(updated on March 10, 2016) Under recent regulation, the Government of the Republic of Indonesia exempted a list of countries which citizens do not need to obtain visa to travel to Indonesia, including Peru and Bolivia citizens. Such exemption applies under certain conditions:

  1. Valid for maximum stay of 30 (thirty) days;
  2. Could not be extended or converted into other immigration permits;
  3. Not valid for journalistic purpose.

In general, citizens who will travel to Indonesia must always have a return ticket; be able to provide proof of availability of living expenses equivalent to US$ 1,500 (one thousand and five hundred US dollars) prior to arriving in Indonesia; and proof of visitation purpose during their stay in Indonesia.

Consular Section

Do Not Need to Obtain Visa to Travel to Indonesia

The List of Countries is as follows:

  •  Albania
  •  Algeria
  •  Andorra
  •  Angola
  •  Antigua and Barbuda
  •  Argentina
  •  Armenia
  •  Australia
  •  Austria
  •  Azerbaijan
  •  Bahamas
  •  Bahrain
  •  Bangladesh
  •  Barbados
  •  Belarus
  •  Belize
  •  Belgium
  •  Benin
  •  Bhutan
  •  Bolivia
  •  Bosnia and Herzegovina
  •  Botswana
  •  Brazil
  •  Brunei#
  •  Bulgaria
  •  Burkina Faso
  •  Burundi
  •  Cambodia#
  •  Canada
  •  Cape Verde
  •  Chad
  •  Chile#
  •  China
  •  Comoros
  •  Costa Rica
  •  Croatia
  •  Cuba
  •  Cyprus
  •  Czech Republic
  •  Denmark
  •  Dominica
  •  Dominican Republic
  •  Ecuador#
  •  Egypt
  •  El Salvador
  •  Estonia
  •  Fiji
  •  Finland
  •  France
  •  Gabon
  •  Gambia
  •  Georgia
  •  Germany
  •  Ghana
  •  Greece
  •  Grenada
  •  Guatemala
  •  Guyana
  •  Haiti
  •  Honduras
  •  Hong Kong#
  •  Hungary
  •  Iceland
  •  India
  •  Ireland
  •  Italy
  •  Ivory Coast
  •  Jamaica
  •  Japan
  •  Jordan
  •  Kazakhstan
  •  Kenya
  •  Kiribati
  •  Kuwait
  •  Kyrgyzstan
  •  Laos#
  •  Latvia
  •  Lebanon
  •  Lesotho
  •  Liechtenstein
  •  Lithuania
  •  Luxembourg
  •  Macau#
  •  Macedonia
  •  Madagascar
  •  Malawi
  •  Malaysia#
  •  Maldives
  •  Mali
  •  Malta
  •  Marshall Islands
  •  Mauritania
  •  Mauritius
  •  Mexico
  •  Moldova
  •  Monaco
  •  Mongolia
  •  Morocco#
  •  Mozambique
  •  Myanmar#
  •  Namibia
  •  Nauru
  •    Nepal
  •  Netherlands
  •  New Zealand
  •  Nicaragua
  •  Norway
  •  Oman
  •  Palau
  •  Palestine
  •  Panama
  •  Papua New Guinea
  •  Paraguay
  •  Peru#
  •  Philippines#
  •  Poland
  •  Portugal
  •  Qatar
  •  Romania
  •  Rwanda
  •  Russia
  •  Samoa
  •  Saint Kitts & Nevis
  •  Saint Lucia
  •  St.Vincent & the Grenadines
  •  San Marino
  •  São Tomé & Príncipe
  •  Saudi Arabia
  •  Senegal
  •  Serbia
  •  Seychelles
  •  Singapore#
  •  Slovakia
  •  Slovenia
  •  Solomon Islands
  •  South Africa
  •  South Korea
  •  Spain
  •  Sri Lanka
  •  Suriname
  •  Swaziland
  •  Sweden
  •   Switzerland
  •  Taiwan
  •  Tajikistan
  •  Tanzania
  •  Thailand#
  •  Timor-Leste
  •  Togo
  •  Tonga
  •  Trinidad & Tobago
  •  Tunisia
  •  Turkey
  •  Turkmenistan
  •  Tuvalu
  •  Uganda
  •  Ukraine
  •  United Arab Emirates
  •  United Kingdom
  •  United States
  •  Uruguay
  •  Uzbekistan
  •  Vanuatu
  •   Vatican City
  •  Venezuela
  •  Vietnam#
  •  Zambia
  •  Zimbabwe
DIPLOMATIC / OFFICIAL VISA

Diplomatic and Official Visas are given to foreign citizens bearing diplomatic, official, service and Laissez Passer passports, for the conduct of diplomatic or official duties/assignments in Indonesia.

