The Hidden Treasure of Pogapa

The occupants of this village, the Moni tribe, lives in harmony along with nature and are gratefully blessed with fertile soil. They plant taro, one of the earliest cultivated plant similar to yams, which is their main source of food. Coffee is also one of the plants they manage traditionally.

Being the village with the only airstrip, Pogapa is the starting point to the other remote villages located in the mountains. Plane rides take 45 minutes and it is the one and only to reach Pogapa. The trek of Pogapa and other villages around it gives you the chance to see how the locals go on with their daily routines. Along with the scenery, enjoy the fresh air fabricated by the thick rainforest.

Set your plan to come here. Meet the people of Pogapa and see their daily activities; from their food processing in the kitchen to the traditional market. Enjoy spectacular view of mountains around and feel the real inner peace while you are here.

EMERGENCY TELEPHONE NUMBERS

Hello fellow climbers! For those of you visiting another country, it’s surely important to keep in handy emergency telephone numbers in case of an urgent situation. In Indonesia, there are a few important numbers you must know, which are:

  • Police: 110.
  • Ambulance: 118 dan 119.
  • Firefighter: 113 atau 1131.
  • National Search and Rescue (SAR): 115.
  • Natural Disaster Posts: 129.
  • Electricity Company: 123.
  • Cellular and Satellite Emergency: 112.
  • Public Informations: 108.

*To call these numbers, make sure to include the area codes. If you are calling through a home phone to the same area, there is no need to use the area codes

Telephone Area Codes throughout Indonesia:

Aceh

  • 0627 : Subulussalam City
  • 0629 : Kutacane (Southeast Aceh Regency)
  • 0641 : Kota Langsa
  • 0642 : Blang Kejeren (Gayo Lues Regency)
  • 0643 : Takengon (Central Aceh Regency)
  • 0644 : Bireuen (Bireuen Regency)
  • 0645 : Lhoksukon (Aceh Utara Regency), Lhoksumawe City
  • 0646 : Idi (West Aceh Regency)
  • 0650 : Sinabang (Simeulue Regency)
  • 0651 : Banda Aceh, Jantho, Lamno
  • 0652 : Sabang City
  • 0653 : Sigli (Pidie Regency)
  • 0654 : Calang (Aceh Jaya Regency)
  • 0655 : Meulaboh (West Aceh Regency)
  • 0656 : Tapaktuan (South Aceh Regency)
  • 0657 : Bakongan (South Aceh Regency)
  • 0658 : Singkil (Aceh Singkil Regency)
  • 0659 : Blangpidie (Southwest Aceh Regency)

North Sumatera

  • 061 : Medan City, Binjai, Stabat (Langkat Regency), Lubuk Pakam (Deli Serdang Regency), Perbaungan – Cermin Beach (Serdang Bedagai Regency)
  • 0620 : Pangkalan Brandan (Langkat Regency)
  • 0621 : Tebing Tinggi City, Sei Rampah (Serdang Bedagai Regency)
  • 0622 : Kota Pematangsiantar, Pematang Raya (Simalungun Regency), Limapuluh (Batu Bara Regency)
  • 0623 : Kisaran (Asahan Regency), Kota Tanjung Balai
  • 0624 : Rantau Prapat (Labuhanbatu Regency), Aek Kanopan (North Labuhanbatu Regency), Pinang City (South Labuhanbatu Regency)
  • 0625 : Parapat (Simalungun Regency), Ajibata (Toba Samosir Regency), Simanindo (Samosir Regency)
  • 0626 : Pangururan (Samosir Regency)
  • 0627 : Sidikalang (Dairi Regency), Salak (Pakpak Bharat Regency)
  • 0628 : Kabanjahe (Karo Regency), Sibolangit (Deli Serdang Regency)
  • 0630 : Teluk Dalam (South Nias Regency)
  • 0631 : Kota Sibolga, Pandan (Central Tapanuli Regency)
  • 0632 : Balige (Toba Samosir Regency)
  • 0633 : Tarutung (North Tapanuli Regency), Dolok Sanggul (Humbang Hasundutan Regency)
  • 0634 : Kota Padang Sidempuan, Sipirok (South Tapanuli Regency)
  • 0635 : Gunung Tua (North Padang Lawas Regency)
  • 0636 : Panyabungan (Mandailing Natal Regency), Sibuhuan (Padang Lawas Regency)
  • 0639 : Sitoli Mountain

West Sumatera

  • 0751 : Padang City, Pariaman City, Padang Pariaman Regency
  • 0752 : Bukittinggi City, Padang Panjang City, Payakumbuh City, Tanah Datar Regency, Agam Regency
  • 0753 : Pasaman Regency, West Pasaman Regency
  • 0754 : Sawahlunto City, Sijunjung Regency, Dharmasraya Regency
  • 0755 : Solok City, South Solok Regency, Arosuka (Solok Regency)
  • 0756 : Painan (South Coast Regency)
  • 0757 : Renah Indojati
  • 0759 : Mentawai Islands Regency

Riau

  • 0760 : Teluk Kuantan (Kuantan Singingi Regency)
  • 0761 : Pekanbaru, Pangkalan Kerinci (Pelalawan Regency), Minas – Tualang (Siak Regency)
  • 0762 : Bangkinang (Kampar Regency), Pasir Pengaraian (Rokan Hulu Regency)
  • 0763 : Selatpanjang (Meranti Islands Regency)
  • 0764 : Siak Sri Indrapura (Siak Regency)
  • 0765 : Dumai City, Duri (Bengkalis Regency), Bagan Batu (Rokan Hilir Regency), Ujung Tanjung (Rokan Hilir Regency)
  • 0766 : Bengkalis (Bengkalis Regency)
  • 0767 : Bagansiapiapi (Rokan Hilir Regency)
  • 0768 : Tembilahan (Indragiri Hilir Regency)
  • 0769 : Rengat – Air Molek (Indragiri Hulu)
  • 0624 : Panipahan (Rokan Hilir Regency)

