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Indonesia Entry Regulations 2024

(Updated March 11th, 2024)

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The tropical paradise of Indonesia has officially opened its doors to international visitors and we couldn't be more excited! This beautiful archipelago is now fully open and ready to welcome you with open arms.

Entering Indonesia requires a valid visa or a stay permit; and travelers can apply for an eVisa before the trip. Meanwhile, foreign visitors from 43 selected countries can also enter Indonesia with the Visa on Arrival program. For the full list of the countries, please read here. Furthermore, citizens from nine ASEAN countries can continue to enter Indonesia without a visa.

Effective June 2023, authorities no longer require international travelers to present proof of COVID-19 vaccinations to enter the country. Plus, there is no requirement to undergo PCR tests or quarantine for unvaccinated travelers. However, all foreign nationals planning to enter the territory of the Republic of Indonesia must carefully review and update their travel documents to ensure compliance with the entry requirements. This includes passport validity, return ticket, and visa. 

Traveling to Indonesia got a whole lot easier with the revised entry regulations. And if you're curious to learn more about this incredible country, our blog is the perfect place to start. From insider tips on when is the best time to visit to fascinating insights into the diverse cultures and traditions of Indonesia, our articles will give you a deeper appreciation for this magical destination. So dive in, get inspired, and start planning your dream getaway to Indonesia with MakeYourAsia today!

List of the documents for your travel to Indonesia:

  • Passport with at least 6 months validity
  • B211A E-Visa - or cash or credit cards in case you are getting the Visa on Arrival available at some international airports
  • Return or onward ticket (which indicates the date of departure from Indonesia)
  • Fill in Electronic Custom Declaration when you arrive
  • Bali Tourism Fee receipt (if you're traveling to Bali, for more information, review here)

Step 1: Application

  • Check current visa requirements and apply for an e-visa
  • Check if your passport is valid for travel

Step 2: Pre-departure

  • Apply for a B211A E-Visa - or prepare for getting the Visa on Arrival
  • Fill in Electronic Custom Declaration if you are arriving in Indonesia

Step 3: Check-In

  • Present documents required on check-in by the officials at the airport

Step 4: On Arrival

  • Comply with the provisions of the health protocol set by the Government and present documents required on arrival by the officials at the airport
  • If you show COVID-19 symptoms upon arrival, you are required to undergo a PCR test and quarantine at your own expense

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