BOUTIQUE HOTEL BALI
BALINESE & RELIGION
The Balinese are one of over 300 ethnic groups in Indonesia. The majority of the population adheres to Agama Tirtha, which translates to religion of the holy water. This unique Hinduism is formed as a combination of existing local beliefs and Hindu influences from mainland Southeast Asia and South Asia.
The most widely spoken languages in Bali are Bahasa Indonesia (official national language of Indonesia) and Bahasa Bali, the local dialect. English is widely used around the island.
The weather in Bali is generally hot and humid throughout the year. Temperature ranges from 24 - 32 degrees Celsius (75 - 89 degree Fahrenheit). Bali has two distinct seasons. Rainy season occurs generally around November through April. Precipitation falls mainly during the late afternoon and early evening hours. Dry season generally occurs around May through October.
Cotton or lightweight clothing is suitable for daywear. Light cotton, viscose or silk clothes are most comfortable to wear in this warm climate (linen is usually too heavy). It is preferred to avoid immodest clothing when visiting temples.
The local currency is Indonesian rupiah (Rp). As currency often fluctuates, we recommend that you check the rate prior to your departure to Bali. Currency exchange service is available at the villa’s Front Desk. You could also change your money or traveler’s checks at banks and local money changers. ATMs are available in major tourist areas. Generally, credit cards and traveler's checks can be utilized at major hotels and restaurants, however, please be advised that there are few tourist areas that only accept foreign bank notes.
You may only bring in to Indonesia a maximum of 200 cigarettes or 50 cigars or 100g of sliced
Country Code: 62
City Code: 361
International Calls: Dial 001 before the country code
Local Directory Assistance: 108
220 - 240 AC/DC voltage
New Year’s Day
Chinese New Year’s Day
The Prophet Birthday
Ascension Day of Christ
Lailat Al Mi’raj
Eid Al Fitri
Eid Al Adha
Islamic New Year
EMERGENCY PHONE NUMBERS
Denpasar Search and Rescue Office:115 or 751 111
Bali Tourist Authority:
TYPICAL BUSINESS HOURS
Most restaurants and hotels include a service charge in the bill. If service charges are not included in your bills, tipping is most welcomed.
Ngurah Rai International Airport Journey Time to Resort: 1½ hr drive
HOW TO MAKE A RESERVATION
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CHECK IN 12:00PM
Early check in available upon request and availability.
CHECK OUT TIME 10:00-11:00AM
Late check outs available upon request and availability.
Late check outs without prior arrangement will incur an additional fee.
AIRPORT PICK UP AND DROP OFF SERVICE
A choice of pick-up and drop-off by standard cars are available. Please let us know if you require more about airport pick-up and drop-off services.
In-hotel breakfast is complimentary.