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How much is it to rent a motor bike in bali

Motorbike rental in Bali ranges in price, from as little as 50,000 IDR ($3.50 USD) per day up to 300,000 IDR ($21 USD). Newer and bigger bikes will have a higher daily rate.

How much does it cost to rent a moped in Bali?

Per Day: 30,000-50,000 Rupiah or $2.50-$4USD. Per Week: 200,000-250,000 Rupiah or $14-18USD. Per Month: 650,000-750,000 Rupiah or $54-62.

Do you need a license to ride a motorbike in Bali?

To ride a motor bike/scooter in Bali legally, you DO need to have an International Permit which has the section for bike riding stamped.

Do you need a motorcycle license to rent a scooter in Bali?

You should also keep in mind that the scooters in Bali require a motorbike license – although, you can usually drive one without having the proper Bali scooter license. This is simply going to influence whether your insurance covers you or not.

How much do motorbikes cost in Bali?

Motorbike rental in Bali ranges in price, from as little as 50,000 IDR ($3.50 USD) per day up to 300,000 IDR ($21 USD). Newer and bigger bikes will have a higher daily rate.

Are scooters in Bali automatic?

Most bikes in Bali are 100-150cc step-through automatic scooters. Either Honda or Suzuki, they have a flip-up seat to store a helmet or small bag/dry gear.

Is it hard to ride a scooter in Bali?

Riding a scooter in Bali is by far the quickest and easiest way of getting around. Bali's roads can get very congested, especially in Kuta, Denpasar and Ubud, but on a scooter you can weave in and out of the traffic and take scenic backroads (or the occasional dirt track) to reach more remote parts.

Is it safe to scooter in Bali?

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Should I ride a scooter in Bali?

Yes, you should definitely rent a scooter in Bali – it's the best way to explore the island and find hidden gems in Bali. You'll also save lots of time as traffic is crazy and if you're driving a scooter, you get to skip the long queues of cars and buses.

Do I need license for Bali?

You have to show your international driving license AND the normal licnse during a traffic stop. One is not enough. You can get a temporary Balinese driving license (tourist driver's license-but ONLY if you hold KITAS/ long term Indonesia visas) from the police station in Denpasar within a day.

Is there Uber in Bali?

Online ride apps – the likes of GOJEK, Grab, and Blue Bird taxi – are available in Bali, while Uber has been defunct in South East Asia after being acquired by Grab in early 2018. So the short answer is, yes you can, but not everywhere in Bali. Ride sharing apps have certain areas they are allowed to operate from.

Is driving in Bali safe?

While Bali is generally a safe place to live, petty theft is still common around tourist areas. The whole Covid situation has made it much worse, and a lot of foreigners reported getting robbed while driving in 2020 (which has unfortunately filtered into 2021 and 2022).

Is Bali right hand drive?

Drive on the left hand side of the road And, if you're used to driving on the right hand side of the road, remember that you'll need to get used to changing a gear stick with your left hand!Sep 10, 2021

Is driving in Bali difficult?

The traffic in Bali is fairly easy-going and lacks intimidation. Still, a helmet is a good safety precaution for any country you plan to motorbike in. Wear it. Whether or not Balinese people wear one, your lack of a helmet can be a reason for the Balinese police to pull you over and fine you.

How do you get around Bali without a scooter?

Our 5 tips how you can explore Bali without a scooter

How much is a private driver in Bali?

You can hire a driver in Bali for as little as $40 a day. If you share that with four of your friends, it's only $10 a day per person.

How do tourist get around in Bali?

The best way to get around Bali is with a hired car and driver. This option gives you the freedom of roaming around the country without the hassle of having to drive yourself. Biking is another option, just be prepared to weave through chaotic traffic.

Should you tip in Bali?

Tipping in Bali is appreciated but it's not required. However many service workers in Bali don't earn very much, so even a small tip really helps. You should never feel that you have to leave a tip, especially if you received bad service and you should feel pressured.

What can I bring back from Bali?

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How much is uber in Bali?

The base price for an UBER trip in Bali was IDR 7,000, with an additional IDR 2,200 per km or IDR 400 per minute. In comparison, the average taxi price also starts at IDR 7,000 but has an additional IDR 6,500-10,000 per km or IDR 4,000 per minute.

Can you drive around Bali in a day?

Bali is big, beautiful, round(ish) and dotted with interesting places to visit — it's ideal for a road trip. You can circumnavigate Bali in as little as a couple of days or as long as a couple of months, by car or by motorbike.

How much is a SIM card in Bali?

Between Rp 20,000 to Rp 30,000

Will my cell phone work in Bali?

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Since it has the GSM modem, it will work with any Bali sim card if it is an unlocked phone.

Can I use WhatsApp in Bali?

When you are traveling out of the country, you can still use WhatsApp account via mobile data or Wi-Fi. If you use a local SIM card while you are traveling, you can still use WhatsApp with your home number.

Is Wi-Fi available in Bali?

WiFi is easily available in hotels and cafes, and typical connection speed for WiFi 512kbps – 2mbps (some providers can offer higher speeds). Mobile connection is also cheap and fast — we got a SIM card with 4 gigs of internet data for 90,000 Rp (US$6). The three main providers in Bali are Telkomsel, XL, and Smartfren.

Can I use my Iphone in Indonesia?

Phones used in Indonesia before 18th April 2020 do not need to complete any processes. Smartphones can still be brought in from abroad. Visitors must follow the registration process and pay the correct fees to the Indonesian Director General of Customs and Excise.

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