- 1 Can I take my prescription medication to Bali?
- 2 What prescription drugs are banned in Bali?
- 3 What Cannot bring into Bali?
- 4 What is illegal in Bali?
- 5 Can you brush your teeth with tap water in Bali?
- 6 How can I get laid in Bali?
- 7 Can you hold hands in Bali?
- 8 Is Bali or Fiji better?
- 9 How do you dress in Bali?
- 10 Is it expensive to eat in Bali?
- 11 Can I go to Bali with my boyfriend?
- 12 What are the do’s and don’ts in Bali?
- 13 Can unmarried couples go to Bali?
- 14 When should I avoid Bali?
Can I take my prescription medication to Bali?
Medications in Bali and Indonesia Tip: No matter where you travel, you should carry all medications (even vitamins) in their original packaging, along with their original prescription.
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.
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 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.
Can you brush your teeth with tap water in Bali?
Bali Belly is very common. Be cautious and use hand sanitiser frequently, never use tap water to brush your teeth and be careful not to get water in your mouth when showering, swimming etc.
How can I get laid in Bali?
Take them to the beach, a day club, or a nightclub after dark and then invite them back to your hotel room. Indonesian Cupid works great in this city because there are always new girls popping up who are also only going to be in town for a few days and looking to have some fun and possibly get laid while they are here.
Can you hold hands in Bali?
Compared to other Indonesian regions, Bali is relatively loose in terms of social constrictions on public displays of affection. While even holding hands is frowned upon in other towns, Balinese are used to seeing tourists hug or even kiss lightly in public.
Is Bali or Fiji better?
Winner: Bali offers more consistent and generally better prices for accommodation across the island while Fiji may be cheap in some areas, but accommodation can be quite costly in others.
How do you dress in Bali?
When visiting temples and other religious sites, use common sense, and follow local etiquette. Wear a shirt that covers your arms and shoulders. Men and women should also wear a kain, or sarong – a scarf that is wrapped around your waist, like a skirt.
Is it expensive to eat in Bali?
Food in Bali can be very cheap if you know where to eat. Local food is very inexpensive, and a meal from a warung (Bali street food spots) will typically cost you no more than a dollar or two. If you’re craving Western food you can expect to pay more, with prices at Western restaurants usually starting at around $5.
Can I go to Bali with my boyfriend?
Dear tourists: No, you won’t be jailed for having sex with your unmarried partner in Bali. Secondly, there is no premarital sex ban in Bali, or anywhere else in Indonesia for that matter (except, of course, in sharia law-enforcing Aceh).
What are the do’s and don’ts in Bali?
Dos And Don’ts When Visiting Bali
- DO: Cover Up In The Temples.
- DON’T: Use Your Left Hand When Giving/Receiving.
- DO: Leave Your Shoes Outside.
- DON’T: Touch People’s Heads.
- DO: Be Careful Where You Step.
- DON’T: Drink Tap Water.
- DO: Haggle – But Not Too Hard.
Can unmarried couples go to Bali?
Is it safe for an unmarried couple to visit the island? The answer is yes. As foreigners, there should never be anything to worry about when visiting Bali. The only thing you have to remember is to respect their norms at all times.
When should I avoid Bali?
Most crowded months in Bali: March – August & December. Least crowded months in Bali: September – November & January – February.