Cost of living in Bergen (Norway) is 130% more expensive than in Jakarta (Indonesia)

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warning This comparison has some inconsistent or sparse data. It already provides a reliable comparison but it is not bullet-proof. It is based on 490 prices entered by 45 different people.
These prices were last updated on October 17, 2021. Exchange rate: 1673.244 IDR / NOK
For example, you would need at least Rp 115,454,772 (kr 69,001) in Bergen to maintain the same standard of living that you can have with Rp 50,300,000 in Jakarta.

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