The scenic Indonesian island of Bali attracts thousands of visitors to its shores every year. In fact it is fast this island nation of varied landscape, stunning beaches, vibrant culture and warm, hospitable people. A visit to Bali is not just about relaxation and rejuvenation – it is an enlightening experience that is bound to have a deep impact upon your life. This said, some practical information about the Bali can help you plan your trip better. Listed here are some tips that can come in use if you are planning a trip to the island.Here are some tips for your consideration.Entering BaliTo enter Bali, make sure that your visa is valid for the next six months. You also need to show a return ticket. Visas, both tourist and business, can be obtained from the Indonesian embassy in your country. Citizens from some Asian countries like Thailand, Singapore, Malaysia, Brunei, Vietnam, Philippines, Cambodia, and Laos don’t require a visa; however, valid travel documents need to be in place. For some countries, visitors are issued visa on arrival. For more information, you can check with your airlines or travel agent.MoneyThe local currency is rupiah. Facilities for money exchange are available throughout the island, and more specifically in tourist-friendly areas. This said, money is best exchanged at a reputable authorized money changers and major banks. Major hotels, resorts and private Bali villas and shops accept Traveler’s checks. However, passport number would be required and so do not forget to carry a photocopy of your passport. Also keep in mind, while changing large amounts of money it is advisable to check notes carefully as fake bills are in circulation. Credit cards are widely accepted though an extra 3% is added onto your bill.InsuranceWhile traveling to Bali make sure you have personal insurance or travel insurance to cover accidents. If you rent a car, then remember to remove all your belongings since thefts are a common occurrence. Also it is advisable to keep all important documents in the safe of your accommodation.ClothesWeather in Bali ranges from warm to hot throughout the year so pack light cotton clothes. Also, Bali is a land of temples and ancient monuments and to visit them you need to be conservatively dressed. While visiting temples or religious ceremonies, do not walk in front of people praying.AccommodationThere are several tourist resorts in Bali all of which offer a range of accommodation types from beachfront luxury Bali villas to resorts and hotels. Bali is a popular tourist destination and attracts visitors the year round so it is advisable to book accommodation well in advance.