Useful contacts in Indonesia


Have you just moved to Indonesia? Here are some useful contacts to help you around.

Finding the right contacts in a 1,904,570 km² archipelago can be quite a difficult task, especially when you are a newcomer in the country. We are providing you with a list of contacts which should help you around Indonesia, in terms of health care, emergency, etc.

Health care

Recommended health care institutions

Klinik SOS Medika - 24/24
Jl. Puri Sakti No. 10, Cipete
Tel: 62 (0) 21 750 59 80

Int'l Global Doctor Medical Center, Kemang - 24/24
Jl Kemang Raya No. 87 - Kemang
Tel: 62 (0) 21 719 456

Gedung Graha Irama - 2nd floor
Jl. Rasuna Said Block X-I, Kav. 1-2 Kuningan
Tel: 62 21 526 11 18

Clinic Jakarta (Kuningan)
Tel: 62 21 579 8600
Fax: 62 21 579 8686

Clinic Jakarta (Cipete)
Tel: 62 21750598
Fax: 62 21750600

Sanglah public hospital (the only one with a hyperbaric chamber in case of diving accident)
Tel. (0361) 227 911

Prima Medika
Tel. (0361) 236 225

SOS International Medical Clinic
Tel. (0361) 710 505

Ambulances: 118

Medical Emergencies: 112


Jakarta Police : 62 21 523 43 33 or 110

Firefighters: 113

Bali Police: 911 754 599 224 111


International telephone code: 62

Make a phone call to Indonesia: dial 00 62 area code without the 0 phone number

Make a phone call within Indonesia: dial the area code with the 0 phone number (eg. 021 for Jakarta and its suburbs.).

Make a phone call to a foreign country:

Telkom: 007 country and/or area code phone number (without the 0)

Indosat: 001 & 008 country and/or area code phone number (without the 0)

Bakrie Telecom: 009 country and/or area code phone number (without the 0)

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Like many other Asian countries, Indonesia also has a wide telecommunications network which will allow you to stay connected all the time.
If you are moving to Indonesia, finding accommodation will be one of your priorities. The country provides various options for expatriates.
If you have always dreamed of working in an idyllic setting, Bali, one of Indonesia's major islands, is definitely the perfect place for you.
Java is deemed to be Indonesia's most densely populated island. Hence, finding a job there as an expatriate can be a bit difficult.
Medan, which is Indonesia's fourth biggest city, hosts many international companies which are likely to recruit skilled expatriates.

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