INDONESIA

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  • Transit Visa

    Visa On Arrival
      • Passport (Required)

        • Current Passport with atleast 6 months validity

      • Air Ticket (Required)

        • Confirmed onward/departure ticket from Indonesia

    • Visa Fee: $ 35


      Visa issued at port of entry in Indonesia

      Validity from Travel Date: 30 Days

      Entry Type: Single

      • Indians travelling to Indonesia have convenient visa options to choose from, depending on their purpose of visit. We have enlisted the various types of visas available:

        Tourist Visa Exemption: Effective September 15, 2015 Indonesia has announced Visa free travel to Indonesia for tourism purposes only

        Visa on Arrival: This type of visa is for Indian citizens who wish to visit Indonesia for a period ranging from 7 days to a maximum of 30 days. The purpose of the trip may range from business dealings to social and travel tours.

        Tourist Visa: Tourist Visa (single or multiple entries) is for passengers travelling from India to Indonesia for tourism or travel purposes. The period of stay is a maximum of 60 days per visit.

        Business Visa: Business Visa (single or multiple entries) is meant for Indians who are visiting Indonesia for the purpose of business activities without taking up employment. Using this visa, you can stay in the country for a maximum of 60 days per trip.

        Transit Visa: Transit visa allows a passenger to travel across or through Indonesian airports on way to another country. Maximum allowable stay per visit is 14 days. 

        Tourist Visa Exemption

        Effective from September 18, 2015, India Citizen and foreign nationals of 75 countries and territories are eligible for Tourist Visa Exemption. This type of visa is granted for 30 days, non-extendable and cannot be converted into another type of visa. It’s important to note that this exemption is only allowed if you are visiting Indonesia for tourism purposes and you wouldn’t be required to pay the USD 35 fee enlisted under the VOA. You can proceed straight to immigration where your passport will be stamped. For all other purposes like business or social dealings, the VOA facility is available by paying the requisite fee. For an Indian passenger, the most common airports for arrival are Soekarno-Hatta Airport (Jakarta) and Ngurah Rai Airport (Denpasar - Bali).

        Visa on Arrival (VOA)

        The Visa on Arrival allows Indian passport holders to stay for a maximum period of 30 days and can be extended to another 30 days. Citizens of only certain countries can apply for VOA if they enter through the designated ports of entry. The list of airports and seaports with VOA facility are listed here.

        If you are planning to visit Indonesia by securing this category of visa, you need to follow the following steps:

        Fill up the immigration card that will be handed out on the plane. Proceed towards the immigration desk and submit the completed form along with all the documents as provided in the Document Checklist section there. When you get to the Visa on Arrival payment counter, you will see a chart with the exchange rate of the day. You need to make the requisite payment of USD35 or USD15, based on your period of stay - 30 days or 7 days respectively.  If you pay the visa on arrival fee in a USD, then Indonesian Rupiah will be given as change. Credit cards are accepted for VOA payments. After paying the VOA fee; you can proceed to the Immigration counter, where the immigration officer will stamp your passport. 

        If you plan to stay for more than 30 days you can extend your visa (with another 30 days) while in Indonesia. You need to start the extension process latest 7 days before your Visa on Arrival expires.

        Application Guide for all other Visa Types

        Visas can be secured through the Indonesian Consulate or Embassy located in the country.You can start an application form online and you will need to gather documents as listed in our Document Checklist section. 

        Upon completion of the visa application form, download, print and put your signature across the designated spaces. For the online application, you will need to upload a digital copy of your photograph. Once you have the documents ready, you can submit the same at the nearest mission. Indonesia has 2 missions in India - one each in New Delhi and Mumbai, both are listed in the Embassy Information tab. 

        Note: Embassies have the authority to issue only single entry visa. If multiple entry visa is required then you need to have prior approval from the Immigration Department in Indonesia.

        Post Submission

        Your application will be forwarded to the concerned visa official who will check and approve it. Once your application is approved, a Visa officer will contact you and inform when you can collect the visa. 

        The processing time is usually just 2 working days excluding the date of submission, Saturday, Sundays & Public Holidays

    • Embassy of the Republic of Indonesia

      No.50-A, Kautilya Marg, Chanakyapuri
      New Delhi  110021
      India

        +91 (11) 2611 8642

        +91 (11) 2687 4402

        newdelhi.kbri@kemlu.go.id

        http://www.kemlu.go.id/newdelhi/en/default.aspx

      Operating Hours

      Social Media Channels

      Consulate General of The Republic of Indonesia

      19, Altamount Road, Cumballa Hill
      Mumbai  400026
      India

        +91 (22) 2351 1678

        +91 (22) 2351 0941

        kjrimumb@bom3.vsnl.net.in

        http://www.kjrimumbai.net/

      Operating Hours


      • Do I need to produce a return ticket when entering Indonesia?

