Granted strictly for pleasure, business purpose, social
and cultural visit. Visitor visa is good for a single entry
if presented within 3 (three) months after the date of issuance
and used for a maximum stay of 60 (sixty days).
Nationals of the following countries can enter Indonesia
without obtaining a special visa.
Tourists who DO need a visa:
If you are a national of a country that is not listed above,
then you must obtain a tourist visa first before arriving
in Indonesia. You can obtain a tourist visa from an Indonesian
Embassy or Consulate.
- A valid passport of at least six months beyond their
intended length of stay.
- Original application from in duplicate with 3 (three)
recent passport size photographs.
- A return ticket, or connecting flight ticket, or a letter
from a Travel Agency stating the itinerary.
- Reference from sending and/or receiving company in Indonesia,
visited family, or inviting organization.
- International Certificate of Yellow Fever Vaccination
is required for those coming from / stopping over an infected
area and must be presented at the port of entry.
Automatic one-month Business/ Tourist visas are currently
issued on arrival for citizens of : Argentina; Australia;
Austria; Belgium; Brazil; Brunei Darussalam; Canada; Chile;
Denmark; Egyp; Federal Republic of Germany; France; Finland;
Great Britain; Greece; Iceland; Ireland; Italy; Japan; Kuwait;
Lichtenstein; Luxembourg; Malta; Malaysia; Maldives; Morocco;
Mexico; Netherlands; Norway; New Zealand; Phillipines; Republic
of Korea; Saudi Arabia; Singapore; Spain; Sweden; Switzerland;
Taiwan; Thailand; Turkey; United Arab Emirates; United States
of America; Venezuela; Yugoslavia.
Entry and departure must be through one of the following
airports designated for international travel:
- Airports : Polonia (Medan), Hang Nadim (Batam), Simpang
Tiga (Pekan Baru), Tabing (Padang), Soekarno-Hatta (Jakarta),
Husein Sastranegara (Bandung), Juanda (Surabaya), Sepinggan
(Balikpapan), Supadio (Pontianak), Ngurah Rai (Bali),
Selaparang (Mataram), Sam Ratulangi (Manado), Pattimura
(Ambon), Frans Kasipeo (Biak).
- Seaports : Belawan (Medan), Batu Ampar (Batam), Tanjung
Pinang (Riau), Tanjung Priok (Jakarta), Tanjung mas (Semarang),
Tanjung Perak (Surabaya), Benoa and Padang Bai (Bali),
Ambon and Bitung (Manado).
- Border point of entry : Entikong (West Kalimantan).
The Visa On Arrival facility
would be granted for the following activities:
- Official visit, such holding talks for the purpose of
cooperation between Indonesian Goverment and foreign Government,
foreign company or International organization.
- Tourist Visit.
- Join the Indonesian or foreign vessel which operates
in Indonesia archipelago, or territorial sea, or construction
work at installations within Indonesian Exclusive Economic
Zone of Continental Sheif.
Visa On Arrival facility is good for a stay of 1 (one) month
only and can not be extended, tranfered or converted to
any other kind of visa or used as working permit
Immigration Officer at Port of Entry can only issue the
Entry Permit to the Citizena of the Countries mentioned
above if they can show:
- The Validity of the passport, at least 6 (six) months.
- Return or On-Going Tickets, for those who do not have
a ticket must purchase it at the Local Port of Entry.
- A proof of sufficient funds at least US$ 1000.00 in
Cash, Traveller Cheques, or a valid Credit Cards.
Foreigners are not required to obtain transit visa as long
as he/she does not intend to leave the immigration check
point area. A transit visa is required for foreigner who
will make transit and wants to leave beyond the immigration
check point area not more than 14 (fourteen) days.
- Completed original application form in duplicate, with
2 (two) passport-size photographs.
- An Airline ticket or Letter from Travel Agent which
states the itinerary of onward passage.
- A valid passport for at least 6 (six) months.