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Indonesia Zip Code

Indonesia is the largest country in Southeast Asia, covering the maximum length from east to west about 3,200 miles (5,100 km) and another side from north to south of 1,100 miles (1,800 km). Indonesia shares a border with Malaysia in the northern part of Borneo and with Papua New Guinea in the centre of New Guinea.

Indonesia has hundreds of volcanoes at the meeting point of the Indian and Pacific Ocean, and it is the 4th most populous nation in the world. Indonesia is also famous for the scuba diving where you can enjoy the mesmerizing beauty of pristine (not spoiled, corrupted, or polluted) beaches.

Lands

Indonesia covers the total area of 1.905 million km² and its covers the land by 95.15% which also consists of 17,000 islands, which is ranked 14th among other countries in terms of land area. Indonesia shares the border with Singapore, the Philippines, Australia, and Malaysia.

Water lands

Indonesia is totally surrounded by 5 seas which are Java sea, Celebes sea, Banda sea, Timor sea, Arafura sea. Indonesia is totally covered by the 4.15% of water.

Indonesia receives 60% of water from the rivers and lakes, 25% from springs and 15%from the underground.

Mountains

Indonesia has many mountains which is over 4000 meters and some of them are even active volcanoes. Mount Carstenz is the biggest mountain in Indonesia covering the total area of 4,884m.

Indonesia is mainly covered by the mountains which are total of 400 in numbers in which 300 are volcanoes and 100 of those volcanoes are active and the rest of them are in underground due to volcano erupt attack early in 20 May 1883.

PIN CODE

PIN = Postal Index Number

How to find a pin code?

Each administrative division maintains its own postal code for mail delivery purposes. Having the correct code is essential to your mails delivery.

Indonesia postal code consists of 5 digit number in which every digit has a unique indications, and those indications of each digit is shown below;

  • The first digit indicates the location of post office
  • The second and third digit indicates the city in nation
  • The fourth digit indicates the district
  • The fifth digit indicates the village located in Indonesia

Post offices

The post office in Indonesia was established on 27 September 1945 and the post offices in Indonesia are segregated into 11 divisions and its divided because there has to be no confusion while delivering any mail or package.

Stamps

Most commonly used Indonesian stamps are listed below

This stamp costs 3 Indonesian Rupiah

This stamp costs 2 Indonesian Rupiah

This stamp costs 15 Indonesian Rupiah

Best Courier and postal service in Indonesia

  • JNE couriers
  • J&T express
  • POS Indonesia
  • TIKI posts
  • SiCepat Mailing services
  • Wahana Couriers
  • Ninja Express
  • DHL Couriers

Indonesia Postcode
Postcode type and position 5 digits to the right of the locality name, separated from the latter by a dash.

Mr. ABCD
Address: 150 F MAIN AVE STREET, 4th floor
73, Jalan Cilaki
BANDUNG 12453 Indonesia
Coding method XXXXX
Address format The first three digits represent cities or regions
Examples Mr.XXX   addressee
103, Mittery Margs   sub-office (area /street /village)
Jalan Cilaki   city (delivery post office)
BANDUNG – XXXXX   locality - postcode
Indonesia   country