Riau Islands

  • 0770 : Batam Industrial Zone (Mukakuning)
  • 0771 : Tanjungpinang City and Bintan Regency
  • 0772 : Tarempa (Anambas Islands Regency)
  • 0773 : Ranai (Natuna Regency)
  • 0776 : Dabosingkep (Lingga Regency)
  • 0777 : Tanjung Balai Karimun (Karimun Regency)
  • 0778 : Batam City
  • 0779 : Tanjungbatu (Karimun Regency)

Jambi

  • 0740 : Mendahara – Muara Sabak (East Tanjung Jabung Regency)
  • 0741 : Jambi City
  • 0742 : Kualatungkal (West Tanjung Jabung Regency) – Tebingtinggijambi
  • 0743 : Muara Bulian (Batanghari Regency)
  • 0744 : Muara Tebo (Tebo Regency)
  • 0745 : Sarolangun (Sarolangun Regency)
  • 0746 : Bangko (Merangin Regency)
  • 0747 : Muarabungo (Bungo Regency)
  • 0748 : Sungai Penuh and Kerinci Regency

South Sumatera

  • 0702 : Tebing Tinggi (Empat Lawang Regency)
  • 0711 : Palembang City, Pangkalan Balai – Betung (Banyuasin Regency), Indralaya (Ogan Ilir Regency)
  • 0712 : Kayu Agung (Ogan Komering Ilir Regency), Tanjung Raja (Ogan Ilir Regency)
  • 0713 : Prabumulih, Pendopo Talang Ubi (Muara Enim Regency)
  • 0714 : Sekayu (Musi Banyuasin Regency)
  • 0730 : Pagar Alam, Agung City (Lahat Regency)
  • 0731 : Lahat (Lahat Regency)
  • 0733 : Lubuklinggau City, Muara Beliti (Musi Rawas Regency)
  • 0734 : Muara Enim (Muara Enim Regency)
  • 0735 : Baturaja (Ogan Komering Ulu Regency), Martapura (West Ogan Komering Ulu Regency), Muaradua (South Ogan Komering Ulu Regency)

Bangka Belitung Islands

  • 0715 : Belinyu (Bangka Regency)
  • 0716 : Muntok (West Bangka Regency)
  • 0717 : Pangkal Pinang, Sungailiat (Bangka Regency)
  • 0718 : Koba (Central Bangka Regency), Toboali (South Bangka Regency)
  • 0719 : Manggar (East Belitung Regency), Tanjung Pandan (Belitung Regency)

Bengkulu

  • 0732 : Curup (Rejang Lebong Regency)
  • 0736 : Bengkulu, Lais (Bengkulu Utara Regency)
  • 0737 : Arga Makmur (Bengkulu Utara Regency), Mukomuko (Mukomuko Regency)
  • 0738 : Muara Aman (Lebong Regency)
  • 0739 : Bintuhan (Kaur Regency), Kota Manna (South Bengkulu Regency)

Lampung

  • 0721 : Bandar Lampung, Gedong Tataan – Tegineneng (Pesawaran Regency), Natar – Jati Agung (South Lampung Regency)
  • 0722 : Agung City (Tanggamus Regency)
  • 0723 : Blambangan Umpu (Way Kanan Regency)
  • 0724 : Kotabumi (North Lampung Regency)
  • 0725 : Metro City, Sugih Mountain (Central Lampung Regency), Sukadana (East Lampung Regency)
  • 0726 : Menggala (Tulang Bawang Regency), West Tulang Bawang Regency, Wiralaga Mulya (Mesuji Regency)
  • 0727 : Kalianda (South Lampung Regency), Punduh Pidada (Pesawaran Regency)
  • 0728 : Liwa (West Lampung Regency), Krui (West Coast Regency)
  • 0729 : Pringsewu (Pringsewu Regency)

Jakarta

  • 021 : Seribu Islands, West Jakarta, Central Jakarta, South Jakarta, East Jakarta, North Jakarta

Banten

  • 021 : Tigaraksa (Tangerang Regency), Tangerang, South Tangerang (Pamulang)
  • 0252 : Rangkasbitung (Lebak Regency)
  • 0253 : Pandeglang – Labuan (Pandeglang Regency)
  • 0254 : Serang, Serang Regency, Merak (Cilegon)
  • 0257 : Cinangka (Serang Regency)

West Java

  • 021 : Bekasi, Bekasi Regency, Depok except Sawangan and Bojongsari, Cibinong – Cileungsi – Klapanunggal – Jonggol – Sukamakmur – Cariu – Tanjungsari(Bogor Regency)
  • 022 : Bandung, Cimahi, Soreang (Bandung Regency), Lembang – Ngamprah (West Bandung Regency)
  • 0231 : Cirebon, Sumber – Losari (Cirebon Regency)
  • 0232 : Kuningan Regency
  • 0233 : Majalengka Regency
  • 0234 : Indramayu Regency
  • 0251 : Bogor, Sawangan – Bojongsari (Depok), Bogor Regency except Cibinong, Cileungsi, Klapanunggal, Jonggol, Sukamakmur, Cariu, and Tanjungsari
  • 0260 : Subang
  • 0261 : Sumedang
  • 0262 : Garut
  • 0263 : Cianjur
  • 0264 :  Purwakarta, Cikampek ( Karawang)
  • 0265 : Tasikmalaya, Kadipaten – Singaparna (Tasikmalaya Regency), Banjar City, Ciamis Regency, Pangandaran Regency
  • 0266 : Sukabumi, Palabuhanratu (Sukabumi Regency), Gekbrong (Cianjur Regency)
  • 0267 : Karawang Regency

