We analyzed the percentage of valid coastal altimetry Jason-2 X-TRACK-SLA data by Center for Topographic Studies in Sea and Hydrosphere (CTOH) and the waveforms from the Sensor Geophysical Data Record (SDGR) that are distributed by NOAA National Ocean Data Center around the Indonesian waters. In general, the percentage of valid data after the first point of the shoreline is greater than 90%. The percentage of valid data in steeper waters (86%) is higher than sloping waters (34%). The waveform types formed in coastal waters are peaky and Brown. However, spatially there is a difference where in a steep coast at a distance of > 5 km from the coastline the type of waveform is identified Brown, while on the sloping coast the brown type is found at a distance > 10 km. The SLA time series indicate seasonal variations in which the SLA is negative during the Southeast Monsoon (May-October) and positive during Northwest Monsoon (November-April).