Indonesia Visa On Arrival

Sandra asks…

aside from Israel, what are the other countries that doesn’t require a Filipino tourist to have a visa?

Are there other country like Israel that doesn’t require a Filipino tourist to have a visa? My German bf wants to meet me in other country.

Indonesia Visa Advisor’s answers:

Bermuda (180 days), Bolivia (90 days), Brazil (90 days), Brunei (14 days), Cambodia (21 days), Columbia (90 days), Cook Island (31 days), Costa Rica (30 days), Dominica (21 days), Ecuador (90 days), Haiti (90 days), Hong Kong (14 days), Indonesia (30 days), Israel (90 days), Laos (30 days), Macao SAR (30 days), Malaysia (30 days), Micronesia (30 days), Mongolia (3 weeks), Morocco (3months), Nicaragua (90 days), Niue (30 days), Peru (90 days), Singapore (30 days), Sri Lanka (30 days), St.Kitts & Nevis (14 days), St.Vincent & the Grenadines (30 days), Suriname (90 days), Thailand (30 days), Turks & Caicos Islands (30 days), Vanuatu (30 days), Vietnam (21 days),
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Egypt issues tourist visa on arrival free of charge for a stay of up to 15 days in the South Sinai tourist resorts (Sharm El Sheik, Saint Catherine or Taba).
Http://www.timaticweb.com/cgi-bin/tim_website_client.cgi?SpecData=1&VISA=&HEALTH=&page=both&NA=PH&AR=00&DE=EG&VT=PH&EM=PH&PASSTYPES=PASS&user=SKYWEB&subuser=SKYWEB1 ..

Charles asks…

Is it possible for an atheist man to marry with a Muslim women?

Im from Brazil, and I’m going to live in Jakarta, Indonesia

Indonesia Visa Advisor’s answers:

Even if you revert you will have some difficulties, as I know many people revert solely to marry a pretty Indonesian Girl and then do not practise Islam at all.

Many people will never trust you.

Are you seriously going to live in Jakarta ?, one of my favourite places in the world I go there regularly, make sure you have your visa sorted out because Visa’s on arrival are only 30 days and non extendable

David asks…

what are the common interview questions asked by the immigration when you enter to dubai?

I am very excited to come to Dubai but for some reasons i am terrified that i may fail the immigration interview.

Indonesia Visa Advisor’s answers:

With due respect to what other answerers have said. Yes, you can be questioned by the immigration officer processing your entry into Dubai. This depends mainly upon your nationality and the visa on which you are entering the UAE.

If you are on a work visa or on a visit visa sponsored by a relative, there will be no questions. Details about your entry will be available to the officer, on his PC.

However, if you are entering the UAE on a visa-on-arrival, you might be asked the purpose of your visit, proof of adequate funds, proof of accommodation during your stay and a confirmed, return or onward ticket to fly out of Dubai and UAE. The same applies if your visa has been bought from a hotel or a tour agency.

The visa-on-arrival facility is not available to all nationalities and all professions. There are over 100 professions that qualify for visa-on-arrival, provided they are residents of another GCC state such as Bahrain, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and Kuwait.

The reasons for which you might get questioned is Dubai attracts hundreds of job seekers everyday and there is a problem of people overstaying their visit visas since they have no funds or assistance to return home. You are more prone to being questioned if you come from a major manpower exporting country such as Iran, India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Bangladesh, Indonesia and the Philippines, Egypt, Sudan, Jordan, Lebanon, Yemen and Syria.

A female visitor from East Europe, Russia and the CIS states as well as China and Turkey can expect rigorous questioning since some of them indulge in prostitution in Dubai.

Richard asks…

australian passport expired date?

I know you can use your passport 6 months before it expires. mine expires on 22 feb 2014 and i would like to travel on the 19 of august for one week do i have enough time? or ill need a new one?
I am going to jakarta indonesia

Indonesia Visa Advisor’s answers:

It depends on where you’re going. Some countries require that your passport is valid for 6 months for whenever you enter the country or get a visa (if one is needed). Others require only that your passport is valid for the length of your authorised stay. As far as Australia is concerned, you can leave and re-enter the country right up until the expiry date.

EDIT:
For Indonesia, Australians are granted a visitor visa on arrival. The expiration date of the applicant’s passport must be at least 6 (six) months after the date of entry so you should just squeak in.

Daniel asks…

what do you think why malaysia and thailand have the most foreign tourist is southeast asia?

in world rank tourism malaysia have atleast 20 million foreign visitors thailand have over 14million while the neighboring countries lag so much philippines have only 3.1 million, indonesia 5 million, vietnam about 4million, what do you think are the reasons?

Indonesia Visa Advisor’s answers:

I disagree with the above ranking regarding Malaysia.

Yes , Malaysia seems to have a huge number of foreign arrivals.
However the data provided by the Malaysian govt included those doing visa runs from Thailand , Sunday shoppers from Singapore and Brunei and the arrivals of foreign workers !
Therefore the high tourist arrivals as claimed is mischievous and misleading.

The 20 million visitors as claimed by Malaysia or ng yen yen does NOT correspond with the hotel / resorts occupancy rate, . Tour bookings and air passengers arrivals

In order to make such a tall claim , the claim must be supported by those from the industry.
Such as the hotel association, credit cards companies, limousine and tour bus operators .
20 million foreign tourist visiting Malaysia in a year is a false claim.
This is not my opinion , it is a fact.

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Charles asks…

Sumatra , Indonesia travel budget?

Sumatra, Indonesia travel budget?

Hello everybody,

I am planning on going to Indonesia for three weeks over the Christmas period and am having trouble making a budget.

I have looked at a number of different websites and they are either outdated or just advertise accommodation. The generally quoted figure is about US$20 per day per person. Is this figure accurate? I will be traveling with my girlfriend.

I know that it is a big question but can you please let me know approximately:

How much for food per day (2 persons)
How much for reasonable budget accommodation per night
Bus from Medan to Bukit lawang / lake toba
Surprise payments (visa on arrival and stuff like that)

Any ideas on jungle trekking or hiking to the top of a volcano or anything else that you think that a traveler to Sumatra should know? I know that it is monsoon season…

Thank you for your answers I really do appreciate it

Indonesia Visa Advisor’s answers:

Yup.. 20$ per person perday is enough
food is about 5-6 per day for two people ( u and yourgirl friend )
accomodation pernight is depend on the hotel / motel u stay.. But ts about 10 – 15 per night in medan

and becareful in theairport, some imigration officer sometimes ask for extra money ( please prepare the visa, passport , etc well ).