      • What is the difference between visa validity and the maximum allowed stay in Indonesia?

      • Do I need to provide my passport to get an Indonesia visa?

  • Transit Visa

    Visa Required
      • Visa Application Form (Required)

        • Completed Visa Application Form

          If applying through New Delhi, use the online application form

          If applying through Mumbai, use the online application form or complete the form available here

        • View Document
      • Passport (Required)

        • Original current Passport

          Passport should be valid for 6 months and should have atleast one blank page

      • Photograph (Required)

        • Two recent colour photograph size (3 x 4 cm) with red background

      • Covering Letter (Required)

        • A typed covering letter from the Applicant with his/her Company details, profession,  applicants resident address, purpose and duration of stay, contact details, travel dates and who will bear the expenses of the travel.

      • Travel Itinerary (Required)

        • Confirmed onward/ return air ticket/ onward visa for next destination

      • Financial Evidence (Required)

        • Bank statements for last 3 months

          Proof of Funds: USD 1000 endorsed on passport or two photocopies of International credit card

      • Accomodation Evidence (Required)

        • Hotel confirmation from Indonesia

      • Birth Certificate (Optional)

        • Original birth certificate for the passengers, who are below 18 years.

    • Visa Fee: ₹ 3000Processing Time: 2 working days


      Visa Validity from Issue Date: 90 Days

      Visa Validity from Travel Date: 60 Days

      Entry Type: Single

      Multiple Entry Visas are available for a fee of INR 6600 (additional documentation requirements apply)

      • Indians travelling to Indonesia have convenient visa options to choose from, depending on their purpose of visit. We have enlisted the various types of visas available:

        Tourist Visa Exemption: Effective September 15, 2015 Indonesia has announced Visa free travel to Indonesia for tourism purposes only

        Visa on Arrival: This type of visa is for Indian citizens who wish to visit Indonesia for a period ranging from 7 days to a maximum of 30 days. The purpose of the trip may range from business dealings to social and travel tours.

        Tourist Visa: Tourist Visa (single or multiple entries) is for passengers travelling from India to Indonesia for tourism or travel purposes. The period of stay is a maximum of 60 days per visit.

        Business Visa: Business Visa (single or multiple entries) is meant for Indians who are visiting Indonesia for the purpose of business activities without taking up employment. Using this visa, you can stay in the country for a maximum of 60 days per trip.

        Transit Visa: Transit visa allows a passenger to travel across or through Indonesian airports on way to another country. Maximum allowable stay per visit is 14 days. 

        Tourist Visa Exemption

        Effective from September 18, 2015, India Citizen and foreign nationals of 75 countries and territories are eligible for Tourist Visa Exemption. This type of visa is granted for 30 days, non-extendable and cannot be converted into another type of visa. It’s important to note that this exemption is only allowed if you are visiting Indonesia for tourism purposes and you wouldn’t be required to pay the USD 35 fee enlisted under the VOA. You can proceed straight to immigration where your passport will be stamped. For all other purposes like business or social dealings, the VOA facility is available by paying the requisite fee. For an Indian passenger, the most common airports for arrival are Soekarno-Hatta Airport (Jakarta) and Ngurah Rai Airport (Denpasar - Bali).

        Visa on Arrival (VOA)

        The Visa on Arrival allows Indian passport holders to stay for a maximum period of 30 days and can be extended to another 30 days. Citizens of only certain countries can apply for VOA if they enter through the designated ports of entry. The list of airports and seaports with VOA facility are listed here.

        If you are planning to visit Indonesia by securing this category of visa, you need to follow the following steps:

        Fill up the immigration card that will be handed out on the plane. Proceed towards the immigration desk and submit the completed form along with all the documents as provided in the Document Checklist section there. When you get to the Visa on Arrival payment counter, you will see a chart with the exchange rate of the day. You need to make the requisite payment of USD35 or USD15, based on your period of stay - 30 days or 7 days respectively.  If you pay the visa on arrival fee in a USD, then Indonesian Rupiah will be given as change. Credit cards are accepted for VOA payments. After paying the VOA fee; you can proceed to the Immigration counter, where the immigration officer will stamp your passport. 

