Am going for 2 weeks in November and not too sure what vaccinations I will need. I've booked an appointment with a travel clinic but am worried they may give me vaccinations I won't necessarily need just for the money. I live in the UK.
Bali is quite built up and touristy and not really quite 3rd world. Generally I would opined (and this is my personal opinions), vaccinations are not really necessary. But I'm sure other VTers may come along and offer their advices.
Hello Amy , I aggreed with Xuessium that Bali is quite built up & touristy.We just came back from Bali but as a precaution we took the flu jab and we suggest you do same.
They don't charge in the UK for vaccinations if you go see your GP.
You won't need any vaccinations to enter Bali from the UK, you only need them if you are entering Bali from a country with Yellow fever etc.
follow the link to the pages on the specialist travel company based in England,
If you still have any concerns send them an e-mail, they are very helpful in giving advise.
If you go to your GP in the UK, they will advise you, they do not charge for vaccinations if yu don't need one.
Alternitecely you could visit the following web site link
They are specialst travel company based in England to Bali, and the pages give information about health care.
If you still have worries, e-mail them they are very helpfull fr advice for travelling to Bali from the UK.
Basically you don't need vaccinations to enter Bali unless you are coming from another country with Yellow Fever.
If you are planning to go to another island in Indonesia it might be wise to take the Malaria vaccination.
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