If u go to medan, dont forget to go to brastagi

Joseph asks…

What countries give large sticker visas on arrival so I can cover up Israeli stamps?

I need to cover up Israeli stamps on my passport and need to go to a country which gives stickers on arrival where I can ask/bribe officals or affix myself stickers which cover up my israeli trip. Do you know what countries I could go to? Turkey’s stamp would cover my entry stamp from Israel but not the exit one. Indonesia is a full page, but it’s far away… any ideas? thanks

Indonesia Visa Advisor’s answers:

If you need to travel to a country where an Israeli stamp in your passport would be a problem then it is possible to get another clean passport issued, if you travel to both Arabic and Israeli territory on a regular basis you can legal hold 2 passports so as not to compromises yourself in either Country.

James asks…

Which countries can Indian passport-holders visit without requiring or on arival in this world?

Indonesia Visa Advisor’s answers:

Visa free travel:
Bhutan (2 weeks); Haiti (3 months); Hong Kong (14 days); Jamaica (14 days); Macau (30 days); Nepal (free travel); Seychelles (1 month); Sri Lanka (30 days)

Visa on arrival:
Cambodia, Indonesia, Iran, Maldives, Thailand, Timor Leste

Source(s):
http://www.klm.com/travel/ch_en/travel_information/travel_planning/travel_clinic/visaform.htm

Sharon asks…

How do you legally exit a country. Is there a specific distance away from mainland or….?

Country like Indonesia, if you have exit the country and enter back due to expiring visa and new visa upon arrival . How far can one travel away from Indonesia to re-enter. Or just goes back in to the arrival line and ask for a new visa. It could be any country as a mater of fact.

Indonesia Visa Advisor’s answers:

On land, one milimeter past the border is past the border. At sea it is a bit different. Most countries claim 3 or 12 miles, but a few claim hundreds of miles.

Betty asks…

i would like to ask if i need visa going to TUNISIA somewhere in Monastir since am holding a Philippine?

philippine passport but currently working in Macau China, my friend and i want to spend holidays there

Indonesia Visa Advisor’s answers:

Answer

Philippine Passport holders can visit Hongkong, Macau and all members of ASEAN (Association of Souteast Asean Nations). Member countries are Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam.

Other countries you may visit with just your Philippine passports are:

Fiji, Palau, Micronesia, Tonga, Vanuatu, Samoa, Israel, Bermuda, Cuba, Jamaica, Morocco, Kenya, Seychelles (some African states issue visa on arrival), Brazil, Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Suriname, Uruguay, Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Slovenia, Macedonia

Africa:
Burkina Faso,Burundi,Comoros,Djibouti,Egypt (South Sinai only)Kenya, Madagascar,Morocco,Mozambique,Seychelles,Tanzania,Togo,Uganda,Zambia

Asia, non-ASEAN:
Armenia,Azerbaijan,Bahrain,Bangladesh,Georgia, Iran, Israel, (Jeju Island only),Maldives,Mongolia,Nepal,Sri Lanka, Syria, Timor-Leste

Oceania:
Cook Islands, Fiji, Marshall Islands, Federated States of Micronesia, Niue, Palau, Samoa, Tuvalu,Vanuatu

North America:
Bermuda,Costa Rica,Dominica,Haiti,Saint Kitts and Nevis,Saint Vincent and the Grenadines,Turks and Caicos Islands

South America:
Bolivia,Brazil,Colombia,Ecuador,Peru

Europe: Vatican City (but you need to have visa for Rome)

Please check with the embassies of the above countries before travelling as the list may change as each government policies change. This list is not updated and should not be used as official guide.

Http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_countries_can_Philippine_passport_holders_go_without_a_visa

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Nancy asks…

Where can an Indian national travel on holiday without requiring a visa.? I am currently based in uae?

Where can an Indian national travel on holiday without requiring a visa.?
I am indian national residing in uae with valid residence visa.

Indonesia Visa Advisor’s answers:

Indian citizen may travel visa-free to Bhutan (2 weeks); Haiti (3 months); Hong Kong (14 days); Jamaica (14 days); Macau (30 days); Mauritius (15 days), Nepal (free travel); Seychelles (1 month); Sri Lanka (30 days).
Indian citizen may obtain visa on arrival in Cambodia, Indonesia, Iran, Maldives, Thailand, Timor Leste.
Http://skyteam.com/about/travelhelp/travelinfo.html ..
Just fill in the blanks on the above resource provided and enter destination Singapore; you will see that the UAE residency will not excempt Indian citizens from getting a visa for Singapore!

Sandy asks…

Does it possible for my China baby to go to Indonesia with my Indonesia paspor and VISA ON ARRIVAL?

I will visit Indonesia together baby for 1 month.

Indonesia Visa Advisor’s answers:

Go to indonesian embassy and get you child indonesian passport and you no need VOA. Just bring u child birt cert, and your passport. And money (hahahaaa.. U now !)

Maria asks…

I am going to Indonesia in two months, and was wondering how a VOA worked.?

I was wondering if I can arrive use my passport to get outta the U.S and go to Indonesia, and then apply for the VOA there. How does that work? What is it? Is it really so simple? Just walk to the stand and get the visa with no other requirements other then planet ticket and my U.S. passport? (I’m asking because I want to make 100% sure. Lol.

Indonesia Visa Advisor’s answers:

Hey Robert,
Yes, as US Passport holder, you can just apply for your VOA.

The general requirements for VOA are:
1 Expiration date of the applicant’s passport must be at least 6 (six) months at the date of entry.
2 Round-trip airplane ticket
3 Fees

The fees for Visa On Arrival are:
Visa for stay up to 30 (thirty) days = US$ 25,-
Extention of stay for up to 30 (thirty) days = US$ 25,-

I’m currently live in Indonesia.
Check out the link below for complete information.

Ken asks…

HELP!! How to get Pre-entry visa going to Egypt?.. Im from Philippines. Please teach me how.. thanks..?

Indonesia Visa Advisor’s answers:

Citizens of the following countries are required to be in possession of a pre-arrival visa: Afghanistan, Algeria, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bangladesh, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Chechnya, Croatia,Georgia, India, Indonesia, Iraq, Iran, Israel, Kazakhstan, Kirghizia, Lebanon, Macau, Macedonia, Malaysia, Moldavia, Montenegro, Morocco, Pakistan, Palestine, The Philippines,Russia, Serbia, Slovenia, Sri-Lanka, Tadzhikistan, Thailand, Tunisia, Turkmenistan, Ukraine, Uzbekistan and all African countries.

