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Information about Indonesia, entry requirements, etc. 

Culture in Indonesia

Welcome to Indonesia, the fascinating archipelago with its rich culture and breathtaking nature!

In Indonesia, culture is characterized by a variety of traditions and important days, including religious holidays such as Eid al-Fitr and Eid al-Adha, as well as the Hindu Nyepi festival in Bali, when the entire island comes to rest.

Behavior in Indonesia

When visiting Indonesia, it is important to behave respectfully. This includes wearing appropriate clothing in religious sites, removing shoes before entering homes and temples, and avoiding public displays of affection.

Currency and money exchange

The official currency of Indonesia is the Indonesian Rupiah (IDR). Currency exchange is possible in banks, money exchange offices and hotels. It is recommended to exchange larger amounts of money in banks to get the best exchange rates.

Entry into Indonesia

Most travelers need a visa to enter Indonesia. Entry requirements may vary depending on your nationality, so it is advisable to find out about the requirements in advance.


Regarding vaccinations for entry into Indonesia, health authorities usually recommend vaccinations against hepatitis A and B, typhoid and tetanus. It is also recommended to protect yourself against malaria, especially when traveling to remote areas.


A visa on arrival is available for many countries. This allows a stay of up to 30 days and can be purchased upon entry at the airport for a fee. It is advisable to find out about the current regulations in advance.

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