Central Java

  • 024 – Semarang, Ungaran, Demak (Mranggen, Sayung)
  • 0271 – Surakarta (Solo), Kartasura, Sukoharjo, Karanganyar, Sragen, partially Boyolali
  • 0272 – Klaten
  • 0273 – Wonogiri, Purwantoro, Pracimantoro
  • 0274 – Prambanan, Klaten (region border near Yogyakarta)
  • 0275 – Purworejo, Kutoarjo
  • 0276 – Boyolali
  • 0280 – Majenang, Sidareja (Cilacap regency west region)
  • 0281 – Purwokerto, Banyumas, Sumpiuh, Purbalingga
  • 0282 – Cilacap (East side), Kebasen (region border near Cilacap)
  • 0283 – Tegal, Slawi, Brebes (except Bumiayu)
  • 0284 – Pemalang, Tegal (East side)
  • 0285 – Pekalongan, Batang (West side), Comal
  • 0286 – Banjarnegara, Wonosobo
  • 0287 – Kebumen, Karanganyar, Gombong, Tambak (region border near Kebumen)
  • 0289 – Bumiayu, Paguyangan (Brebes Regency south region)
  • 0291 – Demak (except Mranggen, Sayung), Jepara, Kudus
  • 0292 – Grobogan, Purwodadi
  • 0293 – Magelang, Mungkid, Temanggung
  • 0294 – Kendal, Kaliwungu, Weleri, Batang (East side)
  • 0295 – Pati, Rembang, Lasem
  • 0296 – Blora, Cepu
  • 0297 – Karimun Jawa
  • 0298 – Salatiga, Ambarawa (Semarang regency south and center region)
  • 0299 – Nusakambangan
  • 0356 – Rembang east region (region border near Tuban)

Yogyakarta

  • 0274 –Yogyakarta, Sleman, Bantul, Gunung Kidul, Kulon Progo

East Java

  • 031 – Surabaya, Gresik, Sidoarjo, Bangkalan
  • 0321 – Mojokerto, Jombang
  • 0322 – Lamongan, Babat
  • 0323 – Sampang
  • 0324 – Pamekasan
  • 0325 – Sangkapura (Bawean)
  • 0327 – Kangean Islands, Masalembu Islands
  • 0328 – Sumenep
  • 0331 – Jember (except Ambulu & Puger)
  • 0332 – Bondowoso, Sukosari, Prajekan
  • 0333 – Banyuwangi, Genteng, Muncar
  • 0334 – Lumajang
  • 0335 – Probolinggo, Kraksaan
  • 0336 – Ambulu, Puger (Jember Regency South Region)
  • 0338 – Situbondo, Besuki
  • 0341 – Malang, Kepanjen, Batu
  • 0342 – Blitar, Wlingi
  • 0343 – Pasuruan, Pandaan, Gempol
  • 0351 – Madiun, Caruban, Magetan, Ngawi
  • 0352 – Ponorogo
  • 0353 – Bojonegoro
  • 0354 – Kediri, Pare
  • 0355 – Tulungagung, Trenggalek
  • 0356 – Tuban
  • 0357 – Pacitan
  • 0358 – Nganjuk, Kertosono

Bali

  • 0361 – Denpasar, Gianyar, Badung, Tabanan (except Baturiti), Tampaksiring, Ubud (Gianyar), Nusa Dua, Kuta (Badung), Sanur (South Denpasar)
  • 0362 – Singaraja (Buleleng Regency)
  • 0363 – Amlapura (Karangasem Regency)
  • 0365 – Negara, Gilimanuk (Jembrana Regency)
  • 0366 – Klungkung, Bangli
  • 0368 – Baturiti (Tabanan)

West Nusa Tenggara

  • 0364 – Kota Mataram
  • 0370 – Mataram, Praya
  • 0371 – Sumbawa
  • 0372 – Alas, Taliwang
  • 0373 – Dompu
  • 0374 – Bima
  • 0376 – Selong

East Nusa Tenggara

  • 0380 – Kupang, Baa (Roti)
  • 0381 – Ende
  • 0382 – Maumere
  • 0383 – Larantuka
  • 0384 – Bajawa
  • 0385 – Labuhanbajo, Ruteng
  • 0386 – Kalabahi
  • 0387 – Waingapu, Waikabubak
  • 0388 – Kefamenanu, Soe
  • 0389 – Atambua

West Kalimantan

  • 0561 – Pontianak, Mempawah
  • 0562 – Sambas, Singkawang, Bengkayang
  • 0563 – Ngabang
  • 0564 – Sanggau
  • 0565 – Sintang
  • 0567 – Putussibau
  • 0568 – Nanga Pinoh
  • 0534 – Ketapang

Central Kalimantan

  • 0513 – Muara Teweh
  • 0522 – Ampah (Center District, East Barito)
  • 0525 – Buntok
  • 0526 – Tamiang Layang
  • 0528 – Purukcahu
  • 0531 – Sampit
  • 0532 – Pangkalan Bun, Kumai
  • 0536 – Palangkaraya, Kasongan
  • 0537 – Kuala Kurun
  • 0538 – Kuala Pembuang
  • 0539 – Kuala Kuayan (Mentaya Hulu, East Kotawaringin)

South Kalimantan

  • 0511 – Banjarmasin, Banjarbaru, Martapura, Marabahan
  • 0512 – Pelaihari
  • 0517 – Kandangan, Barabai, Rantau, Negara
  • 0518 – Kotabaru, Batulicin
  • 0526 – Tanjung, Balangan
  • 0527 – Amuntai

East Kalimantan

  • 0541 – Samarinda, Tenggarong
  • 0542 – Balikpapan
  • 0543 – Tanah Grogot
  • 0545 – Melak
  • 0548 – Bontang
  • 0549 – Sangatta
  • 0554 – Tanjung Redeb (Berau)

Kalimantan Utara

  • 0551 – Tarakan, Bunyu
  • 0552 – Tanjungselor, Tana Tidung
  • 0553 – Malinau
  • 0556 – Nunukan

