How to Find People in Indonesia

There are a number of resources that will help you find someone in Indonesia.

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If you want to find someone who has travelled to Indonesia and/or is apparently lost or missing, first consider whether his or her trip is for personal or business-related reasons. Learning a bit about the people you are trying to find can help save a lot of effort.

If you want to find someone who has travelled to Indonesia and/or is apparently lost or missing, first consider whether his or her trip is for personal or business-related reasons.

Learning a bit about the people you are trying to find can help save a lot of effort. for instance, if someone has gone to an Indonesian resort for a vacation, you probably won't find him or her at a sales conference.

Another excellent resource that will save some time, effort and frustration is the Internet.

Visit the Jendela Indonesia website. Click on the "Directory" tab at the top of the screen. Choose any one of the many links to help you find people in Indonesia. Use the business directory hyperlink located just under the section header entitled, "Business." It has telephone, Internet and contact directories for many area businesses. Access Asia and Bali Online are two other popular links.

  • If you want to find someone who has travelled to Indonesia and/or is apparently lost or missing, first consider whether his or her trip is for personal or business-related reasons.
  • Choose any one of the many links to help you find people in Indonesia.

Go to any several of the major Indonesian employers. PT Elegant Textile Industry is one of the largest major employers in Indonesia. It is located in Jatiluhur, Purwakarta.

Visit the Aditya Birla Group website and click the "investors" tab at the top of the screen. Click on the "Contact Us" hyperlink to find corporate investor relations personnel in Indonesia. You don't have to be an investor to find people at this Indonesian company. It is just one avenue to get you going in the right direction--someone who lives and works locally could have a lot to tell you.

  • Go to any several of the major Indonesian employers.
  • You don't have to be an investor to find people at this Indonesian company.

Utilise government resources online. The U.S. Department of State has many country-specific web pages that are full of ways to find people in Indonesia.

Search for links on the U.S. Department of State Indonesia page. Click on the "A to Z Index of Topics" link at the top left side of the website or choose the "Embassy Locations" link for additional ways to locate people.

  • Utilise government resources online.
  • Click on the "A to Z Index of Topics" link at the top left side of the website or choose the "Embassy Locations" link for additional ways to locate people.

Visit the American Indonesian Chamber of Commerce website to find other business and government contacts in Indonesia. Click on the "Trade Links" button on the left side of the screen to obtain telephone numbers or e-mail addresses specific to Indonesia. Be sure to click the "View Trade Links," too.

To find lost or missing people, search through the Amnesty International website pages that are devoted to Indonesia. It has some links to articles pertinent to several communities. Ahmadiyya, Irian Jaya and Yopy Karma are three such regions that experience intense civil unrest.

Consult the Bank of Indonesia website. You can find people in Indonesia by clicking on the "Publications" tab at the top of the screen. Opt for the "Contact BI" link (also at the top of the page) to find banking industry contacts central to Indonesian business and industry interests.

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