- 1 Where can I exchange currency in Indonesia?
- 2 Where is it best to exchange money?
- 3 Should I exchange money before I travel to Indonesia?
- 4 Can I exchange currency at my bank?
- 5 Is dollar used in Indonesia?
- 6 What currency do they use in Jakarta?
- 7 Can I change money at the post office?
- 8 Which bank has best exchange rate?
- 9 Is it cheaper to exchange money at airport or bank?
- 10 Is $100 a lot of money in Indonesia?
- 11 Is Jakarta expensive?
- 12 How much cash can I bring to Indonesia?
- 13 Which bank does money exchange?
- 14 Where can I deposit foreign currency?
- 15 How much does the bank charge for currency exchange?
Where can I exchange currency in Indonesia?
You will find printed notes worth of IDR 1000, 2000, 5000, 10000, 20000, 50000 and 100000. Foreign Currency Exchange Centres in Bali
- Central Kuta Money Exchange.
- P.T Dirgahayu Valuta Prima.
- Cash X Change.
- PT Bali Maspintjinra.
- Exchange Centres at Airport.
Where is it best to exchange money?
The best place to exchange money is a local ATM or a bank. Many foreign banks are happy to exchange your dollars for local currency for a better rate than you find elsewhere, or you can go to an ATM to skip the line.
Should I exchange money before I travel to Indonesia?
We usually recommend waiting until you arrive in Bali to get your rupiah. Money changers in Bali can and will exchange all major currencies. In most cases there is no need to bring any other currency other than your own.
Can I exchange currency at my bank?
Credit unions and banks will exchange your dollars into a foreign currency before and after your trip when you have a checking or savings account with them. If you need amounts of $1,000 or more, most banks require you to pick up the currency in person at a branch.
Is dollar used in Indonesia?
The US dollar is the most widely accepted foreign currency in Indonesia. Australian, British and Japanese currencies, as well as euros, are exchangeable only in the most touristed areas of Bali and Jakarta.
What currency do they use in Jakarta?
The official currency of Indonesia is the Rupiah (IDR).
Can I change money at the post office?
Unused currency can be exchanged for sterling at selected Post Office branches. You may need to produce your original Post Office receipt. Please click here to find your nearest branch.
Which bank has best exchange rate?
Local banks and credit unions usually offer the best rates. Major banks, such as Chase or Bank of America, offer the added benefit of having ATMs overseas. Online bureaus or currency converters, such as Travelex, provide convenient foreign exchange services.
Is it cheaper to exchange money at airport or bank?
Much like knowing stadiums overcharge for beers, it’s no secret that airport exchanges are an expensive option for trading in money. Most charge a fee or service charge of anywhere from $5 to $15, and the exchange rate you get can be seven to 15 percent worse than the standard bank rate.
Is $100 a lot of money in Indonesia?
In Indonesia, USD $100 Can Get You: 10-15 days’ worth of three square meals from a cheap Indonesian warung, eating nasi campur (mixed rice); 5-8 days’ worth eating at Westernized or mid-range restaurants. About 60-80 beers. 1-3 one-way budget airline trips from Jakarta to Bali.
Is Jakarta expensive?
Summary about cost of living in Jakarta, Indonesia: Family of four estimated monthly costs are 1,860$ (26,521,112Rp) without rent. A single person estimated monthly costs are 539$ (7,689,955Rp) without rent. Jakarta is 58.45% less expensive than New York (without rent).
How much cash can I bring to Indonesia?
USD $75,000) ceiling on the total amount of foreign cash money an individual can bring into Indonesia. The new regulation of the country’s central bank (Bank Indonesia) only allows banks and licensed money changers to bring in foreign bank notes worth more than IDR 1 billion.
Which bank does money exchange?
Buy or sell 9 foreign currencies on the spot at selected CommBank branches in exchange for Australian Dollars, or order over 30 foreign currencies online.
Where can I deposit foreign currency?
Visit a Bank Typically, these are larger banks, not local banks or small branches. Bank of America is one of the largest institutions that will exchange foreign currency into USD. Other banks also may allow you to deposit foreign currency directly into your bank account.
How much does the bank charge for currency exchange?
A typical credit card currency conversion fee is 1% of the purchase price, DCC fees range from 1% to 3% (or more), and a typical foreign transaction fee is 2% to 3%.