Immigration Policies

All travelers to Indonesia must be in possession of a Passport that is valid for at least six (6) months from the date of arrival, and have proof (tickets) of onward or return passage. By Presidential Decree of 21 of 2016 dated on 2 March 2016 on Visa Free, replacing Presidential Regulation Number 104/2015 on Amendments to Presidential Regulation Number 69/2015 on Visa Free, Indonesia now provides special Short Stay Indonesia Visa Free facilities for tourists who are nationals of a total 169 countries who wish to travel to Indonesia.

Tourist Indonesia Visa Free Facilities are valid for 30 days, are non-extendable and cannot be transferred into any other type of stay permit.

The visa exemption facility can be used for tourism, family visit, social visit, art and cultural, government duty, to deliver a speech or attend a seminar, international exhibition, meetings with head office or representative office in Indonesia, or transit.

Immigration Check Point

A

  1. Albania
  2. Algeria
  3. Andorra
  4. Angola
  5. Antigua and Barbuda
  6. Argentina
  7. Armenia
  8. Australia
  9. Austria
  10. Azerbaijan

B

  1. Bahamas
  2. Bahrain
  3. Bangladesh
  4. Barbados
  5. Belarus
  6. Belgium
  7. Belize
  8. Benin
  9. Bhutan
  10. Bolivia
  11. Bosnia & Herzegovina
  12. Botswana
  13. Brazil
  14. Brunei Darussalam
  15. Bulgaria
  16. Burkina Faso
  17. Burundi

C

  1. Cambodia
  2. Canada
  3. Cape Verde
  4. Chad
  5. Chile
  6. China
  7. Comoros
  8. Costa Rica
  9. Croatia
  10. Cuba
  11. Cyprus
  12. Czech Republic

D

  1. Denmark
  2. Dominica (Commonwealth)
  3. Dominican Republic

E

  1. Ecuador
  2. Egypt
  3. El Salvador
  4. Estonia

F

  1. Fiji
  2. Finland
  3. France

G

  1. Gabon
  2. Gambia
  3. Georgia
  4. Germany
  5. Ghana
  6. Greece
  7. Grenada
  8. Guatemala
  9. Guyana

H

  1. Haiti
  2. Honduras
  3. Hong Kong
  4. Hungary

I

  1. Iceland
  2. India
  3. Ireland
  4. Italy
  5. Ivory Coast

J

  1. Jamaica
  2. Japan
  3. Jordan

K

  1. Kazakhstan
  2. Kenya
  3. Kiribati
  4. Kuwait
  5. Kyrgyzstan

L

  1. Lao, People’s Democratic Republic
  2. Latvia
  3. Lebanon
  4. Lesotho
  5. Liechtenstein
  6. Lithuania
  7. Luxemburg

M

  1. Macao
  2. Macedonia
  3. Madagascar
  4. Malawi
  5. Malaysia
  6. Maldives
  7. Mali
  8. Malta
  9. Marshall Islands
  10. Mauritania
  11. Mauritius
  12. Mexico
  13. Moldova
  14. Monaco
  15. Mongolia
  16. Morocco
  17. Mozambique
  18. Myanmar

N

  1. Namibia
  2. Nauru
  3. Nepal
  4. Netherlands
  5. New Zealand
  6. Nicaragua
  7. Norway

O

  1. Oman

P

  1. Palau
  2. Palestine
  3. Panama
  4. Papua New Guinea
  5. Paraguay
  1. Peru
  2. Philippines
  3. Poland
  4. Portugal
  5. Puerto Rico

Q

  1. Qatar

R

  1. Romania
  2. Russian Federation
  3. Rwanda

S

  1. Saint Kitts and Nevis
  2. Saint Lucia
  3. Saint Vincent and Grenadines
  4. Samoa
  5. San Marino
  6. Sao Tome and Principe
  7. Saudi Arabia
  8. Senegal
  9. Serbia
  10. Seychelles
  11. Singapore
  12. Slovakia
  13. Slovenia
  14. Solomon Islands
  15. South Africa
  16. South Korea
  17. Spain
  18. Sri Lanka
  19. Suriname
  20. Swaziland
  21. Sweden
  22. Switzerland

T

  1. Taiwan
  2. Tajikistan
  3. Tanzania
  4. Thailand
  5. Timor Leste
  6. Togo
  7. Tonga
  8. Trinidad and Tobago
  9. Tunisia
  10. Turkey
  11. Turkmenistan
  12. Tuvalu