Contact the nearest embassy

Mary asks…

Can a 7 mth pregnant woman from Indonesia enter the United States?

I know US Homeland Security is very strict on countries like Indonesia, but we really want our sister-in-law to come to our wedding. She has her VISA already but she heard that she could be stopped on arrival and be sent home due to her big belly. I think that seems ridiculous. Do you know where I can find online a clear answer on this issue? Thanks!

Indonesia Visa Advisor’s answers:

It’s not really healthy for a 7 month pregnant women to fly that long on the airplane, you have to worry about blood clots and if you’ll deliver on the airplane. I know my OB wouldn’t want my to travel after 7 months.

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Paul asks…

countries which are visa free for south africa passport holders?

Indonesia Visa Advisor’s answers:

Citizen of South Africa can travel without visa for an initial tourist stay to the following countries:
Antigua & Barbuda (1m); Argentina (3m); Bahamas (3m); Barbados (6m); Belize (1m);
Benin (3m); Botswana (90d); Brazil (90d); Cayman Islands (6m); Chile (90d);
Colombia (90d); Cook Islands (31d); Costa Rica (90d); Dominica (6m); Ecuador (90d);
El Salvador (3m); Falkland Islands (90d); Fiji (4m); Georgia (360d); Grenada (3m);
Guatemala (90d); Guyana (3m); Haiti (3m); Honduras (3m); Hong Kong (1m);
Ireland (90d); Israel (3m); Jamaica (3m); Kenya (30d); Korea [South] (30d);
Lesotho (90d); Malawi (90d); Malaysia (3m); Mauritius (60d); Micronesia (30d);
Montserrat (3m); Mozambique (30d); Namibia (3m); New Zealand (3m);
Nicaragua (90d); Niue (30d); Panama (180d); Paraguay (90d); Peru (183d);
Philippines (21d); Rwanda (90d); Senegal (3m); Singapore (30d);
St. Kitts & Nevis (3m); St. Lucia (6w); St. Vincent & the Grenadines (1m);
Swaziland (30d); Thailand (30d); Turks & Caicos Islands (30d); Uruguay (3m);
Vanuatu (30d); Venezuela (90d); Zambia (90d); Zimbabwe (3m)
[d=days; m=month(s); w=weeks]

A visa /entry permit /visa waiver on arrival without prior arrangements can be obtained for tourist travel to ($ = USD):
Armenia (120d, AMD15,000); Bolivia (90d, $52); Cambodia (30d, $20);
Cap Verde (€25); Central African Republic (7d, XAF20,000); Comores Islands;
Cuba (30d, Tourist Card [TC] must be obtained prior to travel);
Djibouti (1m, DJF10,000); Dominican Republic (30d, TC, $10);
Egypt (15d, free, only for South Sinai tourist resorts);
Ethiopia ($20-$100, depending on length of stay); Gabon; Gambia;
Indonesia (30d, $25); Jordan (JOD20);
Kosovo (90d, hotel voucher/reservation required); Laos (30d, $30);
Madagascar (90d, MGA140,000); Maldives (30d, free – 90d, MVR750);
Nauru (free); Nepal (90d, $100); Oman (1m, OMR20); Palau (30d);
Samoa (60d, free); Seychelles (1m, free [extensible]); Sri Lanka (30d);
Tanzania ($50-$200 based on length of stay); Timor-Leste (30d, $30);
Togo (7d, extensible to 90d, XOF10,000-90,000 [based on length of stay]);
Trinidad & Tobago (visa waiver, TTD400); Tunisia (30d, TND3); Turkey (1m, free);
Tuvalu (1m); Uganda ($50-$200 depending on length of stay)

Source(s):
http://www.skyteam.com/en/your-trip/Services/Visa-and-Health/ ..

Maria asks…

I am Indonesia citizen(not green card holder) Do I need visa to visit Cancun, Mexico Depart from Los Angeles?

Thank you

Indonesia Visa Advisor’s answers:

Better go to the Mexican consulate in LA or in any other city, or call them to know, because some people need a previously issued visa, and others just need a passport and a visa is stamped upon arrival, but I don’t know if Indonesians need or not that visa, although I’m Mexican.

Here’s the info about Mexican Consulate in LA.
401 West 6th. Street, Los Ángeles, Ca. 90057 EE.UU.
(213) 351-6800 al 07 conm.
Diferencia de Horario: – 2 hrs.
Fax: (213) 383-7306
lanmex01@worldnet.att.net
http://www.sre.gob.mx/losangeles

Sandy asks…

as Indonesian, should i apply VISA to shenzhen before I departed? and the VISA will also valid to all China?

Indonesia Visa Advisor’s answers:

It is better for you to apply for Chinese visa in Indonesia,though you can enter Hong Kong without a visa,which will be given to you upon arrival for 30 days. Yes the visa issued to you in Indonesia for China will be valid for the whole of China.

Susan asks…

To what countries can a Braziliar Citizen can travel without a Visa?

to what countries can a brasilian citizen can travel just with pasaport, without the need of a travel visa??’
thanks,
J

Indonesia Visa Advisor’s answers:

