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Indonesia Money Transfers – FAQs
Is there any limit on how much money I can send to Indonesia?
No. OFX can transfer any amount over $250.
Can I send money from an Indonesian bank account to the U.S.?
Unfortunately, we cannot send rupiah from Indonesia to the U.S. However, if your Indonesian account is in another currency such as USD or AUD, we can help.
Does OFX transfer money to all Indonesian banks?
OFX can transfer funds to most banks in Indonesia, including, but not limited to:
Bank CIMB Niaga
Bank Permata Bank Mandiri
Bank Rakyat Indonesia
Bank Central Asia
Bank Negara Indonesia
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How to Send Money to Indonesia
Gather the relevant banking information including the name on the recipient’s bank account, the account number, the clearing code, the SWIFT/BIC code, and the bank’s name.
Create a free online account with OFX, or login to get a live quote for your money transfer.
Enter your details and those of your recipient.
Choose ‘finalize transaction’ to process your payment.
It’s easy and affordable to send money to Indonesia using OFX. Even if you’re not ready to transfer funds today, you can sign up now, so your account is active and ready when a great exchange rate comes up.
What currency is used in Bali, Indonesia?
The primary currency in Indonesia is the Indonesian rupiah. Rupiah is the much preferred currency, but you may occasionally be able to pay for some items in hotels in foreign currencies such as US or Aussie dollars. Be aware that hotel exchange rates are often poor. You will need rupiah in all rural areas and when dealing with local shop owners. Many forums on Bali suggest converting money once you get to Bali to get a better exchange rate than you will from vendors in your home country.