Explore the Lembongan Island to complete your holiday in Bali
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Useful Information in Lembongan
There are some information which is helpful for those who would like to visit Lembongan Island and Ceningan Island :
hostels, bungalows, guests house, hotel, private and luxury villas are available there.
- No ATM available on the island, limited credit card and money changing facilities available. Small
hotels may not able to accept the payment with credit card yet.
- It is advisable that you bring enough cash either Rupiah, USD or AUD to the island, depend on how
long you will be staying there and what you will do.
- An emergency doctor is available on request in Jungut Batu or Lembongan village. The charge is
about 300,000 rupiah for a consultation. During the day, small nurse’s clinic in Jungut Batu also
available to visit.
- Internet or WiFi access are available at most hotels. If you have to use the internet connection during
your stay, please book the hotels which provide this services or go to the internet cafe.
- Mobile phones and networks are working normallly for some phone providers. The prepaid local SIM
card can easily found on the island. The SIM card may be not working normally for mobile phone from
- People on the island mostly speak Balinese as their mother language and Indonesian the National
language. Knowing few words or sentences will be helpful to communicate with them. They will be
happy to assist you for : Direction where to go, places to get something, etc.
- Below are some most applicable words you may need to remember :
- Thank you = Terima kasih (Indonesian) or Suksma (Balinese)
- Excuse me, .. = Permisi,.. (Indonesian) or Nawegang,... (Balinese)
- Good morning = Selamat pagi (Indonesian)- The type of electricity is 220 volts, 50 cycles and a round, two-pronged slim plug. We suggest taking
an adaptor for your appliance.
- Manners are very important for Balinese or Indonesian.
Improper manners may cause you get ignorance or bad treatments from the locals.
Below are some tips in respecting the local customs and etiquette :
- Always use your right hand with the locals when pointing or asking something.
- Never just walk around in just shorts or bikinis when there’s ceremony in The Temple or