90 Countries Now Eligible to Visit Indonesia without a Visa

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90 Countries Now Eligible to Visit Indonesia without a Visa

Many of you may have already heard that Indonesia’s President Joko Widodo recently signed Presidential Decree No. 104 of 2015 extending short stay visa free facilities to the citizens of 75 countries. This means nationals from 90 countries can now enjoy Visa Free Entry into Indonesia, effectively doubling the number of visa-free nationalities with immediate effect.

Tourist Visa Free Facilities are valid for only 30 days and are non-extendable and cannot be converted into any other type of visa. The Visa Free facility can be used for the following purposes: government duties, education, social-cultural purposes, business, tourism, family visits and on transit.

5 Entry Ports

To enjoy the visa free facility on arrival, entry must be made through 5 designated airports: Jakarta, Bali, Batam, Surabaya and Medan and 4 seaports: Sekupang, Batam Center, Nongsa Terminal Bahari, Marina Teluk Senimba and Citra Tri Tunas.

Departure Ports

Exit must be made only through specified International Airports, Seaports and Land Borders.

The Departure points where visa-free tourists may exit Indonesia are:

Airports: Soekarno-Hatta and Halim Airport, Jakarta; Bandung airport; Adisucipto Yogyakarta; Solo; Semarang; Surabaya, Bali; Kupang; Aceh; Batam; Pekanbaru airport; Palembang; Padang; Kuala Namu and Polonia Medan; Hasanuddin ; Sam Ratulangi Manado; and Balikpapan.

Seaports : Nongsa , Sekupang, Batam Center, Harbor Bay, Marina Teluk Senimba, Batam; Bandar Bentan Telani, Bandar Seri Udana, and Tanjung Pinang on Bintan, Tg Balai Karimun; Dumai Riau; Teluk Nibung Tg. Balai Asahan; Bandar Sri Setia Raya Bengkalis; Belawan Medan; Kuala Langsa; Sibolga, Siak Seri Indrapura Riau; Padang; Bengkulu port; Benoa and Padang Bai Bali; Tg Priok Jakarta, Yos Sudarso Cirebon; Tg Mas Semarang, Surabaya, Makassar; Bitung port; Kupang Nunukan, Malundung Tarakan; and Jayapura.

Land borders: Mota’an Atambua and Entikong, Kalimantan.

The following are the Countries extended Visa Free Facilities according to Presidential Decree No. 104 of 2015:

  1. South Africa
  2. Algeria
  3. United States of America
  4. Angola
  5. Argentina
  6. Austria
  7. Azerbaijan
  8. Bahrain
  9. The Netherlands
  10. Belarus
  11. Belgium
  12. Bulgaria
  13. Czech Republic
  14. Denmark
  15. Dominican Republic
  16. Estonia
  17. Fiji
  18. Finland
  19. Ghana
  20. Hungary
  21. India
  22. The United Kingdom
  23. Ireland
  24. Iceland
  25. Italy
  26. Japan
  27. Germany
  28. Canada
  29. Kazakhstan
  30. Kirgizstan
  31. Croatia
  32. South Korea
  33. Kuwait
  34. Latvia
  35. Lebanon
  36. Liechtenstein
  37. Lithuania
  38. Luxemburg
  39. The Maldives
  40. Malta
  41. Mexico
  42. Egypt
  43. Monaco
  44. Norway
  45. Oman
  46. Panama
  47. Papua New Guinea
  48. France
  49. Poland
  50. Portugal
  51. Qatar
  52. People’s Republic of China
  53. Rumania
  54. Russia
  55. San Marino
  56. Saudi Arabia
  57. New Zealand
  58. Seychelles
  59. Cyprus
  60. Slovakia
  61. Slovenia
  62. Spain
  63. Suriname
  64. Sweden
  65. Switzerland
  66. Taiwan
  67. Tanzania
  68. Timor Leste
  69. Tunisia
  70. Turkey
  71. United Arab Emirates
  72. The Vatican
  73. Venezuela
  74. Jordan
  75. Greece

While the existing 15 countries/Regions already given Visa Free status are:

  1. Thailand
  2. Malaysia
  3. Singapore
  4. Brunei Darussalam
  5. The Philippines
  6. Cambodia
  7. Myanmar
  8. Laos
  9. Vietnam
  10. Hong Kong SAR
  11. Macau SAR
  12. Chile
  13. Morocco
  14. Peru
  15. Ecuador

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