LIVING IN INDONESIA

Living in Indonesia

Let us know how we can help you relocate in Indonesia. Please do not hesitate to contact our Parents & Friends Committee or our Admission Team

  • Beyond the academic program, AIS also looks to support families re-locating to Indonesia. Our extended community – parents, teachers, school counsellors, admission office – are all looking forward to welcoming you to our campuses. Whether through a warm welcome over the telephone or an invitation to coffee or one of the school’s many social activities, our community is ready to extend help and support.
  • Below are some useful links to information on re-location to Indonesia as well as some helpful tips on settling into life as an expatriate family. Beyond this information, if you need suggestions for a new doctor, dentist, delicatessen or where to find home country embassy/consulates, please do not hesitate to contact our Parents & Friends Committee or our Admission team.
    • Expat.or.id
      This site provides useful and practical information about expatriate life in Indonesia to ease your transition including information on housing, schooling, leisure, medical, local travel, etc.
    • Embassies in Jakarta and Bali
      A complete listing of all embassies and consulates.
    • Traveloka
      A one-stop shop for your local travel needs