As a basic policy, each delegate applying for a visa to Indonesia must possess a valid passport with a minimum validity term of six months, minimum of two blank passport pages for validation, and identical information between the country represented and the holder's nationality. Moreover, each type of passport will be treated uniquely and we highly urge delegations to travel with diplomatic or service passports or visas for a seamless trip. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, policies regarding entry to Indonesia may change at any time.
The Indonesian government has a visa-free short visit agreement in place with numerous nations for diplomatic and service passport holders. The list of participating nations can be accessed through this link: s.id/visaddservice. Delegates from the aforementioned countries who travel on diplomatic or service passports are not required to obtain a visa to enter Indonesia. Delegates who are not exempt from the agreement but intend to travel on a diplomatic or service passport may apply for a multiple-entry diplomatic or service visa. Kindly contact our embassy in your country for more information.
In contrast, delegates who travel with ordinary passports should enclose the confirmation letter with their visa application. They are strongly advised to apply early at our embassy in their countries. In addition, the information on the visa applications can be accessed through this link: https://s.id/VisaOnlineImigrasi
In order to process the visa application, please contact the nearest Indonesian Embassy for the current requirements. On most occasions, delegates may need to present the following documents along with their identity files:
- Full doses vaccine certificate or card (printout is better)
- PDF E-Visa (print out)
- Invitation Letter (print out)
- Booking of returning ticket out from Indonesia
- Accommodation booking confirmation
- Travel insurance (covering for Covid-19 treatment) with minimum coverage 25.000 USD
- Download application PeduliLindungi (available on play store/apple store)
If you need further assistance regarding visa application, you may contact the following agency:
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CIRCULAR LETTER OF THE DIRECTORATE GENERAL OF IMMIGRATION NO. IMI0549.GR.01.01 OF 2022 CONCERNING THE EASE OF IMMIGRATION TO SUPPORT SUSTAINABLE TOURISM DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC
- Countries, administrative regional governments, and certain entities subject to Visit Visa Exemption for Leisure Purpose, include: 1) Brunei Darussalam, 2) Philippines, 3) Cambodia, 4) Laos, 5) Malaysia, 6) Myanmar, 7) Singapore, 8) Thailand, and 9) Vietnam.
- Countries, administrative regional governments, and certain entities subject to Visa on Arrival for Leisure Purpose, include: 1) South Africa, 2) United States of America, 3) Saudi Arabia, 4) Argentina, 5) Australia, 6) Netherlands, 7) Belgium, 8) Brazil, 9) Brunei Darussalam, 10) Denmark, 11) Philippines, 12) Finland, 13) Hungary, 14) India, 15) United Kingdom, 16) Italy, 17) Japan, 18) Germany, 19) Cambodia, 20) Canada, 21) Republic of Korea, 22) Laos, 23) Malaysia, 24) Mexico, 25) Myanmar, 26) Norway, 27) France, 28) Poland, 29) Qatar, 30) New Zealand, 31) Seychelles, 32) Singapore, 33) Spain, 34) Sweden, 35) Switzerland, 36) Chinese Taipei, 37) Thailand 38) Peope’s Republic of China, 39) Timor-Leste, 40) Tunisia, 41) Türkiye, 42) United Arab Emirates, and 43) Vietnam.
- Visit Visa Exemption or Visa on Arrival for Leisure Purpose are granted for foreign nationals at the Immigration Checkpoints as follows:
- Airports: (i) Soekarno Hatta, Banten; (ii) Ngurah Rai, Bali; (iii) Kualanamu, North Sumatra; (iv) Juanda, East Java; (v) Sultan Hasanuddin, South Sulawesi; (vi) Sam Ratulangi, North Sulawesi; and (vii) Yogyakarta, Special Region of Yogyakarta.
- Seaports: (i) Nongsa Terminal Bahari, Riau Islands; (ii) Batam Centre, Riau Islands; (iii) Sekupang, Riau Islands; (iv) Citra Tri Tunas, Riau Islands; (v) Marina Teluk Senimba, Riau Islands; (vi) Bandar Bentan Telani Lagoi, Riau Islands; (vii) Bandar Seri Udana Lobam, Riau Islands; and (viii) Sri Bintan Pura, Riau Islands.
- Cross-Border Posts: (i) Aruk, West Kalimantan; (ii) Entikong, West Kalimantan; (iii) Mota’ain, East Nusa Tenggara; and (iv) Tunon Taka, North Kalimantan.
- Visit Visa Exemption or Visa on Arrival for Leisure Purpose can be issued accordingly with the following requirements:
- Passport (diplomatic/official/ordinary) that is valid for a minimum of 6 (six) months,
- A return ticket or a pass to continue the trip to another country,
- Proof of payment of PNBP Visa on Arrival of 500,000 IDR (in the case of applying for a Visa on Arrival for Leisure Purpose),
- Proof of ownership of health insurance which includes financing for handling COVID-19 and medical evacuation to a referral hospital.
- The entry stamp on the granting of a Visit Visa Exemption or Visa on Arrival for Leisure Purpose will be valid as a Visit Stay Permit with the certain period, as follows:
- Visit Visa Exemption: maximum 30 days and cannot be extended.
- Visa on Arrival: maximum of 30 days and can be extended once for another 30 days at the Immigration Office in the area where the foreign national lives.
- Visit Visa Exemption or Visa on Arrival for Leisure Purpose can also be granted for foreign nationals on official visit or government duties to attend international events, for which shall be applied additional requirement: to enclose an invitation letter issued by the Indonesian government to attend the international conferences/trials/meetings.
- The provision of Visit Visa Exemption or Visa on Arrival for Leisure Purpose as stipulated above applies to holders of diplomatic passports, service passports, or ordinary/general passports.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Indonesia avails itself of this opportunity to renew to all Foreign Missions and International Organizations in Indonesia the assurances of its highest consideration