North Sulawesi

  • 0430 – Amurang (South Minahasa Regency)
  • 0431 – Manado, Tomohon, Tondano
  • 0432 – Tahuna (Sangihe Island Regency)
  • 0434 – Kotamobagu
  • 0438 – Bitung

Gorontalo

  • 0435 – Gorontalo, Limboto
  • 0443 – Marisa

Central Sulawesi

  • 0445 – Buol
  • 0450 – Parigi
  • 0451 – Palu
  • 0452 – Poso
  • 0453 – Tolitoli
  • 0454 – Tinombo
  • 0457 – Donggala
  • 0458 – Tentena
  • 0461 – Luwuk
  • 0462 – Banggai
  • 0463 – Bunta
  • 0464 – Ampana
  • 0465 – Kolonedale
  • 0455 – Kota Raya, Moutong

West Sulawesi

  • 0422 – Majene
  • 0426 – Mamuju
  • 0428 – Polewali

South Sulawesi

  • 0410 – Pangkep
  • 0411 – Makassar, Maros, Sungguminasa
  • 0413 – Bulukumba, Bantaeng
  • 0414 – Kepulauan Selayar
  • 0417 – Malino
  • 0418 – Takalar
  • 0419 – Jeneponto
  • 0420 – Enrekang
  • 0421 – Parepare, Pinrang
  • 0423 – Makale, Rantepao
  • 0427 – Barru
  • 0471 – Palopo
  • 0472 – Pitumpanua
  • 0473 – Masamba
  • 0474 – Malili
  • 0475 – Soroako
  • 0481 – Watampone
  • 0482 – Sinjai
  • 0484 – Watansoppeng
  • 0485 – Sengkang

Southeast Sulawesi

  • 0401 – Kendari
  • 0402 – Baubau
  • 0403 – Raha
  • 0404 – Wanci
  • 0405 – Kolaka
  • 0408 – Kota Unaaha

Maluku

  • 0910 – Bandanaira
  • 0911 – Ambon
  • 0913 – Namlea
  • 0914 – Masohi
  • 0915 – Bula
  • 0916 – Tual
  • 0917 – Dobo
  • 0918 – Saumlaku
  • 0921 – Soasiu, Sofifi
  • 0922 – Jailolo
  • 0923 – Morotai
  • 0924 – Tobelo
  • 0927 – Labuha
  • 0929 – Sanana
  • 0931 – Saparua

Papua

  • 0901 – Timika, Tembagapura
  • 0902 – Agats (Asmat)
  • 0951 – Sorong
  • 0952 – Teminabuan
  • 0955 – Bintuni
  • 0956 – Fakfak
  • 0957 – Kaimana
  • 0966 – Sarmi
  • 0967 – Jayapura, Abepura
  • 0969 – Wamena
  • 0971 – Merauke
  • 0975 – Tanahmerah
  • 0980 – Ransiki
  • 0981 – Biak
  • 0983 – Serui
  • 0984 – Nabire
  • 0985 – Nabire
  • 0986 – Manokwari

For those of you coming out of the country, this additional information might be helpful for you:

