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Bali trip in June: general questions

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I have already posted a specific question on accommodations, but I have some general questions regarding the trip my aunt and I will be taking in June. We will be staying on the southern coast for several nights, then ubud for the remainder of the trip.

First, medical: do we need rabies vaccinations? I love the idea of the Monkey Forest, but I've also read that rabies is an issue? Also, should we be looking into anti-malarial meds?

Second question, visas: we are arriving from Singapore on a KLM flight at 7:15 pm.I checked the Denpasar arrivals schedule and it looks like we are the sixth or seventh flight arriving in about 30 minutes. So that tells me the VOA line and customs will be busy. Would it be better to get a visa before leaving the US, and if so, do we still have time?

Thanks!

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