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How To Have A Safe Trip To Bali

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Bali is a very popular island in Indonesia. There are several features and cultures of the island which makes it a popular destination for tourists. Some of the features that make Bali popular include the volcanic mountains and forests in the region, the beaches and rice paddies. Bali is also popular due to the religious temples in the area, meditation tips and yoga. Make sure you get the best travel insurance for Bali.

 

How to have a safe trip to Bali

Due to the various attraction sites in Bai, there are many people who are interested in touring the region. Bali is a little different from many other towns and therefore tourists should be equipped with the dos and don’ts to ensure they are safe in Bali. Below are the tips on how to have a safe trip to Bali.

 

Pay attention when you are in the streets. In Bali, there are no traffic rules. It is therefore not uncommon to see motorcycles on crosswalks. When crossing the roads, always assume that the cars and motorcycles have the right of way at all times. This is because most of the cars and motorcycles will rarely stop when you are crossing the road.

 

Resist the urge to rent your own car when you are in Bali. Many tourists often rent cars when touring regions for convenience and comfort. However, in Bali, this is not recommended. Instead of hiring a self-driving car, hire a car with a driver. This is because the drivers in Bali are more familiar with the roads, ensuring that you stay safe as they drive you around.

 

Do not smoke in public. In as much as smoking in public is not a big deal in many countries, it is a serious offence in Bali. A smoke free by law was put into effect in the month of November 2011, banning smoking in public areas. Smoking in public areas may attract a fine of up to $5,500 or imprisonment for 6 months.

 

While at the beach, ensure that you take note of the red flags. These are placed at the dangerous spots of the beaches with very strong tides. Swimming in these areas may lead to drowning. Reading the tsunami information in the hotels is also advisable. This is because Bali is very prone to devastating tsunamis. It is therefore important to know what to do in case they occur.

Conclusion

Bali is an island province of Indonesia that is a famous tourist destination. Some of the tourist attractions in the area include the yoga and meditation tips, the beautiful sandy beaches and the volcanic mountains and forests. However, there are several safety tips that tourists are required to follow when they are visiting Bali. Hiring a car with a driver and not smoking in public are some of the important things to consider to ensure your safety in Bali.

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