- Don’t lose your temper.
- Don’t touch people’s heads.
- Don’t enter any temple if you’re menstruating.
What is an example of bargaining?
Definition: Distributive bargaining is a competitive bargaining strategy in which one party gains only if the other party loses something. For example, if you go to the supermarket and buy some products, you won’t be able to bargain because they have a fixed price.
How do you ask for a lower price?
Phrases to use when negotiating a lower price
- Phrases to use as a buyer…
- Phrase 1 “How Much!”
- Phrase 2 “XYZ are doing it for £50”
- Phrase 3 “I’m sorry but you’ll have to do better than that”
- Phrase 4 “I can’t take that to my boss!”
- Phrase 5 “If you can get the price to X I think I can sell that to my boss/wife/husband”
How do you win a bargain?
13 ways to get to yes
- Assume everything is fair game.
- Don’t be intimidated by a title.
- Be willing to bargain for big bucks.
- Give sellers a reason to negotiate.
- Ask open-ended questions.
- See whether the seller is anxious.
- Decide on a fair price.
- Be willing to walk away.
How do you haggle nicely?
Tips to help you negotiate a better price
- Do your research.
- Have a good opening line.
- Be polite.
- Be aware of your body language.
- Look for opportune times to buy.
- Think about the situation from the seller’s perspective.
- Draw attention to unique features.
- Ask for add-ons.
What is famous in Bali to buy?
What to Buy in Bali?
- Jewellery. Source. Silverware is one of the best things to buy in all of Bali.
- Chocolates and Coffee. Source.
- Fragrances. Source.
- Bags. Source.
- Handicrafts. Source.
- Streetwear. Source.
- Beachwear. Source.
- Clothing. Source.
How much cash should I take to Bali?
For spending money we recommend bringing the following, based on your travel budget: Low-cost: IDR200,000 ($19) per person, per day if you plan to eat local and take public transport. Mid-range: IDR530,000 ($50) per person, per day if you plan to dine in restaurants and hire a car or take private transport.
Why are things cheap in Bali?
So, why is Bali so cheap? Bali is extremely cheap because daily expenses are way lower than in other countries. Meals, hotels rooms, shopping, transport fees, and every other expense are all much cheaper. After calculations, it costs around $80 dollars per day to live a great life in Bali.
What is illegal in Bali?
Bali’s drug laws are very strict and should not be trifled with. Indonesian Law No. 35/2009 lays down harsh penalties for drug users caught with Group 1 drugs like marijuana, heroin, and cocaine. You can get life imprisonment for possession or the death penalty if you’ve been convicted of trafficking in drugs.
What is banned in Bali?
As we have already discussed, there are some prescription drugs that are considered illegal in Bali. Being in possession of everyday medications that you use at home can land you in a heap of trouble. Sleeping pills, Valium, Xanax, and Codeine being among them.
What is considered rude in Bali?
Don’t touch a Balinese person (or child) on their head. The head is considered a sacred part of the body. Don’t hand a Balinese person something with your left hand, it is considered rude. Don’t leave your plate completely empty when eating a meal at someone’s house.