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Currency Exchange and Currency

Indonesia’s official currency is the rupiah (Rp). Notes come in denominations of Rp100,000, 50,000, 20,000, 10,000, 5,000, 1,000 and 500. Coins come in denominations of Rp1,000, 500, 100, 50 and 25.

Currency Exchange

Lombok is a small island when it comes to global services like banking and visitors shouldn’t come here expecting to see ATMs and bank branches in every town. Mataram has the widest range of services, with plenty of regional banks, ATMs and currency exchange offices. Resort hubs like Senggigi also have facilities for withdrawing or exchanging money, and most hotels will gladly exchange cash for lower rates than the bank offers.         
If you plan to do any remote travelling, be sure to bring enough rupiah cash to pay for whatever you need. While credit cards are accepted at the larger resorts, hotels, restaurants and travel offices, smaller shops, cafés and taxi drivers only deal in local currency. Be sure to carry small banknotes for minor purchases.

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