Indonesia Visa and Passport Requirements
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To enter Indonesia, a passport valid for at least six months from the date of entry is required by all nationals referred to in the chart above.
Visas are required by all nationals referred to in the chart above.
Nationals not referred to in the chart are advised to contact the embassy to check visa requirements for Indonesia.
As of summer 2015, Indonesia plans to waive visas for nationals of Austria, Belgium, Canada, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy, the Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Sweden, the UK and the USA. Check with the consulate before you travel, as an exact date has not been announced.
All nationals referred to in the chart are eligible for a 30-day visa on arrival in Indonesia, which can sometimes be extended for another 30 days, except nationals of Croatia, who must obtain a visa in advance.
An onward ticket is required.
For longer stays, or for non-touristic stays, you should apply for a visa in advance.
For the visa on arrival, you must enter Indonesia through one of the main ports listed below:
Airports: Adi Juanda (Surabaya), Adisutjipto (Yogyakarta), Adi Sumarno (Solo), El Tari (Kupang), Halim Perdanakusuma (Jakarta), Hassanudin (Makasar), Ngurah Rai (Denpasar), Polonia (Medan), Sam Ratulangi (Manado), Selaparang (Mataram), Sepinggan (Balik Papan), Soekarno Hatta (Jakarta), Sultan Syarif Kasim II (Pekan Baru) and Tabing (Padang).
Seaports: Bandar Bintan, Selani Lagoi and Bandar Sri Udana Lobam (Tanjung Uban, Bintan), Batu Ampar, Marina Teluk Senimba, Nongsa, Sekupang and Batam Centre (Batam Island), Belawan (North Sumatera), Benoa (Island of Bali) Bitung (Sulawesi), Bitung (Sulawsi), Jayapura (Irian Jaya), Marina Teluk Senimba (Batam Island), Maumere (East Nusa Tenggara), Padang Bai (Bali), Pare-Pare (South Sulawesi), Sibolga (North Sumatera), Soekarno-Hatta (Makasar), Sri Bintan Pura (Riau), Tanjung Balai Karimun (Sumatera), Tanjung Mas (Semarang), Tanjung Priok (Jakarta), Teluk Bayur (Padang), Tenau (Kupang) and Yos Sudarso (Dumai, Sumatra).
Visitors who out-stay their visa will be fined US$20 per day. Visitors staying longer than 60 days risk large fines and may face deportation or imprisonment.
Visa on arrival: US$35.
Advance visas: tourist/business visa: £40; multiple-entry business visa: £80.
Visa on arrival: 30 days; tourist/business visa: 60 days; multiple-entry business visa: one year.
Those nationals eligible to apply for a visa on arrival may also request a seven-day transit visa on arrival. Other nationals need to contact the consulate to arrange a transit visa.
Either on arrival at a designated port of entry or in advance at the consulate (or consular section of embassy).
For visits of up to one year, you must apply to the nearest Indonesian Embassy for a temporary stay permit.
If you apply in advance, visa processing usually three days from receipt, but it can take up to two months for nationals whose applications need to be referred to the Immigration Office in Indonesia.