  1. EMBASSY OF ZIMBABWE
    Address: Jl. Patra Kuningan 7/15
    No.Telp : (62-21) 5221378
  2. EMBASSY OF GREEK (Schengen Country)
    Address: Plaza 89, 12th floor, Jl. H.R. Rasuna Said Kav. X-7 No. 6, Kuningan, Jakarta 12540
    Phone: (62-21) 520-7776
    Fax: (62-21) 520-7753
    Email: grembas@cbn.net.id
  3. EMBASSY OF YORDANIA
    Address: Gedung Artha Graha Lt.9, Jl. Jendral Sudirman Kav.52-53, Jakarta 12190
    Phone: (62-21) 5153483 s/d 84
    Fax: (62-21) 5153482
    Email: jordanem@scbd.net.id
    Website: www.jordanembassy.or.id
  4. EMBASSY OF VIETNAM
    Address: Jl.Teuku Umar No.25, Menteng Jakarta 10350
    Phone: (62-21) 9100163, 3158537 (Hunting-Visa,General Affairs),3100358
    Fax: (62-21) 3149615, 3904946
  5. EMBASSY OF VENIZUELA
    Address: Menara Mulia, Lt.20 Suite 2005, Jl.Jend. Gatot Subroto Kav.9-11, Jakarta Selatan 12930
    Phone: (62-21) 522-7547, 522-7548
    Fax: (62-21) 522-7549
    Email: evenjakt@indo.net.id, evenjak@cbn.net.id
  6. EMBASSY OF TURKEY
    Address: Jl. HR Rasuna Said Kav.1, Jakarta 12950
    Phone: (62-21) 5256250
    Fax: (62-21) 5226056
  7. EMBASSY OF TUNISIA
    Address: Wisma Dharmala Sakti Lt.11, Jl.Jend Sudirman No.32, Jakarta 10220, Po Box 6435 Jakarta 10064
    Phone: 021.5703432, 5704220
    Fax: 021. 5700016
    Email: embtun@uninet.net.id
  8. EMBASSY OF TAIWAN
    Address: Gedung Artha Graha Lt.12, Jl. Jendral Sudirman Kav.52-53, Jakarta 12190
    Phone: (62-21) 5151111
    Fax: (62-21) 5152910
  9. EMBASSY OF SWISS
    Address: Jl. H.R. Rasuna Said Kav. X3-2, Kuningan, Jakarta Selatan 12950
    Phone: (62-21) 525-6061, 5256521
    Fax: (62-21) 520-2289
    Email: swiemjak@rad.net.id, vertretung@jak.rep.admin.ch
    Website: www.swissembassy.or.id
  10. EMBASSY OF SWEDIA (Schengen Country)
    Address : Menara Rajawali, 9th Floor, Jl. Mega Kuningan Lot No. 5.1, Kawasan Mega Kuningan Jakarta 12950, (PO Box 2824, Jakarta 10001)
    Phone: (62-21) 25535900, 576-2690
    Fax. : (62-21) 5762610, 576-2691
    Email : sweden@cbn.net.id
    Website : www.swedemb-jakarta.com/
  11. EMBASSY OF SPANYOL (Schengen Country)
    Address: Jl. H. Agus Salim No. 61, Menteng, Jakarta Pusat 10350
    Phone: (62-21) 31935937, 31935136
    Fax: (62-21) 325996
  12. EMBASSY OF RUSIA
    Address: Jl. H. R. Rasuna Said Kav. 7 No. 1-2, Kuningan, Jakarta Selatan 12950
    No.Telp : (62-21) 522-2912, 522-2914
    Fax: (62-21) 522-2916, 522-2915
    Email: rusembjkt@dnet.net.id
  13. EMBASSY OF ROMANIA
    Address: Jl. Teuku Cik Ditiro No. 42A, Menteng, Jakarta Pusat 10310
    Phone: (62-21) 310-6240, 310-6241
    Fax: (62-21) 390-7759
    Email: ambromin@indosat.net.id
  14. EMBASSY OF PRANCIS (Schengen Country)
    Address: Jl. M.H. Thamrin No. 20, Menteng, Jakarta Pusat 10310
    Phone: (62-21) 314-2807, 314-3338
    Fax: (62-21) 392-9678
    Email: ambfrykt@uninet.net.id
  15. EMBASSY OF PORTUGAL (Schengen Country)
    Address: Jl. Indramayu 2A, Menteng
    Phone: (62-21) 31908030
    Fax: (62-21) 31908031
    Email: porembjak@cbn.net.id
  16. EMBASSY OF POLANDIA
    Address: Jl. H.R. Rasuna Said Kav. X Blok IV3, Kuningan, Jakarta 12950
    Phone: (62-21) 252-5938/9, 252-5940/42
    Fax: (62-21) 252-5958
    Email: plembjkt@rad.net.id
  17. EMBASSY OF PAPUA NUGINI
    Address: Panin Bank Centre Lt.6, Jl.Jend Sudirman No.1 Jakarta 10270
    Phone: (62-21) 7251218
    Fax. : (62-21) 7201012
  18. EMBASSY OF PANAMA
    Address: World Trade Center, lt 13, Jl. Jendral Sudirman Kav 29-31
    Phone: 021. 5711867 – 570218
    Fax : 021. 5711933
    Email: panaemb@net2cyber.web.id
  19. EMBASSY OF PAKISTAN
    Address: Jl.Lembang No.10 , Menteng Jakarta 10350
    Phone: (62-21) 3103947, 3103942
    Fax: (62-21) 3103945
  20. EMBASSY OF NORWEGIA (Schengen Country)
    Address: Menara Rajawali Building, 25th floor, Kawasan Mega Kuningan Lot 5.1, Jakarta Selatan 12950
    Phone: (62-21) 576-1523, 576-1524
    Fax: (62-21) 576-1537
    Email: emb.jakarta@mfa.no
    Website: www.norwayemb-indonesia.org
  21. EMBASSY OF NIGERIA
    Address: Jl. Taman Patra XIV No. 11ñ11 A, Kuningan Timur Jakarta 12950 Po Box 3649
    Phone: (62-21) 5260922-23
    Fax: (62-21) 5260924, 52600924
  22. EMBASSY OF NEW ZEALAND
    Address : Sentral Senayan II Building lt 10/Jl Asia Afrika Senayan
    Phone: (62-21) 57954120
    Fax: (62-21) 57954124
    Email : nzisjakarta@dol.govt.nz
    Phone: (62-21) 5761026 s/d 27, 576-1039
    Fax. : (62-21) 5761034
    Website : id.china-embassy.org/indo/Isgw/t425378.htm
  23. EMBASSY OF NEW ZEALAND
    Address : Sentral Senayan II Building lt 10/Jl Asia Afrika Senayan
    Phone: (62-21) 57954120
    Fax. : (62-21) 57954124
    Email : nzisjakarta@dol.govt.nz
  24. EMBASSY OF MESIR
    Address : Jl. Teuku Umar No. 68, Menteng, Jakarta Pusat
    No. Phone: (62-21) 314 3440, 335 350, 331141
    Fax. : (62-21) 314 5073
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  25. EMBASSY OF LYBIA
    Address : Jl. Pekalongan No. 24 Menteng, Jakarta10310
    Phone: (62-21) 31935308, 3159552
    Fax. : (62-21) 2302705, 31900383
  26. EMBASSY OF KOREA SELATAN
    Address : Jl.Jend.Gatot Subroto Kav 57 Jakarta Selatan Po Box 4187 JKTM
    Phone: (62-21) 5201915 (8 lines),5208950
    Fax. : (62-21) 5254159
  27. EMBASSY OF JERMAN (Schengen Country)
