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AIESEC LOCAL COMMITTEE University of brawijaya 2012/2013

Malang, EAST JAVA, INDONESIA AIESEC LC UNIBRAW RECEPTION BOOKLET 2012/2013 AIESEC in University of Brawijaya - Jln. MT Haryono 165 Malang, post code 65145 Website: www.aiesecbrawijaya.org blog: www.aiesecbrawijaya.blogspot.com , FB: AIESEC Unibraw , Twitter: @AIESECLCUB


AIESEC Indonesia AIESEC has 60 years of experience in developing high-potential youth into globally minded responsible leaders

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AIESEC Indonesia has been more than 26 years continuously developing youth in Indonesia to become future leaders who socially responsible. AIESEC Indonesia was established in 1984,and until now already expanded its membership to 9 cities and 10 top universities across Indonesia, which are: 1. Local Committee Bandung (LC Bandung) 2. Local Committee Universitas Andalas (LC Unand)

3. Local Committee Universitas Brawijaya (LC Unibraw) 4. Local Committee Universitas Diponegoro (LC Undip) 5. Local Committee Universitas Indonesia (LC UI) 6. Local Committee Surabaya (LC Srabaya) 7. Official Expansion Bina Nusantara (OE Binus) 8. Official Expansion Universitas Gadjah Mada (OE UGM) 9. Official Expansion Universitas Pembangunan Negeri Yogyakarta (OE UPNVY)

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Trainee Resonsibilities:

AIESEC UNIBRAW Members

1. Internship in make a chance for cultural exchange and or in corporate Area & discuss your problems with AIESEC member. 2. Do your Job whole heartedly and to the best of your abilities 3. Make traineeship reports, to give us feedback. 4. Help us to help you – this is only possible if you talk to us about any problems, anything that you expect us to do, any question you have, etc. We are not mind readers and many things might not be too obvious to us. AIESEC UNIBRAW Excecutive Board 12/13

Hosts Resonsibilities: 1. Pick you up at the point of your arrival 2. Arrange accommodation and assist you about shopping and other necessary facilities. 3. Take you to the TN taker at your first day of your traineeship 4. Provide information to you and help you whenever we can 5. Provide activities that familiarize you with Indonesian culture and lifestyle 6. We will provide you with names and telephone list of the AIESEC members in Malang as well as information about upcoming activities

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It is generally believed that the earliest inhabitants of the Indonesian archipelago originated from Indonesia or Burma. Overfull groups such as the Buddhist Sriwijaya empire and the Hindu Mataram kingdom appeared in Java and Sumatra towards the end of the 7 th century. The last important kingdom to remain Hindu was the Majapahit, which was founded in the 13th century. The subsequent spread of Islam into the archipelago in the 14th century forced the Majapahit to retreat to Bali in the 15th century. By the 15th century, a strong Moslem empire had developed with its centre at Malaka (Malacca) on the Malay Peninsula. Its influence was shortlived and it fell to the Portuguese in 1511. The Dutch displaced the Portuguese and began making inroads Indonesia. The Dutch East Indonesia Company based in Batavia (Jakarta) dominated the spice trade and took control of Java. The Dutch took control in the early 19 th century and by the early 20th century, the entire archipelago-including Aceh and Bali-was under their control.

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Burgeoning nationalism combined with Japanese occupation of the archipelago during WW II served to weaken Dutch resolve and it finally transferred sovereignty to the new Indonesian republic in 1949. Achmed Sukarno, the foremost proponent of sell-rule since the early 1920s, became president. In 1957, after a rudderless period of parliamentary democracy, Sukarno overthrew the parliament, declared martial law, and initiated a more authoritarian style of government, which he dubbed “Guided Democracy”. Sukarno’s usurpation of power drew immediate response: rebellions broke out in Sumatra and Sulawesi and were eventually crushed in 1958. Soekarno’s consolidation of power did little to alleviate Indonesia’s economic woes. His corrosive vanity led to a number of grandiose building projects-little more than chimeras of national rebuilding – which provided sharp contrast to the poverty of his people. Instability reigned for several years as Sukarno launched confrontation against Malaysia, withdrew from the United Nations, and planned to socialize the economy. Events came to a head in 1965 when an attempted coup, allegedly by Communist groups, left several army generals dead and Sukarno’s hold a power threatened. AIESEC LC UNIBRAW RECEPTION BOOKLET 2012/2013 AIESEC in University of Brawijaya - Jln. MT Haryono 165 Malang, post code 65145 Website: www.aiesecbrawijaya.org blog: www.aiesecbrawijaya.blogspot.com , FB: AIESEC Unibraw , Twitter: @AIESECLCUB


