Purpose

The holders of passports of 169 Countries/Special Regions/Entities, including Australia and Vanuatu, are not required to obtain a visa to visit and stay in Indonesia up to 30 days for certain purposes through designated immigration check points.

  1. Holiday/tourism
  2. Family visit
  3. Social visit
  4. Art and Cultural visit
  5. Government visit
  6. Giving a lecture or attend a seminar
  7. Attend a meeting held by head/branch office in Indonesia
  8. Continue journey to another country (transit)

Journalist visit is not eligible for free visa.

The entry permit must not be used to work or conduct paid activities.

Free visa is valid only for 30 days and cannot be converted into the other types of stay permit. 

Purpose

  1. A Tourist Visa is a single entry Visit Visa (Index 211) for tourism or  recreational activities.
  2. This visa allows a visitor to stay in Indonesia up to 60 days.
  3. Citizens of certain countries, including Australia, may not be required to obtain a visa for visiting Indonesia up to 30 days (see free visa for short visit).
  4. Tourists from certain countries can also apply visa on arrival for staying in Indonesia up to 30 days with possible extension (see visa on arrival).
  5. Visa applications by citizen of certain countries (Afghanistan, Cameroon, Guinea, Israel, Liberia, Niger, Nigeria, DPRK/North Korea, and Somalia) require approval/authorization from the Directorate General of Immigration in Jakarta (see calling Visa).

Purpose

  1. A Social Cultural Visa is a single entry Visit Visa (Index 211) for those travelling to Indonesia for the following purposes:
  • visiting family or friends
  • attending a non-commercial art and cultural event
  • participating in a comparative study, short course, or training
  • participating in a non-commercial sport competition
  • conducting an urgent humanitarian activity
  1. This visa allows a visitor to stay up to 60 days in Indonesia. Extensions of stay may be be applied at the nearest immigration office in Indonesia.
  2. Please note that citizens of certain countries, including Australia, may not be required to obtain a visa for visiting Indonesia up to 30 days (see free visa for short visit)
  3. Visitors from certain countries can also apply visa on arrival for staying in Indonesia up to 30 days with possible extension (see visa on arrival).
  4. Visa applications by citizen of certain countries (Afghanistan, Cameroon, Guinea, Israel, Liberia, Niger, Nigeria, DPRK/North Korea, Pakistan, and Somalia) require approval/authorization from the Directorate General of Immigration in Jakarta (see calling Visa).

Purpose

The holders of passports of 64 countries and 1 region who are visiting Indonesia for certain purposes may apply visa on arrival (VoA) at certain immigration check points in Indonesia.

Visa on Arrival allows you to stay in Indonesia up to 30 days and can be extended for another 30 days at the nearest immigration office in Indonesia.

  1. Holiday/tourism
  2. Family visit
  3. Social visit
  4. Art and Cultural visit
  5. Government visit
  6. Business meeting
  7. Giving lecture or attend seminar
  8. Attend a meeting held by head/branch office in Indonesia
  9. Continue journey to another country (transit)

This visa must not be used for work and cannot be converted to other types of stay permit.

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