Most of the population speak Indonesian but the most widely spoken language is Balinese.
1 IDR is approximately 10 cent, meaning $10 = nearly 10,000 rupiah.
Indonesian Central Time Zone
Get the local Bintang beer for as little as $2 or pay a little bit more for sundowners in bars with oceanviews in Seminyak or Jimbaran Bay.
Gorge on Nasi Gorgeng and other local delicacies for less than $3, and expect to pay well under $15 for a sit-down mean in a more Western restaurant.
Taxis in Bali are cheap and cost around $1.50 per mile. You can even hire a driver for a private tour of the island for around $60 a day, or a moped for $10.
Local busses in Bali are never more than a few dollars, whereas boats to neighbouring islands cost up to $30 depending on how fast and fancy you want to travel!
Dorm rooms in hostels are becoming more and more common these days, as backpackers flock to the island. They'll set you back between $10 and $16 a night. You can treat yourself to a private room in a gorgeus family guesthouse or homestay from around $25 per night.
Treak yo'self! Stay in a 3* or 4* hotel for around $50-70 per night.