General Suharto, who was responsible for brutally quashing the coup, eventually seized presidential control. In stark contrast to the turbulent Sukarno years, Suharto sought to address Indonesia’s economic problems, forge national unity, promote openness, and curb its worst excesses. However, the contentious invasion and annexation of East Timor in 1975, the 1991 Dili massacre in East Timor, the prevalence of cronyism and nepotism in the economy and persistent human rights abuses proved many of those excesses were still to be reckoned with.

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An introduction of EAST Java

From 10th to 13th Century, the great kingdoms of the period – Kediri, Songosari and Majapahit – have bequeathed a rich heritage of temple art, literature, music and drama. The majapahit Empire arose in 1292. Besides dominating the entire archipelago, its authority also covered the Malay Peninsula and parts of the Philippines. Hindu – Buddhist influences lasted throughout the 14th Century. Moslem Kingdoms rose in Java in the 16th Century and spread throughout the islands. After Moslems conquered the Brantas Valley in 1527, many Hindus fled eastwards, to Blambangan and Bali. There are numerous temple ruins found, dated from the Classical time if Hindu – Buddha period (7-15th Century AD) as well as the historical sites dating from the early days of Islam and the Dutch Colonial times. East Java is well known as the location of Mount Bromo, the desolate volcanic massive offering the most spectacular sunrise in Southeast Asia. The caldera’s 10 km across, with two peaks rising from the sandy crater floor, Bromo is an unforgettable. Now with comfortable hotels a short drive away, Bromo becomes a popular and it is haven up with tourist attractions. However, even a chattering group tour cannot detract from the majesty of a dry – season sunrise over the crater rim.

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An introduction of EAST Java

As a hundred shades of crimson paint the endless sky, the world falls silent save the quiet whistle of the chill dawn breeze over bare rock and sand. Sitting squarely on the Ring of Fire, East Java has several other accessible volcanic peaks. Mount Semeru lies 20 km south of Bromo. Higher and more active than Bromo, Semeru is regarded by the Javanese as the abode of the Gods, the local equivalent of Mount Meru in India. The hike to the Summit and back is a moderately strenuous overnight trek. At the top, the view encompasses most of East Java, Bali and the Indian Ocean Sugarcane and coffee plantations blanketed East Java during the colonial era. Many of these old plantations are still producing some still using colonial era technology and methods. Workers plant and harvest cane with only hand tools. Tiny, steam-driven locomotives chug alongside back roads, pulling equally scaled-down freight cars piled with cut sugar cane to century-old refineries. A few plantations accept overnight guests, offering clean, comfortable cottages, early morning tours through the crop lands and enormous country breakfasts.

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An introduction of EAST Java

With an extent of about 48.000 square km including Madura Island, East Java occupies a little more than one third of Java’s total extent. With a population of almost 33.000.000 inhabitants to be the most populated area in Indonesia. To the east, across the narrow strait of Bali lies the island of Bali, to the West Province of Central Java and the Special Region of Yogyakarta, to the North is Java Sea and the South is the Indian Ocean. The province lies between 7 12’ and 8 48’ South Latitude and stretches from 110 52’ to 114 42’ east longitude. Two third of the area is mountainous and hilly with slopes with an approximately 48 mountains with the highest peak of Mount Semeru as the highest in Java. Two wide rivers traverse East Java, the 314 kmlong Brantas, and the Bengawan Solo of about 540 km. The broad Brantas River traces a cirular path through the ancient and fertile rice lands of the eastern part of Central Java

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Malang, city in southern Indonesia, is the second biggest city in East Java after Surabaya. Malang is located between two massive groups of mountains with Semeru, the higest mountain on Java, and the national park Bromo-Tengger to the east. The climate up here is relatively cool. The sungai Brantas river floats through the city, which were founded by the Dutch at the end of the 18th century as a centre for tobacco trade. The Dutch had an important military base here until 1949, and Malang was the capital of the district of the same name. Malang is a trade centre in an agricultural region was the most important crops are sugar, rice, coffee, tea, corn and peanuts. The main income is mainly production of textiles and soap, timber and tobacco. There is also a famous university here, Brawijaya, and some tourist industry. Until this time Malang the second biggest city in East Java, is one of yardstick of mounted by good orderliness and security in regional of East Java and also National. Strategic Geographical position makes Malang as strength location of military and concentration of ideal training.

