Visa and kitas: Indonesia
Indonesia requires a visa for Indonesia travel the exotic lands of Indonesia. You can obtain a visa at the Embassy of Indonesia in your country or there is a visa on arrival option. The Indonesia Indonesia has several different views to fit your stay.Kitas are different are for those staying in more than 60 days and usually starts from an Indonesian citizen or company. recently, I've added a kitas retirement.
Indonesia visa on arrival:
Indonesia visa on arrival for both the tourist to indonesia planning for stays of less than 30 days, the visa on arrival it is not extensible and expires when you leave the country.
or visa on arrival can be bought at airports of Jakarta, Bali, Surabaya, Medan, Padang, Pekanbaru, Manado, Biak, Ambon Balikpapan, Pontianak, Kupang, Batam and South Sumatra.
or visa on arrival is also available a limited number of seaports, including terminals Batam and Bintan ferry near Singapore
or visa on arrival lets you travel to different islands in Indonesia
or there are four regions in Indonesia that aliens are not allowed to visit without special authorisation and approval; written, Maluku and Poso/West Papua Irian Jaya.
To enter a restricted regions must obtain special permission from the Indonesian authorities and advise the Embassy/Consulate General about the intention of visiting the restricted areas.
or passports must have at least 6 months before the expiry
or show that you have to leave the country as a ticket for return or onward journey
Indonesian visa or require a completely blank page of passport where they visa stamp.
or USD 10.00 for 7 days and $ 25.00 for 30 days
If you go into your time is a tax 20,00 per day to 29 days.
62 countries and 1 region may require a visa on arrival.
Argentina, Fiji, Libya Romania, USA, Australia, Finland, Russia, Lithiuania, Algeria, France, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Luxenbourg, Germany, Maldives, Slovak Republic, Belgium, Greece, Malta, Slovenia, Hungary, Mexico, Brazil, Bulgaria, India, Spain, Monaco, South Africa, CZECH, Iceland, New Zealand, South Korea, Cambodia, Iran, the Netherlands, Suriname, Canada, Ireland, Norway, Sweden, Cyprus, Italy, Switzerland, China, Oman, Panama, Japan, Taiwan, Denmark, Portugal, Qatar, Kuwait, Laos, Italy, Tunisia, Egypt, Estonia, Latvia, Poland, UK
I have two suggestions for Indonesia visa on arrival
1. after their stamp to leave your Passport will form with Passport not loose or when leaving you must pay well USD 20.00 in Indonesian rupiah, if you don't have any Rupiahs you must go to THE ATM.
2. If you have someone you pick up at the airport to tell them that the line for a visa on arrival can be 5-40 minutes depending on how many travelers of Indonesia.