Indonesia visa on arrival

Indonesia visa on arrival allows you to stay in Indonesia for up to 30 days (can be extended for a further 30 days). Visa is granted for tourism (B1), business (B2), medical (B3), or governmental (B4) purposes.

What can you do with a visa on arrival?

Allowed with Visa on Arrival:

  • Tourism activities
  • Attending meetings
  • Purchasing goods
  • Negotiating contracts
  • Seeking medical treatment

❌ Not Allowed with Visa on Arrival:

  • Working for compensation.
  • Selling services or goods.
  • Receiving rewards from Indonesian entities.
  • Engaging in journalism or research.
  • Long-term residence or employment

How to get a visa on arrival in Indonesia?

To obtain a Visa on Arrival in Indonesia, you must present the following documents to the immigration officer upon arrival for immigration inspection:

  • A passport valid for at least six months.
  • An outbound ticket from Indonesia.

These requirements apply to all types of Electronic Visas on Arrival (B1-B4). Compliance with Indonesian laws and respect for local customs and culture are also expected during your stay.

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