Moving to Bali
Specialist international movers to Bali
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Our Bali relocation services
Imagine moving to Bali with removalists handling everything. Sounds wonderful, doesn’t it? This is what we do! WridgWays are professional and experienced removalists. Our goal is to make your move easier, so we provide services that cover every step of your move, including packing, cleaning, and arranging insurance.
With our team of experts and specialists in relocation, you don’t have to make an effort to deal with lots of things. WridgWays is glad and happy to assist you with all your relocation needs.
With over 125 years of moving experience, you can trust our team of specialists to organise your move to Bali from packing up, right through to settling in.
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We have an extensive network of branches right across the globe, so no matter where you’re moving to in Bali, we can assist with all of your relocation needs.
Our relocation specialists can provide you with a complete suite of services from visa and immigration assistance, home and school finding, to medical system overviews and spousal support services.
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We offer some of the lowest rates for moving insurance in Australia. Your possessions can be covered during transit to Bali and when in storage.
125+ Years’ Experience
We’ve been helping Australians move house for over 125 years, and we continue to collaborate with the best relocation service providers in the world.
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Reasons to move to Bali
Being a popular holiday destination, Bali enjoys hot and sunny weather. In summer, Bali is hot but not too humid, and almost every day is a sunny day. In winters, it’s still hot but humid. The average year-round temperate is around 30°C. The monsoon is between October and April, especially from December to March, so don’t be shocked when it rains significantly.
Balinese food contains spices blended with fresh vegetables, meat, and fish. Standard Balinese food include Nasi Goreng, Mie Goreng, and Chicken Satay. If you are sick of rice or noodles, you can find great seafood and cuisines from other countries.
Bali is known as lots of festivals year round. Bali Arts Festival is held in June and July. There is an opening parade, traditional dance and drama, and diverse exhibits and performances. Nyepi Eve, the Hindu New Year, is a day of silence and seclusion that people have to stay at home. Other festivals like Nusa Dua Fiesta and Perang Pandan are unique and worth experiencing.
Cost of living
The cost of living in Bali depends on your lifestyle, but it’s overall cheaper when it comes to other big cities in the world. Monthly cost of living in Bali per person ranges from AU$860 to $2,300. Take Sydney for example. Food in Bali can be over 50% cheaper than in Sydney, except dairy products. Transportation is even 80-90% cheaper than in Sydney, not to mention housing and clothing. Living in Bali is easy.
Bali moving facts
- People usually drive cars or motorbikes since the public transport isn’t very convenient
- Bali has two calendar systems: the saka calendar and the pawukon calendar
- Hindu is the most common religion, accounting for more than 80%
- People speak Indonesian and Balinese, and English and Chinese are the primary foreign languages
- Tourism is the largest industry in Bali
- There are about 1200 spas in Bali
- Bali is one of the places that produces the world’s most expensive coffee, Kopi Luwak or civet coffee