Visa for Indonesia:
Generally, a foreign citizen who wishes to enter Republic of Indonesia is required to obtain a visa from an Indonesian Embassy or an Indonesian Consulate-General. However, nationals of the following countries are eligible for visa exemption or visa on arrival for a short stay: http://kemlu.go.id/en/pelayanan-kekonsuleran/Default.aspx
Visiting Bandung, Indonesia:
- Airports in Bandung : Husein Sastranegara (http://huseinsastranegara-airport.co.id/)
- Climate: Temperature ranges is about 25-30 degree C; humidity ranges from 66% to 82%.
- Seasons: Dry season (April to September).
- Language: Bahasa is the national language. English is widely spoken in the cities.
- Clothing: Thin cotton is the best. Jackets or sweater may be necessary in a cool season.
Electricity: 220 volts 50 cycles throughout the country, see types of plug and AC slot mainly use in Indonesia below:
- Water: Drink only bottled or boiled water.
- Local time: GMT + 7 hours.
- Business hours: Most offices open from 8:30 am- 5:00 pm, Monday to Friday. General banking hours are Monday to Friday 8:30 am- 3:30 pm.
- Credit Cards: Major credit cards (American Express, Visa, Mastercard and Diners Club) are accepted at most hotels, restaurants, shops, malls and travel agencies. ATMs are also abundant.
- Internet: Many hotels provide Internet services, and cyber cafes are plentiful throughout the country.
- Telephones: Cell phones are everywhere in Indonesia. Handsets may be rented at the airport. For those bringing their own, SIM cards may be purchased to allow users to call within Indonesia at local rates.