Citizen of Brazil can travel without visa for an initial tourist stay to the following countries:
Anguilla (3m); Antigua & Barbuda (1m); Argentina (3m); Albania (90d); Andorra (90d¹); Aruba (30d); Austria (90d¹); Bahamas (3m); Barbados (6m); Belgium (90d¹); Bermuda (6m); Bolivia (90d); Bonaire (3m); Bosnia & Herzegovina (90d); Botswana (90d); Bulgaria (90d); Cayman Islands (6m); Chile (90d); Colombia (90d); Cook Islands (31d); Costa Rica (90d); Croatia (90d); Curacao (90d); Cyprus (90d); Czech Republic (90d¹); Denmark (90d¹); Dominica (21d); Ecuador (90d); El Salvador (3m); Estonia (90d¹); Fiji (4m); Finland (90d¹); France (90d¹); French Polynesia (3m); French West Indies [Guadeloupe, Martinique, St. Barthélemy, St. Martin] (3m); Georgia (360d); Germany (90d¹); Greece (90d¹); Guadeloupe (3m); Guatemala (90d); Guyana (3m); Haiti (3m); Honduras (3m); Hong Kong (3m); Hungary (90d¹); Iceland (90d¹); Ireland (90d); Israel (3m); Italy (90d¹); Jamaica (30d); Korea [South] (3m); Latvia (90d¹); Liechtenstein (90d¹); Lithuania (90d¹); Luxembourg (90d¹); Macao (90d); Macedonia (90d); Malaysia (3m); Malta (90d¹); Martinique (3m); Mayotte (3m); Micronesia (30d); Monaco (90d¹); Montenegro (90d); Montserrat (3m); Morocco (3m); Namibia (3m); Netherlands (90d¹); New Caledonia (3m); New Zealand (3m); Nicaragua (90d); Niue (30d); Norway (90d¹); Panama (180d); Paraguay (90d); Peru (183d); Philippines (59d); Poland (90d¹); Portugal (90d¹); Reunion (3m); Romania (90d); Russia (90d); Samoa (60d); San Marino (90d¹); Sint Maarten (3m); Singapore (30d); Slovakia (90d¹); Slovenia (90d¹); Solomon Islands (3m); South Africa (90d); South Korea (3m); Spain (90d¹); St. Barthélemy (3m); St. Helena (90d); St. Kitts & Nevis (3m); St. Lucia (6w); St. Martin (90d); St. Pierre & Miquelon (90d); St. Vincent & the Grenadines (1m); Suriname (90d); Swaziland (30d); Sweden (90d¹); Switzerland (90d¹); Thailand (90d); Tonga (31d); Trinidad & Tobago (90d); Tunisia (3m); Turkey (90d); Turks & Caicos Islands (30d); Ukraine (90d); United Kingdom (6m); Uruguay (3m); Vanuatu (30d); Vatican City (90d¹); Venezuela (90d); Virgin Islands [British] (30d); Wallis & Futuna (90d)
[d=days; m=month(s); w=weeks; ¹ = the 90 day stay applies to the entire Schengen zone (26 countries) and 4 surrounding micro-states]

A visa /entry permit /visa waiver on arrival without prior arrangements can be obtained for tourist travel to ($ = USD):
Armenia (120d, AMD15,000); Burundi (3d, $40 – 1m, $90); Burkina Faso (1m, XOF 95,000 single entry – XOF 122,000 mult entries); Cambodia (30d, $20); Cap Verde (€25); Central African Republic (7d, XAF20,000); Comores Islands; Cuba (30d, Tourist Card [TC] must be obtained prior to travel); Djibouti (1m, DJF10,000); Dominican Republic (30d, TC, $10); Egypt (30d, $15 – 15d, free, [only for South Sinai tourist resorts]); Eritrea ($20-$100, depending on length of stay); Ethiopia ($20-$100, depending on length of stay); Indonesia (30d, $25); Jordan (30d, JOD20); Kenya (3m, $50); Kosovo (90d, hotel voucher/ reservation required); Kyrgyzstan (1m, $40-$100); Laos (30d, $30); Lebanon (1m, LBP 50,000 – 100,000 depending on type/length of stay); Madagascar (90d, MGA140,000); Maldives (30d, free – 90d, MVR750); Mali; Mauritius (3m); Mozambique (30d, $66); Nauru (free); Nepal (90d, $100); Oman (30d, OMR20); Palau (30d, $50); Papua New Guinea (PGK100-500 depending on length of stay); Seychelles (30d, free [extensible]); Sri Lanka (30d, $25); Tanzania ($50-$200 based on length of stay); Timor-Leste (30d, $30); Togo (7d, extensible to 90d, XOF10,000-90,000 [based on length of stay]); Tuvalu (1m, free); Uganda ($50-$200 depending on length of stay), Zambia (90d, $50 single – $80 double – $160 mult entries); Zimbabwe (3m, $30-55 depending on length of stay)

For Mexico you can get an online authorization without the need to get to an Embassy/Consulate.
Http://www.inm.gob.mx/index.php/page/Autorizacion_Electronica_FAQ/en.html ..

Source(s):
http://www.staralliance.com/en/services/visa-and-health ..

James asks…

i am from nepal and do i need visa to enter indonesia and if yes then what kind?

Indonesia Visa Advisor’s answers:

Embassy / High Comission / Consulate for Nepal
Office : Embassy
Street Address : 100, Pyidaungsu Yeiktha Road
Postal Address : P.O.Box 1401
ZIP Code :
City : Yangon
State : Yangon
Country : Myanmar
Telephone : (95-1) 254-469; 254-465
Faximile : (95-1) 254-468
Email : kbriygn@indosat.net.id
Website :
yes you will need a visa, Nepal is not within the countries allow to get visa on arrival ,
this is the address given for Indonesia high commission, write to them and apply,

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Richard asks…

Which countries now allow Indian citizens visa on arrival ?

I know Thailand does, so does Hong Kong and Indonesia. Any other country ?

Indonesia Visa Advisor’s answers:

If you are aware you might know that now even U.S. Also passed a bill recently to have a check on foreign people that come for job…

Nancy asks…

What countries can Philippine citizens easily travel to without getting a complex visa.?

With just a philippine passport.
Wow, I can’t wait to go to Iran!

Indonesia Visa Advisor’s answers:

Filipinos can travel to these countries without needing a visa – Fiji, Palau, Micronesia, Tonga, Vanuatu, Samoa, Laos, Cambodia, Vietnam, Thailand, Singapore, Indonesia, Malaysia, Brunei, Macau, Hong Kong, Sri Lanka, Maldives, Israel, Mongolia, Bermuda, Cuba, Jamaica, Morocco, Kenya, Seychelles (some African states issue visa on arrival), Brazil, Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Suriname, Uruguay, Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Slovenia, Macedonia, Holy See

Previous YA questions about it:

http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?…

Http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?…

Http://au.answers.yahoo.com/question/ind…

Laura asks…

what countries need visas for Egypt visit?

Indonesia Visa Advisor’s answers:

I hope this will answer your question:
(Countries that need a pre-arrival visa to enter Egypt)

Citizens of the following countries are required to be in possession of a pre-arrival visa: Afghanistan, Algeria, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bangladesh, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Chechnya, Croatia,Georgia, India, Indonesia, Iraq, Iran, Israel, Kazakhstan, Kirghizia, Lebanon, Macau, Macedonia, Malaysia, Moldavia, Montenegro, Morocco, Pakistan, Palestine, The Philippines,Russia, Serbia, Slovenia, Sri-Lanka, Tadzhikistan, Thailand, Tunisia, Turkmenistan, Ukraine, Uzbekistan and all African countries.

If you are not from this countries above u can just book a flight and as soon as u land in egypt u can have an (ENTRY VISA)

Ken asks…

Do i need a visa for scuba diving in sharm?