Based on reciprocity, the diplomatic or official visa is free of charge, provided that the applicant is eligible and has completed all the requirements.

Requirements:

  • The original diplomatic or official passport, with at least 6 months validity from the date of issue.
  • Visa application form completed and signed by the applicant. (Download)
  • Two recent color photographs (passport size) on picture-quality paper. One of these photographs should be glued to the application form.
  • A Diplomatic Note from the Foreign Ministry, Embassy, Consulate or International Organization.
  • Copy of the airplane ticket or flight itinerary.
Peruvian diplomats and officials do not need to obtain a visa to enter, transit and stay in Indonesia for a period which does not exceed thirty (30) days from the day of entry.
VISIT VISA

Visit visas are given to regular passport holders. There are three types based on the purpose of visit:

  • Tourist
  • Business
  • Social-Cultural Visit (e.g. to visit family/relatives, social or cultural exchange, etc.)
  1. TOURIST VISA
    • Original passport, with at least 6 months validity from the date of issue.
    • Visa application form completed and signed by the applicant.
    • Two recent colour photographs, passport size, on picture-quality paper. One of these photographs should be glued to the application form.
    • Original and copy of bank statements or any other documents to proof the applicant’s good financial conditions.
    • Copy of the original airplane ticket or flight itinerary.
    • Fee: US$ 50.00 (cash)
  2. BUSINESS VISA
    • Original passport, with at least 6 months validity from the date of issue.
    • Visa application form completed and signed by the applicant.
    • Two recent colour photographs, passport size, on picture-quality paper. One of these photographs should be glued to the application form
    • One letter of intent from the Company the applicant represents and another letter from the business partner or sponsor in Indonesia, describing the purpose and time of the visit, and guaranteeing all transportation and living expenses that will incur in Indonesia
    • Copy of the original airplane ticket or flight itinerary.
    • Fee: US$ 50.00 (cash).
  3. SOCIAL CULTURAL VISIT
    • Original passport, with at least 6 months validity from the date of issue
    • Visa application form completed and signed by the applicant
    • Two recent colour photographs, passport size, on picture-quality paper. One of these photographs should be glued to the application form
    • A letter of invitation from a relative or from a social-cultural organization, describing the purpose and time of the visit and guaranteeing all transportation and living expenses that will incur in Indonesia
    • For family visit, include either: (1) a copy of KIMS/KITAS (Indonesian immigration’s temporary stay permit) of the person who is a non-Indonesian citizen that is sponsoring your visit; or (2) if your sponsor is an Indonesian citizen, a copy of the KTP (Indonesian ID card). Please be advised that the foreigner who does not have KIMS/KITAS could not sponsor a family visit
    • Copy of the original airplane ticket or flight itinerary
    • Fee: US$ 50.00 (cash)

This Embassy may only issue a Single Entry Visa for up to 60 days visit; unless you provide the necessary documentation to proof you are eligible to be granted a Multiple Entries Visa. In this case, the applicant’s passport must be valid for at least 1 year and the visa fee is US$ 100.00.
  • Single Entry: you could only use the visa once to enter Indonesia.
  • Multiple Entries: you could use the visa to enter Indonesia several times within one year. However the visitor could stay in Indonesia no longer than sixty (60) days.
The Indonesian Embassy holds the right to deny any applicant that deemed ineligible without disclosing the reason.
The Visit Visa processing is usually completed in two (2) working days. However, please be advised that citizens from certain countries may have a longer time for the completion due to background check.
The Indonesian Visa must be used within ninety (90) days from the date of issue.
Inoculation against yellow fever is recommended but not mandatory.

INDONESIAN EMBASSY IN LIMA, PERU
Av. Las Flores 334 – 336, San Isidro, Lima – Peru 
Phone : [511] 222-0308 /0309 
Fax : [511] 222-2684
E-mail : consular@embajadaindonesia.pe
Office hours :Monday – Friday. 09.00 – 17.00.

LIMITED STAY VISA

The Limited Stay Visa is a single entry visa for a visit that is related to work and to other purposes such as investment, research, family unification, etc. The Limited Stay Visa shall be granted upon authorization of the Directorate General of Immigration of Indonesia.

To initiate the visa application process, the applicant’s sponsor (individual/organization) in Indonesia should request his/her visa authorization directly from the Directorate General of Immigration in Indonesia.

The holder of the Limited Stay Visa is able to extend this visa and to obtain the temporary permit (KIMS/KITAS) once he/she arrives in Indonesia. The single/multiple exit and re-entry permit can be granted by the Immigration Office, if the holder of the Limited Stay Visa is planning to exit and re-enter Indonesia within the period of valid stay permit.