    Address : Jl. M.H. Thamrin No. 1, Menteng, Jakarta Pusat 10310
    Phone: (62-21) 3901750
    No. Fax 62-21) 3901757
    Email : germany@rad.net.id
    Website : www.germanembjkt.or.id/
  28. EMBASSY OF JEPANG
    Address : Jl. M.H. Thamrin No. 24, Jakarta 10350
    Phone: (62-21) 31924308
    Fax. : (62-21) 315-7156
    Website : www.id.emb-japan.go.jp. Daftar Alamat EMBASSY OF di Jakarta, Indonesia
  29. EMBASSY OF ITALI (Schengen Country)
    Address : Jl. Diponegoro No. 45, Menteng, Jakarta Pusat 10310
    Phone: (62-21) 3901750, 337445
    Fax. : (62-21) 3901757, 337422
    Email : italemba@rad.net.id, italemea@rad.net.id
    Website : www.italambjkt.or.id
  30. EMBASSY OF INGGRIS
    Address : Gedung Deutsche Bank lt 19, Jl. Iman Bonjol No. 80
    Phone: (62-21) 3907484
    Fax. : (62-21)3160858
  31. EMBASSY OF INDIA
    Address : Jl.H.R.Rasuna Said Kav S-1, Kuningan Jakarta 12950
    Phone: (62-21) 5204150,5204152,5204157
    Fax. : (62-21) 5204160
    Email : coiisi@indo.net.id
    Website : www.coijakarta.or.id/
  32. EMBASSY OF HONGARIA
    Address : Jl. H.R. Rasuna Said Kav. X-3, Kuningan, Jakarta Selatan 12950
    Phone: (62-21) 520-3459, 520-3460
    Fax. : (62-21) 520-3461
    Email : huembjkt@rad.net.id
  33. EMBASSY OF FINLANDIA (Schengen Country)
    Address : Menara Rajawali, 9th floor, Jalan Mega Kuningan, Lot No. 5.1 Kawasan Mega Kuningan, Jakarta 12950
    Phone: (62-21) 576-1650
    Fax. : (62-21) 576-1631
    Email : sanomat.jak@formin.fi, finemb@dnet.net.id
    Website : www.finembjak.com/
  34. EMBASSY OF DENMARK (Schengen Country)
    Address : Menara Rajawali Lt.25, Jl.Mega Kuningan Lot No.5.1, Jakarta 12950
    Phone: (62-21) 5761478
    Fax. : (62-21) 5761535
    Email : dkemb9@cbn.net.id
    Website : www.emb-denmark.or.id
  35. EMBASSY OF CHINA
    Address : Jl. Mega Kuningan No. 2 Karet Kuningan, Jakarta Selatan 12950
  36. EMBASSY OF CEKO
    Address : Jl.Gereja Theresia No.20 Menteng, Jakarta 10350, P.O.Box 1319
    Phone: (62-21) 3904075,3904076,3904077
    Fax. : (62-21) 336282
    Email : Jakarta@embassy.mzv.cz
    Website : www.czech-embassy.or.id
  37. EMBASSY OF CANADA
    Address : World Trade Centre, 6th Floor, Jl. Jend. Sudirman, Kav. 29, Jakarta 12920
    Phone: (62-21) 525-0709
    Fax. : (62-21) 571-2251, 5701650
    Email : jkarta@dfait-maeci.gc.ca
    Website : www.dfait-maeci.gc.ca/jakarta/
  38. EMBASSY OF CAMBODIA
    Address : Jl. TB. Simatupang Kav 13, Jakarta Selatan
    Phone: (62-21)7812523
    Fax. : (62-21)7812524
  39. EMBASSY OF BURMA/MYANMAR
    Address : Jl. H Agus Salim No 109, Menteng, Jakarta Pusat 10350
    Phone: (62-21) 3140440, 327-684
    Fax. : (62-21) 327204
    Email : myanmar@cbn.net.id
  40. EMBASSY OF BULGARIA
    Address : Jl.Imam Bonjol No.34-36,Menteng Jakarta 10310
    Phone: (62-21) 3904048
    Fax. : (62-21) 390404
  41. EMBASSY OF BRAZIL
    Address : Menara Mulia Building, 16th floor, Jl.Jend. Gatot Subroto Kav. 9-11, Jakarta Selatan 12930
    Phone: (62-21) 526-5656, 526-5657, 526-5658
    Fax. : (62-21) 526-5659
    Email : brasemb@rad.net.id
  42. EMBASSY OF BESAR UKRAINA
    Alamat :Jl. Simprug Permata I/39
    Phone7267575, 7205356
  43. EMBASSY OF BELGIA (Schengen Country)
    Address : Deutsche Bank Building Lt.16, Jl.Imam Bonjol No.80, Menteng Jakarta 10310
    Phone: (62-21) 3162030
    Fax. : (62-21) 3162035
    Email : Jakarta@diplobel.org
  44. EMBASSY OF BELANDA (Schengen Country)
    Address : Jl.H.R.Rasuna Said Kav.S-3 Kuningan Jakarta 12950
    Phone: (62-21) 5271904 ( Perjanjian Visa), 5251515, 5248200
    Fax. : (62-21) 5700734
    Email : nlgovjak@attglobal.net
    Website : www.neth-embassy-jakarta.org
  45. EMBASSY OF AUSTRIA(Schengen Country) alamat sementara di kedutaan Hongaria
    Address : Jl HR Rasuna Said Kav X-3 Kuningan
    Phone: (62-21) 2593037
    Fax. : (62-21) 520-3461
    Email : auambjak@rad.net.id
  46. EMBASSY OF AUSTRALIA
    Address : Jl. H.R. Rasuna Said Kav. C15-16, Kuningan, Jakarta Selatan 12940
    Phone: (62-21) 25505555 s/d 60
    Fax. : (62-21) 522-7101, 526-1690
    Email : public.affairsjakt@dfat.gov.au
    Website : www.austembjak.or.id
  47. EMBASSY OF AUSTRALIA
    Address : Jl. H.R. Rasuna Said Kav. C15-16, Kuningan, Jakarta Selatan 12940
    Phone: (62-21) 25505555 s/d 60
    Fax. : (62-21) 522-7101, 526-1690
    Email : public.affairsjakt@dfat.gov.au
    Website : www.austembjak.or.id
  48. EMBASSY OF ARGENTINA
    Address : Menara Thamrin No. 16, Jl. MH Thamrin
    Phone: 021.2303761
    Email : jakconsul@state.go
  49. EMBASSY OF AMERIKA
    Address : Jl. Medan Merdeka Selatan No. 5, Jakarta Pusat 10110
    Phone: (62-21) 34359888,34359000 untuk informasi, 3452016 EX 300 KHUSUS UNTUK VISA STUDENT
    Alamat E-mail : jktconsul@stage.gov
    Website : www.usembassyjakarta.org, www.evisaform.state.gov
  50. EMBASSY OF ALJAZAIR
    Address : Jl. HR Rasuna Said Kuningan
    Phone: 021.5254719
    Fax. : 021.5254654
  51. EMBASSY OF ALGERIA
    Address : Jl.HR Rasuna Said Kav 10-1 Kuningan Jakarta 12950
    Phone: (62-21) 5254719, 5254809
    Fax. : (62-21) 5254654
  52. EMBASSY OF AFRIKA SELATAN
    Address : Wisma GKBI Lt.7 Suite 705, Jl.Jend Sudirman No.28, Jakarta 10210
    Phone: (62-21) 5740660
    Fax. : (62-21) 5740661
    Email : saembjak@centrin.net.id
    Website : www.saembassy-jakarta.or.id

