Cash Exchange

You can easily exchange Euros, U.S. dollars, Australian dollars, as well as major Asian currencies in Bali. Large bills are usually exchanged for a better rate. If you change the dollars it is best to make sure to bring a $ 100 banknote, issued not earlier then 2001, otherwise you may have problems with the exchange of certain series cause the large number of fakes. Generally the exchange rate in banks is lower than in the street exchangers, but you should be careful while changing money since sometimes money changers can try to take a commission or shortchange you. Be careful to immediately recalculate the amount received and in case just take back your money (after recounting) and go to the other money exchanger.

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