Requirements:
Original passport valid for at least 24 months from the date of issue of the visa. Validity of the passport depends on the intended length of stay.
Visa application form completed and signed by the applicant.
Two recent colour photographs, passport size, on picture-quality paper. One of these photographs should be glued to the application form.
Copy of the Notification of Authorization from Directorate General of Immigration. A copy of this authorization is usually given to the sponsor (individual/organization) in Indonesia, and another copy is sent to the Embassy of Indonesia.
The letter of intent from the sponsor mentioning the purpose and time of the visit.
Copy of the original airplane ticket or flight itinerary.
Fees:

  • Less than 6 months US$ 50
  • 6 months: US$ 55
  • 1 year: US$ 105
  • 2 years: US$ 180

NOTE:
Please read carefully

  • The Indonesian Embassy would not issue a Limited Stay Visa without official notification or approval of the Directorate General of Immigration of Indonesia. If you want to apply for the limited stay visa, please contact your sponsor in Indonesia to apply it through the nearest Immigration Office. If granted, this office will send an official notification to the Indonesian Embassy.
  • The Indonesian Embassy holds the right to deny any applicant that deemed ineligible without disclosing the reason.
  • The Limited Stay Visa processing is usually completed in two (2) working days. However, please be advised that citizens from certain countries may have a longer time for the completion due to background check.
  • The Indonesian Visa must be used within ninety (90) days from the date of issue.
  • Inoculation against yellow fever is recommended but not mandatory.

Visa application by mail (only for Bolivian citizens)
Please read carefully:

  • Before mailing your visa application, please remember that it must be sent along with the applicant’s passport and all visa requirements above mentioned. Your application and passport will be returned, if they are incomplete or wrongfully filled out. This would delay your application process.
  • If you cannot send the visa fee in cash, please contact us to know another way to transfer the money.
  • Contract the courier service that you deem the safest and ask for a pick up request service so you will be entirely responsible for the delivery and return of your documents to and from our office.
  • The Embassy shall not be responsible for any application that gets lost through mail, so make sure you chose the most secure service.
  • The visa processing takes two (2) working days, since the complete visa application has been received by the Embassy.
  • Please remember to address the envelope to:

Sectión Consular
Embajada de Indonesia en Perú
Av. Las Flores 334, San Isidro, Lima 27 – Perú
Tel. (511) 222-0308

TRANSIT VISA

Transit Visa is a single entry visa for a passenger in transit in Indonesia on the way to a foreign destination or to join a transport vehicle that will continue its journey outside Indonesia. Transit Visa may be granted for up to 14 (fourteen) days.

Requirements:
Original passport, with at least 6 months validity from the date of issue.
Visa application form completed and signed by the applicant.
Two recent colour photographs, passport size, on picture-quality paper. One of these photographs should be glued to the application form.
Copy of the original airplane ticket or flight itinerary.
Fee: US$ 20.00

NOTE:
Please read carefully

  • Please be advised that the Indonesian Embassy holds the right to deny any applicant that deemed ineligible without disclosing the reason.
  • The Transit Visa processing is usually completed in 2 (two) working days.
  • Please be advised that the Indonesian Visa must be used within 90 (ninety) days from the date of issue.
  • Inoculation against yellow fever is recommended but not mandatory.

Visa application by mail (only for Bolivian citizens)
Please read carefully:

  • Before mailing your visa application, please remember that it must be sent along with the applicant’s passport and all visa requirements above mentioned. Your application and passport will be returned, if they are incomplete or wrongfully filled out. This would delay your application process.
  • If you cannot send the visa fee in cash, please contact us to know another way to transfer the money. Contract the courier service that you deem the safest and ask for a pick up request service so you will be entirely responsible for the delivery and return of your documents to and from our office.
  • The Embassy shall not be responsible for any application that gets lost through mail, so make sure you chose the most secure service.
  • The visa processing takes two (2) working days, since the complete visa application has been received by the Embassy.
  • Please remember to address the envelope to:

Sección Consular
Embajada de Indonesia en Perú
Av. Las Flores 334, San Isidro, Lima 27 – Perú
Tel. (511) 222-0308

VISA ON ARRIVAL

The Indonesian Government extends Visa on Arrival (VoA) to nationals of 63 countries which can be obtained at designated entry airports and sea ports. Visa-on-Arrival are valid for 30 days and are extendable with another 30 days to be applied at Immigration offices in Indonesia.

