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Q: Where in Beijing can I change RMB to Indonesian rupiah?

Has anyone flown to Indonesia from Beijing. Can I change my currency at the airport? Or will I just have to rely my debit card working once I'm there.

 

5 years 36 weeks ago in  Money & Banking - Beijing

 
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The airport will have a money exchange desk. Been there, and exchanged some money.

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If it's a UnionPay card you can check the UnionPay website regarding use and ATM availability in Indonesia...

 

http://en.unionpay.com/englobalization/all_globzlization/enasia/Indonesi...

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