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Variety level of social, economic, cultural, tribe / race, religion in Malang do not need special security, that’s way Malang as special area in aparat security sight. Solidarity, familiarity and spirit of mutual assistance socialize really able to link crevasse of winnow which possible emerge For that governance, security, and elite figure cooperation in constructing solidarity and fertilize caring of all society socialize circumstance of Malang.

Motto of Malang In The Year 1967 (Anniversary 50th of Malang), announced that Malang Motto is Malang Kucecwara and the meaning is God break badness, God upholding goodness. The Motto has closed relation with history of Malang in a period of Ken Arok (Founder of Singosari Kingdom). The motto comes from name of area around a Malang Temple (Kucecwara). That Temple believed the existence by all expert, but until know still not yet been found the real place.

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Image of Malang Malang has 3 image that is as:

1. Education Town Friendly environment, calm, cheap to living cost, represent ideal place to learn and bail science. Complete availability of education appliances for formal educational and also non formal educational, adequate facility with quality of National make Malang for Town of Education which can be prided upon 2. Industrial Town Geographical position in center of East Java very strategic for industrial development, commerce and service. Mobility of high society, easier transportation, complete necessaries and also the local economic activity is which is increasing, make Malang as second biggest town in East Java and has big potential Industrial market. With the whole potency of non-stopped to existing resource push Malang growth as Town of Industry which rapidly grow 3. Tourism Town As high place with beautiful panorama, since epoch of colonial, Malang famous as resort with epithet of Switzerland of Indonesia and Paris of East Java. Proved with many fresh and pleasant gardens, building that has Europe architecture, which still defended, until now. AIESEC LC UNIBRAW RECEPTION BOOKLET 2012/2013 AIESEC in University of Brawijaya - Jln. MT Haryono 165 Malang, post code 65145 Website: www.aiesecbrawijaya.org blog: www.aiesecbrawijaya.blogspot.com , FB: AIESEC Unibraw , Twitter: @AIESECLCUB


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Climate and Geographic of Malang East Java, like other part of Indonesian archipelago, has the same climate, tropical / climate with two seasons: rainy-season (October-April) and dry-season (MaySeptember). It is sunny in east Java. Malang part of East Java, located between two massive group of mountain, so the climate in Malang relative cool. The temperature is 23 - 25 C and dampness is cold and dry. Malang located in latitude: 7 and longitude: 112

PS: Sunrise in Malang at around 5:43 AM and Sunset at around 5:24 PM

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People and Sociology of Malang Amount : Wide of Malang 124.456 Km2 and the population of about 700.000 peoples. Density is about 5000 - 12000 peoples per km2 with level of growth 3,9 % per year. Blazed abroad in 5 sub district ( Klojen, Blimbing, Kedungkandang, Sukun, and Lowokwaru), 47 Chief of village, 10 Countryside, 442 RW and 3208 RT.

Ethnic Composition Malang peoples famous as religious, dynamic, work hard, emphatic and proud with their identity as AREK MALANG / AREMA (Malang’s youth). The populations consist of races especially the Javanese, Madurese, some of minimizing clan of Arab and Chinese.

