The European Union (EU) has announced that it plans to introduce a document referred to as a “Green Certificate” to allow safe travel between member states during the COVID-19 pandemic. The EU Green Certificate will show information about any coronavirus vaccinations or tests the individual has received. Travelers can then use the certificate as proof
Visa Policy for Indonesia
The visa policy of Indonesia determines who may enter the country without a visitor’s visa and which foreign citizens need a visa for Indonesia.
Regardless of whether they need a visa for Indonesia or not, most international travelers are required to present a passport valid for at least 6 months from the date of arrival to gain entry to Indonesia. However, business travelers from select countries are able to gain entry with a passport with a minimum validity of 3 months.
All visitors must also have a valid flight ticket for return or onward travel. Indonesian immigration authorities may also ask arrivals to present supporting documents such as proof of sufficient funds to cover the stay in Indonesia and a confirmed hotel booking.
At present, travelers from roughly 170 countries do not need a visa to visit Indonesia for a stay for up to 30 days. A visa-free stay is permitted for a range of purposes including for tourism and cultural activities, a range of business activities, to visit friends or family, or to transit through the country.
To visit these countries for longer periods of stay or other purposes not permitted with visa exemption, these travelers are required to apply for a visa for Indonesia from the nearest Indonesian diplomatic government office. Additionally, roughly 75 nationalities must have an approved Indonesian embassy visa no matter the travel purpose or intended duration of stay.
It should be noted that business travelers from a select number of countries are now able to apply for an Indonesia e-Visa online. This simplified protocol eliminates the need to visit an embassy in person or endure long immigration queues to complete and submit a visa on arrival application at the border.
The online Indonesia business visa may be issued as either a single entry or multiple entry e-Visa, and for varying periods of permitted stay and validity. This depends on the individual needs of the traveler.
At present, there are no Indonesia visa bans in place for any foreign nationalities.
Discover further information about the different types of visa for Indonesia.