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Save the Helmet

Often travelers lose their helmet when renting a motorbike in Bali, even frequent helmet switch in the parking area.

How to put the Helmet

Here we inform you how to put the helmet to keep it safe from thieves

Open motorcycle seat and see there are 2 places for drape helmet under the seat

How to put the Helmet

Look at the helmet there is an iron ring to be hung on the spot

How to put the Helmet

You can hang 2 of the helmets on left and right side, or if there is a trunk under the seat spacious enough for a helmet and you can put one in the trunk.

How to put the Helmet

After it closed back seat and now you have a safer helmet.

How to put the Helmet

How to put the Helmet

Do not forget to lock the steer and take the key.
Good luck and have a nice trip....

Before Riding Motorbike Tips

 Here some tips before you ride the motorbike in Bali

1. Warming up

    Due to the importance of maintaining balance when riding a motorbike, then make sure your body and mentally in good health and ready to ride.

2. Riding Gear

a. Helm

    Get used to always use a protective helmet when riding a motorbike, because the head is the most important part of the human body. helmet Straps should be installed and tightened properly to prevent the helmet off when it fell.

b. Shoes

    Use a shoe, is not recommended to use sandals or go barefoot when riding a motorbike, because when the rider must stop relying on their feet to maintain balance so it tends to lose its stability that allows the injured.

c. Clothing

    Use a long-sleeved jacket and trousers that fits comfortably in your body while riding a motorbike rider (used clothing that was designed for safety and riding comfort.

3. Checks Motorbike

a. Brakes

    Check the front and rear brakes are functioning normally, especially since the front brake is more effective in braking. Equipment used to control speed and stop the bike path is just the brakes.

b. Tire

    Check the tire pressure according to standard grooves and check tire wear. The tires are worn out and the wind pressure that does not comply will lead to longer stopping distances and control becomes unstable when cornering appropriate wind pressure produces an economical fuel consumption.

c. Lights

    Make sure the turn signal lights, brake lights and headlights to function properly. Turn signal lights and brake lights are used as a signal to other road users to know your purpose, because motorbike share the road with a public road users such as motorists, cyclists and pedestrians.

d. Glass rear-view

     Adjust the position of the rear view mirror to the right to obtain a broader view. It is important to look at the rear view mirror and immediately check the conditions around the rider.

4. Riding Posture

    To keep your balance while riding a motorbike, note the "Seven Point Main" your driving posture as follows:

a. Eye

    Looking to the future (in the direction to target) in order to become more widespread visibility.

b. Shoulders


c. Elbow

    Hands slightly bent with ease.

d. Hand

    Holding the hands of the central part of the gas where you can easily handle to operate the brake or clutch, and switches.

e. Hip

    Sit in a position where you can easily operate the handlebar steering and brakes.

f. Knee

    In light hit the fuel tank (sport type).

g. Legs

    Place the center of the soles of your feet on the back foot, toes facing forward, your toes lightly on the brake pedal and the pedal gear.

check part of Motorbike
check part of Motorbike

While Riding Motorbike Tips

Here some tips while you ride the motorbike in Bali

1. Braking

        It's important to use the front and rear brakes simultaneously.

        The front brake should be operated slightly stronger than the rear brake, because the front brake is more effective than rear brakes.

2. Riding on the left lane

        Always use the left lane and be careful with the sudden appearance of a vehicle coming from the opposite direction.

        Do not ride along the right side of the road even though no other vehicles from the opposite direction. (Riding on the right path will lead to collisions that could result in serious injury or death).

3. Switching Path

        When you want to change lanes, it is important to signal the direction you are headed for other motorists by turning on the turn signal 3 seconds before.

        Motorists should pay attention to the rear-view mirror, especially checking behind the vehicle before switching lanes.

4. Past the junction

        When turning left or right were in-between is very important for the turn signal light 30 feet before approaching the intersection to provide direction signs that you want to go to other road users.

        Before you change lanes, make sure the security conditions and the traffic situation around you (do not just look in the mirror, because mirrors have a limited view)

5. Obstacles in the Way

        Stone, gravel, soil or mud and sand to make the road surface very slippery and can cause the motorbike skidded and crashed. To avoid this, reduce the speed before (on a good road surface), avoid turning too broken and too hard when braking through the road conditions like this.

        Beware always to see the road surface in front of you, because there are various forms of holes in the road surface and the difference in height at the shoulder.

6. Riding With One Hand

        You are not allowed on a motorbike with one hand (eg, holding an umbrella to avoid the rain or sun), because you can easily lose your balance.

7. The influence of drink or drugs on riding

        Mental and condition of the body is not healthy because of the influence of alcohol (eg alcohol) and drugs (eg, that cause drowsiness or drugs), can reduce the concentration and reflexes when riding and very dangerous for the safety of themselves and other people.

8. Riding At Night

        Light of the headlamps in particular lamp has limited exposure in the evening, therefore, increase vigilance when riding at night.

