AREA 1,904,569 sq km
LANGUAGE Bahasa Indonesia
CURRENCY Indonesian Rupiah (IDR)
For current information on government travel advice, please refer to the U.S. Passports & International travel, the Canadian Travel Advice and Advisories, the Foreign & Commonwealth Office or the Australian Department of Foreign Affaires website.
For current information regarding health, recommended vaccines and the location of trustworthy doctors and medical clinics, please refer to the International Association for Medical Assistance to Travellers website.
- 3 star hotel: $70
- 4 star hotel: $110
- 5 star hotel: $300
- Inexpensive restaurant: $1.71
- Meal for 2, mid-range restaurant, 3 courses: $11.97
220V/230V / 50Hz
Indonesia can be a difficult destination for those with limited mobility. Even if some of the airlines flying to Indonesia have a good reputation for accommodating people with disabilities, the airports are not well set up.
Public transport, minibuses used by shuttle bus and tour companies are not accessible. Ramps and other disabled facilities at hotels and inns are uncommon. Your best bet is to find accommodations suitable for wheelchair users by checking the ‘Facilities for disabled guests‘ option in your Booking.com search criteria.
The footpaths, when they exist at all, tend to be narrow, uneven, potholed and frequently obstructed.
- Outdoor and Adventure
- Food and Drinks
- Animal encounter
- Romantic and Honeymoon
- Architecture and History
- Indonesia and China are the largest exporters of frog legs