If you wish to stay at ITB’s dormitory, you will be required to request to your host Faculty or School to book a room for you. Alternatively, you can inform the International Relations Office.
You can also opt to find an accommodation around the campus in Bandung. Students usually choose to live in home stays or local housing near the campus. Homestays that are close to the campus have a distance of around 5 – 10-minute walk, in Cisitu, Tubagus Ismail, and Pelesiran areas. The rates range from IDR 1,000,000 to 3,000,000 per month (depending the quality or facilities provided). The landlords do not usually provide meals. Therefore, a student normally spends around IDR 3,000,000 to 6,000,000 (US$ 200 – US$500) per month, including lodging, meals, transportation, and entertainment. You should also have additional funds to pay for initial establishment costs, textbooks, equipment, and incidentals. You can check the following catalog of privately owned accommodation offerings.
ELECTRICAL PLUG/OUTLET AND VOLTAGE INFORMATION
The picture above is the standard electrical plug/outlet in Indonesia with the standard electrical voltage of 220-240 Volts. If your plugs are of a different type, you will need to use an adapter to be able to connect the plug into the socket. You can find those adapters in many electronic stores or online shops.
Public health centers or general practitioners are available in the city. Also, there are a lot of specialists practicing around. One private major hospital in Bandung is St. Borromeus Hospital, near the campus in Bandung. Other major hospitals are the Hasan Sadikin General Hospital, Immanuel Hospital, and the Adventist Hospital. Consultation in a hospital or doctor costs around IDR 50,000 or more for specialists. Public health centers usually cost less. ITB also has its own healthcare facilities that you can access.
In addition, if you look for supplements and other medicines, you can just visit nearby pharmacies from your location as there are plenty of pharmacies in the city.