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What is the registration fee?
Early Bird Registration:
Students from low & lower-middle-income countries IDR 850,000
Students from upper-middle & high-income countries IDR 1,275,000
Participants from low & lower-middle-income countries IDR 2,125,000
Participants from upper-middle & high-income countries IDR 2,550,000
Students from low & lower-middle-income countries IDR 1,000,000
Students from upper-middle & high-income countries IDR 1,500,000
Participants from low & lower-middle-income countries IDR 2,500,000
Participants from upper-middle & high-income countries IDR 3,000,000
Is the fee refundable if I can’t attend anymore?
This event is non-refundable, so if you have paid to attend the conference, we will not be able to give you your money back.
How do I pay for the conference?
Payment with Transfer
Please make sure you have successfully registered as a participant for the VOICE International Conference and take a screenshot when you get to the confirmation page. Then, you have to choose Bank Transfer as a payment method when you fill the registration form on the REGISTRATION page. Payment with IDR (Transfer) should be done in IDR currency. Please transfer the registration fee to the following account no later than November 30, 2018 (for early bird registration) or December 5, 2018 (for regular registration)
Payment with IDR (Transfer) should be done in IDR currency. Please transfer the registration fee to the following account:
Account Name : VOICE 2018
Account Number : 157-000-622-0652
Bank Name : MANDIRI
Branch Number : 15713
Branch Name : Mandiri Cabang Fakultas Ekonomi, Kampus UI Depok
Branch Address : Jl. Profesor DR. Sumitro Djoyohadikusomo Gedung Pascasarjana, Fakultas Ekonomi, Kampus UI
Post Code : 16424
Branch Phone Number : +6221 78849075
Branch Fax Number : +6221 78849074
Swift code : BMRIIDJA
Make sure you are paying the same amount as indicated on the registration form.
Send your payment receipt to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject “Payment Confirmation_Your Full Name”. We will verify the payment and send you a confirmation email.
Lunch and tea/coffee will be served from 12 – 14 December 2018. On December 13th, the dinner reception will be held in the main hall and all participants are kindly invited to attend. When compared to some other places in Bali, Nusa Dua has fewer dining choices outside of your hotel. However, there are still options for local Balinese, Asian or Western cuisine around the area. You can look up local attractions, restaurants and other landmarks of interest on Tripadvisor
ID Card For The Conference
When you register, you will receive an ID card with QR code to access the sessions. Please make sure that you keep the ID card and wear it throughout the conference, because we cannot reprint your ID card.
Currency and Payment The current rate of exchange is US$ 1 to IDR 14,557 which is subject to change on a daily basis.
ATM machines are widely available in Nusa Dua area. Normal commercial banking hours are from 8:30 a.m.to 3:30 p.m., Monday through Friday.
Climate Bali is quite warm in December. The average temperature in December is 27°C (81°F), with an average low of 23°C (73°F), and an average high of 30°C (86°F). The beginning of the month sees cloudy days with some sun mixed in, a decent chance of rain, and an average daily temperature of 27°C (81°F), which only drops slightly as the month goes on. Humidity totals in December remain the same on average as they are in November, with an average level of 75%, which is slightly uncomfortable. Participants are advised to dress in lightweight clothing and fabric to ensure comfort.
Time Zone Bali is in the UTC+8 time zone (known in Indonesia as WITA, Waktu Indonesia Tengah), same as Western Australia, Malaysia, Singapore, and China and 1 hour ahead of Jakarta.
Internet access Wireless internet access is provided in the foyer of the breakout rooms and the main hall. Internet access within the breakout rooms is limited.
Electricity The standard voltage in Indonesia is 220V/50Hz. the power plugs and sockets are of type C and F.
Type C: also known as the standard "Euro" plug. This socket also works with plug E and plug F.
Type F: also known as "Schuko". This socket also works with plug C and plug E.
Unfortunately, it is very unlikely you will find a working public telephone on the street, which can be very frustrating in emergencies. Depending on your circumstances, you may have to rely on mobile phones (local SIM cards can be purchased in phone shops and may be used in unlocked phones with economical local and international calling rates) or phone/internet shops.
Purchasing a local SIM card is recommended if you foresee that you will have to make multiple calls during your stay. There are several cellular operators in Bali: Telkomsel (simPATI) and Indosat (IM3) have the largest coverage area. In addition to the GSM standard, you can find CDMA (operator Smart).
List of important domestic contact number:
Immigration office: I Gusti Ngurah Rai Airport. ☎ +62 361 751038.
Ambulance: ☎ 118.
Hospital: Bali International Medical Centre (BIMC), Jl By Pass Ngurah Rai 100 X, Kuta. ☎ +62 361 761263.
Indonesian Red Cross (PMI), free ambulance service. ☎ +62 361 480282.
Police: ☎ 110.
Search & Rescue team: ☎ 115 or 151, +62 361 751111.
Tourist Police: ☎ +62 361 754599 or +62 361 763753.
Emergency Contact Information
PUSKAPA: +62 (021) 78849181, +62 821-1040-5000 (MARSHA) – PREFERABLY WHATSAPP
CPC LEARNING NETWORK: +1-646-853-1337 (NICOLAS) - PREFERABLY WHATSAPP
Conference agenda can be accessed via the website at Voice-ic.com Please continue to follow VOICE Twitter and Facebook page for more information.