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  • Build up valuable contacts with like-minded Bali expats
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Selamat siang and welcome to the Bali Expat Forums!

The InterNations Bali expats forum welcomes you! By becoming a member of our InterNations community in Bali, you will easily have access to all the information that you require when relocating. From residence permit requirements or immigration documents at the Indonesian consulate, the best transportation options to Medan or Semerang or tips about taking a trip to the steep mountains and extensive cave systems of Kalimantan – who can better help you than your fellow expatriates? By making full use of the expat forums for Bali, you can get in touch with other global minds.

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 Bali Expat Q&A

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Have you checked LinkedIn? Anyone that wants to be found is there. Arent they....?

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Sorry ... of course "finds out that you ARE American."

Re: Make cheap international calls from mobile?

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 Bali Town Talk

Re: Keep One. Drop One.

Dream on

Re: Prediction Game

So so... Next person excited bout the week end plans... Hi Annette

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Although she prefers real diamond..

 Bali Expat Marketplace

“Lease-To-Buy Contact Center” or “Lease-To-...

Marketing Pitch: • A good contact center takes years to build. Not to mention the back office bu...

World Cup Tickets France vs Ecuador

Hello, I am looking for tickets for the match between Ecuador vs France in Rio de Janeiro. If anyon...

Internships for students from Germany in Africa

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Members exchange their tips in the Bali Expat Forums

Whether you are an expat newcomer or already veteran in Bali, you’ll undoubtedly have plenty of questions about the life in Indonesia, starting from ʺCan I drink tap water without boiling it first?ʺ to questions about job-hunting.

Our private community offers expats in Bali a place to share tips, and find answers to all possible expat questions. Our expat forum Bali is open to Indonesia-based expatriates from all around the world, whether you are Polish, Dutch or Finnish.

The Expat Forum Bali – a Place for mutual Support

Members taking part in the expat forum Bali enjoy a platform to connect with other expats as well as internationally-minded Indonesian people to receive reliable advice. With the InterNations expat forum for Bali, you may always have a fellow expat to help overcome any issues that you may come across while living overseas.

Do you require further information on expat issues like doctors and dentists or car rental agencies in town? Then you should also take a look at our Bali Expat Guide, which is one of the many useful resources that we offer next to the expat forums. But for support on all issues with regard to the local expat life, such as ʺIs it difficult for expat spouses to find employment?ʺ, benefit from the Bali expat forums.

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