Indonesian Customs allows on entry a maximum of 1 litre of liquor, 200 cigarettes or 25 cigars or 100 grams of tobacco and a reasonable amount of perfume per adult. Cars, photographic equipment, typewriters and tape recorders must be declared to Customs upon entry and must be reexported. Prohibited from entry are TV sets, radios, narcotics, arms and ammunition, printed matter in Chinese characters and Chinese medicines.
Advance approval has to be acquired for carrying transceivers and all movie films and video cassettes must be censored by the Film Censor Board. Fresh fruits, plants and animals must have quarantine permits.
Currency import and export regulations:
Local currency (Indonesian Rupiah-IDR): amounts exceeding IDR 100,000,000.- require an approval from the Central Bank or External Affairs.
Foreign currencies: amounts exceeding IDR 100,000,000.- or equivalent must be declared.