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Bali Atm

Bali Atm

Are ATMs safe in Bali?

This means you are completely safe using the ATMs at Bali airport to withdraw local currency (the Indonesian Rupiah). If the bank branches are open you can use them with complete safety to change your local currency to the Indonesian Rupiah.[1]

Should I take cash to Bali?

Definitely bring cash with you. It’s best to bring large-denomination banknotes for exchanging into Indonesian Rupiah at one of the many money changers found all over Bali, but mainly in the tourist destinations of Kuta, Legian, Seminyak, Canggu, Ubud, Sanur and Nusa Dua.[2]

How much cash can I take to Bali?

The undeclared limit for taking cash into Bali is 100, 000,0000rp or the equvilant of in any currency. If you work on the same as Austalia ($10,000) you will fine.[3]

What banks are in Bali?

Bank Rakyat Indonesia. Central Bank Asia. Bank Negara Indonesia. Bank CIMB Niaga.[4]

Is it better to use cash or card in Bali?

Cash is in many cases the only acceptable way of payment. Particularly in remote areas a credit card will be of little use to you. Visa and MasterCard are the most accepted credit cards in Bali.[5]

What currency is best to take to Bali?

It’s best to take Indonesian Rupiah to Bali. If you can’t buy some before your trip, the next best options are Australian Dollars (AUD), US Dollars (USD) or Euros (EUR). You can easily change these 3 currencies almost anywhere on the island.[6]

Can I tip in USD in Bali?

Make sure any US notes you bring to Bali are clean, no writing or tears in them. Might be hard, not impossible, to change anything lower than 2006 in year. Don’t use $1 for tips. Anything lower than $10 is not desirable.[7]

Can I use my phone in Bali?

Phone credit and data in Bali is very inexpensive when using a local SIM card. You need to make sure your phone is “unlocked” from your service provider before you travel. Pre Buy an International SIM before you leave so you have affordable data & calls from the moment you land![8]

How much money do I need for 10 days in Bali?

Your personal spending on the trip will include your food, drinks, shopping, entertainment and any activities outside of those included in your FnEZ adventure. For the entirety of our 10 Day Indonesia Trip — “Bali & the Gili Islands”, we would recommend a budget of $400 – $1100.[9]

How much money do I need for 2 weeks in Bali?

We recommend budgeting $630 for a week in Bali. This will cover you for private transport, a few restaurant meals and a tour or two to your favourite attractions.[10]

Is it better to exchange money in Bali?

Changing Money You will always get a better exchange rate if you wait to change your money once you land in Bali. If you are nervous about arriving with no currency you can always exchange a little amount of money before you leave for Bali (in Australia we recommend doing this at Australia Post as they have no fees).[11]

Is there an ATM in Bali airport?

5. Re: ATM machine at Bali airport? Yes, there is an area with I think 4 or 5 Atms just after you have landed and before you go through passport control which we used recently and had no issues.[12]