Going to Sharm in 1 week and i’m finding comflicting reports wheteher i should get a visa or not. I understand you don’t strictly need one, but for Diving would i be better to get one? i am a novice so wouldn’t be going below 14 meters and to be honest would be happy with anything.

Indonesia Visa Advisor’s answers:

There is no “dive visa”. There’s a tourist visa though. If you plan on staying only at a resort in Sharm, you’ll be issued a free 14 day tourist visa. If you leave the resort area to go diving ( most of the good stuff is out of the resort boundaries) you’ll need a tourist visa like everyone else outside of the resorts. Your best bet is to get a normal single visit tourist visa ( good for 3 months) upon arrival. You’re then covered no matter where you go in Egypt. Check first. For some countries, Egypt requires you to have your visa BEFORE you land. So, if you’re from Afghanistan, Algeria, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bangladesh, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Chechnya, Croatia, Georgia, India, Indonesia, Iraq, Iran, Israel, Kazakhstan, Kirghizia, Lebanon, Macau, Macedonia, Malaysia (If intending to stay for exceeding 15 days), Moldavia, Montenegro, Morocco, Pakistan, Palestine, the Philippines, Russia, Serbia, Slovenia, Sri Lanka, Tadzhikistan, Thailand, Tunisia, Turkmenistan, Ukraine, Uzbekistan and all African countries (except citizens of Guinea and Libya, who do not require visa). You’ll need to have that visa before you travel to Egypt.
If by “visa” you’re actually asking about needing to be a certified diver to go on a charter, the answer is yes unless it’s a resort course and one of those supervised “try diving” type of excursions.

Mary asks…

List of countries which are visa free for brazil passport holder ?

I would like to know that how much countries you can travel on Brazil Passport

Indonesia Visa Advisor’s answers:

146
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Visa_requirements_for_Brazilian_citizens ..

Citizen of Brazil can travel without visa for an initial tourist stay to the following countries:
Anguilla (3m); Antigua & Barbuda (1m); Argentina (3m); Albania (90d); Andorra (90d¹); Aruba (30d); Austria (90d¹); Bahamas (3m); Barbados (6m); Belgium (90d¹); Bermuda (6m); Bolivia (90d);
Bonaire (3m); Bosnia & Herzegovina (90d); Botswana (90d); Bulgaria (90d); Cayman Islands (6m); Chile (90d); Colombia (90d); Cook Islands (31d); Costa Rica (90d); Croatia (90d); Curacao (90d); Cyprus (90d); Czech Republic (90d¹); Denmark (90d¹); Dominica (21d); Ecuador (90d); El Salvador (3m); Estonia (90d¹); Fiji (4m); Finland (90d¹); France (90d¹); French Polynesia (3m); French West Indies [Guadeloupe, Martinique, St. Barthélemy, St. Martin] (3m); Georgia (360d); Germany (90d¹); Greece (90d¹); Guadeloupe (3m); Guatemala (90d); Guyana (3m); Haiti (3m); Honduras (3m); Hong Kong (3m); Hungary (90d¹); Iceland (90d¹); Ireland (90d); Israel (3m); Italy (90d¹); Jamaica (30d); Korea [South] (3m); Latvia (90d¹); Liechtenstein (90d¹); Lithuania (90d¹); Luxembourg (90d¹); Macao (90d); Macedonia (90d); Malaysia (3m); Malta (90d¹); Martinique (3m); Mayotte (3m); Micronesia (30d); Monaco (90d¹); Montenegro (90d); Montserrat (3m); Morocco (3m); Namibia (3m); Netherlands (90d¹); New Caledonia (3m); New Zealand (3m); Nicaragua (90d); Niue (30d); Norway (90d¹); Panama (180d); Paraguay (90d); Peru (183d); Philippines (59d); Poland (90d¹); Portugal (90d¹); Reunion (3m); Romania (90d); Russia (90d); Samoa (60d); San Marino (90d¹); Sint Maarten (3m); Singapore (30d); Slovakia (90d¹); Slovenia (90d¹); Solomon Islands (3m); South Africa (90d); South Korea (3m); Spain (90d¹); St. Barthélemy (3m); St. Helena (90d); St. Kitts & Nevis (3m); St. Lucia (6w); St. Martin (90d); St. Pierre & Miquelon (90d); St. Vincent & the Grenadines (1m); Suriname (90d); Swaziland (30d); Sweden (90d¹); Switzerland (90d¹); Thailand (90d); Tonga (31d); Trinidad & Tobago (90d); Tunisia (3m); Turkey (90d); Turks & Caicos Islands (30d); Ukraine (90d); United Kingdom (6m); Uruguay (3m); Vanuatu (30d); Vatican City (90d¹); Venezuela (90d); Virgin Islands [British] (30d); Wallis & Futuna (90d)
[d=days; m=month(s); w=weeks; ¹ = the 90 day stay applies to the entire Schengen zone (26 countries) and 4 surrounding micro-states]

A visa /entry permit /visa waiver on arrival without prior arrangements can be obtained for tourist travel to ($ = USD):
Armenia (120d, AMD15,000); Burundi (3d, $40 – 1m, $90); Burkina Faso (1m, XOF 95,000 single entry – XOF 122,000 mult entries); Cambodia (30d, $20); Cap Verde (€25); Central African Republic (7d, XAF20,000); Comores Islands; Cuba (30d, Tourist Card [TC] must be obtained prior to travel);
Djibouti (1m, DJF10,000); Dominican Republic (30d, TC, $10); Egypt (30d, $15 – 15d, free, [only for South Sinai tourist resorts]); Eritrea ($20-$100, depending on length of stay); Ethiopia ($20-$100, depending on length of stay); Indonesia (30d, $25); Jordan (30d, JOD20); Kenya (3m, $50); Kosovo (90d, hotel voucher/reservation required); Kyrgyzstan (1m, $40-$100); Laos (30d, $30); Lebanon (1m, LBP 50,000 – 100,000 depending on type/length of stay); Madagascar (90d, MGA140,000); Maldives (30d, free – 90d, MVR750); Mali; Mauritius (3m); Mozambique (30d, $66); Nauru (free); Nepal (90d, $100); Oman (30d, OMR20); Palau (30d, $50); Papua New Guinea (PGK100-500 depending on length of stay); Seychelles (30d, free [extensible]); Sri Lanka (30d, $25); Tanzania ($50-$200 based on length of stay); Timor-Leste (30d, $30); Togo (7d, extensible to 90d, XOF10,000-90,000 [based on length of stay]); Tuvalu (1m, free); Uganda ($50-$200 depending on length of stay), Zambia (90d, $50 single – $80 double – $160 mult entries); Zimbabwe (3m, $30-55 depending on length of stay)

Source(s):
http://www.staralliance.com/en/services/visa-and-health ..

