Ngurah Rai International Airport is listed as “Denpasar” (DPS), which is the name of the Island capital. 
Distance to iVilla : 12 km
Journey time: 30 minutes (**in normal traffic)

People and Religion
The Balinese have strong spiritual roots. The main religion is “Agama Hindu Dharma”, also known as Agama Tirtha, which means the faith in holy water. 

Bahasa Indonesia (the national language of Indonesia) and Bahasa Bali (the local language) are Bali’s most widely spoken languages. However, English is extensively used all over the island

Dress Code
Please wear a sarong and sash when visiting temples or attending ceremonies. Bali is a tropical Island, and cotton or lightweight clothing is the most comfortable. 

Time Zone

Bali is a tropical Island and has two different seasons. Rainy (wet seasons) generally occur around November through April (mainly late in the afternoon and early in the evening). The dry season commonly occurs around May through October. The average temperature is 24 – 30 degrees Celsius (75 – 89 degrees Fahrenheit) 

Passport & VISA
The passport must be valid for at least six months from arrival. The Indonesian Government grants VOA (visa on arrival) for 78 countries and Free Visas for 9 ASEAN Countries. 

You can purchase your VOA at the airport, and it costs IDR.500,000 per person, valid for 30 days. Visitors from certain countries require a tourist visa in advance and must apply for a permit before arriving in Indonesia. Please get in touch with the Indonesian embassy or consulate for further details. 

Narcotics are strictly prohibited. You may only bring two liters of alcohol and 200 cigarettes or 50 cigars to Indonesia.

The local currency is Rp (Indonesian Rupiah). We recommend you check the exchange rate before departure to Bali, as the currency often fluctuates. You could change your money at the local money changer or bank. ATMs are available in major tourist areas. Most hotels, restaurants, boutiques, and other venues accept credit cards. Please also be advised some tourist venues only accept cash. 

Typical Business Hours
Banks: Most banks operate from 9 am to 3 pm
Offices: 9 am to 5 pm
Supermarkets/shopping areas: 10 am to 10 pm

Most restaurants and hotels include a service charge on the bill. Therefore, tipping is not expected but welcomed.

Bali is a tropical Island. Therefore, most hotels in Bali, including iVilla, use various methods to prevent guests’ discomfort with mosquitoes. This prevention includes bi-weekly fogging of the garden area and insect coils used in the dining area, bathroom, and terrace. Also, electric mosquito repellant and aerosol repellants are available in rooms. Our methods generally keep mosquito presence at an acceptable level. 

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