The emergency numbers are: 118 ambulance and 110 police.
The currency in Indonesia is the rupee, and dont forget to exchange $100 upon arrival at the airport.
Automated teller machines (ATMs) are spread in most tourist places, hotels and shopping centers in Bali. Therefore, you must make sure before traveling that your credit card works in Indonesia, by asking the bank with which your account is deposited, and remember that there are limits for withdrawals that differ from place to another, some can be withdrawn from it up to the value of 600,000 rupees and others 2 million rupees.
International keys in Indonesia (international key 0062 – in Bali 36 – in Jakarta 21).
Tap water in Indonesia is not suitable for drinking, so you have to buy mineral water, whose price ranges from 2000 to 4000 rupees for the price of one bottle.
You can get a mobile SIM-card easily and it is cheap in Indonesia. If you want to make a call from your mobile phone to your country, it is much cheaper than using your national SIM-card.