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https://id.ccm.net/faq/952-daftar-kode-telepon-di-indonesia

https://visit-papua.blogspot.com/2016/05/nomor-penting-papua.html

Guide Tips on Visiting Timika

When it comes to Timika City, it is no longer unfamiliar with the city built alongside the world’s largest mining company from the United States, Freeport-McMoran Copper & Gold Inc., which mines copper, gold and silver ore miles away in the mountains. The complexity of Grasberg mine situated right in the heart of the mineral zone is one of the largest coppers and gold extraction in the world.

In addition, there have been more supplementary copper and gold noted around the hills of Jayawijaya. Not only that, the city is also popular with estuaries, beaches, snowy mountain peaks, and recreational hunting/fishing.

The city of Timika is surrounded by tropical rainforests, where the air temperature can feel hot and humid, but also balanced by heavy rainfalls making the air cooler and more pleasant. However, there is a slight change of atmosphere when stepping foot in this small city into another district, Kuala Kencana. From a not so advanced small town into an area so elite and conceptual.

The Kuala Kencana area has a smooth and wide paved road, a small meadow in the middle of the roundabouts with lit streetlights at night, even having a statue with fountains in the middle of the city the locals consider sightseeing. The residential area looks American-style houses with a fairly large lawn and the distance between the houses is quite spacious.

As the capital of Mimika Regency, Timika is surrounded by several districts, including:

  • East Mimika
  • Middle East Mimika
  • Far East Mimika
  • West Mimika
  • Far West Mimika
  • Middle West Mimika
  • New Mimika
  • Kuala Kencana
  • Tembagapura
  • Agimuga
  • Jila
  • Jita

History of Timika

Timika is inseparable from the history of Mimika Regency which was originally a sub-district from the Fakfak Regency which later became the Autonomous District in 1999. The area is around 20,093 km2 with high and low topography.

Mimika is inhabited by seven indigenous tribes, of which two large tribes including Amungme inhabit the mountainous and Kamoro region in the coastal region. The other five tribes are still in kinship originating from other regions but have long lived in Mimika Regency, namely the Dani / Lani, Damal, Mee, Nduga and Moni tribes.

Ways of getting to Timika

  • Airplane

The only way to reach Timika by air is landing at Moses Kilangin Airport which is managed by PT Airfast Aviation Facility Company (AVCO) for PT Freeport Indonesia (PTFI) activities. Airlines serving the Timika route are Garuda Indonesia, Sriwijaya Airlines and Airfast. Airfast is the company’s airline specialized PTFI’s employees, consultants or guests to travel.

  • Ship

The sea route to Timika is reachable through Makassar or Manado with the fastest time, two to three weeks. There are two ports in Timika, namely Pomako Port which is located 66 km from Timika for public use and Amamapare Port specifically for PTFI. From the port, small boats are available to navigate the rivers of rural areas, such as Kamoros, Pikapu, Jaramay and Mimika

Climate in Timika

The climate in Timika is classified as tropical with an average annual temperature of 25.9°C. The average annual rainfall is 3340 mm, a lot of rainfall in Timika Jaya, even in the driest month.

Regional Languages in Timika

Although there are seven tribes that wander Timika, the language used are the two large tribes of the indigenous people, namely the tribes of Amungme and Kamoro. Generally, migrants still use Indonesian for daily communication. Other than that, accents may vary along with the many tribes and culture populating Timika.

Do’s and Don’ts

  • Be friendly and smile
  • Try not to wear flashy/expensive items such as jewelry etc.
  • Regularly check your wallets, phones and hold on to your bag when walking through a crowded area
  • Keep Indonesian cash on you at all times
  • Remember to always have identification on you
  • Be cautious when going into the streets at nighttime
  • Do not excessively act on something you think is peculiar
  • If you get into a situation of dealing with street merchants that start insisting on selling you products you don’t really need, feel free to reject their offers by saying tidak, meaning “no”
  • Prepare anti-mosquito lotions or get yourself vaccinated with antimalarial vaccine
  • Bring antiseptic practical

As long as you keep things lowkey and stay away from problematic situations, you will remain safe. You should trust your intuition and try to get out of the situations which could possibly become dangerous for you. In the end, we will only tell you one more thing and it refers to basic words s. Terima kasih is the Indonesian phrase for “thank you”. Keep that in mind

Best Tips to Keep Yourself in Great Condition before Summit!

Hello Climbers! How is your preparation to climb Carstensz? Of course, you have prepared a variety of climbing tools and supplies that are enough to climb to the top of Carstensz. Do not forget to maintain your health before climbing. Here are some tips on what to do to help you summit healthily:

  1. Eat well and sleep enough.

Carstensz is different from other mountains in Indonesia. The weather at Carstensz tends to be rainy and sometimes snowy. Climbers sometimes tend to sleep at tents and not interested to do other activity when facing this condition. In fact, adequate food intake is needed so that stamina is maintained during the ascent. In addition, sleep for ± 6 hours before climbing will help you stay fit and awake when climbing in the early hours.

