Need some Indonesian Rupiah for your stay in Bali? No problem visit Rara Money Changer in Marketplace on the First Floor to get the cash you need. If you are here for a short time, say less than 4 or 5 days, using an ATM is fine. It’s easy, risk-free assuming you choose your ATM wisely and the amount you get charged by your bank is possibly worth the exorbitant fees they charge for the security and peace of mind they provide. However, if you are planning on staying longer than a few days, and spending more than say USD$500, then using a money changer to exchange cash for Indonesian Rupiah (IDR), which is the local currency in Bali, makes good economic sense. Changing your local currency into Indonesian Rupiah can be a painless and low-risk transaction if you follow these simple rules.