Religion Islam is adhered by most of the people, then Christian, Catholic, some of minimizing Hindu and Buddha. Malang people very tolerance and they cooperate to develop their town, which is Malang. There are a lot of place of religious since colonial epoch, for example Jami' Mosque (Glorious Mosque), Church (in Town square, Kayutangan and Ijen) and also Klentheng in Kota Lama. Malang also become religious education centers with many famous Moslem schools, Bible Seminary that famous all of Indonesia. AIESEC LC UNIBRAW RECEPTION BOOKLET 2012/2013 AIESEC in University of Brawijaya - Jln. MT Haryono 165 Malang, post code 65145 Website: www.aiesecbrawijaya.org blog: www.aiesecbrawijaya.blogspot.com , FB: AIESEC Unibraw , Twitter: @AIESECLCUB


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Culture and Art Ethnic and the culture owned by Malang, have an effect of existing traditional art. One of the famous traditional arts is Tari Topeng (Mask Dance), but nowadays is progressively eroded by modern art. This art style an appearance as the Middle Javanese art style meet East-South Java and the art of Blambangan style.

Language Dialectal Javanese of Madura language and Easting Java is Malang society colloquial. The young peoples always speak typical dialect of Malang , called "Boso walikan" that is the way of word uttering inversedly, the example : like Malang become Ngalam. Language style in Malang is stiff, un-polite as Java language generally. That is show Malang society attitude are coherent, and emphatic.

New Comers Mostly new comers are merchant, worker and student that do not remain and in certain of time back to their hometown. Most of merchants and workers come from around of Malang. And a lot of students come from outside of East Java (especially the East Indonesia region) like Bali, Kalimantan etc.

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The Way to go to Malang Train Schedule and price list (IDR) NAME KA SCHEDULE CLASS MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY MALANG JAK.KOTA 290.000 290.000 290.000 290.000 350.000 350.000 350.000

16:30 to Gajayana 07:23

EXA

JAK.KOTA - MALANG EXA

($ 29)

($ 29)

290.000 290.000 ($ 29) ($ 29)

($ 29) 290.000 ($ 29)

($ 29)

($ 35)

($ 35)

290.000 350.000 350.000 350.000 ($ 29) ($ 35) ($ 35) ($ 35)

Flight Schedule AIRCRAFT FLIGHT OPERATIONAL SCHEDULE REPRESENTATIVE OFFICE NAME CODE DAYS MALANG Address: JAKARTA Jl. WR Supratman

Batavia Air

10:20 to 11:45

Y6-243 DAILY

JAKARTA MALANG

12:20 to 13:45 MALANG JAKARTA

10:25 to 11:55

Y6-244 DAILY

Garuda Indonesia MALANG JAKARTA

14:55 to 16:25

Block C-1 Kav 6 Poor Tel. (0341) 325 889 Fax. (0341) 325 828 Address: Abdurrahman Saleh Airport Tel. (0341) 791 789 Fax. (0341) 791 789 Address:

GA 291 N / A

GA 293 N / A

($ 35)

Hotel Kartika Graha Jl. Attorney General Soeprapto No. 17 Phone Number: +62341369494 Fax Number: +62341369656

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JAKARTA MALANG

08:10 to 09:40

GA 290 N / A

Garuda Indonesia JAKARTA MALANG

12:40 to 14:10 MALANG JAKARTA

08:35 to Sriwijaya 10:00 MALANG Air JAKARTA

13:10 to 14:35

GA 292 N / A

SJ 251

N/A

SJ 247

N/A

SJ 246

Address:

Malang District Jl. S. Parman No.59 Letjend Kav.2 Malang, East Java , Indonesia Phone:0341-566777 Address:

N/A

6:40 to 8:05

11:15 to 12:40

Fax Number: +62341369656

JAKARTA MALANG SJ 250

Sriwijaya JAKARTA Air MALANG

Address: Hotel Kartika Graha Jl. Attorney General Soeprapto No. 17 Phone Number: +62341369494

N/A

Malang District Jl. S. Parman No.59 Letjend Kav.2 Malang, East Java, Indonesia . Phone:0341566777

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Malang Public Transportation

Microbus/Angkot (Based on the meeting and Deputy City Government of Malang Organda) NO. TRACK NAME

Stretch the DI through

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

A-G G-A A-D-L L-D-G M-M G-M M-T M-K A-B-G A-A-G A-M-G C-K-L

13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23.