Please note that starting 26 January 2010, the 7-day Visa-on-Arrival has been discontinued.
Countries extended Visa-on-Arrival facility are: 
1. Algeria, 2. Australia, 3.Argentina, 4. Austria, 5. Bahrain, 6. Belgium, 7. Brazil, 8. Bulgaria, 9. Cambodia, 10. Canada, 11. Cyprus, 12. Denmark, 13. Egypt, 14. Estonia, 15.Fiji, 16. Finland, 17.France, 18. Germany, 19.Greece 20.Hungary, 21.Iceland, 22.India, 23.Iran, 24. Ireland, 25.Italy, 26. Japan, 27.Kuwait, 28. Laos PDR, 29.Latvia, 30.Libya, 31. Lithuania, 32.Liechtenstein, 33. Luxemburg, 34. Malta, 35. Maldives, 36.Monaco, 37. Mexico, 38. New Zealand, 39. the Netherlands, 40. Norway, 41. Oman, 42. Panama, 43. The People’s Republic of China, 44.Poland, 45. Portugal, 46.Qatar, 47.Rumania, 48.Russia, 49.South Africa, 50.South Korea, 51.Switzerland, 52.Saudi Arabia, 53. South Africa, 54.Spain, 55.Suriname, 56.Sweden, 57.Slovakia, 58.Slovenia, 59.Taiwan, 60. Tunisia. 61.the United Arab Emirates, 62. the United Kingdom, 63. The United States of America.

Entry Ports Where Visa-on-Arrival May Be Issued are:
AIRPORTS:

  • Soekarno-Hatta in Jakarta
  • Ngurah Rai in Bali
  • Sultan Syarif Hasim in Pekanbaru
  • Minangkabau in Padang
  • Juanda in Surabaya and
  • Sam Ratulangi in Manado
  • Polonia in Medan
  • Hang Nadim in Batam
  • Halim Perdana Kusuma in Jakarta
  • Adi Sucipto in Jogjakarta
  • Adi Sumarmo in Surakarta
  • Husein Sastranegara in Bandung
  • Ahmad Yani in Semarang
  • Selaparang in Mataram
  • Ei-Tari in Kupang
  • Hasanuddin in Makassar
  • Sam Ratulangi in Manado
  • Sepinggan in Balikpapan
  • Supadio in Pontianak

SEAPORTS are at Batam: Sekupang, Batuampar, Nongsa, Marina, and Teluk Senimba, Bandar Bintan, Talani Lagoi, Tanjung Balai Karimun, and Bandar Sri Udana Labon in the Riau archipelago, Sri Bintan Pura in Tanjung Pinang;  Belawan port and Sibolga in North Sumatra, Yos Sudarso Tanjung Perak in Surabaya; Teluk Bayur of Padang; Tanjung Priok harbor at Jakarta; Padang Bai and Benoa ports in Bali; the port of Jayapura; Bitung; Tanjung Mas in Semarang, Central Java; Tenua and Maumere in East Nusa Tenggara, Pare-Pare and Soekarno Hatta port in South Sulawesi.

Airport Tax
An airport tax of Rp150,000 is levied by airports on departing passengers on international flights and Rp.25,000 for those on domestic routes.

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VISA FOR JOURNALIST

Press visits or film / video / photo shooting in Indonesia may be carried out after an approval from the authorities concerned has been obtained. For approval and visa, the following must be submitted to the Information Department of the Consulate of the Republic of Indonesia :

  1. A letter of Recommendation from the company;
  2. Summary of the company;
  3. Curriculum Vitae;
  4. Completed Visa application forms (two copies for each applicant) with original signature of the applicant, typed or written in black capital letters;
  5. A synopsis or proposal of the film or photo project with details such as timetable, locations and duration of stay; (enclosed, for filming purposes only).
  6. A signed statement for film/video shooting; (enclosed, for filming purposes only)
  7. Three recent passport-size photographs; Two of them must be attached on the Visa Application Forms;
  8. A signed statement of the list of equipment which will be re-exported;
  9. A clear photocopy of passport (main details only);

Following the approval from the authorities in Indonesia, we will advise you to bring the passport to the Consulate to be stamped with the necessary visa which will be ready to collect within five to six working days. The collection time is from 13.00 to 16.00 Sunday to Thursday.

Please note that decision of the approval by the authorities in Indonesia will take approximately three weeks after receipt of the completed aforementioned requirements.
Upon arrival in Indonesia please proceed to the Directorate of Foreign Information, Department of Foreign Affairs and provide 3 (three) recent photographs (3 x 4 cm size) to collect your press card or the film permit.

It is advisable that you have a local partner in Indonesia to do your filming project.