For a unique and tropical getaway, Bali is where you need to go. Relieve your stress and negative vibes when you holiday in fascinating Bali! Here’s some information to get you started.
When to visit
Bali has 2 main seasons, one being the dry season (April to September) and the wet season (October to March). During the wet season, it rains for a few hours every day and tends to get very humid, however, everything looks extremely green afterward. July and August are considered the peak of the dry season, so the island gets extremely crowded. If you’re to book a stay at Chapung Sebali or any other hotel base, do so during the months of May, June or September.
The currency that is used in Bali is Indonesian Rupees (IDR) and it’s important that you always have some cash on you as not a lot of places accept credit cards. However, there are plenty of ATMs to be found in the streets and 24-hour supermarkets.
The main language in Bali is Indonesian, however, a lot of the people in tourist areas can speak English. The locals are extremely welcoming and helpful, so it’s easy to communicate with them.
Things to do
There are plenty of things to do in Ubud, Bali and you’ll never get bored. You can sightsee, relax, appreciate nature or take part in other activities during your time there!