Money is important. You should never go abroad without a financial plan and budget. You should also be prepared to understand basic words regarding money.
Uang /u·ang/ n. Currency, money, including paper bills, gold, silver, or other metals.
uang kertas : paper money, banknotes
uang tunai : general term for money that is directly usable (including bills and coins)
uang logam : coins made of valuable metals such as gold
uang gantung : down payment
uang jaga-jaga : reserve funds, money kept “just in case”
There’s an extensive list of other modifiers for the noun uang at its KBBI dictionary entry.
Menarik /me·na·rik/ v, adj. Withdraw, charge, from the root verb tarik, meaning to pull or drag. Menarik may also carry the meanings ‘interesting, fun, or attractive.’ Lastly, it can mean ‘to drive.’ Which meaning is being used depends on context.
Saya mau menarik uang : I want to withdraw some money.
Apa yang menarik perhatian Anda? : What attracted your attention?
menarik mobil : to drive a car
merarik ongkos : to collect a fee
baju itu menarik : that’s an attractive outfit
Rekening /re·ke·ning/ n. Account, subscription, rent.
rekening aktif : active bank account
rekening giro : checking account
rekening tagihan : bill payment
Sewa /se·wa/ n. Rental fee, money paid for borrowing or leasing something, including a house, apartment, car, or furniture.
Sewa rumah makin mahal sekarang : Home rental is getting more expensive now.
Aku mau cari kos-kosan yang sewa murah : I want to find a cheap boarding house.