2. Acclimatize for 1-2 days.

Carstensz Peak is at an altitude of 4884 masl. You have to take a helicopter from Timika for about 20 minutes to get to Basecamp. The temperature in Timika tends to warm to hot, while in the Basecamp area is very cold. In a short time, you will feel the temperature difference that is very large when leaving from Timika to Carstensz. Most climbers will feel an unbearable headache and choose to rest in a tent. If you want to get rid of the opportunity to get to the top, continue to sleep; if not, get up and acclimatize (adjusting body temperature to the surrounding area). There are some climbers who fail before going to the top because they choose to stay sleep, take medication and end up unable to continue the expedition because their conditions are getting weaker. To avoid this situation, you must acclimatize by walking in the area around Basecamp for 2-3 hours. Take photos for a moment and enjoy the incredible natural scenery, while training your body with the altitude while occasionally doing light exercise near the climbing track. Your body will slowly adjust to the cold temperature at Carstensz.

3. Bring enough food to the summit.

You will begin the climb to the Carstensz Peak between 3:00 to 4:00 in the morning. Don’t forget to eat the food prepared by Cook, so that your body is strong enough to climb the stone wall. You need to bring enough supplies like 1 bottle of water (1 Liter), snacks (chocolate, bread, biscuits), and medicines needed. Avoid carrying too many things because you need a lot of energy to get to the top.

4. Always consult your condition with the Guide.

If you use the services of an operator, there will be a Guide in charge of helping you during the expedition. If you feel unwell when you arrive at Basecamp or when climbing, consult with the Guide what you feel. The guide who accompanied the guest to Carstensz was not an ordinary climber. They are trained to handle guests in the worst conditions. Be honest with your body condition; don’t force yourself to get to the top. Walk slowly; adjust to your body’s abilities. Remember that the ultimate goal of a climb is home.

Happy climbing!

Author: Dimitra

Where to Eat in Timika

Although it is a small city, people from all over the country are brought together here to make a living around an environment with severe diversity. The kinds of food found here varies from street vendors, the classic Chinese takeout, to local Indonesian dishes.

Rimba Papua Golf Restaurant & Bar

A golf course surrounded by the forest; this restaurant is located in a small district far off the city. Enjoy a small picnic while watching rounds of golf in its small gazebos around the course. With professional class staff, all your needs are surely met during your visit.

  • Kuala Oriental Restaurant

Kuala Oriental is known as the best Chinese restaurant in Timika. Serving exquisite dishes such as Black Pepper Beef, Sweet & Sour Fish, etc.

AddressJl. Budi Utomo No.88A, Timika. Papua, Indonesia

Phone+62 812-2498-9888

  • Tapoko Restaurant

The Tapoko Restaurant is easily accessed off the street or through the accompanying hotel. The menu selection is principally “tourist” Indonesian, but of very good quality & quantity. Staff are very attentive, helpful and friendly. Live music is usually available, and the overall atmosphere si relaxing and enjoyable. Prices are as to be expected in a tourist orientated venue but still very cheap compared to Western Restaurants.

Address: Jl. Yos Sudarso no. 133 Timika, Papua, Indonesia

  • So Yummy Resto

A restaurant with a reputation of having various quality food whether it is dishes or desserts. Also known as having the best Capcay in town, Fried Oxtail with Soup, So Yummy also makes birthday cakes with unique designs.

Address: Jl. Yos Sudarso no. 69 Timika, Papua, Indonesia

  • Manna Bakery

Manna Bakery provides many choices of bread filled with different types of food from regular chocolate to processed beef turned into floss. With many different places in Timika. Manna Bakery is the only place you can find pizza. You can order birthday cakes or any other cakes to celebrate a special event.

Address: Koperapoka, Timika, Papua, Indonesia

  • Kuala Seafood

Famous for its tasty sauce, Kuala Seafood serves different types of seafood. From crabs, fish, shrimps, to squids, Kuala Seafood serves them fresh, been known to be quite exquisite therefore attracting locals to be regular customers in this simple hut.

Address: SP 3, Kuala Kencana, Timika, Papua, Indonesia

  • Resto Jangkar

Resto Jangkar is a local Indonesian restaurant serving fresh seafood, chicken and various Chinese food. it is located in the middle of the regency, can be easy to spot and very welcoming. Though it is quite expensive, the food and service are surely worth the trip.

Address: Nawaripi, Timika, Papua, Indonesia

  • Ossa De Resto

Ossa de Resto is a hotel working beside its villa, Ossa de Villa. With a family-friendly atmosphere, its complete buffet breakfast, surrounded by its village/suburban concept also the green environment is a great way to have the 3 important meals of the day.

Address:  Jl. Acis Jalur 1, Nawaripi, Mimika Baru, Papua, Indonesia

7 Tips to Travel Eastern Indonesia

The eastern part of Indonesia has been attracting more local and foreign tourists in the last decade. It’s no wonder by knowing that this region has so many scenic hidden paradises.  The people who live in a very diverse and unique cultural life is a plus. Well, if you have planned to spend your holiday in eastern Indonesia, these following tips may help you as the mostly locations of your destinations are in remote areas with no facilities. Continue reading 7 Tips to Travel Eastern Indonesia

6 Tips on Choosing a Reliable Tour Operator

Is Papua safe to travel? This is the most frequently asked questions by tourists. The Island of Papua is still largely covered with the wilderness. Though some places in Papua which often promoted in the travel expo are great temptations, is it safe to visit Papua while you hear some news reporting many of the conflicts happening on the island? Do not panic. Coming from a lot of experience, Papuans are very friendly. Continue reading 6 Tips on Choosing a Reliable Tour Operator

7 Tips For Climbing Carstensz

Whether you are male or female, young or old, experienced or not, anyone can reach the Carstensz. Even if you’re not a real mountaineer, the picturesque view and social life of the remote land around Carstensz surely sets your journey with folks or family more enjoyable. Here are some tips from us:

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