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Thomas asks…

Can I travel to Indonesia if my Thai passport expires in 5 months?

Indonesia Visa Advisor’s answers:

No, passport must be valid for at least more than 6 months on arrival.
Http://www.timaticweb.com/cgi-bin/tim_website_client.cgi?SpecData=1&VISA=&HEALTH=&page=both&NA=TH&AR=00&DE=ID&VT=TH&EM=TH&PASSTYPES=PASS&user=SKYWEB&subuser=SKYWEB1 ..

Sandra asks…

I’m A Filipino National I want to travel to egypt as a tourist. What are the visa requirements?

Im Currently working in a 5* hotel in dubai as a waiter,I want to go to egypt as a tourist When i went to egypt embassy they said that they cannot give tourist visa to a waiter. Is there any another way i can get a visa to go to egypt. Is it possible to get an invitation if you know someone there Hoping for your immediate response.

Indonesia Visa Advisor’s answers:

Forget about a tour package.

Citizens of the following countries are required to be in possession of a pre-arrival visa: Afghanistan, Algeria, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bangladesh, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Chechnya, Croatia, Georgia, India, Indonesia, Iraq, Iran, Israel, Kazakhstan, Kirghizia, Lebanon, Macao, Macedonia, Malaysia, Moldavia, Morocco, Pakistan, Palestine, The Philippines, Russia, Serbia and Montenegro, Sri-Lanka, Tadzhikistan, Thailand, Tunisia, Turkmenistan, Ukraine, Uzbekistan and all African countries.
Http://www.mfa.gov.eg/MFA_Portal/Templates/Generic_Content_Unit.aspx?NRMODE=Published&NRNODEGUID=%7b8C766E81-8ECC-4E6D-B7CF-53C76CF0EE66%7d&NRORIGINALURL=%2fMFA_Portal%2fen-GB%2fServices%2fRules%2band%2bRegulations%2f&NRCACHEHINT=Guest#Visas ..

If the Egyptian Embassy states they won’t issue a visa keep it as it is. Book a tourist tour to Morocco instead, it is visa free for passport holders of the Philippines, and for next year’s vacation try to get the Egyptian visa with the background of a prior tourist travel history.
Http://www.timaticweb.com/cgi-bin/tim_website_client.cgi?SpecData=1&VISA=&HEALTH=&page=both&NA=PH&AR=00&DE=MA&VT=AE&EM=AE&PASSTYPES=PASS&user=SKYWEB&subuser=SKYWEB1 ..

James asks…

which country dont need visa? from philippines?

Indonesia Visa Advisor’s answers:

Countries which are members of ASEAN (Association of South East Asian Nation such as: Malaysia, Laos, Singapore, Indonesia, Thailand, Timor Leste, Brunei, Vietnam , Cambodia, Burma/Myanmar and the Philippines. As per ASEAN agreement, their citizens are exempted from visa requirements, but are issued visa upon arrival to any point of entry of a country which is ASEAN member.

Lisa asks…

which countries can indian tourists get “visa on arrival” ?

Indonesia Visa Advisor’s answers:

As far as i know , Nepal (you actually dont need), Malaysia ,Indonesia,Srilanka and Bangaldesh,

Paul asks…

What is the requirement to stay in Indonesia more than one month?

I am aware Visa of Arrival is for 30 days.

Indonesia Visa Advisor’s answers:

If you apply tourist or business visa from your home country, you can stay for more than 1 month.

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Joseph asks…

I am Filipino, do I need visa if I travel (tourist) in Kota Kinabalu?

Indonesia Visa Advisor’s answers:

No visa requirement for Filipino passport holder for 14 days to Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam, Hongkong, Macau, Indonesia. Can be up to 30 days depends on the stamp of the immigration of the corresponding country upon your arrival.

Thomas asks…

can an indian residing in dubai get on arrival visa to indonesia without NOC?

can an indian residing in dubai get on arrival visa to indonesia without NOC?

Indonesia Visa Advisor’s answers:

Yes

Chris asks…

Which countries can a Filipino citizen travel without a visa?

Indonesia Visa Advisor’s answers:

Filipinos can travel to these countries without needing a visa -Fiji, Palau, Micronesia, Tonga, Vanuatu, Samoa, Laos, Cambodia, Vietnam, Thailand, Singapore, Indonesia, Malaysia, Brunei, Macau, Hong Kong, Sri Lanka, Maldives, Israel, Mongolia, Bermuda, Cuba, Jamaica, Morocco, Kenya, Seychelles (some African states issue visa on arrival), Brazil, Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Suriname, Uruguay, Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Slovenia, Macedonia, Holy See

Betty asks…

As an australian for which countries do I need a visa to travel?

Which countries have a visa-waiver program with australia?

Indonesia Visa Advisor’s answers:

G’day,

I think you do not need visa to visit Commonwealth countries, unless if you are thinking to stay for an extended period of time.

Some other countries eg. Indonesia, you will need a visa but can be purchased upon arrival, again only for short holiday stay.

Just make a list of the countries you want to visit and call their embassies/consulates.

William asks…

what countrys can a filipino citizen travel to without special visas?

my girlfriend and i would like to travel some during the next few months. what countrys can we go to without having to get special visas. we have our philippines passports and would like to visit other countrys near by

Indonesia Visa Advisor’s answers:

Filipinos can travel to these countries without needing a visa -Fiji, Palau, Micronesia, Tonga, Vanuatu, Samoa, Laos, Cambodia, Vietnam, Thailand, Singapore, Indonesia, Malaysia, Brunei, Macau, Hong Kong, Sri Lanka, Maldives, Israel, Mongolia, Bermuda, Cuba, Jamaica, Morocco, Kenya, Seychelles (some African states issue visa on arrival), Brazil, Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Suriname, Uruguay, Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Slovenia, Macedonia, Holy See

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Jenny asks…

(H help)What are the countries does UAE citizen can travel without applying visa?

As asked in the title, what are the countries does UAE passport holder able to travel without apply for Visa? If there any please online can find these kind of information?
Thanks.

