Bali dos & don’ts

hellobali Guide to Bali - - BEFORE YOU READ -

Dif­fer­ent re­gions have dif­fer­ent cus­tom and tra­di­tion, and as a trav­eller, know­ing what’s al­lowed and not on each des­ti­na­tion is

part of the gig.

1. Good morn­ing 2. Good af­ter­noon 3. Good evening/night 4. How are you? 5. Good 6. Bad 7. My name is ______ 8. Can you help me? 9. I don’t speak In­done­sian very well 10. Do you speak English? 11. Speak slowly, please 12. Re­peat, please 13. What time is it? 14. Thank you 15. You’re wel­come 16. I’m sorry 17. Ex­cuse me 18. Be care­ful Se­la­mat pagi Se­la­mat siang Se­la­mat malam Apa kabar? Baik Bu­ruk Nama saya ______ Bisakah Anda mem­bantu saya? Ba­hasa In­done­sia saya ku­rang ba­gus Apakah Anda bisa berba­hasa Ing­gris? Mo­hon bicara pelan-pelan Mo­hon di­u­lang Jam be­rapa sekarang? Ter­i­makasih Sama-sama Mo­hon maaf Per­misi Hati-hati

1. Where can I pur­chase a SIM card? 2. How do I ac­ti­vate the data plan? 3. Where can I get a taxi around here? 4. Can you take me to ____? 5. Where can I rent a car? 6. Where can I rent a motorcycle? 7. Where is the near­est ho­tel? 8. I’d like to check-in 9. Do you have a room avail­able? 10. Is there a re­stroom around here? 11. Where is the near­est restau­rant? 12. Is there any veg­e­tar­ian restau­rant? 13. Is it near? 14. How far is it? 15. Cer­e­mony 16. Tem­ple 17. Re­li­gious of­fer­ings

Di­mana saya bisa mem­beli SIM card? Ba­gaimana saya men­gak­tifkan paket data/in­ter­net? Di mana saya bisa men­da­p­atkan taksi di sek­i­tar sini? Bisakah Anda men­gan­tar saya ke ____? Di­mana saya bisa menyewa mo­bil? Di­mana saya bisa menyewa sepeda mo­tor? Di­mana ho­tel ter­dekat? Saya mau check-in Apakah ada ka­mar yang masih kosong? Apakah ada toi­let di sek­i­tar sini? Di­mana restoran ter­dekat? Apakah ada restoran veg­e­tar­ian disini? Apakah jaraknya dekat? Se­jauh apa dari sini? Upacara Pura Se­sajen

Though most peo­ple in Bali speak English, it’s al­ways bet­ter to know some of the lo­cal phrases used daily. It will cer­tainly help you min­gle bet­ter with the lo­cals and pos­si­bly get “spe­cial dis­counts” at the mar­kets.

1. I want to eat 2. I’m hun­gry 3. I’m full 4. De­li­cious 5. Can I see the menu? 6. Can you take my or­der? 7. Which one would you rec­om­mend? 8. What’s the house spe­cialty? 9. Check, please 10. Vegetables 11. Fruit 12. Meat 13. Beef 14. Chicken 15. Pork 16. Can I or­der some drinks? 17. Do you have any al­co­holic drinks? 18. Wa­ter 19. Cof­fee 20. Tea 21. Milk 22. Beer 23. Cold 24. Hot

Saya in­gin makan Saya la­par Saya kenyang Enak Bisa li­hat me­nunya? Bisa pe­san makanan? Menu apa yang Anda sarankan? Apa menu an­dalan restoran ini? Minta bon Sayu­ran Buah Dag­ing Dag­ing sapi Ayam Dag­ing babi Bisa pe­san minu­man? Apakah Anda menye­di­akan minu­man be­ralko­hol? Air pu­tih Kopi Teh Susu Bir Din­gin Panas

1. Tra­di­tional mar­ket 2. What is this? 3. Can I try this one? 4. I want to buy this 5. I’m in­ter­ested 6. I’m not in­ter­ested 7. No, thank you 8. How much does it cost? 9. Do you take credit cards? 10. It’s too ex­pen­sive 11. It’s quite cheap 12. Lower the price please 13. Do you have it in another color? 14. Can you de­liver this to my coun­try? 15. How much is the de­liv­ery cost?

Pasar tra­di­sional Apa ini? Boleh coba yang ini? Saya in­gin mem­beli ini Saya ter­tarik Saya tidak ter­tarik Tidak, ter­i­makasih Be­rapa har­ganya? Bisa ba­yar den­gan kartu kredit? Ter­lalu ma­hal Cukup mu­rah Mo­hon tu­runkan har­ganya Apakah terse­dia dalam warna yang berbeda? Bisakah Anda men­gir­imkan barang ini kene­gara saya? Be­rapa ongkos kir­im­nya?

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