5 Top Tips On Buying IDR
I bet you’re already thinking, why should I get my AUD converted to IDR online today? Well, for many reasons. You get to save time and money by not having to shop around physical stores, paying for parking or taking time out of your weekend, evening or lunch break when you could be spending that time planning what to do on your next holiday of a lifetime. We are Foreignxchange.com.au and we offer great rates at your convenience.
Wherever it is you are to, mainland Indonesia or Bali, you can be certain that cash machines may be far and few. Therefore it would make best sense to get all of your spending money out in cash before you head overseas. That way you don’t need to worry about finding an ATM or somewhere to get cash out. As always, split your total budget between bags and if you’re not travelling alone, split it between your travel party. That way, if you lose a purse, bag or misplace an item of luggage. You won’t be caught short. It’s always advisable to take a back-up credit card whenever you do head overseas. Just for any unwanted emergencies.
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Using our online currency exchange platform, not only will you be getting a great AUD to IDR conversion rate, but you’ll also be saving time getting your currency delivered. We are revolutionising the way Australian’s get their hands on their travel money. Place your order online and in a few minutes, you could have Indonesian Rupiah on it’s way to you in a safe and secure package. All our orders are insured and we ask for proof of identity once your currency arrives at your door. This gives us peace of mind that it is actually you that receives your currency and not one of your pesky neighbours.
Buy IDR in Australia
Buying your Indonesian Rupiah in Australia will likely mean not only will you get a better conversion rate, but it will take one less thing to do once you get to your chosen holiday destination. On top of that by ordering online with us you’ll be supporting your local Australian economy. At the end of the day, it’s one less thing you need to worry or think about in the build-up to your holiday.
With any new currency, it can be daunting at first trying to work out which note is which. Luckily, most countries denominations are easy to distinguish with one another. Fortunately, the Indonesian Rupiah is fairly straightforward when it comes to working out which note holds which value. Banknotes come in denominations of 2,000, 5,000, 10,000, 20,000, 50,000 and 100,000 Rupiah each very handily noted in the top left hand corner. On top of that, each note is clearly distinguishable by its varying bright colours. Once you get your AUD to IDR currency exchange, open up your packet, have a feel and familiarise yourself with the foreign currency.