Don’t Buy Drugs. Indonesian Drug Laws are extremely strict.
Don’t Do Tattoo Art With Dangerous Chemicals
Don’t Drink Tap Water as it does not taste good and lead to stomach problems.
Don’t Forget Your Insurance While Doing Dangerous Sports
Don’t Deal with Commissioned Money Changers
Don’t Swim Beyond the Red Flags
Don’t Bargain For the Fun of It
Don’t Tip At Places Where Service Tax is Already Added .
DON’T: USE YOUR LEFT HAND WHEN GIVING/RECEIVING. It is considered impolite.
DON’T: TOUCH PEOPLE’S HEADS as it considered the most sacred part of the human body.
Don’t touch or point someone with you feet. It is considered very offensive.
DO pay very close attention when exchanging money as Money changers on Bali are notorious for sleight of hand tactics to leave you with less Rupiah then you’re supposed to get
DO head straight to Ubud which is considered as the cultural heart of Bali, and it makes a good place to start off your trip
DO treat yourself to a spa package
DO expect to be surrounded by smokers
DO bargain hard for souvenirs
DO rent a motorbike to get around. Renting a motorbike can be a great way to get around on Bali, especially in the southern area if you want to drive around to see different beaches
DO visit Kuta beach for sunset
DO try the snake fruit. The Salak, otherwise known as “snake fruit”, that grows in Indonesia is a tasty treat, and it’s much easier to peel than the related fruit that grows in Thailand. Pick up a kilogram—you won’t be disappointed.
Do enjoy an ice cold Bintang- Bali’s number one bear which comes in large bottles.
Do wear a long clothing or sarong when entering a temple as Balinese are very spiritual.