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Indonesia > Health

Indonesia

How Much Do Health Procedures Cost In Indonesia?

Wednesday April 01, 2020 (08:20:27)

If you are an expat living in Indonesia, you will not be eligible for national health insurance. Therefore, you will need to consider your options. You could seek private treatment, for which you would need to pay out of pocket or through your private health insurance. Alternatively, you could use the public sector, but you would need to pay for this up front, except in an emergency. Many expats do not recommend seeking healthcare in Indonesia, beyond emergencies or routine check ups, and many travel to neighbouring Singapore for treatment instead.   more ...

Indonesia > Health

Indonesia

Dental And Ophthalmic Care In Indonesia: How To Find The Right Options For You

Friday March 27, 2020 (12:17:51)

If you are visiting Indonesia, you may need to access dental or eye care during your stay. You will not be eligible for treatment under the Indonesian health insurance scheme. In saying this, you are permitted to use the public healthcare system as long as you pay for it, or attend a medical institution that accepts your insurance. Most expats take out private health insurance to cover their stay. Make sure that you have a policy that contains clauses for dental and ophthalmic care, unless you are intending to pay for these services out of pocket.   more ...

Indonesia > Working

Indonesia

How To Find A Job In Indonesia

Monday February 03, 2020 (11:44:10)

Indonesia is an appealing prospect for expats seeking employment, particularly regions such as Bali, but it is not the easiest place in which to find work. Its economy is recovering from recent reversals, however, and there are some sectors which still welcome expats, particularly ones with high level qualifications and experience.   more ...

Indonesia > Education

Indonesia

How To Find The Right School For Your Child In Indonesia

Monday August 19, 2019 (18:04:24)

In Indonesia, formal education is compulsory and is divided into three levels: primary, secondary, and tertiary. There are plenty of public and private options for expat children in Indonesia. Here is an overview of what the Indonesian education system is like and how to choose the best schools for expat kids.   more ...

Indonesia > Working

Indonesia

How To Start A Business In Indonesia

Monday April 10, 2017 (14:58:23)
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Indonesia is a vast and varied country. With a population of 260 million and over 300 ethnicities and languages, it presents a unique challenge to anyone looking to start up a business.

The country’s natural riches and stable politics have seen Indonesia’s economy sail through the global recession and go from strength to strength. With bustling cities, luxurious beaches, pumping party towns and lush jungle hideaways, Indonesia is increasingly drawing expats to its shores.   more ...

Indonesia > Links

Indonesia

Indonesia - Recommended Social Media Accounts

Wednesday April 05, 2017 (13:24:36)
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At Expat Focus, we like to be on the lookout for resources around the web that could help prospective expats adjust to their new countries. Today, we’re taking a look at Indonesia and some of the social media accounts you should be following if you’re thinking of moving there.   more ...

Indonesia > Living

Indonesia

An Expat Guide To The Islands Of Indonesia

Tuesday January 31, 2017 (16:41:58)
(c) Jialiang Gao (peace-on-earth.org)
Sitting across the equator and between two oceans, it’s almost as if Indonesia is purposefully trying to defy easy description. Although a single flag flutters over the nation, its islands, people, business and politics are all rich and varied. It has land borders with Malaysia and Papua New Guinea, but is also the world’s largest archipelago. Many of the islands are untouched tropical paradises, but Indonesia’s 240 million inhabitants also make the country the fourth most populous in the world.   more ...

Indonesia > Links

Indonesia

Indonesia - Recommended Blogs

Monday December 12, 2016 (09:12:49)
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At Expat Focus, we like to be on the lookout for resources around the web that could help prospective expats adjust to their new countries. Today, we’re taking a look at Indonesia and some of the blogs that might be useful for expats there.   more ...

Indonesia > Living

Indonesia

Pros and Cons of Living in Indonesia

Tuesday October 06, 2015 (14:14:14)
Image © Michael Day on Flickr
Indonesia is one of the fastest growing countries in South-East Asia, with a vibrant local culture and a rich history of dance, music and crafts. Due to its economy and industry, Indonesia is also home to a rapidly growing expatriate community and has many things to offer newcomers. However, like moving to any other country, moving to Indonesia comes with its own pros and cons. These are a few of the things that you should keep in mind while living in Indonesia.   more ...

Indonesia > Living

Indonesia

Top 10 Safety Tips For Expat Women in Indonesia

Tuesday September 29, 2015 (10:55:02)
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Indonesia is a melting pot of cultures and has a thriving tourist industry. But with the rapid advancement of Indonesia’s trade and industry, the country is also experiencing a large growth in expat communities in its capital, Jakarta. Broadly speaking, the crime rates in Indonesia are not very high and crimes against foreigners are usually limited to petty theft. It is also important to note that taxi scams and ATM fraud are also rampant, especially in urban centres like Jakarta and Surabaya.   more ...



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