A-T A-L L-G G-L A-S-D G-M-L P-B-B J-P-K J-D-M T-S-T M-K-S

Arjosari - Gadang Rp. 2500 = $ 0.25 Gadang - Arjosari Rp. 2500 = $ 0.25 Arjosari - Dinoyo - LANDUNGSARI Rp. 2500 = $ 0.25 LANDUNGSARI - Dinoyo - Gadang Rp. 2500 = $ 0.25 MULYOREJO - MADYAPURO Rp. 2500 = $ 0.25 Gadang - MADYOPURO Rp. 2500 = $ 0.25 MULYOREJO - TLOGOWARU Rp. 2500 = $ 0.25 MADYOPURO - CORAL Besuki Rp. 2500 = $ 0.25 Arjosari - Borobudur - Gadang Rp. 2500 = $ 0.25 Arjosari - Jackie - Gadang Rp. 2500 = $ 0.25 Arjosari - Mergosono - Gadang Rp. 2500 = $ 0.25 CEMOROKANDANG Rp. 2500 = $ 0.25 LANDUNGSARI Arjosari - Tidar Rp. 2500 = $ 0.25 Arjosari - LANDUNGSARI Rp. 2500 = $ 0.25 LANDUNGSARI - Gadang Rp. 2500 = $ 0.25 Gadang - LANDUNGSARI Rp. 2500 = $ 0.25 Arjosari - Soekarno Hatta - DIENG Rp. 2500 = $ 0.25 Gadang - MERGAN - LANDUNGSARI Rp. 2500 = $ 0.25 POLOWIJEN - Borobudur - BUNUL Rp. 2500 = $ 0.25 JOYOGRAND - Piranha - Karanglo Rp. 2500 = $ 0.25 JOYOGRAND - Dinoyo - MERGAN Rp. 2500 = $ 0.25 TLOGOWARU - Sarangan - Tasikmadu Rp. 2500 = $ 0.25 MULYOREJO - KLAYATAN – Rp. 2500 = $ 0.25 SUKUN TLOGOWARU - ARJOWINANGUN - Rp. 2500 = $ 0.25 TIRTOSARI Tawangmangu - Soekarno Hatta – Rp. 2500 = $ 0.25 GASEK

24. T - A - T 25. T - S - G

RATES( IDR = USD)

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TAXI NO. COMPANY NAME

1.

IMAGE Kendedes TAXI

2. 3. 4. 5.

ARGO TAXI MANDALA TAXI BIMA TAXI CITRA TAXI

ADDRESS / PHONE

Jl Soekarno Hatta Malang 7 Tel: 495 101 Tel: 490 444 Tel: 474 747 Tel: 717 171 Tel: 404 040

Charge of Becak is relative, depends on distance of the place. You have to bargain with the driver first, if short distance you can bargain Rp 3.000 – Rp 5.000 ( $ 0.30 – 0.50), but for long distance you can bargain Rp 5.000 – Rp 7.500 ( $ 0.50 – 0.75). If you want to get in angkot , you must pay Rp 2.500 ($ 0.25). You must know the mikrolet destination / line first, because they have own line of each angkot so you will not to be lost.

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LANDMARKS IN MALANG Malang is noted for its colonial architecture, though in fact several other Javanese cities are better endowed with Dutch buildings, there are: BALAI KOTA (Town Hall) Balai Kota on Tugu Circle is a sprawling Dutch administrative building, and nearby are some former old mansions, such as Splendid Inn and the WISMA IKIP next door on Jalan Majapahit JALAN BESAR IJEN Jalan Besar Ijen is Malang’s millionaire’s row. Most of the large houses date from the colonial era, but many have been substantially renovated, losing architectural detail in process. HOTEL PELANGI Hotel Pelangi is the good example of art-deco colonial architecture, and it’s tiled restaurant (Melati Restaurant) with scenes of old Holland. For a drink or a snack, the Melati Restaurant in the Hotel Pelangi is even more architecturally impressive than the Toko Oen. This cavernous colonial relic has towering pressed metal ceilings, and painted tiles around the walls feature picture postcard scenes from Holland. While guaranteed to make any Dutchman homesick, the Indonesian and Western food is only average. This Hotel is besides Post Office (in front of alun-alun / Town square). AIESEC LC UNIBRAW RECEPTION BOOKLET 2012/2013 AIESEC in University of Brawijaya - Jln. MT Haryono 165 Malang, post code 65145 Website: www.aiesecbrawijaya.org blog: www.aiesecbrawijaya.blogspot.com , FB: AIESEC Unibraw , Twitter: @AIESECLCUB


