Can you share a room with a girl in Bali?

Can I share a room with my girlfriend in Bali

The country just passed a law banning sex between unmarried people, and shockingly, it includes tourists. “Living together” is also to be punishable by up to six months in prison, which means two people sharing a hotel room could potentially be in jeopardy.

Can unmarried couple share a room in Bali

Unmarried tourists planning a fun Bali vacation will now have to be very cautious. The couple won't get a room unless they manage to produce a legal marriage certificate as a proof.

Can unmarried couples room together in Bali

The rule specifies that unmarried couples will not be allowed to book rooms without a marriage certificate to prove their relationship, opening up both tourist and the LGBTQ community to harassment from the local police while on holiday.

Can I sleep with my partner in Bali

Tourists visiting Indonesia will not be charged under a new law which will criminalise sex outside marriage, officials say. Dubbed the "Bali bonking ban", the new legislation threatens up to a year in jail for unmarried couples who have sex or six months for those who cohabit.

Can I sleep in the same room as my boyfriend in Bali

Synopsis. The news might come as a shock, but it's all true. Indonesian government has proposed a new law under which an unmarried couple won't be allowed to stay in a hotel room together in Bali and if they do, it'd be considered a criminal offence.

Can you kiss in public in Bali

Lovers do not kiss in public, and visitors should respect the Balinese' aversion to such intimate gestures.