Can I open a bank account as a non-resident of Indonesia?Yes, it is possible but many banks still do require some type of stay permit (i.e. Temporary Residence Permit Card) before they allow you to open a bank account. If you can find a bank which has adopted the new reform allowing non-residents to easily open accounts, you’ll find three different account options to choose from. The options are the Limited Balance Tourist Account (USD $2,000 - USD $50,000), Unlimited Balance Expat Account (From $50,000 and up) and the Special Balance Expat Account (Balance must exceed 1 million USD). To open these accounts you would just need some combination of a passport and one additional document (e.g reference document from a bank in your country of origin, domicile letter of the expat, identity papers of the spouse, copies of residence contracts, or a credit/ debit card.) Also, these are (non-rupiah) bank accounts and must be denominated in USD.