Foreign currencies in Bali: June 18th 2007


According to the tourist figures Bali is getting a healthy number of foreign arrivals. Problem is most of them stay 4 days or less, meaning they don’t hang around enough to really help out the economy and most do not escape the Kuta / Seminyak / Sanur / Nusa Dua / Ubud tourist scene. Maybe the new VOA rules will encourage a whole new range of tourists. Here’s how their currencies stack up against the Indonesian rupiah.

1 Algerian Dinar = 133.710 Indonesian Rupiah
1 Czech Koruna = 424.003 Indonesian Rupiah
1 Fiji Dollar = 5,630.41 Indonesian Rupiah
1 Latvian Lats = 17,453.5 Indonesian Rupiah
1 Libyan Dinar = 7,305.05 Indonesian Rupiah
1 Lithuanian Litas = 3,504.14 Indonesian Rupiah
1 Panamanian Balboa = 9,202.62 Indonesian Rupiah
1 Romanian New Lei = 3,728.86 Indonesian Rupiah
1 Slovak Koruna = 357.149 Indonesian Rupiah
Slovenia (uses Euro)
1 Tunisian Dinar = 6,977.93 Indonesian Rupiah

Here’s how the rupiah compares with other popular currencies.
1 US Dollar = 9,033.42 Indonesian Rupiah
1 Australian Dollar = 7,611.83 Indonesian Rupiah
1 Brazilian Real = 4,734.50 Indonesian Rupiah
1 British Pound = 17,855.9 Indonesian Rupiah
1 Chinese Yuan Renminbi = 1,186.25 Indonesian Rupiah
1 Euro = 12,099.1 Indonesian Rupiah
1 Hong Kong Dollar = 1,155.74 Indonesian Rupiah
1 Japanese Yen = 73.20746 Indonesian Rupiah
1 Kazakhstan Tenge = 75.47350 Indonesian Rupiah
1 Malaysian Ringgit = 2,673.37 Indonesian Rupiah
1 New Zealand Dollar = 6,825.20 Indonesian Rupiah
1 Singapore Dollar = 5,875.21 Indonesian Rupiah
1 South-Korean Won = 9.99458 Indonesian Rupiah
1 Swiss Franc = 7,280.32 Indonesian Rupiah
1 Taiwan Dollar = 272.484 Indonesian Rupiah
1 Thai Baht = 280.106 Indonesian Rupiah

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