Please do not come to Bali if you want to be clothing -optional. Indonesia is a very modest country and while they let Bali slide a little because of the tourism industry, you risk very bad repercussions if you appear in the nude anywhere, even on a beach. I can't imagine why you have decided to come to Indonesia for a vacation of this sort.. I am not a prude but wanting to do even semi-nude sunbathing in a majority Islamic and Hindu country is not allowed. Agree with ubudpuppy - I respect your choice of holiday style, and likewise I know you would respect the country and culture you are travelling to.
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Some essential tips when coming to Bali on how to behave in certain situations. Visiting a foreign country is fun and by traveling we learn a lot about other cultures. Bali's culture is particularly colorful and interesting. Knowing a few rules, will help you to get around smoothly.
You can leave your clothes in your room when visiting Bali. Indonesia has a strong cultural and religious background and no public nudity is officially allowed. However, the island of Bali draws tourists from around the world, many of whom prefer topless or nude sunbathing.