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         Passport & Visa requirements

Mandatory requirements include: passport with minimum 6 months validity and return/through tickets.

Visa & Immigration Policies

Another important thing to know before you travel to Indonesia are these types of visas which has specific requirements, as listed below:

Visa Exemption

Foreigners nationals from countries which are included in the 169 Visa Free Country List are entitled for visa exemption, may enter Indonesia from 124 immigration checkpoints and granted a 30 days stay that cannot be extended. Mandatory requirements includes : passport with minimum 6 months validity and return / through tickets.

Visa on Arrival
Foreigners can apply this visa upon arrival in Indonesia, if their nationality is included on visa-on-arrival 68 countries list. A holder of Visit 
Visa on Arrival is given 30 days stay and can be extended in the Immigration Office for 1 (one) time, in order to have another 30 days stay. Mandatory requirements includes : passport with minimum 6 months validity and return/through tickets.

Visit Visa
Foreigners can apply Visit Visa in the Indonesian Embassy or Consulates, or the guarantor could apply to the Directorate General of Immigration in Jakarta, Indonesia. Visit Visa is issued in the Indonesian Embassy or Consulates with mandatory requirements of: Application/Guarantee Letter, passport with minimum 6 months validity, copy of bank accounts, return /through tickets and re-entry permit (or stateless / non nationality person) . A holder of 
Visit Visa is given up-to 60 days stay and can be extended in Immigration Office for 5 (five) time, each extension will be given for another 30 days stay.
                                                                                       
Multiple Visit Visa
Foreigners that travel frequently to Indonesia for Family, Business, and Governmental visit purposes
may choose this type of visa. Multiple Visit Visa is issued in the Indonesian Embassy or Consulates, with mandatory requirements of : Application/Guarantee Letter, passport with minimum 18 months
validity, copy of bank accounts, return/through tickets and re-entry permit ( or stateless / non nationality person ) . 
Multiple Visit Visa is valid for one year, a holder of multiple visit visa is given up-to
60 days stay each visit and can’t be extended.

For more details you can also log on to 
http://www.imigrasi.go.id

 

          Vaccinations

As with traveling to any new country, before you come, take the time to prepare yourself.

An essential to travel is vaccinations.

Make an appointment with your local doctor or travel clinic.

It's best to plan ahead to ensure all vaccinations can be given before travel.

Try to begin this process at least 2 months before travel

Travel Clinics Australia

https://www.traveldoctor.com.au/

Travel clinics UK

https://www.nomadtravel.co.uk/travel-clinic/clinic-finder

Travel Clinics USA

https://www.passporthealthusa.com/

 
 

Travel Insurance

Whether you are an adventure traveler set on learning to dive and hike volcanoes Or just wanting to relax on the beach. Travel insurance is an essential that can't be overlooked.

Take a look at what World Nomads have to offer

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Prepare for travel.

1) Contact banks to inform them you are going away. Let then know when you are going and returning to avoid any problems if you wish to use your home accounts abroad.

2) Split your cards.

split your risk. Leave some cards in your hotel safe.

If you lose some cards Your holiday can carry on.

 

3)Add bank details to your phone book.

Banks normally have a reverse charge number. Try to make calls via your hotel reception to avoid any cost.

Cash is King. Or is it?

Does Carrying cash abroad really pay?

What is the best way to spend your money abroad?

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How we carry cash to spend abroad has gone through some changes over the years.

Once there was a time when traveler's cheques were the safe way to carry your cash.

First, you Had to turn your money into the recognised currency favored by where you were traveling to. Then once at your destination, you had to spend time out of your vacation to find the best rate on offer.

It was the same whilst dealing with cash. The cash rate would be better than T/c's but the process is pretty much the same.

The only problem was you had to deal with people that some times try to trick you when paying out the amount agreed.

If you don't double-check before leaving then there is always a chance of losing out.

These days all the risk, time and trouble of changing holiday money has gone.

All you need to do now is just use an ATM and away you go to enjoy your day.

This doesn't involve using your home bank card in the ATM. So no extra bank charges and bad exchange rates to contend with. And no chance of your home bank card being skimmed.

Just apply for a card to gain access to the new way of spending abroad.

All you have to do is load your card via the app.

The card is linked to your Home country account. Just enter the amount you wish to load onto the card. You can use straight away.

Withdraw cash from an ATM or spend in a shop. The cost is very minimal, and the rates given are better than most. It's the perfect solution.

For more information just click on the Transferwise and Revolut adds.

 
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