Visa Information Indonesia
Citizens of 169 countries can receive a 30-day visa for free upon arrival. This visa cannot be extended. If you’re buying a visa on arrival be sure to have the exact change in USD. Please click on the IATA Travel Centre for more information about entry requirements to Indonesia and whether your nationality is listed in the 169 free visa upon arrival.
If you’re thinking of staying for longer than a month you might want to get the Visa On Arrival (USD 35) for most nationalities. This can be extended whilst in Indonesia. Please make sure that you have the exact change in USD upon arrival.
If you are not entitled to get a visa upon arrival, or you wish to stay longer and have your visa stay pre-arranged, we are happy to arrange a 60-day tourist visa for you which can be extended in Indonesia.
Covid19 and Vaccinations Requirements Indonesia
The following vaccinations are usually recommended for travel to Indonesia: Tetanus, Hepatitis A, Typhoid, Rabies. Please note that not all islands in Indonesia are malaria free. We also recommend you to read about Dengue Fever and bring enough mosquito repellent.
You can also log on to the IATA Travel Centre to read more about health and vaccine requirements including the Covid19 vaccine entry requirements. Presently, a passenger needs to be fully vaccinated (two times) and bring an internationally recognised vaccination certificate to enter the country but a booster (third vaccine) is required for domestic travel within Indonesia by bus, boat, train or plane.
Kindly note that above information is subject to change without prior notice (last update 7 October 2022)