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What does "net" meaning in the pricing you get?

"Net" means that the price is already final and will not be subjected to government tax and service charge. On the other side, you will also find some pricings with "++" symbol in it. The symbol shows that the price is subject to 21% government tax and service charge. Most of the published prices in Bali are subject to government tax (or VAT) and service charges, especially in hotels, restaurants, and spas. The percentage is 10% for government tax and 11% for service charge which makes it 21% in total. There, you would often find a little note “subject to 21% government tax and service charge”. On another side, if you find a price with “net” after the numbers, it means there will be no additional amount added since it is already fixed or included with the tax and service charge.