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Henrik Olsen

"I was amazed how many other members in Jakarta share the same interests as me. And some of them come from Norway, too ! "

Megan Turner

"It's a really helpful site: Via InterNations, we found an international playgroup for our kids (6 and 8 years old) here in Jakarta."

A Warm Welcome to all Expats Living in Bandung

Welcome to InterNations, the network for expats living in Bandung and around the world! By joining the exclusive InterNations global network of like-minded professionals, expatriates living in Bandung can connect with interesting people who are themselves expats, through one-to-one correspondence, posts in forums and discussion groups. Through the InterNations community you will be able to find contacts who have experienced similar lifestyles and cultures to your own, making the transition into a new living and working environment that much easier. Chatting online with fellow expatriates who share the same interests can forge friendships which will bridge the gap, helping you settle in that much quicker into Bandung. The InterNations platform allows you as an expatriate in Banding to become part of a wider network of professionals, sharing information and networking about living in Bandung, in Indonesia, and the rest of the world.

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Finding Information on Moving to Bandung

Bandung, the ‘City of Flowers’, has a Dutch colonial history and today is known for its sixteen universities. Moving to, and settling in to a new environment has its own difficulties, and InterNations aims to help expatriates arriving in Bandung through that initial period and beyond. The Expat Magazine is a useful source of general information, with articles dealing with expat finance, travel, culture shock and lots more besides. Expats are often challenged by the different customs and cultural changes, so to find information on moving to Indonesia and the city of Bandung join InterNations and become part of a global expatriate community!

Find Fellow Expats Working in Bandung

Through the InterNations platform expats can make contact with other expatriates who can advise on working in Bandung, helping to make new friends in the region, and you may find like-minded professionals to meet up with socially as well as building a business network in the area. Organizing or being part of a local group of expats is an excellent way of making new friends in Bandung. Watching a game of soccer with the local Pesib Bandung team will certainly break the ice, or you could visit the acclaimed Institute of Technology, designed by Henri Maclaine-Pont. Other social interests could be trips to the Kebun Binatoang Bandung Zoo, or the nearby Tankuban Prahu volcanic crater and the Kawah Putih volcanic lake. Through the InterNations platform, you can be a part of a network of like-minded expatriates living and working in Bandung and beyond, so be sure to join up and experience the friendship and camaraderie of fellow expats!

Henrik Olsen

"I was amazed how many other members in Jakarta share the same interests as me. And some of them come from Norway, too ! "

Megan Turner

"It's a really helpful site: Via InterNations, we found an international playgroup for our kids (6 and 8 years old) here in Jakarta."