U

  1. Uganda
  2. Ukraine
  3. United Arab Emirates
  4. United Kingdom
  5. United States
  6. Uruguay
  7. Uzbekistan

V

  1. Vanuatu
  2. Vatican City State
  3. Venezuela
  4. Vietnam

Z

  1. Zambia
  2. Zimbabwe

Airports:

  1. Adi Soemarmo, Surakarta
  2. Adi Sucipto, Yogyakarta
  3. Ahmad Yani, Semarang
  4. Bandara International Lombok, Mataram
  5. Belitung, Tanjung Pandan
  6. Binaka, Sibolga
  7. El Tari, Kupang
  8. Frans Kaisiepo, Biak
  9. Halim Perdana Kusuma, DKI Jakarta
  10. Hang Nadim, Batam
  1. Husein Sastranegara, Bandung
  2. I Gusti Ngurah Rai, Bali
  3. Juanda, Surabaya
  4. Kuala Namu, Medan
  5. Maimun Saleh, Sabang
  6. Minangkabau, Padang
  7. Mopah, Merauke
  8. Mozes Kilangi, Tembaga Pura
  9. Pattimura, Ambon
  10. Polonia, medan
  1. Sam ratulangi, manado
  2. Sepinggan, balikpapan
  3. Soekarno Hatta, Banten
  4. Sultan Hassanudin, Makassar
  5. Sultan Iskandar Muda, Banda Aceh
  6. Sultan Mahmud Badarudin II, Palembang
  7. Sultan Syarif Kasim II, Pekanbaru
  8. Supadio, Pontianak
  9. Tarakan, Tarakan

Seaports:

  1. Achmad Yani, Ternate
  2. Amamapare, Tembaga Pura
  3. Anggrek, Gorontalo
  4. Bagan Siapi-api, Bagan Siapi-api
  5. Badar Bentan Telani Lagoi, Tanjung Uban
  6. Bandar Seri Udana Lobam, Tanjung Uban
  7. Bandar Seri Setia Raja, Bengkalis
  8. Batam Center, Batam
  9. Batu Ampar, Batam
  10. Belakang Padang, Belakang Padang
  11. Belawan, Belawan
  12. Benete, Sumbawa Besar
  13. Biak, Biak
  14. Boom Baru, Palembang
  15. Celukan Bawang, Singaraja
  16. Citra Tri Tunas, Batam
  17. Ciwandan, Cilegon
  18. Dumai, Dumai
  19. Dwi Kora, Pontianak
  20. Gunung Sitoli, Sibolga
  21. Jambi, Jambi
  22. Jayapura, Jayapura
  23. Kabil, Batam
  24. Kendari, Kendari
  25. Kota Baru, Kota Baru
  26. Kuala Enok, Tembilahan
  27. Kuala Langsa, Aceh
  28. Kuala Tanjung, Tanjung Balai Asahan
  29. Kuala Tungkal, Jambi
  30. Lauren Say, Maumere
  1. Lembar, Mataram
  2. Lhokseumawe, Lhokseumawe
  3. Malahayati, Aceh
  4. Malundung, Tarakan
  5. Manado, Manado
  6. Marina Teluk Senimba, Batam
  7. Marore, Tahuna
  8. Merauke, Merauke
  9. Miangas, Tahuna
  10. Nongsa Terminal Bahari, Batam
  11. Nusantara, Pare-pare
  12. Nusantara, tahuna
  13. Padang Bai, Singaraja
  14. Panarukan, Panarukan
  15. Pangkal Balam, Pangkal Pinang
  16. Panjang, Bandar Lampung
  17. Pantoloan, Palu
  18. Pasuruan, Pasuruan
  19. Pemangkat, Sambas
  20. Probolinggo, Probolinggo
  21. Pulau Baai, Bengkulu
  22. Sabang, Aceh
  23. Samarinda, samarinda
  24. Sampit, Sampit
  25. Samudera, Bitung
  26. Sekupang, batam
  27. Selat lampa, Ranai
  28. Semayang, Balikpapan
  29. Siak Sri Indrapura, Siak
  30. Sibolga, Sibolga
  1. Sintete, Sambas
  2. Soekarno Hatta, Makassar
  3. Sorong-Sorong
  4. Sri Bayintan, Tanjung Pinang
  5. Sri Bintan Pura, Tanjung Pinang
  6. Sungai Guntung, Tembilahan
  7. Tanjung Balai Karimun, Tanjung Balai Karimun
  8. Tanjung Benoa, Denpasar
  9. Tanjung Emas, Semarang
  10. Tanjung Gudang, Pangkal Pinang
  11. Tanjung Harapan, Selat Panjang
  12. Tanjung Intan, Cilacap
  13. Tanjung Kelian, Pangkal Pinang
  14. Tanjung Lontar, Kupang
  15. Tanjung Pandan, Bangka Belitung
  16. Tanjung Perak, Surabaya
  17. Tanjung Priok, DKI Jakarta
  18. Tanjung Uban, Tanjung Uban
  19. Tanjung Wangi, Jember
  20. Tarempa, Tarempa
  21. Teluk Bayur, Padang
  22. Teluk Nibung, Tanjung Balai Asahan
  23. Tembilaha, Tembilahan
  24. Tri Sakti, Banjarmasin
  25. Tual, Tual
  26. Tunon Taka, Nunukan
  27. Yos Sudarso, Ambon
  28. Yos Sudarso, Cirebon