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TOKO OEN For reliving colonial dreams, nothing beats the Toko Oen restaurant. Most of tourist from other country step for a moment and eating its menus. Dessert (Ice cream and cake) is the most delicious. Toko Oen, opposite the Sarinah department store, is an anachronism from colonial days, with tea tables and comfortable basket chairs. It has Indonesian, Chinese and Western food, and also delicious homemade ice cream. This is one of the most relaxing places for meal. It's open from 8.30 am to 9 pm everyday except Monday ARMY MUSEUM (BRAWIJAYA MUSEUM) The modern Army museum is devoted to Malang’s Brawijaya Division. Army museum in the west of town on Jalan Besar Ijen. KATREDAL ANCIENT CURCH (Katredal Kuno) This Church is the Old Dutch reform church, near The Toko Oen. So after you step in a moment in Toko Oen, you can go over to the church. This church is very big and wide, every Saturday and Sunday very lively in this church, since Christians always pray here, moreover in Christmas Day.

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TRADITIONAL MARKETS The huge central market, the Pasar Besar, is always worth a browse. The flower market, Pasar Bunga, has a pleasant aspect down by the river, and it is the place to stroll in the morning. At the same time, you can also take in the nearby Pasar Senggol, once Malang’s thriving night market, now a bird market. Life in Malang revolves around the alun alun (Town Square) and the busy streets of Agus Salim and Pasar Besar near the central market. Here are the main shopping plazas, restaurants, cinemas, and bookstores. The alun alun/ Town Square in particular is a very popular is in the evenings, when families and students promenade, buskers perform before riveted crowds and long queues from outside the cinemas. North-west of the square along Jalan Basuki Rachmad you will find banks, the telephone office and restaurants.

HEALTH REGULATION Valid vaccination certificates of small-fox, cholera and yellow fever area required from those coming from infected areas. Considering that Indonesia is tropical resort, visitors should be aware of getting sunburn, so it is advisable to wear a hat as protection from the fierceness of midday sun.

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CUSTOMS Customs regulations allow, on entry, a maximum of two litters of alcoholic beverages, 200 cigarettes, 50 cigars or 100 grams tobacco and a reasonable amount of perfume. Photographic, video and movie equipments, radio, typewriter and car must be declared to custom upon entry and must be reexported. Narcotics, arms and ammunitions, TV sets and Chinese medicines are items prohibited while fresh fruit; plans and animals must have quarantine perm. There is no restriction on import or export of foreign currencies, however, it is prohibited to import or export Indonesian currency exceeding Rp 50.000,00.  OFFICE HOURS Government offices are open Monday to Friday from 7.00 AM till 3.00 PM. Businesses have various office hours, but 8.00 AM – 4.00 PM. is a safe bet on weeekdays. Banks are generally open 8 AM – 4 PM, with a half on Saturday, through their foreign exchange counters close in the early afternoon.

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Explore Malang 2012

CURRENCY Major world currencies in the form of cash or travellers cheques can be easily converted in Indonesia Rupiah (Rp) at banks, authorized money changers (don’t forget your passport!) or the cashier’s desk of your hotel. The Rupiah is pegged to the US Dollar. ($ 1 = Rp 9.000 – 9.500) TELEPHONE Indonesia is linked to the world by two telecommunications satellites, and International Direct Dialling is an available at all leading hotel. Overseas calls can also be made at Malang is seven hours ahead of GMT. ETIQUETTE Indonesians are, generally speaking courteous, soft-spoken and conservative in dress and behaviour. Don’t raise your voice or be confrontational someone in public is a grave insult. As with other Asian countries, a personal appearance is very important. In Moslem society, the left hand is considered unclean, so be careful to receive and present things with your right hand, especially food. Pork and alcohol are also unwelcome, and be sure not to point the soles of your feet at someone or pat people on the head or back this is considered impolite, if not offensive.

