Until this day there are 27 international airports in Indonesia.

  1. Sultan Iskandar Muda International Airport, Aceh (BTJ)
  2. Kualanamu International Airport, Medan (KNO)
  3. Minangkabau International Airport, Padang (PDG)
  4. Sultan Syarif Kasim II International Airport, Pekanbaru (PKU)
  5. Hang Nadim International Airport, Batam (BTH)
  6. Raja Haji Fi Sabilillah International Airport, Tanjung Pinang (TNJ)
  7. Sultan Mahmud Badaruddin II International Airport, Palembang (PLM)
  8. Juanda International Airport, Surabaya (SUB)
  9. Soekarno-Hatta International Airport, Jakarta (CGK)
  10. Halim Perdana Kusuma, Jakarta (HLP)
  11. Husein Sastranegara International Airport, Bandung (BDO)
  12. Adisutjipto International Airport, Yogyakarta (JOG)
  13. Ahmad Yani International Airport, Semarang (SRG)
  14. Adi Sumarmo International Airport, Solo (SOC)
  15. I Gusti Ngurah Rai International Airport, Bali (DPS)
  16. Lombok International Airport, Lombok (LOP)
  17. Supadio International Airport, Pontianak (PNK)
  18. Juwata International Airport, Tarakan (TRK)
  19. Syamsuddin Noor International Airport, Banjarmasin (BDJ)
  20. El Tari International Airport, Kupang (KOE)
  21. Sultan Aji Muhammad Sulaiman Sepinggan International Airport, Balikpapan (BPN)
  22. Sam Ratulangi International Airport, Manado (MDC)
  23. Sultan Hasanuddin International Airport, Makassar (UPG)
  24. Pattimura International Airport, Ambon (AMQ)
  25. Sentani International Airport, Jayapura (DJJ)
  26. Mopah International Airport, Merauke (MKQ)
  27. Frans Kaisiepo International Airport, Biak Numfor (BIK)

Source: http://hubud.dephub.go.id/?id/bandara

Airport Tax
An airport tax of Rp150,000 isle vied by airports on departing passengers on international flights and Rp40,000 for those on domestic routes. Most airlines today incorporate airport tax into their total tickets cost on purchase. Do make sure that this is already included.

Standard banking hours are from 8 AM to 3 PM from Monday to Friday. However several banks open their branches in hotels (and some in malls) longer than office hour, a few are open on Saturdays so you might want to check first. Jakarta has a number of international banks, even though you can also exchange currencies in some hotel cashiers and official money changers. Many modern markets accept payment in credit and debit cards but please prepare some cash since not all restaurants and merchants provide Electronic Data Capture Machine (EDC Machine).

Living on more than 13,400 islands, the Indonesian nation today counts some 200 million population comprising more than 200 ethnic groups. After Independence in 1945 inter-marriages among people of different ethnic groups have welded the population into a more cohesive Indonesian nation.

The Indonesia Rupiah is also called IDR. Information of daily exchange rate can be found in newspapers or from the net. Some Indonesia banks provide this on their websites. IDR and US$ are the most acceptable currencies. Most tourism resorts have money changer facilities. When you are traveling to remote areas it is advisable to exchange your money and clear your check. Credit cards are only acceptable in big hotels, restaurants, shops and traveling agencies.

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