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In Indonesia, pads and pantyliners are the most common menstrual product, and they can be found in grocery stores, convenience stores, pharmacies, etc. While you can find tampons in Indonesian cities, especially at international and high-end pharmacies and grocery stores, they are much less common than pads. You can look for tampons at pharmacies like Guardian and Century. Some tampon brands you can expect to see are Playtex, Laurier and Charm. You can also try to check in Japanese supermarkets for tampons. In smaller towns, you'll have great difficulty finding in tampons. As for menstrual cups, you may be able to find them from small-scale businesses, especially those that cater to an international crowd. You can also purchase them online. For example, you can order the Mooncup from the UK, which can be delivered to Indonesia - [http://www.mooncup.co.uk/buy-the-mooncup/ click here] for details. You can also order the Lunette menstrual cup online [https://www.liveloveluna.com/ LiveLoveLuna]. There appears to be no local sellers of DivaCup or LadyCup in Indonesia, so those brands should also be purchased online.
 
In Indonesia, pads and pantyliners are the most common menstrual product, and they can be found in grocery stores, convenience stores, pharmacies, etc. While you can find tampons in Indonesian cities, especially at international and high-end pharmacies and grocery stores, they are much less common than pads. You can look for tampons at pharmacies like Guardian and Century. Some tampon brands you can expect to see are Playtex, Laurier and Charm. You can also try to check in Japanese supermarkets for tampons. In smaller towns, you'll have great difficulty finding in tampons. As for menstrual cups, you may be able to find them from small-scale businesses, especially those that cater to an international crowd. You can also purchase them online. For example, you can order the Mooncup from the UK, which can be delivered to Indonesia - [http://www.mooncup.co.uk/buy-the-mooncup/ click here] for details. You can also order the Lunette menstrual cup online [https://www.liveloveluna.com/ LiveLoveLuna]. There appears to be no local sellers of DivaCup or LadyCup in Indonesia, so those brands should also be purchased online.
  
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You can find tampons available in Bali but not in many of the popular scuba diving destinations such as Komodo. If you plan to scuba dive or participate in other water activities, it's recommended to buy a menstrual cup in advance.
 
You can find tampons available in Bali but not in many of the popular scuba diving destinations such as Komodo. If you plan to scuba dive or participate in other water activities, it's recommended to buy a menstrual cup in advance.
  

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