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Luxury Holidays - Indonesia

County Information

Best known for its beaches, volcanoes and komodo dragons, Indonesia is made up of thousands of volcanic islands.

For more information about Indonesia and to book your next holiday call our specialists at Diplomat Travel on 020 7730 2201.

Useful Facts

General Information

Population: 258,316,051

Capital: Jakarta

Language: Indonesian, regional languages are also widely spoken in the over 17,000 island. English is widely used in business and tourist areas.

Religion: Muslim is the main religion, though there are christian, buddhist and Hindu minorities.

International dialling code: 
00 62

Main Airports: Denpasar-Bali Ngurah Rai (DPS), Soakarno-Hatta(CGK)

Typical flying time: 18 hours to Bali via Bangkok or Kuala Lumpar, 16 hours 30 minutes to Jakarta via Singapore and Kuala Lumpa.

Visa Requirements: No Visa is required for British passport holders staying upto 30days but 6 month validity on your passport is required and a return ticket or onward travel is compulsory.


Health requirements: Hepatisis A, polio, tetenus and typhoid are recommended as is malaria of travelling to island that are infected. Yellow fever certificate is compulsory for those arriving from infected areas.

Currency: rupiah (IDR) = 100 sen (All major credit cards accepted as are US$ and travellers cheques)

Tipping: widely expected for all service personnel though small amounts are accepted.

Time: GMT +7 in the west(Jakarta), GMT +8 in central indonesia and GMT +9 east.

Electricity: 110/220 volts (Universal Adaptor required)

Driving: They drive on the left. National driving licences are accepted but an international permit is recommended. Most car rental offices include a chauffuer in the price which is also recommended as traffic is bad. and parking very difficult.


 

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