9. Obey signs, traffic signs

        Traffic signs designed to give guidance for the safety of road users and do not forget to always carry a driver's license and vehicle registration drive for your convenience.

Be careful with animals that appear suddenly crossing the road

Chicken Crossing Road
chicken crossing road

Riding a motorcycle in Bali

Riding a motorcycle in a foreign country can at first be quite a frightening act for even the most experienced riders. Even though driving styles of Balinese riders may vary, the rules of the road are exactly the same as in other developed nations. 

With a little bit of focus and patience, riding a motorcycle in Bali will give you independence to travel, become entirely manageable and an enjoyable experience on riding a motorcycle in Bali.

Driving license
Having the international driving license already in hand will make things easier for you once on the road. It is possible to have one issued here, however the process can be difficult. If you don’t have international driving license be prepared to pay a fine when police stop you.

Traffic in Bali can be slow moving and unpredictable, but being patient and taking in the beautiful scenery can become an enjoyable experience. Ceremonies and processions can slow your travels, but do not honk or attempt to overtake – it is a part of Balinese life and can be a wonderful way to experience true Balinese culture.

Car will be sharing the roads and they are known to weave in and out through traffic. Be aware of your blind spots. Proceed with caution through intersections and when making turns. Use your indicators and your horn to keep things smooth.

Road conditions in some areas of Bali can be less then perfect. Riding a motorcycle at a reduced speed and being on the look out for potholes, road construction and other obstacles are advised. There are very few pedestrian crossings, so be on the look out for people crossing the streets. Also, dogs, cows and other animals can wander into the roadways so keep aware.

Parking in Bali is surprisingly simple – street parking is acceptable almost everywhere. There will be signs indicating where it is not okay to park so follow these rules and look out for public parking areas or parking attendants to assist you. Many restaurants, hotels and other recreational areas have valet services for a low cost. Parking in a public lot should cost you around 1,000 Rupiah

Maps are easy to buy and if you need additional directional assistance, do no hesitate to ask a local for help – the Balinese people are notorious for their hospitality. Make note of which direction you are headed in, as most will answer you with a north or south rather then a left or a right.

The most common trouble you can get into is being stopped by the police. Things operate differently here, and when the police stop you, the best thing you can do is be polite and stay calm. Arguing will most likely get you nowhere. A fine normally around 50.000 - 100.000 rupiah (around $5-$10) is the typical amount that will get you out of most common problems. Bargaining the price down is expected

Common Sense
Remember that things are less structured here and try to apply your own driving knowledge and "common sense" to each and every scenario. There are signs and traffic lights to guide things, so keep alert and focused while riding a motorcycle in Bali

Riding a motorcycle in Bali
Riding a motorcycle in Bali

You go Shopping and We do Shipping

For tourists who are often to Bali definitely has a lot of experience about shopping and selecting items to be brought home. Often you will be tempted by the low price in the store or in the art market that you visit and you might get confused after buying "how do you send it or take it home?".

Here are some things you need to know how to shop and send the goods during a vacation in Bali.

Before you buy you need to measure the weight of the goods and always check the item, then you will have the idea of how the stuff you can get at home.

If you do not want to spend extra money after buying the goods you can bring it "hand carried" you can put in the suitcase. Surely goods that can fit in luggage are the small size such as a cloth or sarong or shirt. Make sure that you check in advance what the maximum weight of luggage that you can carry on airplane, perhaps an average of 20 kg to 30 kg according to the class of ticket you buy.

When the weight of the items you carry in flight exceeds the maximum size you can send to the Post Office, DHL, FedEx or Cargo. You can choose the service delivery provided by sea or by air, service is using 2 sizes, weight and volume. Items will be weighed and measured before you are charged, usually weight will be added (include) the packing material.
They will charge based on the heavier size (weight or volume).

How to know the volume of the box size for the shipping?

Width X Length X Height : 5.000 = ..... Kilogram
50 cm X 45 cm X 35 cm : 5.000 = 15.75 Kilograms

Bali Shipping

Delivery of goods in large sizes such as furniture, sculpture or craft items in large quantities you can use the cargo service, usually many art shops or stores that you visit already provided a list of shipping prices. Before you agree to the price you have to ensure what that service includes? Does the price delivery to home? Mostly in Bali use Port to Port Service.

Shipping Port to Port is the delivery of goods from port of origin to the port of destination, minimum charge is 1 cubic meter, some time minimum 2 cubic meter depend on the destination, shipping method is called FOB (Free on Board). Once the goods arrive at the port of destination the importer (buyer) must pay a fee charged by the customs agent in the country or destination (import charges, tax, customs, handling fees, etc.) and the importer (buyer) have to collect the goods to the port or warehouse agent in the country of destination.

Tourist (buyer) that lack understanding of how this delivery is often complained, from this problem are advised any traveler who wants to send goods to their country or to other country, travelers should be aware import regulations in that country, because each countries have different regulations for the import and export issues.

Here some information location of the Shipping company in Ubud, Bali

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