Culture and Art
Culture and Art
Public Service - Banyuwangi
There are many public medical services spread out of Banyuwangi.
Banyuwangi downtown hospital :
- RSUD Blambangan (a government run hospital)
- Rumah Sakit Islam (a private run hospital)
- RSI Fatimah (a Privat run Hospital)
For more information about medical service see the hospital list.
Beside, local government also provides public medical service which is called PUSKESMAS at every subdistrict in Banyuwangi.
Tourist Information Center
Banyuwangi Goverment Culture and Tourism service
Jl. A. Yani 78 Banyuwangi Phone : +62 333 424172
TIC, Ketapang Harbour (ASDP)
Jl. Gator Subroto, Ketapang - Banyuwangi
Tour & Travel
Maharani Tour & Travel
Jl. Gatot Subroto, Banyuwangi - Phone : +62-333 422280
Alfa Arian Tour ijen resort & villa
Jl. Randu Agung, Licin, Banyuwangi. Phone : +62 333 429000
Wanasari Tour (bobby's Surf Resort)
G-Land (plengkung), Banyuwangi. Phone : +62 333 593356
The Currency of Indonesia is Rupiahs. Money changer can be found in Banyuwangi. You can visit the Bank Central Asia (BCA), and Bank Mandiri, Bank Jatim and Change the currency. The rates may vary. It is advisible to count your money before leaving.
Important Phone :
Ambulance ---------------- 118
Police ---------------------- 110
Fire Brigade --------------- 113
Banyuwangi Code area -- 0333
The Ministry of Tourism along with the Government of Banyuwangi Regency launched “TOP 77 Calendar of Event Banyuwangi Indonesia Festival 2018” at Balairung Soesilo Soedarman, Gedung Sapta Pesona, Jakarta (1/2). Top 77 Calender of Event is an effort of … Continue reading
Ngagelan Beach Ngagelan beach is breeding area. It is located 7 km to the west of Trianggulasi Bay. It is also the hachery for the baby turtles. There are some biology students do the research here. Ngagelan beach has much … Continue reading
Seblang Ceremony Seblang is one of rituals in Osing societies, Banyuwangi regency. This ritual can be found in two villages, which is. Bakungan village and Olihsari village. Olihsari society will held this ceremony in a week after the Idul Fitri. … Continue reading
Kebo-Keboan Cultural Feast Banyuwangi people, which are mostly farmers, have a sacred ritual to ask the blessings of salvation. The tradition known as kebo-keboan. Kebo in Java language means buffalo, the people in village are mostly use buffalo to do … Continue reading