• Health information

    Entry requirements:

    Make sure you are up-to-date on routine vaccines before every trip. These vaccines vary according to each country. No specific vaccine is required to enter Indonesia, however the Indonesian Ministry of Tourism advises visitors to be vaccinated against tetanus, typhoid and hepatitis A and B.

    The government of Indonesia requires a yellow fever vaccination certificate from travelers over 9 months arriving from a country with risk of yellow fever transmission.  A yellow fever vaccination is not necessary to enter the country.

    Malaria prevention treatment is required for all of Indonesia, except the Jakarta municipality and the islands of Bali and Java, where there is no to low risk of malaria infection.

    Dengue fever is an illness transmitted by a mosquito most common in urban areas. It is important to foresee mosquito repellents. 

  • Safety information

    Safety recommendations:

    Visitors to Indonesia may face safety and security risks that would be unexpected in countries in Europe, North America or Oceania, but with the proper precautions, your trip will be safe and enjoyable.

    Some useful information and tips to remain safe during your visit to Jakarta:

    • To reduce the risk of being a victim of pickpocketing, you can take simple steps such as wearing a secure bag that cannot easily be snatched from their shoulder
    • It is recommended to use only reputable taxi firms such as Blue Bird and Silver Bird when in urban areas. 
    • ATM fraud can happen so when using any ATM it is important to check for any suspicious persons in the vicinity and inspect the machine before use.
    • Credit card fraud is also a concern and it is recommended to use cash wherever possible.
    • While there is a risk of malaria in Indonesia, it isn’t very common in urban areas such as Jakarta. To prevent against others mosquito-borne diseases such as dengue fever, you should minimise your exposure to mosquitos by using mosquito nets, coils and repellent spray, and covering your skin as much as possible in the evening.

    The following numbers are the official national emergency response numbers of Indonesia:

    • General emergencies: 110 / 112
    • Medical emergencies: 119

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