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Indonesia Indonesia electrical outlets : do I need a travel adapter?

You're going to travel to Indonesia and you don't know if your electric devices (your computer, mobile phone, battery charger...) will be able to work there?

To know if you need a travel plug adapter to go to Indonesia, you have to consider 3 things : the shape of the plugs, the voltage and the frequency of the current delivered by electrical outlets in Indonesia.

Electrical outlets (sockets) and plugs used in Indonesia

Here are the shape of the sockets in Indonesia, and the the types of plugs used in Indonesia :

electrical outlet socket type C in Indonesia
type C
electrical outlet socket type F in Indonesia
type F

plug type c  plug type e  plug type ef  plug type f  

Plug adapter for Indonesia

If none of your usual plug is compatible, you should buy a travel adapter to be able to plug your electric devices in Indonesia (please visit our selection on Amazon for more details).

best travel adapters for indonesia

Prepare your travel to enjoy your stay in Indonesia

What is the type of electrical outlets and current in Indonesia?

The type of electrical outlets used in Indonesia is Type C and Type F.

Type C outlets have two round pins, while Type F outlets have two round pins with two earth clips on the side.

The standard voltage in Indonesia is 230 V, and the standard frequency is 50 Hz.

How to charge the battery of my phone or computer in Indonesia?

To charge the battery of your phone or computer in Indonesia, you can follow these steps:

  1. Find a power outlet: Look for an electrical power outlet in the area where you are staying. In Indonesia, the standard voltage is 230V and the frequency is 50Hz. The power outlets usually have two round pins, similar to those used in Europe.
  2. Check the power adapter: Ensure that your phone or computer's power adapter is compatible with the Indonesian power outlet. Most modern electronic devices have a universal power adapter that supports a wide range of voltages (typically 100V-240V) and frequencies.
  3. Use a plug adapter (if necessary): If your power adapter has a different type of plug than the Indonesian power outlet, you may need to use a plug adapter. Plug adapters are inexpensive and readily available at electronic stores or travel accessory shops.
  4. Connect the charger: Plug your phone or computer's power adapter into the power outlet. Make sure it is securely inserted. If the power outlet has a switch, ensure it is turned on.
  5. Connect the device: Connect the charging cable of your phone or computer to the power adapter. Ensure that it is properly connected to both the device and the power adapter.
  6. Monitor the charging process: Once everything is connected, you should see an indicator (such as a battery symbol or LED light) showing that your device is charging. Leave it plugged in until the battery is fully charged.
  7. Unplug and store the charger: Once the battery is fully charged, unplug the charger from the power outlet and disconnect it from your device. Store the charger in a safe place.

By following these steps, you can safely charge the battery of your phone or computer in Indonesia.

Which power adapter should I buy for Indonesia?

To ensure compatibility with the electrical outlets in Indonesia, it is recommended to purchase a power adapter that is specifically designed for this region. The type of power adapter used in Indonesia is the Type C two-pin plug, which features round pins.

When purchasing a power adapter, make sure it can handle the voltage and frequency used in Indonesia. The voltage in Indonesia is 220-240 volts and the frequency is typically 50Hz.

It is recommended to buy a quality power adapter from a reliable manufacturer to ensure safety and proper functioning of your devices. Additionally, it is advisable to have surge protection features to safeguard against power fluctuations.

Remember to always check the specifications of your electronic devices to ensure compatibility with the power adapter and to check if any additional transformers or converters are needed for specific devices.

What are the 20 largest cities in Indonesia?

The 20 largest cities in Indonesia are:

  1. Jakarta
  2. Surabaya
  3. Bandung
  4. Medan
  5. Palembang
  6. Tangerang
  7. South Tangerang
  8. Makassar
  9. Depok
  10. Bandar Lampung
  11. Bekasi
  12. Pekanbaru
  13. Bogor
  14. Malang
  15. Yogyakarta
  16. Padang
  17. Semarang
  18. Balikpapan
  19. Jambi
  20. Surakarta