        If you plan to stay for more than 30 days you can extend your visa (with another 30 days) while in Indonesia. You need to start the extension process latest 7 days before your Visa on Arrival expires.

        Application Guide for all other Visa Types

        Visas can be secured through the Indonesian Consulate or Embassy located in the country.You can start an application form online and you will need to gather documents as listed in our Document Checklist section. 

        Upon completion of the visa application form, download, print and put your signature across the designated spaces. For the online application, you will need to upload a digital copy of your photograph. Once you have the documents ready, you can submit the same at the nearest mission. Indonesia has 2 missions in India - one each in New Delhi and Mumbai, both are listed in the Embassy Information tab. 

        Note: Embassies have the authority to issue only single entry visa. If multiple entry visa is required then you need to have prior approval from the Immigration Department in Indonesia.

        Post Submission

        Your application will be forwarded to the concerned visa official who will check and approve it. Once your application is approved, a Visa officer will contact you and inform when you can collect the visa. 

        The processing time is usually just 2 working days excluding the date of submission, Saturday, Sundays & Public Holidays

    • Embassy of the Republic of Indonesia

      No.50-A, Kautilya Marg, Chanakyapuri
      New Delhi  110021
      India

        +91 (11) 2611 8642

        +91 (11) 2687 4402

        newdelhi.kbri@kemlu.go.id

        http://www.kemlu.go.id/newdelhi/en/default.aspx

      Operating Hours

      Social Media Channels

      Consulate General of The Republic of Indonesia

      19, Altamount Road, Cumballa Hill
      Mumbai  400026
      India

        +91 (22) 2351 1678

        +91 (22) 2351 0941

        kjrimumb@bom3.vsnl.net.in

        http://www.kjrimumbai.net/

      Operating Hours


      • Do I need to produce a return ticket when entering Indonesia?

      • What is the difference between visa validity and the maximum allowed stay in Indonesia?

      • Do I need to provide my passport to get an Indonesia visa?

  • Transit Visa

    Visa Required
      • Visa Application Form (Required)

        • Completed Visa Application Form

          If applying through New Delhi, use the online application form

          If applying through Mumbai, use the online application form or complete the form available here

        • View Document
      • Passport (Required)

        • Original current Passport

          Passport should be valid for 6 months and should have atleast one blank page

      • Photograph (Required)

        • Two recent colour photograph size (3 x 4 cm) with red background

      • Travel Itinerary (Required)

        • Confirmed onward/ return air ticket/ onward visa for next destination

      • Accomodation Evidence (Required)

        • Hotel confirmation from Indonesia

      • Financial Evidence (Required)

        • Bank statements for last 3 months

          Proof of Funds: USD 1000 endorsed on passport or two photocopies of International credit card

      • Covering Letter (Required)

        • A typed covering letter from the Applicant with his/her Company details, profession,  applicants resident address, purpose and duration of stay, contact details, travel dates and who will bear the expenses of the travel

      • Company Letter (Required)

        • An introductory letter from the company or firm in India, indicating purpose of visit, organisation to be visited and duration of purposed stay.

      • Invitation Letter (Required)

        • A letter of invitation from the associates in Indonesia, confirming that they will bear the expenses while passenger is in Indonesia, this should be faxed directly to the Embassy.

      • Business Proof (Required)

        • A copy of KTP (Kartu Tanda Penduduk) card or KIM's of the inviter.

    • Visa Fee: ₹ 3000Processing Time: 2 working days


      Visa Validity from Issue Date: 90 Days

      Visa Validity from Travel Date: 60 Days

      Entry Type: Single

      Multiple Entry Visa is available for a fee of INR 6600 (additional documentation requirements apply)

       

      • Indians travelling to Indonesia have convenient visa options to choose from, depending on their purpose of visit. We have enlisted the various types of visas available:

        Tourist Visa Exemption: Effective September 15, 2015 Indonesia has announced Visa free travel to Indonesia for tourism purposes only

        Visa on Arrival: This type of visa is for Indian citizens who wish to visit Indonesia for a period ranging from 7 days to a maximum of 30 days. The purpose of the trip may range from business dealings to social and travel tours.

        Tourist Visa: Tourist Visa (single or multiple entries) is for passengers travelling from India to Indonesia for tourism or travel purposes. The period of stay is a maximum of 60 days per visit.

        Business Visa: Business Visa (single or multiple entries) is meant for Indians who are visiting Indonesia for the purpose of business activities without taking up employment. Using this visa, you can stay in the country for a maximum of 60 days per trip.

