Moving to Indonesia

Moving your items to Indonesia

Are you planning to emigrate to Indonesia? Transpack is specialised in international removals of belongings and your entire household to various locations in Indonesia. You can move from Amsterdam to Jakarta for as little as €625.

Calculate the costs of your move online without any obligation and get a tailor-made quotation for your move to Indonesia.

Indonesia in a nut shell:

Indonesië vlag - Transpack

Capital Jakarta
Population 248.6 million
Currency Rupiah (Rp)
Official languages
Bahasa Indonesian

Moving to Indonesia

When moving to Indonesia, you might consider taking your belongings with you. Transpack offers various transport possibilities to get your goods to your new house in Indonesia, such as air freight, sea freight and groupage services.

The costs of moving to Indonesia

The costs for sea freight and groupage services to Indonesia are relatively low compared to other countries. The container price for shipping to the country is low, making a private container a good option. By shipping your items together with those of others at the same time (groupage), you share these low costs and the move becomes even more advantageous. Air freight on the other hand is expensive, so it is only recommended to use it for small shipments that you need at very short notice. Please note that the prices can be a lot higher per island, not every location is as easy to reach.

 

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Amsterdam Jakarta €625,- Requesting a quote

How long are my possessions on their way to Indonesia?

The average duration of your move by air freight is 2 to 3 weeks. For sea freight this is different because of the enormous distances within the country. However, in general you can assume that the container will take 5 to 7 weeks to reach the port of destination. This does not include the time at customs and any road transport afterwards. A Transpack employee can give you a better idea of the transit times to specific destinations in the country. Groupage transport takes 10 to 12 weeks on average because the container leaves as soon as it is full, so your goods can remain in the warehouse for a while before departure.

Tips for emigrating to Indonesia

Moving to Indonesia is a new step in your life. Perhaps you will return to your family or choose a wonderful life in Bali. Indonesia is a varied country with beautiful nature; jungles, rice fields & tea plantations and islands with white bounty beaches. You can find everything there. Indonesia also has a rich culture and delicious cuisine. There are a number of steps necessary before you can start your adventure in Indonesia. Transpack is happy to help you with this.

Do I need a visa for Indonesia?

For your relocation to Indonesia and to arrange the right paperwork, such as a visa application, we recommend that you contact the consulate or embassy of your own country. Our relocation specialists from Eurohome can also help you with this.

What should you take with you when you emigrate to Indonesia?

To help you prepare for your trip, we have put together some tips for you. Make sure that documents, keys, medicines, jewellery and other important items are not included in your shipment. You should always take these items with you personally.

 

Clothing

 

The climate of Indonesia is hot and humid. Bring light weight clothes. Make sure you bring enough clothes and shoes. Clothing and shoes may be hard to get in larger sizes.
Travel plug
The electricity voltage in Indonesia is about 220 Volts and the frequency is 50 Hertz. You need a (world) adapter plug if you are taking electrical appliances with you.
Medicines Check whether your medication is available in Indonesia and the maximum amount you are allowed to take with you. Also check if you need a medical certificate to bring medication on your trip.
Documents Carry important documents such as passport, visa documents etc. in your hand luggage – make copies too.
Personal  items
Think of your favourite toiletries, things that remind you of home and other things you can’t afford to be without.
Tip: pack a spare set of clothes in your hand luggage in case your checked luggage is delayed or lost.

If you have any questions about moving to Indonesia, please feel free to contact us.