Discover Medical Categories Available in Indonesia

Plastic and Cosmetic Surgery 157 clinics

Diagnostic Imaging 146 clinics

Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation 146 clinics

Urology 143 clinics

General Surgery 143 clinics

Bariatric Surgery 142 clinics

Orthopedics 142 clinics

Cardiology 141 clinics

Oncology 141 clinics

Maxillofacial Surgery 140 clinics

Neurosurgery 140 clinics

Pediatrics 140 clinics

Dentistry 51 clinics

Dentistry Packages 50 clinics

Cosmetology 19 clinics

Dermatology 15 clinics

General Medicine 11 clinics

Laboratory Medicine 5 clinics

Gynecology 5 clinics

Colorectal Medicine 5 clinics

Hair Restoration 3 clinics

Regenerative Medicine 2 clinics

Ophthalmology 2 clinics

Infectious Diseases 2 clinics

Endocrinology 1 clinics

Discover the Regions of Indonesia

Aceh 2 clinics

Bali 27 clinics

Banten 13 clinics

Bengkulu 0 clinics

Gorontalo 0 clinics

Jakarta 90 clinics

Jambi 1 clinics

West Java 31 clinics

Java 9 clinics

East Java 17 clinics

West Borneo 0 clinics

South Borneo 1 clinics

Borneo 1 clinics

East Borneo 1 clinics

North Borneo 0 clinics

Bangka Belitung Islands 1 clinics

Riau Islands 1 clinics

Lampung 0 clinics

Moluccas 0 clinics

Northern Moluccas 0 clinics

Western Lesser Sunda Islands 1 clinics

Eastern Lesser Sunda Islands 2 clinics

Papua 0 clinics

West Papua 0 clinics

Riau 3 clinics

West Sulawesi 0 clinics

South Sulawesi 2 clinics

Sulawesi 0 clinics

Southeast Sulawesi 0 clinics

North Sulawesi 0 clinics

West Sumatra 0 clinics

South Sumatra 8 clinics

North Sumatra 8 clinics

Yogyakarta 1 clinics

Top 10 Most Popular Procedures Available in Indonesia

Best Clinics and Hospitals in Indonesia

About Indonesia

With over 17,000 islands, Indonesia is the largest island country in the world. Its huge size means it has massive potential for adventure. It has its share of curious wildlife and natural wonders, from Komodo Dragons and Orangutans to magnificent volcanoes and postcard-perfect islands. Besides its varied landscape, the country’s culture is very diverse as well, making it one of the world’s most interesting destinations.

In terms of medical tourism, Indonesia might not be as popular as its neighboring countries, such as Thailand, Malaysia, and Singapore. However, the country actually does have the potential to emerge as the top medical tourism destination. The country’s government is currently planning to further develop the sector. Many hospitals and clinics in the country offer affordable, high-quality procedures, with modern technology and skilled medical practitioners. The country currently has 30 JCI-accredited hospitals. 

Popular Cities and Regions in Indonesia

Attracting more than 8 million international tourists each year, Bali is the main tourist destination in Indonesia and is one of the most visited destinations in the world. It is famous for its dazzling beaches, pristine waters, jungle-covered mountains, rich culture, and lively nightlife. Some of the most popular areas on the island are Seminyak, Kuta, Nusa Dua, Ubud, and Canggu. The capital of Indonesia, Jakarta, is also a popular place for international visitors. It is home to the National Monument (Monas), the National Museum of Indonesia, and a unique old city (Kota Tua). It is also popular for its lively nightlife and scrumptious culinary scene. Along with Jakarta and Bali, other popular cities are Surabaya, Medan, and Yogyakarta.

Transport in Indonesia

Soekarno Hatta International Airport is the main gateway to Indonesia. It offers domestic and international flights and is served by numerous major and budget airlines. Since Indonesia is a large country, domestic flights are the most convenient and fastest way to travel, but they can be rather expensive. Trains, available only on the island of Java and Sumatra, are good options to travel from one city to another. Buses are widely available all around the country. To travel from one island to another, ferry boats and speed boats are available as well. Traveling inside cities can be different in each region. In general, visitors can opt for motorcycle taxis, Angkutan Kota (Angkot), city buses, or motorcycle taxis. In big cities, such as Jakarta, visitors can enjoy an integrated public transport system.

Visas in Indonesia

Indonesia allows citizens of 170 countries to visit without an Indonesian visa for 30 days and a visa on arrival is available for nationals of 68 countries. All visitors will need to hold a passport that is valid for at least 6 months and a valid return ticket.

Weather in Indonesia

Indonesia has a tropical climate and enjoys hot and humid weather all year round. It has two seasons: the dry season (April – October) and the rainy season (November – March). The rainy season can be very humid with a significant amount of rain, but rainfall is usually brief and does not occur every day.

Additional Info
  1. Local Currency: Indonesian Rupiah (Rp) is the official currency. The exchange rate from US$1 is around Rp14,600.
  2. Money & Payments: ATMs can be found in major cities and tourist areas. However, visitors who plan to travel to more rural areas should stock up on cash beforehand as ATM machines can be rare and the only payment method accepted is cash. Credit and debit cards are accepted in well-established shops, restaurants, and hotels. Tipping is optional but greatly appreciated. 
  3. Local Language: There are hundreds of national languages in Indonesia, but almost all of the population speak Bahasa Indonesia. English is widely spoken in major cities and tourist areas, but only a few people can understand the language in smaller towns.
  4. Local Culture and Religion: The largest religion is Islam, but Christianity, Hinduism, Buddhism, and Confucianism are officially recognized. 
  5. Public holidays: Some of the most celebrated public holidays are Independence Day (17 August), the first day of Ramadan, Eid Al-Fitr, Eid Al-Adha, Chinese New Year, Christmas Day, and New Year’s Day.