Indonesia Visa Advisor’s answers:

Unfortunately this information on wiki is once established but never updated [i.e. There are no visa on arrival available at Puerto Rico (U.S. Territory)]

Holders of regular passports of the United Arab Emirates can travel as tourists without visa to:
Bahamas (3m); Bahrain (unltd); Brunei Darussalam (30d); Colombia (90d); Cook Islands (31d); Dominica (21d); Ecuador (90d); Egypt (3m); Fiji (4m); Georgia (360d): Guatemala (90d); Haiti (3m); Hong Kong (1m); Jordan (1m); Korea [South] (30d); Kuwait (unltd); Lebanon (3m); Malaysia (3m); Mauritius (60d); Micronesia (30d); Montserrat (3m); Morocco (3m); New Zealand (3m); Nicaragua (90d); Niue (30d); Oman (unltd); Panama (180d); Philippines (21d); Qatar (unltd); Saudi Arabia (unltd); Singapore (30d); St. Vincent & the Grenadines (1m); Syria (3m); Thailand (30d); Tunisia (3m); Turks & Caicos Islands (30d); Vanuatu (30d)
[d = days; m = month(s); unltd = unlimited stay]

A visa on arrival, entry permit, or tourist card without prior formalities is available at [$ = USD]:
Armenia (120d, AMD 15,000); Bolivia (90d, $52); Burundi (1m, $90); Cambodia (30d, $20); Cape Verde (€25); Central African Republic (7d, XAF20,000-30,000); Comoros (€30 or $50); Djibouti (1m, DJF15,000/€75/$90); Dominican Republic (90d, $10); El Salvador (3m, $10); Gambia (24-72 hrs; to be converted to one month at immigration); Indonesia (30d, $25); Kenya (3m, $50); Kosovo (90d); Kyrgyzstan (1m, $40); Laos (30d, $30); Macao (30d, MSP100); Madagascar (90d, MGA140,000); Maldives (30d, free); Mali; Mozambique (30d, $66); Nepal (up to 90d, $25-100 [depending on length of stay]); Palau (30d, $50); Seychelles (1m, free); Tanzania ($50-200 [depending on length of stay]); Timor Leste (30d, $30); Togo (7d [extensible to 90d], XOF10,000-90,000 [depending on length of stay]); Turkey (3m, €15/$20); Tuvalu (1m, free); Uganda (3m, $50); Yemen (3m, free); Zimbabwe (3m, $50)

Source(s):
http://www.skyteam.com/en/your-trip/Services/Visa-and-Health/ ..

Daniel asks…

Can Anybody tell me which all countries give visa on arrival to the person holding an indian passport?

Please send me the list of countries instead of sending shortcuts 2 websites

Indonesia Visa Advisor’s answers:

Indian citizens may travel visa-free to the following countries:

Bhutan (2 weeks); Haiti (3 months); Hong Kong (14 days); Jamaica (14 days); Macau (30 days); Nepal (free travel); Seychelles (1 month); Sri Lanka (30 days)

A visa on arrival can be obtained without further notification required from:

Cambodia, Indonesia, Iran, Maldives, Thailand, Timor Leste

Source(s):
http://www.klm.com/travel/ch_en/travel_information/travel_planning/travel_clinic/visaform.htm

Linda asks…

What countries don’t require visa for Iranians?

Indonesia Visa Advisor’s answers:

Passport holders of Iran can travel without visa to:
Cook Islands (31d); Cuba (Tourist Card required); Dominica (21d); Ecuador (90d); Georgia (90d); Haiti (3m); Malaysia (3m); Nigaragua (90d); Niue (30d); St. Kitts & Nevis (14d); Turkey (90d); Venezuela (15d) [d = days; m = month(s)]

Tourist Visa on Arrival without prior formalities required can be obtained at [$ = US$]:
Armenia (120d, AMD 15,000); Cambodia (30d, US$20); Cape Verde (€25);
Central African Republic (7d, XAF 20,000 – 30,000); Comores;
Djibouti (1m, DJF10,000); Indonesia (30d, $25); Kenya (3m, US$50);
Kosovo (90d, tourist voucher or hotel reservation required); Laos (30d, $30);
Macao (30d, MOP100); Madagaskar (90d, MGA 140,000); Maldives (30d);
Mozambique (30d, US$66); Nepal (15-90d, $25-100); Palau (30d, US$50);
Samoa (60d); Seychelles (1m); Sri Lanka (30d); Syria (90d);
Tanzania (up to 3m, $50 – $200); Timor Leste (30d, US$30);
Togo (7d, extensible, XOP 10000 – 90000); Tuvalu (1m); Uganda ($50 – $200)

Source(s):
http://www.staralliance.com/en/services/visa-and-health/ ..

Carol asks…

I am Indian and I want to go visit Indonesia do I need a visa?

Indonesia Visa Advisor’s answers:

Yes, you need it. But you can make a visa on arrival. More detail information can be found here: http://www.embassyofindonesia.org/consular/voa.htm

i’m not an officer of the embassy of indonesia, but should you want to ask something about indonesia just ask me, perhaps i can help you

Donna asks…

if i am a canadian citizen do i need a visa to visit indonesia?

Indonesia Visa Advisor’s answers:

I suppose you need it but you can get Visa on arrival if your destination is Jakarta.

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Steven asks…

List of countries which are visa free for South African passport holder?

Indonesia Visa Advisor’s answers:

No visa required for 360 days:
Georgia

No visa required for 6 months:
Barbados
Dominica
Jamaica

No visa required for 4 months:
Fiji

No visa required for 3 months or 90 days:
Argentina
Bahamas
Benin
Botswana
Brazil
Chile
Colombia
Costa Rica
Ecuador
El Salvador
Falkland Islands
Grenada
Guatemala
Guyana
Haiti
Honduras
Ireland
Israel
Kosovo
Malaysia
Mauritius (business visas)
Montserrat
Namibia
New Zealand
Nicaragua
Paraguay
Peru
Rwanda
Senegal
Uruguay
Venezuela
Zambia

No visa required for 60 days:
Mauritius (tourist visas)
Samoa

No visa required for 6 weeks:
Saint Lucia

No visa required for 1 month or 30 days:
Antigua and Barbuda
Belize
British Virgin Islands
Cayman Islands
Cook Islands (31 days)
Hong Kong
Kenya
Macau
Malawi
Maldives
Federated States of Micronesia
Mozambique
Niue
Palau
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
Seychelles
Singapore
Swaziland
Thailand
Turks and Caicos Islands
Tuvalu
Vanuatu

No visa required for 21 days:
Philippines

No visa required for 14 days:
Lesotho

Visa issued on arrival:
Armenia
Bangladesh (obtaining before arrival strongly recommended)
Cambodia
Cape Verde
Comoros
Dominican Republic
Ethiopia
Indonesia
Jordan
Laos
Madagascar
Nauru
Nepal
Oman
St. Helena
Sri Lanka
Tanzania
Timor-Leste
Togo
Tunisia
Turkey
Uganda
Zimbabwe (varying lengths depending on reason for travel)

Robert asks…

Do you know about ‘Visit Indonesia Year 2008′? …?

