Indonesia Information

Travel Guide of Indonesia

Indonesia is a developing country and with this tourists must be prepared for the usual tricks and ducking and diving expected from those who are trying to escape the restraints of poverty. For the most part the Indonesian people are trustworthy, kind individuals who are proud to host the many nationalities that visit every year. Although tipping is not mandatory, if you are especially pleased with your service it is welcome. Office hours usually fall between 08:00- 16:00 and 09:00- 17:00. Normal banking hours are from 8.00 - 14:30 from Monday to Friday. The US dollar is the most readily accepted currency, although the Indonesian currency the Rupiah is obviously worth having and absolutely necessary in more remote areas.

The Archipelago is spread over three time zones. Western Indonesia Standard Time, which covers the islands of Sumatra, Java & Madura, West and Central Kalimantan, is seven hours ahead of GMT; Central Indonesia Standard Time covers East and South Kalimantan, Sulawesi, Bali and Nusa Tenggara, and is eight hours ahead of GMT; finally Eastern Indonesia Standard Time, which covers Maluku and Irian Jaya is nine hours ahead of GMT


Jakarta Information

Getting to Jakarta is easy. But once there, getting used to the chaotic pace of life and packed streets is not so easy. Here's some information to help smoothen your trip. Read More...

 
Bali Information

Public buses and bemos, chartered bemos, shuttle buses, taxis and private cars, rented cars and motorcycles. Even eco-friendly bicycles if you really want to make the most of your time. Read More...

Lombok Island Information

Tourism is in its infancy here. Lombok is what Bali was 20 years ago and for many this is one of the island's most redeeming features. Indonesia spans three time zones. Read More...

 
Bintan Island Information

Approximately 1,140sqkm in size, Bintan is 50km southeast of Singapore. The largest within the Riau Archipelago, the island is well known for its rich history and natural beauty. Read More...

Batam Island Information

Travellers will find getting around Batam Island simple and inexpensive due to its relatively small size. However, choices of public transportation are quite limited compared to Jakarta and Bali. Read More...

 
Yogyakarta Information

Yogyakarta is quite small, so getting around the city is easy and inexpensive. Thanks to its sophisticated and expansive public transportation system, Yogyakarta has 19 city bus lines and meter taxis. Read More...

Indonesia Maps

Our interactive map (and satellite views) displays all available hotels with photos, facilities and guest comments as well as attractions, landmarks and other items of interest with links to relevant information pages. Read More...


 


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