Your original passport with a validity of at least 6 months after the expiry date of your visa.
It is also important that your passport contains at least 2 empty visa pages that are opposite each other.
An official, color passport photo that meets the following conditions:
- The photo is less than 3 months old
- The background is white or light gray in color
- The dimensions are 3.5 x 4.5 cm
- No glasses are worn in the photo
A flight confirmation/e-ticket of a round trip.
The confirmation or e-ticket must state the name of the traveler (as stated in the passport) and must show the full flight schedule.
Signed embassy form
After you have completed the online application form on this website, you will receive an e-mail stating which other documents are needed in your case (you can also check this yourself on this page). You will also find an embassy form in this email. This embassy form has already been filled in digitally, but still has to be printed (note: one-sided!) And signed. This should be done with a black pen.
The traveler must provide a letter which states that Traveldocs is authorized to process the application for you.
This letter must be signed and written by the traveler. We provide a format/sample of this letter in our documentation package.
When applying for a Social Cultural visa, the following extra documents must be delivered as well:
- An invitation letter from the company/person, this letter should contain a stamp, known as a Materai. Without this stamp the invitation letter will not be accepted by the Indonesian embassy;
- A copy of the KTP-Card from the person who signed the invitation letter.
When applying for a Business visa, the following extra documents must be delivered:
- An invitation letter from the inviting company. This letter should also contain the Materai stamp/seal;
- A copy of the KTP-Card from the person who signed the invitation letter;
- A guarantee letter from the company the traveler is working at. Self employed travelers and entrepreneurs have to provide an extract from the Chamber of Commerce.
What is visa for Indonesia?
If you want to go to Indonesia for a holiday or business trip, you must apply for a regular visa before entering the country. The visa is a sticker, which is issued by the Indonesian government and is affixed to the passport. With this visa you have permission to enter the territory of Indonesia. This visa is usually issued by the Embassy of Indonesia in The Hague.
The visa will be checked during passport control in Indonesia. If you arrive by plane, the first visa check will probably already take place at the airport.
Our staff will work professionally to ensure that your visa application for Indonesia is presented flawlessly at the Indonesian Embassy, so you can travel with confidence.
Do I need a visa Indonesia application?
This depends on the number of days you will be staying in the country. Indonesia has a free stamp, which stands for a visa-free entrance with a maximum stay of 30 days. If you cannot proof that you are leaving the country within 30 days after arrival, a visa is needed in advance. A visa free entry will in that case not be granted. In addition, there is a Visa on Arrival, which the traveler can buy at the airport of arrival. This is a small sticker that will be placed in the passport. It is important to know that you can only extend a Visa on Arrival if the stay unexpectedly lasts longer than you had previously planned. If you only obtained a stamp upon entry, you must leave the country after 29 days and you may only re-enter Indonesia after 24 hours. We can not secure an entry without a visa. Therefore is it strongly advices to obtain a regular visa in advance via our website.
- Although you can extend a Visa on Arrival by 30 days, it will not be issued if you indicate in advance that you want to stay longer than 30 days in Indonesia. For this you must have obtained a regular visa before departure.
- Even if you cannot demonstrate that you will leave the country within 30 days, you must apply for a regular visa before departure.
Visa-free/Visa on arrival entry therefore only applies to stays shorter than 30 days, which can be proven.
We also cannot guarantee entry without a visa, as the Indonesian government and local Immigration Officers reserve the right to refuse entry to the country at any time.
With a visa Indonesia application, you save yourself a lot of effort and long queues.
What types of visas are available for Indonesia?
Various visas are available for Indonesia. The type of visa depends on your destination. The most common are a visa for touristic- or a visa for business purposes. However, you also have a visa for journalists, a visa for students, a work visa, a transit (transfer) visa and a visa on personal invitation (Social Cultural). For example, with a social cultural visa you can do an internship in Indonesia. You must be invited for this by someone in Indonesia who can guarantee you financially during your whole stay. This invitation must be authorized by the Indonesian government.
The purpose of your trip determines the type of visa you need to apply for. If you are unsure which visa is most applicable to your situation, do not hesitate to contact us! Our employees can advise you on this.
How long does the processing take and what are the costs of the visa Indonesia application?
The processing time normally takes only 6 business days from the moment of submission. In busy (holiday) periods, however, it can increase to 8 – 10 working days. Therefore always apply for your visa about 6 weeks before departure to ensure that you have everything in order on time. The visa for Indonesia does not have an urgent procedure. This means that it is not possible to obtain a visa in less than 7 workingdays!
The cost of the tourist visa is €96.95 euros for a visa with a validity of 60 days and a single entry.
For business visas, this is from € 91.95 euros for a single entry visa with a validity of 60 days. However, business travelers are also eligible for a 1 year visa for Indonesia. See the conditions and rates for this on our visa Indonesia page.