Money Changer in Legian Street: "Currency Note Exchange" Bali Shopping Tip by samantha_chee

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What to buy: They prefer USD's big note, i.e. USD 50 or USD 100.
The exchange rates stated on their "notice board" are meant for big note. If you only change USD 5 (of course, for Rupiah), you'll get lesser.
I found out that exchange rate for money changers at Legian St are higher.
It is not advisable to exchange currency notes at airport's money changers. You'll get lower rate.

What to pay: Legian st's money changer pays around 5 % higher than Kuta's money changer for USD 100.

Address: Legian St
Theme: Other

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  • Written May 25, 2005
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