- 1 What Cannot bring into Bali?
- 2 What food can you take to Indonesia?
- 3 Is it safe to eat street food in Bali?
- 4 Can you bring cheese Indonesia?
- 5 What prescription drugs are banned in Bali?
- 6 Is there a dress code in Bali?
- 7 What do Indonesians like to drink?
- 8 What do Indonesian eat for breakfast?
- 9 What can’t you take into Indonesia?
- 10 What is illegal in Bali?
- 11 What is the coldest month in Bali?
- 12 What can bring to Indonesia?
- 13 How many cigarettes can I bring to Indonesia?
- 14 Can you bring dried fish into us?
What Cannot bring into Bali?
Some endangered flora such as: quinine. The types of endangered species of fishes and dangerous fishes which are prohibited to be imported into Indonesia territory such as:
- Piranha fish.
- Vampire catfish.
- Alligator gar fish.
- Silurus slane fish.
- Esex masouniongy.
- Electric Eel.
- Tetrodaoden Sp. Etc.
What food can you take to Indonesia?
40 Indonesian foods we can’t live without
- Sambal. While technically more of a condiment, the chili-based sauce known as sambal is a staple at all Indonesian tables.
- Satay. These tasty meat skewers cook up over coals so hot they need fans to waft the smoke away.
- Nasi goreng.
- Nasi uduk.
- Nasi padang.
Is it safe to eat street food in Bali?
Generally yes! The demand for authentic Indonesian food is high, thus many warungs and street vendors sell a high volume and food is usually safe and fresh.
Can you bring cheese Indonesia?
You’ll be fine. There’s no need to mention anything on your customs declaration card, which you will get onboard to fill in and need to hand over after picking up your luggage. What you bring in is all processed food (not fresh) and sealed in its original packaging.
What prescription drugs are banned in Bali?
SLEEPING PILLS AND OTHER MEDICATION As well as sleeping pills, Australian prescription medication including strong painkillers containing codeine and medication for ADHD are among those banned from Bali.
Is there a dress code in Bali?
Dress and act modestly. The same goes with clothing: dress as modestly as possible, especially when visiting temples. When paying a visit to a Balinese temple, both men and women are expected to wear shirts that cover shoulders and part of the upper arms.
What do Indonesians like to drink?
10 Local Drinks All Indonesians Love
- Fresh bajigur.
- Traditional Jamu maker.
- Luwak coffee.
- Warm wedang ronde.
- Young coconut ice on the beach.
What do Indonesian eat for breakfast?
7 Most Popular Indonesian Traditional Breakfast Menu
- Bubur Ayam. Bubur Ayam is one of the most favorite Indonesian breakfast menus.
- Nasi Uduk. Nasi Uduk is a traditional Betawi dish.
- Nasi Pecel. Nasi Pecel is a traditional foods from East Java.
- Nasi Kuning.
- Lontong Sayur.
- Nasi Kucing.
- Katupat Kandangan.
What can’t you take into Indonesia?
Indonesia Prohibited and Restricted Items
- Animal skins.
- Any materials printed or otherwise that are anti-Muslim in nature or that promote communism.
- Checks in all forms (blank stock, travelers cheques, payroll, cashier)
- Coffee and Coffee Samples.
- Communications equipment.
- Compact discs.
- Computer software.
- Cotton seeds.
What is illegal 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 the coldest month in Bali?
The warmest month is April with an average maximum temperature of 34°C (94°F). The coldest month is August with an average maximum temperature of 29°C (85°F). January is the most wet month. This month should be avoided if you are not a big fan of rain.
What can bring to Indonesia?
CUSTOMS REGULATIONS: You may bring a maximum of 200 cigarettes, 50 cigars or 100 grams of tobacco and a reasonable amount of perfume per adult. One litre of alcoholic beverage may be brought in per person 18 years of age or over. Personal goods up to a value of USD 250. – per passenger or USD 1,000.
How many cigarettes can I bring to Indonesia?
Indonesia customs Tobacco products (no limitations for diplomats): 50 cigars or 200 cigarettes or 100 grammes of tobacco; 1 litre of liquor; A reasonable quantity of perfume; Personal goods up to a value of USD 250.
Can you bring dried fish into us?
Surprisingly, there aren’t tight restrictions on fish and seafood, as long as they’re personal quantities. If so, then canned, smoked, dried and frozen are all acceptable, and even fresh fish is allowed.