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Explore Malang 2012

LIFE IN MALANG Living cost in Malang is very cheap. For three times eat a day, it costs around ($ 3 – 5), which USD 1 equals to IDR 9,000-9,500. Money changers are available at the banks and gold store. And if you want to stay in dorm, you just need to pay around ($ 45 – 80)/month and ($ 350 – 600)/year. Indonesian Food Price list per August 2011 Bread Egg (1 Kg) Rice 5 (Kg) Indonesian Noodle (1 package) Fried rice Fried Noodle Water (1 galon) Water (1 bottle) Water (1 Cup) Chicken Noodle Cheese Coffee (1 package) Cookies Fried snack (1 piece) Ice Tea (1 cup/1 glass) Pecel with Rice Rice + Chicken (fast food) Coca cola (1 liter)

Rupiah (IDR) Rp 5.000 Rp 12.000 Rp 50.000 Rp 1.500 Rp 6.000 Rp 6.000 Rp 12.000 Rp 2.000 Rp 500 Rp 5.000 Rp 15.000 Rp 1.500 Rp 3.000 Rp 1.500 Rp 2.000 Rp 4.000 Rp 7.000 Rp 10.000

USD $ 0.50 $ 1.20 $ 5.00 $ 0.15 $ 0.60 $ 0.60 $ 1.20 $ 0.20 $ 0.05 $ 0.50 $ 1.50 $ 0.15 $ 0.30 $ 0.15 $ 0.20 $ 0.40 $ 0.70 $ 1.00

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VISA 1.

Socio Cultural Visa This visa is issued by the Indonesian Embassy to applicants who are going to Indonesia for a social/cultural visit, such as visiting relatives/friends; social organizations; exchange visits between educational institutions; undertaking research and attending training program in Indonesia. This visa is Single Entry with Maximum length of stay 60 days. Extensions can be applied for and obtained in Indonesia from the Immigration Authorities. Visa extension is granted for 30 days each. You can extend your social cultural visa up to 4 times for a total maximum stay of 180 days. The two first extensions will be granted by your Immigration office, while the two last will require a prior approval from the District office before issuance by the Immigration Office. Visa will only be issued by the Embassy after receiving the authorization direct from the Immigration office in Indonesia. Visa is issued within five to six working days from receipt of application provided all documents are in order. Be careful with this VISA, if you are late to extend this VISA, the local immigration will charge IDR 200.000 per day. Cost of this visa is USD 45 and for the extension is IDR 250.000 Required documents which should be submitted are as follows: 1. Passport (with a minimum validity of 6 months from the date of entry into Indonesia) 2. One completed visa application form 3. One coloured passport size photograph. 4. Evidence that the applicant has sufficient funds to cover the cost of applicant's intended stay in Indonesia (Bank Statement dated less than a month with a minimum balance of £1,000.- or traveler's cheque). 5. Evidence of obligation in the applicant's country of permanent residence (e.g. a letter from employer/ college/ school, certifying the applicant's intention to return after the visit to Indonesia). 6. Written approval from the Immigration Office in Indonesia should the duration of visit is to exceed 60 days. 7. A letter of invitation from the applicant's family/relatives/friends/social organizations in Indonesia, and copy of their passport (main details only) or ID  we will provide you with this 8. Evidence of sufficient funds or a third party letter guaranteeing to support the applicant financially during his/her stay, together with documentary evidence of ability to do so.  we will provide you with this (but sometimes this is not needed)

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Limited Stay Visa (VITAS) VITAS enables the incoming intern to stay in Indonesia within 6 – 24 months. However this VISA arrangement needs a long time and procedures. The time required to issue the visa at least 2 months. Cost of this visa depends on the validity period: o Limited Stay Period Visa (up to 6 months) USD 50 o Limited Stay Period Visa (up to 12 months) USD 100 o Limited Stay Period Visa (up to 24 months) USD 175 Fee to extent this visa: o 6 months extension: IDR 350,000

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1 year extension: IDR 700,000 2 years extension: IDR 1,200,000

