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Wijaya & Co is a full service Indonesian law firm principally engaged in the provision of wide-range legal service to international clients in Indonesia, for businesses, for families and individuals, and for Indonesian-Expatriate Couples.

 

 

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Bali Visa Options for Short to Medium Stays

I have had a few people ask me recently about visas for staying longer than the usual tourist visa length, but not a long term visa so I decided to write a blog post about the various options. Indonesia offers a free visa for people from 169 countries. It is fairly safe to say most […]

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Dodgy expats in Bali

I was watching a TV show the other night called The Embassy. It is about the Australian embassy in Bangkok and how they deal with the various problems travelers run into. Anything from lost passports, to Aussie blokes having money troubles with their Thai girlfriends. Towards the end of one episode there was a story […]

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5 Reasons Everyone Should Learn to Dive in Bali

Scuba diving is one of those pursuits which everyone has to try at some point in their life. Bali is particularly famed for this type of activity, with the lush blue waters there serving as a perfect spot to give the pastime a try. Today, let’s run through five reasons everyone should learn to dive […]

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New free guide for expats living in Bali

I have just finished putting together a resource guide for expats living in Bali. It is a directory of the most common services and businesses that you will likely need while living in Bali. Here is the link. You can download it directly (no email sign up required!) If you have a business that caters […]

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7 tips for settling into life in Indonesia

Get used to lots of zeros Those visiting Indonesia and first time expats often comment on the vast exchange difference between the native currency – ‘Rupiah’ and their home countries currency. As of the time of writing (January 2017), 1 British pound is equivalent to over 16,000 rupiahs. Apart from feeling like a millionaire briefly […]

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