        Transit Visa: Transit visa allows a passenger to travel across or through Indonesian airports on way to another country. Maximum allowable stay per visit is 14 days. 

        Tourist Visa Exemption

        Effective from September 18, 2015, India Citizen and foreign nationals of 75 countries and territories are eligible for Tourist Visa Exemption. This type of visa is granted for 30 days, non-extendable and cannot be converted into another type of visa. It’s important to note that this exemption is only allowed if you are visiting Indonesia for tourism purposes and you wouldn’t be required to pay the USD 35 fee enlisted under the VOA. You can proceed straight to immigration where your passport will be stamped. For all other purposes like business or social dealings, the VOA facility is available by paying the requisite fee. For an Indian passenger, the most common airports for arrival are Soekarno-Hatta Airport (Jakarta) and Ngurah Rai Airport (Denpasar - Bali).

        Visa on Arrival (VOA)

        The Visa on Arrival allows Indian passport holders to stay for a maximum period of 30 days and can be extended to another 30 days. Citizens of only certain countries can apply for VOA if they enter through the designated ports of entry. The list of airports and seaports with VOA facility are listed here.

        If you are planning to visit Indonesia by securing this category of visa, you need to follow the following steps:

        Fill up the immigration card that will be handed out on the plane. Proceed towards the immigration desk and submit the completed form along with all the documents as provided in the Document Checklist section there. When you get to the Visa on Arrival payment counter, you will see a chart with the exchange rate of the day. You need to make the requisite payment of USD35 or USD15, based on your period of stay - 30 days or 7 days respectively.  If you pay the visa on arrival fee in a USD, then Indonesian Rupiah will be given as change. Credit cards are accepted for VOA payments. After paying the VOA fee; you can proceed to the Immigration counter, where the immigration officer will stamp your passport. 

        If you plan to stay for more than 30 days you can extend your visa (with another 30 days) while in Indonesia. You need to start the extension process latest 7 days before your Visa on Arrival expires.

        Application Guide for all other Visa Types

        Visas can be secured through the Indonesian Consulate or Embassy located in the country.You can start an application form online and you will need to gather documents as listed in our Document Checklist section. 

        Upon completion of the visa application form, download, print and put your signature across the designated spaces. For the online application, you will need to upload a digital copy of your photograph. Once you have the documents ready, you can submit the same at the nearest mission. Indonesia has 2 missions in India - one each in New Delhi and Mumbai, both are listed in the Embassy Information tab. 

        Note: Embassies have the authority to issue only single entry visa. If multiple entry visa is required then you need to have prior approval from the Immigration Department in Indonesia.

        Post Submission

        Your application will be forwarded to the concerned visa official who will check and approve it. Once your application is approved, a Visa officer will contact you and inform when you can collect the visa. 

        The processing time is usually just 2 working days excluding the date of submission, Saturday, Sundays & Public Holidays

    • Embassy of the Republic of Indonesia

      No.50-A, Kautilya Marg, Chanakyapuri
      New Delhi  110021
      India

        +91 (11) 2611 8642

        +91 (11) 2687 4402

        newdelhi.kbri@kemlu.go.id

        http://www.kemlu.go.id/newdelhi/en/default.aspx

      Operating Hours

      Social Media Channels

      Consulate General of The Republic of Indonesia

      19, Altamount Road, Cumballa Hill
      Mumbai  400026
      India

        +91 (22) 2351 1678

        +91 (22) 2351 0941

        kjrimumb@bom3.vsnl.net.in

        http://www.kjrimumbai.net/

      Operating Hours


      • Do I need to produce a return ticket when entering Indonesia?

      • What is the difference between visa validity and the maximum allowed stay in Indonesia?

      • Do I need to provide my passport to get an Indonesia visa?

  • Transit Visa

    Visa Required
      • Visa Application Form (Required)

        • Completed Visa Application Form

          If applying through New Delhi, use the online application form

          If applying through Mumbai, use the online application form or complete the form available here

        • View Document
      • Passport (Required)

        • Original current Passport

          Passport should be valid for 6 months and have atleast one blank page

      • Photograph (Required)

        • Two recent colour photograph size (3 x 4 cm) with red background

      • Travel Itinerary (Required)

        • Confirmed onward air ticket with visa for next destination of travel

    • Visa Fee: ₹ 3000Processing Time: 2 working days


      Visa Validity from Issue Date: 90 Days

      Visa Validity from Travel Date: 14 Days

      Entry Type: Single

      • Indians travelling to Indonesia have convenient visa options to choose from, depending on their purpose of visit. We have enlisted the various types of visas available:

        Tourist Visa Exemption: Effective September 15, 2015 Indonesia has announced Visa free travel to Indonesia for tourism purposes only

        Visa on Arrival: This type of visa is for Indian citizens who wish to visit Indonesia for a period ranging from 7 days to a maximum of 30 days. The purpose of the trip may range from business dealings to social and travel tours.

