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As Bali is a major tourist area, there is a bounty of additional service providers available to meet requirements.  Refer to the Additional Service Provider contact list for specific information of identified providers.

4.11 Indonesia Additional Services Contact List

Vehicle Rental

Vehicle rental is readily available within the Bali province.  Vehicles can be rented individually or with the included services of a driver.  It is worth noting that daily rental rates may exclude the cost of fuel, this will be charged separately.  However an all-inclusive rate can be negotiated if required.

Taxi Companies

Taxi companies are plentiful within the Bali province and are a reliable method of transportation around the island.  Upon arrival at the ferry ports, sea ports or airport there are taxi’s available.  Meters are in use in the taxi’s and the passenger should ensure that it is switched on at the beginning of their journey.

Freight Forwarding Agents

Freight forwarding agents are available within the Bali province.

Handling Equipment 

The rental or lease of handling equipment is essential if cargo is needed to be offloaded at some of the seaports within the Bali province.  There are companies available to meet most requirements.

Electricity and Power 

Perusahaan Listrik Negara (PLN) is Indonesia's second-largest state owned company by assets. The management is headed by the President Director. He then reports to a government-appointed board, who in turn report to the Minister of Energy and Mineral Resources. The Ministry is responsible for supply of electricity throughout Indonesia. Whilst the stability and reliability of electricity has improved throughout the country, outages are still a common occurrence. Outages generally last for a few hours, however they can occur multiple times a week.
Coal is the main source of fuel for power plants in Java. For the other islands, oil is the primary source of fuel for the diesel plants. There are plans in place to increase capacity via geothermal and hydro power, however they are dependent upon funding and development plans which are not yet completed.

Production Unit[1]

Type [1]

Installed Capacity (MW)

 Paiton

Coal

800

 Suralaya

Coal

4025

Paiton

Coal

2300

Tanjung Jati-B 1`

Coal

1320

Tanjung Jati-B 2

Coal

1320

Cirebon

Coal

660

Cilacap

Coal

600

Cilacap Adipala

Coal

660

Indramayu

Coal

990

Pacitan

Coal

630

Labuan

Coal

600

Lontar

Coal

945

Pelabuhan Ratu

Coal

1050

Rembang

Coal

630

Tambak Lorok CCGT

Gas

1334

Tanjung Priok

Gas

1430

Grati CCGT

Gas

764

Muara Tawar CCGT

Gas

920

Muara Tawar CCGT

Gas

1208

Gresik CCGT

Gas

2255


[1] E.g. Hydroelectric power, Thermal power...

Internet Service Providers (ISPs)

Internet access is readily available throughout the province via WIFI, Dial-Up, LAN connection and USB modems. There are a number of providers available offering a variety of packages to suit most requirements.
The main providers of internet in Bali are PT Telekom, Neuviz, PT. LDP and GlobalXtreme.

Internet Service Providers

Are there ISPs available?

(Yes / No)

 Yes

Private or Government

 Both

Dial-up only (Yes / No)

 No

Approximate Rates

Dial-up:

 350,000 (IDR)

Broadband:

 350,000 (IDR)

Max leasable ‘dedicated’ bandwidth

 100Mbps