Land Borders:

  1. Aruk, Sambas
  2. Entikong, entikong
  3. Metamauk, Atambua
  4. Mota’ain, Atambua
  5. Nanga Badaum Sanggau
  6. Napan, Atambua
  7. Skouw, JayapuraVisa On Arrival

Visa On Arrival
The Indonesian Government extends Visa on Arrival (VoA) to nationals of 61 countries which can be obtained at designated entry airports and sea ports. Indonesia Visa-on-Arrival are valid for 30 days and are extendable with another 30 days to be applied at Immigration offices in Indonesia. Visas cost US$35

Please note that starting 26January 2010, the 7-day Visa-on-Arrival has been discontinued.

Exception to this is the Special Economic Zone in the Riau province, where the 7-day Visa on Arrival (VoA) can still be obtained at the seaports on the islands of Batam, Bintan -including Tanjung Pinang and Bandar Bentan Telani –  and Karimun. The7-Day VoA Visa fee is US$ 15.Islands  

Countries extended Indonesia Visa-on-Arrival facility are:

  1. Algeria,
  2. Australia,
  3. Argentina,
  4. Austria,
  5. Bahrain,
  6. Belgium,
  7. Brazil,
  8. Bulgaria,
  9. Canada,
  10. Cyprus,
  11. Denmark,
  12. Egypt,
  13. Estonia,
  14. Fiji,
  15. Finland,
  16. France,
  17. Germany,
  18. Greece
  19. Hungary,
  20. Iceland,
  21. India,
  1. Iran,
  2. Ireland,
  3. Italy,
  4. Japan,
  5. Kuwait,
  6. Lao PDR,
  7. Latvia,
  8. Libya,
  9. Lithuania,
  10. Liechtenstein,
  11. Luxemburg,
  12. Malta,
  13. Maldives,
  14. Monaco,
  15. Mexico,
  16. New Zealand,
  17. The Netherlands,
  18. Norway,
  19. Oman,
  20. Panama,

o.

  1. The People’s Republic of China,
  2. Poland,
  3. Portugal,
  4. Qatar,
  5. Rumania,
  6. Russia,
  7. South Africa,
  8. South Korea,
  9. Switzerland,
  10. Saudi Arabia,
  11. Spain,
  12. Suriname,
  13. Sweden,
  14. Slovakia,
  15. Slovenia,
  16. Taiwan,
  17. Tunisia.
  18. The United Arab Emirates,
  19. The United Kingdom,
  20. The United States of America.

More Information on immigration available at: http://www.imigrasi.go.id

VISA Application at Indonesia Embassies or Consulates

Visitors from other countries who don’t have Free Visa must apply Indonesia visa at Indonesia Embassies or Consulates in their home country. In addition,  visas cannot be replaced with any other immigration letters.The visa shall then be administered by  the Visa Officer in the presence of the applicant concerned.

You may find information on Indonesia embassies and consulates contact details at the Ministry of Foreign Affair website on the following direct link: http://www.kemlu.go.id/

Free entry Indonesia visa is also provided to delegates registered in a conference that is officially convened. In addition, tourist visa can be obtained from every Indonesian Embassy or Consulate. You can visit Indonesia through certain means and gates, by air via Jakarta, Bali, Medan, Manado, Biak, Ambon, Surabaya and Batam; by sea via Semarang, Jakarta, Bali, Pontianak, Balikpapan, Tanjung Pinang and Kupang. Maximum stay in Indonesia is two months.

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