Emergency Numbers

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For those of you who like to be prepared we have listed some important numbers in case of an emergency. Don’t worry if you loose them, your hotel will have ready access to them or you can look in any tourist guide i.e. Bali Plus or Hello Bali amongst others.

Just seems though, you can never find the number you need WHEN you need it so here goes…..

6-dight numbers are local. To dial from overseas, first dial your international access code then 62 (for Indonesia) then 361 (for Bali. )

You can save these numbers to your mobile phone in international format: +62361…

Emergency Numbers:

Police : 110
Fire Dept. : 113
Ambulance : 118
Search & rescue : 111,115 or 151

Operated Assisted Calls

Within Indonesia : 100
International : 101

Directory Information

Bali : 147
Indonesia : 106

bali ambulance


Jl. Prof. M. Yamin No. 4 Renon
Jl. Mertasari No. 2 Sanur
Jl. Bypass Ngurah Rai No. 35X Sanur
Jl. Pantai Karang No. 17 Sanur
Jl. Bypass – Lotus Enterprises Bldg
Jl. Raya Puputan, Renon
Jl. Hayam Wuruk No. 8 Denpasar
Jl. Imam Bonjol No. 599 Kuta
Switzerland & Austria
Jl. Pura Bagus Teruna Legian
Sweden & Finland
Jl. Segara Ayu Sanur
Jl. Hayam Wuruk No. 188 Denpasar

Additional Emergency Numbers

  1. 24 Hour Ambulance Service in Jakarta
    JAKARTA -AIR Regional 702 Anakida Building, 27 Prof Dr Soepomo, Jakarta 12810, Indonesia
    (+62 21) 8305848 / 8307448
  2. 24 Hours Clinic Assistance Penta Medica
    DENPASAR -PT. Penta Bali Medica, Jalan Teuku Umar Barat-Marlboro No. 88, Denpasar, Bali-Indonesia 80113, www.pentamedica.com
    Tel. +62 361 7 446 144; fax. +62 361 747 5 488
  3. Adi Sucipto Airport
    YOGYAKARTA – (+62-274) 566 666
  4. Ambulance Service in Medan
    MEDAN – 118, (+62 61) 453 5981
  5. Ambulance Service in Yogya
    YOGYAKARTA – (+62-274) 412 118
  6. Badan Narkotika Nasional
    JAKARTA -Jl. MT. Haryono No. 11, Cawang, Jakarta Timur-Jakarta
    021-80871566, 021-80871567/021-80885225, 021-80871591, 021-80871592
  7. Pemadam Kebakaran (Firefighter Brigade)
    BANDUNG – 113, (+62 22) 7207113
  8. RSU Mata SDr.Yap/ Dr.Yap’s Eye Clinic Center
    YOGYAKARTA -Jl.Teuku Cik Di Tiro No.5
    (+62-274) 562 054
  9. RSU Panti Rapih
    YOGYAKARTA -Jl.Teuku Cik Di Tiro 30
    (62-274) 515 709
  10. RSU Sardjito
    YOGYAKARTA -Jl.Kesehatan 1 Bulaksumur
    (+62-274) 587 333
  11. Search and Rescue (SAR)
    JAKARTA – 115, (+62 21) 550 1111/550 2111
  • Tony

    Dear Sirs,

    I recently went on holiday to Bali, unfortunately this holiday was marred by a few incidences. The first happend in Ubud market where we were hounded by a shoe trader so we gave a price to try and keep him at bay, however he was extremely unpleasant and then proceeded to push me agressively. I would suggest that “tradesman” like these are regulated by some sort of enforcers which protect tourists from these types of people.

    The second incident happened when we were in Seminyak and on 66 Beach – we did not want a taxi as we wanted to walk along the streets however the taxi driver kept on persisting that we should go with him, we rejected and he then proceeded to swear at us – an extremely horrible experience.

    The last was when we departing from the airpot – I cannot understand why everyone is taxed 150,000 Rupiah to get home!? I have been to many places all over the world and this is the first I have ever encountered – a very sour experince, enough to make me never to come back as I feel this tax is robbing everyone that wants to use the airport.


    • admin

      Tony, Bali is a paradise, but it’s an ordinary country with people too… there are good people (most of), there are unpleasant and bad people (like everywhere)… You was unlucky to meet rare bad part of Balinese population. Take it easy. We hope that this accident didn’t spoil your general opinion about friendly population of Bali.

      As about Taxi – that was cartel agreement between taxi drivers. We’ve read such comments from all tourist countries in the world… Sad, but true. The only one thing to suggest – is to call a taxi and ask operator about cost prior to your trip. Wait 5 minutes for car and enjoy your lower fixed price

  • Yassin

    Bro the people are getting aggressive day by day march 2018 lost my phone in taxi Kuta never see it again
    November 2018 2 guys by bike in seminyak double six street chuck phone from the hand of my girlfriend few days later 100 US was stolen from my account no police station in seminyak so we went to Kuta police station they ask me to translate my passport copy to Indonesian language to make investigation that was funny for me
    It’s not safe at all and tourist are targeted

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