        Tourist Visa: Tourist Visa (single or multiple entries) is for passengers travelling from India to Indonesia for tourism or travel purposes. The period of stay is a maximum of 60 days per visit.

        Business Visa: Business Visa (single or multiple entries) is meant for Indians who are visiting Indonesia for the purpose of business activities without taking up employment. Using this visa, you can stay in the country for a maximum of 60 days per trip.

        Transit Visa: Transit visa allows a passenger to travel across or through Indonesian airports on way to another country. Maximum allowable stay per visit is 14 days. 

        Tourist Visa Exemption

        Effective from September 18, 2015, India Citizen and foreign nationals of 75 countries and territories are eligible for Tourist Visa Exemption. This type of visa is granted for 30 days, non-extendable and cannot be converted into another type of visa. It’s important to note that this exemption is only allowed if you are visiting Indonesia for tourism purposes and you wouldn’t be required to pay the USD 35 fee enlisted under the VOA. You can proceed straight to immigration where your passport will be stamped. For all other purposes like business or social dealings, the VOA facility is available by paying the requisite fee. For an Indian passenger, the most common airports for arrival are Soekarno-Hatta Airport (Jakarta) and Ngurah Rai Airport (Denpasar - Bali).

        Visa on Arrival (VOA)

        The Visa on Arrival allows Indian passport holders to stay for a maximum period of 30 days and can be extended to another 30 days. Citizens of only certain countries can apply for VOA if they enter through the designated ports of entry. The list of airports and seaports with VOA facility are listed here.

        If you are planning to visit Indonesia by securing this category of visa, you need to follow the following steps:

        Fill up the immigration card that will be handed out on the plane. Proceed towards the immigration desk and submit the completed form along with all the documents as provided in the Document Checklist section there. When you get to the Visa on Arrival payment counter, you will see a chart with the exchange rate of the day. You need to make the requisite payment of USD35 or USD15, based on your period of stay - 30 days or 7 days respectively.  If you pay the visa on arrival fee in a USD, then Indonesian Rupiah will be given as change. Credit cards are accepted for VOA payments. After paying the VOA fee; you can proceed to the Immigration counter, where the immigration officer will stamp your passport. 

        If you plan to stay for more than 30 days you can extend your visa (with another 30 days) while in Indonesia. You need to start the extension process latest 7 days before your Visa on Arrival expires.

        Application Guide for all other Visa Types

        Visas can be secured through the Indonesian Consulate or Embassy located in the country.You can start an application form online and you will need to gather documents as listed in our Document Checklist section. 

        Upon completion of the visa application form, download, print and put your signature across the designated spaces. For the online application, you will need to upload a digital copy of your photograph. Once you have the documents ready, you can submit the same at the nearest mission. Indonesia has 2 missions in India - one each in New Delhi and Mumbai, both are listed in the Embassy Information tab. 

        Note: Embassies have the authority to issue only single entry visa. If multiple entry visa is required then you need to have prior approval from the Immigration Department in Indonesia.

        Post Submission

        Your application will be forwarded to the concerned visa official who will check and approve it. Once your application is approved, a Visa officer will contact you and inform when you can collect the visa. 

        The processing time is usually just 2 working days excluding the date of submission, Saturday, Sundays & Public Holidays

    • Embassy of the Republic of Indonesia

      No.50-A, Kautilya Marg, Chanakyapuri
      New Delhi  110021
      India

        +91 (11) 2611 8642

        +91 (11) 2687 4402

        newdelhi.kbri@kemlu.go.id

        http://www.kemlu.go.id/newdelhi/en/default.aspx

      Operating Hours

      Social Media Channels

      Consulate General of The Republic of Indonesia

      19, Altamount Road, Cumballa Hill
      Mumbai  400026
      India

        +91 (22) 2351 1678

        +91 (22) 2351 0941

        kjrimumb@bom3.vsnl.net.in

        http://www.kjrimumbai.net/

      Operating Hours


      • Do I need to produce a return ticket when entering Indonesia?

      • What is the difference between visa validity and the maximum allowed stay in Indonesia?

      • Do I need to provide my passport to get an Indonesia visa?

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