Fast Facts

About Malang

Malang is a city in East Java, Indonesia. It is also the third largest city by economy in East Java. The city is well known for its mild climate and holds a popular destination among international tourists. Towards the east is Mt. Bromo, a volcano and at the same time is a popular hiking location for hikers.

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Climate

The average maximum daytime temperature in Malang in April is a hot 31°C (88°F) with moderate heat & humidity. The average night-time temperature is usually a comfortable 19°C (66°F).
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Religion

Religions in Malang are mainly consisting of Muslims, Protestants, Catholics, Hindus, Buddhists and Confucians.
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Time

Malang City, East Java, Indonesia (GMT+7)
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Language

The common language used is Bahasa Indonesia, however English is also widely use as well.
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Business Day

Operating hours for shopping malls are from usually starting from 10:00 am to 10:00 pm (daily). Some restaurants inside the malls might extend their opening hours until 11:00pm or until wee hours during weekend.
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Banking Hours

Banks in Malang operating hours usually starts from early 8am till 3/4pm during weekdays. During weekends, most banks will operate from 8am – 2pm.
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Electricity

Voltage is 230V/50Hz. Plugs have two round pins.

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Tipping

Tipping is not practiced across in Indonesia.
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Currency & Credit Cards

The local currency in Indonesia is Rp (Rupiah). 1 IDR = 0.00007 USD.

Notes come in 2000Rp, 5000Rp, 10,000Rp, 20,000Rp, 50,000Rp and 100,000Rp denominations. Coins of 50Rp, 100Rp, 200Rp, 500Rp and 1000Rp are also in circulation.

MasterCard and Visa are the most widely accepted credit cards.

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Dress Code

Appearance should always be clean and neat. For business meetings, men should wear suits and ties; women should wear suits or dresses. Overly casual or sloppy attire is not appreciated.
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Health

It is sensible to ensure you have adequate travel insurance that covers you for healthcare. If you have a medical condition that requires ongoing treatment, be sure to bring enough medication with you to last you for your entire stay in Indonesia.
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Getting around

Transportation in Malang includes buses, and trains. For detailed information, please visit here.
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Visa Requirements

For more information on visa issues, please CLICK HERE.
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Security and Emergency Numbers

Police – 110/112

Fire – 113

Ambulance – 118

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Leisure Activities

For more information, please visit here.
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