Required documents which should be submitted are as follows: 1. CV (resume) 2. Health certificate 3. Copy of Bank account 4. GPA (academic transcript) 5. Copy of passport Your passport must be valid for: 12 months passport validity remaining to apply for a 6 months Limited Stay Period Visa 18 months passport validity remaining to apply for a 12 months Limited Stay Period Visa 30 months passport validity remaining to apply for a 24 months Limited Stay Period Visa 6. Authorization letter from intern  we will give you the blank form 7. Recommendation letter from university to DIKTI  we will provide you with this. The process of this letter will be required about 2 weeks 8. Recommendation letter from DIKTI to BKLN  we will provide you with this. The process of this letter will be required about 1-2 weeks 9. Recommendation letter from BKLN to Central Immigration Office  we will provide you with this. The process of this letter will be required about 1-2 weeks 10. Recommendation letter from university to Central Immigration Office  we will provide you with this. 11. Approval letter from Central Immigration Office  we will provide you with this. To get this letter we will be required to wait for 1 week. For information on visas and documentation required for them, call the South Jakarta Immigration office at +6221-522-4658 ext 2203 or 2200.

EMERGENCY CALL NUMBER Police: 110 Fire: 113 Ambulance - 118 Amex: +44 1273 696933 Diners Club: (62) (21) 5701255 Visa: (1) 410 581 9091 Directorate - General of Tourism: 386 0934

AIESEC LC UNIBRAW RECEPTION BOOKLET 2012/2013 AIESEC in University of Brawijaya - Jln. MT Haryono 165 Malang, post code 65145 Website: www.aiesecbrawijaya.org blog: www.aiesecbrawijaya.blogspot.com , FB: AIESEC Unibraw , Twitter: @AIESECLCUB


EXCECUTIVE BOARD 2012/2013 AIESEC LC UNIBRAW, INDONESIA

Dyah Ratri Satiti Local Committee President

Maulana Rizqi Aldiansyah M. Arief Erdi Prasetyo Amanda Rendyaswara M. Ciptadi Putra M Vice President ICX GIP Vice President ICX GCDP Vice President OGX GCDP Vice President OGX GIP

Aggri Hapsari Galis Kurnia Afdhila Septian Maulid Junior Vice President Vice President Vice President

Kharisma Viranata Vice President

Mufti Bimanda Vice President

AIESEC LC UNIBRAW RECEPTION BOOKLET 2012/2013 AIESEC in University of Brawijaya - Jln. MT Haryono 165 Malang, post code 65145 Website: www.aiesecbrawijaya.org blog: www.aiesecbrawijaya.blogspot.com , FB: AIESEC Unibraw , Twitter: @AIESECLCUB


INCOMING EXCHANGE GCDP 2012/2013 AIESEC LC UNIBRAW, INDONESIA

Muhammad Arief Erdi Prasetyo VP ICX GCDP 12-13 +62-856-1759921 muhammadarief.erdiprasetyo@aiesec.net

Deassy Rizky S. TN Manager

Jordan Meliala TN Manager

Nessya Sidya Raras S.R. Intan Sartika E.M. Service&Learning Quality&Legality Manager Manager +62-852-57078887 +62-821-65530465 +62-857-55329400 +62-856-49582812

M. Ikhwan Nur A. Project Coordinator +62-821-247-2929

deassy.rizky@aiesec.net jordan.meliala@aiesec.net nessya.suraduhita@aiesec.net intansartika.erismaghfiroh@aiesec.net ikhwan.antyanto@aiesec.net

AIESEC LC UNIBRAW RECEPTION BOOKLET 2012/2013 AIESEC in University of Brawijaya - Jln. MT Haryono 165 Malang, post code 65145 Website: www.aiesecbrawijaya.org blog: www.aiesecbrawijaya.blogspot.com , FB: AIESEC Unibraw , Twitter: @AIESECLCUB


INCOMING EXCHANGE GIP 2012/2013 AIESEC LC UNIBRAW, INDONESIA

Maulana Rizqi Aldiansyah VP ICX GIP 12-13 +62-838-34442662 maulana.aldiansyah@aiesec.net

Ismi Mutia Sari Corporate Account Manager

+62-857-55686213 ismi.mutiasari@gmail.com

M. Audy Prasetya Team Leader Cooperation Development

+62-857-55056229 muhammad.audy@aiesec.net

Rendy Gigih Educational Account Manager

Diani Muthmainnah Delivery and Reception Manager

+62-856-45045703

+62-819-9777685

rendy.pratama@aiesec.net

diani.muthmainnah@aiesec.net

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AIESEC LC UNIBRAW PARTNERS

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