Visit Indonesia Year 2008 was officially launched on Dec 26 2007. That means in the year 2008 Indonesia will improve their tourism programme. Would you like to come? What’s the reason and your opinion? What is your favorite spot?

Indonesia Visa Advisor’s answers:

I highly doubt that Indonesia’s tourism program is going to improve.

The government has done very little to properly promote or prepare for this tourism campaign. They didn’t even get somebody whose first language is English to check the promotional slogan for the logo and billboards. Ridiculous. As usual. The slogan generates no interest in Indonesia and really makes no sense at all.

I emailed the people responsible for this tourism campaign and they can’t even be bothered to respond regarding my questions. Great promotion!

Couple that with the lame 30 day visa on arrival which you have to pay for and I think we can all guess how successful the Visit Indonesia program is going to be. Like trying to fly a lead balloon.

Charles asks…

im from egypt and if i want to go to indonesia can i get visa on arrival?

Indonesia Visa Advisor’s answers:

No, you have to get one at the embassy there in Egypt.

Nancy asks…

Where can a Chinese citizen travel to without big visa problems?

I live in Hong Kong and want to go on a holiday with my gf, who is a Chinese citizen. Which countries will allow her to get a tourist visa without too much trouble (ie, having to return to mainland China to apply, having to join a tour group)? Have heard that Thailand and Malaysia are easy, but would prefer to go somewhere else.

Indonesia Visa Advisor’s answers:

You can enter 18 countries visa free, or with visa on arrival. As a tourist you can look also at Maldives or Indonesia.

Sandra asks…

travel without visa by iranian passport?

Indonesia Visa Advisor’s answers:

Passport holders of Iran can travel without visa to:
Cook Islands (31d); Cuba (Tourist Card required); Dominica (21d); Ecuador (90d); Georgia (90d); Haiti (3m); Malaysia (3m); Nigaragua (90d); Niue (30d);
St. Kitts & Nevis (14d); Turkey (90d); Venezuela (15d) [d = days; m = month(s)]

Tourist Visa on Arrival without prior formalities required can be obtained at [$ = US$]:
Armenia (120d, AMD 15,000); Cambodia (30d, US$20); Cape Verde (€25);
Central African Republic (7d, XAF 20,000 – 30,000); Comores;
Djibouti (1m, DJF10,000); Indonesia (30d, $25); Kenya (3m, US$50);
Kosovo (90d, tourist voucher or hotel reservation required); Laos (30d, $30);
Macao (30d, MOP100); Madagaskar (90d, MGA 140,000); Maldives (30d);
Mozambique (30d, US$66); Nepal (15-90d, $25-100); Palau (30d, US$50);
Samoa (60d); Seychelles (1m); Sri Lanka (30d); Syria (90d);
Tanzania (up to 3m, $50 – $200); Timor Leste (30d, US$30);
Togo (7d, extensible, XOP 10000 – 90000); Tuvalu (1m); Uganda ($50 – $200)

Source(s):
http://www.staralliance.com/en/services/visa-and-health/ ..

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Ken asks…

How Much time does it take in getting Indonesia visitor’s visa in India?

Indonesia Visa Advisor’s answers:

Here’s the link to the website: http://www.indo.com/tplan/visa.html
It has the information you need.

Yes, being an Indian, you can obtain visa on arrival. It costs you US$10 or US$25, depends on the length of your stay.

Have fun in Indonesia!

Ruth asks…

how does the tourist visa-on-arrival work for a foreigner visiting india? coz i am going to india in 2 monthsh?

does it mean i just need to book a ticket n ow and board for india where i’ll just be getting (aka paying) my visa for entrance?
im from singapore and that in a reason allows me to get the visa-on-arrival. BUT HOW DOES IT WORK?
im from singapore and that in a reason allows me to get the visa-on-arrival. BUT HOW DOES IT WORK?

Indonesia Visa Advisor’s answers:

It depends on your citizenship. Only passport holders of Cambodia, Finland, Indonesia, Japan, Lao People’s Dem. Rep., Myanmar, Luxembourg, New Zealand, Philippines, Singapore and Vietnam can get a 30 day valid Indian tourist visa on arrival; fee US$ 60. Nationals of Bhutan, the Maldives, and Nepal are exempt from the visa requirement; all others need a visa for India prior to travel, to be applied for at Indian Embassies, High Commissions, or Consulate Generals.
Http://meaindia.nic.in/mystart.php?id=8700 ..

William asks…

i am a mauritius national and i present i stay in india on a pio visa, i would like to visit indonesia.where?

and how can i get a visa.can i apply in india

Indonesia Visa Advisor’s answers:

As a person of Indian Origin and a Mauritian National, you will get a visa on arrival for Indonesia. Just double check it with their consulate or embassy in India before travelling.

Nancy asks…

In which countries do Indian nationals now get’s tourist visa on arrival ?

I know Hong Kong, Bahrain, Thailand, Maldives are amongst a few..

Indonesia Visa Advisor’s answers:

Indian citizen may visa-free travel to Bhutan (2 weeks); Haiti (3 months); Hong Kong (14 days); Jamaica (14 days); Macau (30 days); Mauritius (15 days), Nepal (free travel); Seychelles (1 month); Sri Lanka (30 days)
Indian citizen may obtain visa on arrival in Cambodia, Indonesia, Iran, Maldives, Thailand, Timor Leste.
For Bahrain a visa is required.
Http://www.klm.com/travel/ch_en/travel_information/travel_planning/travel_clinic/visaform.htm ..

Mark asks…

I hv plan to visit hong kong n then shenzhen.Is Visa On Arrival available for Malaysia n Indonesia ppt holder?

planning to take ferry from hong kong to shenzhen. i heard about visa on arrival. is it possible for malaysia n indonesia passport holders?

Indonesia Visa Advisor’s answers:

Hong Kong provides short term entry stamps upon arrival, but China does not. You must obtain a Chinese visa in advance of your journey from a Chinese embassy or consulate.

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