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Travel Indonesia - Visa and Passport

All visitors must hold a passport valid for 6 months. Visa exemption countries are: Brunei Darussalam, Chile, Hong Kong, Macau, Malaysia, Morocco, Peru, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam.  Visa on arrival for citizens of 52 countries, which include most of western countries, can be gotten at cost of US$35. 

2nd of August
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Indonesia Culture and Festivals


As a multi-ethnic country, Indonesia has a long list of festivals all throughout the year. JanuaryFestival ManuludeMaudu Lompoa FebruaryBau Nyale Putri Mandalika, Kuta Beach, Lombok (between February and March)Pasola, 4 villages in West Sumba (between February and March) MarchBali Spirit Festival, Bali (March)Jakarta International Java Jazz Festival, Jakarta (early March)Megou Pak, Tulan...

2nd of August
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Indonesia Money and Travel Costs

Indonesian Rupiah is the official currency.  Here is a price list in Indonesia for reference (by 2015):A bottle of water (500ml): US$ 0.3 A local beer at a bar/restaurants: US$ 1.8 A glass of coca cola in a restaurant: US$ 0.65 A dish of street food: US$ 1.5 Western decent meal at local restaurant: US$12 You can get IDR from ATMs or money changers. If you visit...

2nd of August
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Indonesia Transportation

Road Traffic in Indonesia is highly dangerous, congested, and undisciplined.Road conditions vary from good to poor. Major cities roads and toll roads are in good conditions. Although the traffic regulation in Indonesia is moving on the left of the road, many drivers tend to ignore it and pass on both sides. Urban TransportationMotorcycles are dominant traffic in urban area of Indonesia, mixin...

2nd of August
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