Cheapest car hire in Indonesia

Top tips when hiring a car in Indonesia

  • Drive on the left-hand side of the road in Indonesia, speed limits are in Km/h
  • Indonesia has a zero tolerance approach towards alcohol and driving, don't drink any alcohol if driving
  • Roads in major towns and cities are generally in very good condition but rural roads can be very poor, we recommend an SUV or 4x4 if planning to drive in rural regions
  • Collecting a rental car directly from the airport on arrival is the most popular option in Indonesia

Indonesia car hire reviews

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Rated 3.8 / 5 | 1,800 reviews

Laws and rules of the road when driving in Indonesia

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    Road Driving Side

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    50km/h

    Urban speed Limit

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    80km/h

    Rural Speed Limit

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    100km/h

    Motorway Speed Limit

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    IDR  8869.55/Ltr

    Current Petrol Price

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    0mg

    Drink Drive Limit

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    IDR

    Currency

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    YES

    Tolls

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    23

    Min Rental Age

    17

    Min Driving Age

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    Front and Rear

    Seatbelts

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    Fixed and Mobile

    Speed Cameras

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    Hands Free Only

    Mobile Phones

Recent customer reviews (average rating 8.4/10)

Tan

Indonesia

8/10
Rented a Toyota

Rented a Toyota minivan for 6 passengers, perfect vehicle for our needs - will use again

13/03/2020
Son

Indonesia

6/10
Good price, lim

Good price, limited range of car.

02/03/2020
Miss G

UK

6/10
very limited ra

very limited range of cars, I had to pay more than expected for a much bigger car than I needed. Otherwise all fine.

02/03/2020

Compare car rental agents in Indonesia

Rental Agent
Locations
Rating (/10)
Customer Reviews
Mini (€/day)
Compact (€/day)
Intermediate (€/day)
Standard (€/day)
 Eazy
1
7.9/10
24
€ 30.06
€ 35.61
€ 35.61

Car rental agent statistics in Indonesia

  • 7.9/10
    Highest rated agent:
    EAZY
  • 7.9/10
    Lowest rated agent:
    EAZY
  • 24
    Total number of reviews in
    Indonesia
  • 10
    Most Locations in Indonesia:
    AVIS
  • 22
    Average wait time
    (Min.)
  • 2
    Total rental companies
     

Average prices per day for car hire in Indonesia

*average daily rates based on 7 day rental, search for today's best prices.

Fuel prices in Indonesia

Month, YearDiesel €/ltrUnleaded €/ltr
Sep , 2020 0.57 0.53
Aug , 2020 0.57 0.53
Jul , 2020 0.58 0.54
Jun , 2020 0.61 0.57
May , 2020 0.61 0.57
Apr , 2020 0.59 0.54
Mar , 2020 0.54 0.50
Feb , 2020 0.68 0.61
Jan , 2020 0.68 0.63
Dec , 2019 0.78 0.65
Nov , 2019 0.78 0.64
Oct , 2019 0.78 0.64

Car rental price statistics in Indonesia

  • € 210.42
    Average price:
    (per week)
  • € 58.93
    Highest daily price:
    Toyota Innova
  • 23
    Total cars available
     
  • 12
    Most popular model:
    Toyota Avanza
  • 7
    Location with most cars:
    Bali - Airport - Denpasar
  • € 30.1 per day
    Cheapest daily price:
    EAZY - Bali - Airport - Denpasar

FAQs about car hire in Indonesia

How much does it cost to hire a car in Indonesia?

Car hire in Indonesia starts from just €30.10 per day for a (mini) class car from Eazy. The average price to hire a car in Indonesia is just €47.20 per day, whilst the most expensive hire car in Indonesia is a Toyota Innova car for a (fullsize) class from Avis costing €58.90 per day.

How do I get a free additional driver when hiring a car in Indonesia?

We often have special offers on car hire in Indonesia including free additional drivers, for example, is offering free additional driver and express check-in at for €0.00 per day.

Why is car hire so cheap in Indonesia?

Car hire prices in Indonesia are kept low thanks to the 2 car hire companies across the country. With over 10 car hire locations and 30 car hire options available, competition keeps prices low in Indonesia.

Who is the best car hire company in Indonesia?

Based on over 24 reviews from recent car hire customers, the best car hire agency in Indonesia Is Eazy who score on average 7.9/10 across all locations in Indonesia.

What is the most popular car hire location in Indonesia?

The most popular locations to hire a car in Indonesia is Bali - Airport - Denpasar with 2 car hire companies and 7 cars to choose from.

How much does fuel cost in Indonesia?

Current fuel prices in Indonesia are €0.53/ltr for petrol and €0.57/ltr for diesel as of 21 September 2020, it’ll cost on average €21 to fill an average compact class car with petrol and €23 for diesel.

What are the speed limits in Indonesia?

Speed limits in Indonesia are in km/h and are generally 50 km/h on urban roads, 80 km/h on rural roads and 100 km/h on the motorways but you should always follow local signage.

What is the cheapest car hire company in Indonesia?

Eazy is the cheapest car hire company in Indonesia offering a (mini) class car such as the Toyota Aygo for as little as €210.70 per week.

What is the most popular hire car in Indonesia?

The most popular car hire category in Indonesia is the Toyota Avanza available from 2 car hire companies in over 10 locations.

Why rent a car in Indonesia

Whether you plan to snorkel, swim or chill out on the beach, car hire in Indonesia can give you the freedom to get around this wonferdul country. Internationally recognised rental agents like Avis are well represented in Indonesia, we also work closely with reputable local car rental company TRAC Astra Rent A Car.

Most popular car hire pick-up locations in Indonesia

Most popular rental cars in Indonesia;

Rental Agent
Make / Model
Seats
Luggage
Type
Avis
Toyota Avanza
5
3
People Carrier
Trac
Toyota Innova
6
3
MPV
Avis
Toyota Kijang
6
3
MPV

Car rental locations in Indonesia:

  • Bali (3 rental agents)
  • Denpasar (3 rental agents)
  • Jakarta (2 rental agents)
  • Lombok (1 rental agent)
  • Surabaya (1 rental agent)
  • Java (1 rental agent)
  • Yogyakarta (1 rental agent)

Most popular car rental agents in Indonesia:

  • Avis (Tel: +62 21 3142900)
  • Eazy (Tel: +62 811 8380099)
  • Trac (Tel: 62 361 703333)
  • Bali Car Rental (Tel: +62 813 80453639)

Indonesia Mini Guide

What can you Tell me About Indonesia?
It’s the world’s largest archipelago of islands and has the fourth largest population in the world. It is also the world’s largest Muslim country. Ruling the country is a mammoth task with 18,000 inhabited islands spread out over a big area that touches Asia through borders with Malaysia and reaches down towards Australia. The distance between the west and east of the country is huge too with over 2,500 miles separating them and there’s a big difference in the geography, culture and industry between them. The capital is Jakarta, which is almost a byword for traffic congestion and pollution, whilst the country’s insistence on logging means that its rainforests, the same size as the Amazon, are being systematically and ruthlessly cut down.

How do I get to Indonesia?
There are hundreds of airports but only three main international ones; Jakarta, Bali and East Java. From there you’ll be able to catch internal flights to all the other airports. International flights operate from all over the world but most European flights operate out of Amsterdam with KLM and Garuda the main carriers, a leftover from the days when the islands were the Dutch East Indies.

What is There to See and Do in Indonesia?
It depends where in Indonesia you’re considering. Bali is famed for its tropical white sandy beaches, hospitality and great food. Sumatra is mountainous and wild with thick forests and vast uninhabited areas. Komodo dragons stalk Nusa Tenggara whilst Borneo is home to Orang Utans, dense forests and raging rivers. Everywhere you go you’ll see mosques and in places, remnants of former religions or minor ones including Buddhism. There are vast temples stretching back hundreds of years and now in danger of being overrun by the jungle whilst the cities are melting pots of humanity with crowded dirty streets infused with the smell of street food and other less pleasant smells.

What Can I Buy When in Indonesia?
Local crafts abound, especially carved in the local hardwoods such as ebony, ironwood and mahogany. Musical instruments make a great gift too as do CDs of them being played as part of an Indonesian ensemble. Silk is everywhere, good quality and very reasonably priced. You should look for the better quality even though it’ll be more expensive as it will last longer and still be the same price of cheaper quality back home. Jewellery is good value too but a little ornate for most western tastes.

What Should Tempt my Taste Buds?
Indonesia is a foodie’s dream with so many different styles of food across the nation. It can vary from fiery to mild, rice or noodle based, have a variety of meat, some of which you may not want to have identified, and can be fruity, sour, sweet, dry or with sauces. Many stick to the food they recognise such as Nasi Goreng, which is really just a mix of leftovers, or mild curries but be adventurous and take your taste buds on holiday too!

What is the Local Entertainment Like?
You have traditional dances which are often laid on by hotels or restaurants. Indonesia is famous for its shadow puppetry, often full sized and very intricately designed, it tells traditional stories which, whilst in an Indonesian language, will be easy to pick up through the actions, tone of voice and accompanying sound effects. In the more tourist oriented areas such as Bali, nightclubs are more common but given the chance, spend at least one night doing something cultural.

Facts about Indonesia

  • Indonesia is a country that is made up of 17,508 islands and 33 provinces.
  • The name Indonesia is derived from the Latin 'Indus' and the Greek 'nesos', meaning 'island'.
  • Due to its size, climate and geography, Indonesia supports the world's second highest level of biodiversity.
  • Indonesia produces some of the largest amounts of nutmeg in the world.
  • The country is home to the Javan rhinoceros, which is not found anywhere else in the world.

Do you need car rental in Indonesia

The islands of Indonesia make up the world’s largest archipelago and stretch out across the Pacific Ocean and the Indian Ocean. Car rental in Indonesia starts at only £9 per week, and you can find a number of bargains on our website which are specially reserved for Rhino customers.

We offer car rental from three of the major airports in Indonesia; Bandung Husein Sastrenagara airport, Jakarta Soekarna Hatta Airport and Semareng Ahmad Yani Airport. Our main collection office is in the capital city of Indonesia, Jakarta.
 

Popular car hire destinations in Indonesia

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Fuel Prices in Indonesia

  • Price of petrol in Indonesia in September

    € 0.53/Ltr

    ($ 0.65/Ltr | 8869.55/Ltr)
  • Price of diesel in Indonesia in September

    € 0.57/Ltr

    ($ 0.70/Ltr | 9538.95/Ltr)

Cost to fill a rental car in Indonesia in September

  Petrol Diesel
Economy € 21.20  ($ 25.96) | € 22.80  ($ 27.92)
Compact € 21.20  ($ 25.96) | € 22.80  ($ 27.92)
Full Size € 26.50  ($ 32.45) | € 28.50  ($ 34.90)
SUV € 31.80  ($ 38.94) | € 34.20  ($ 41.88)
Carrier € 37.10  ($ 45.43) | € 39.90  ($ 48.86)

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