• E-visa to Indonesia

    At the moment, Indonesia will only issue a single-entry tourist or business electronic e-visa to Indonesia.

    • Visa validity is 60 days from the day of entering Indonesia. It can then be extended further 4 times for 30 days each time.
    • You will be able to enter Indonesia within 90 days from the day of issuance of the visa.
    • Upon arrival in Indonesia, you might be asked to present travel insurance covering COVID and a return ticket.

    Required documents for an e-visa to Indonesia:

    • Passport copy with at least 6 months’ validity beyond the validity of the visa and with one blank page for stamping the visa.
    • One recent passport-size colour photograph on a white background.
    • Vaccination certificate (any vaccine). Prior to travelling to Indonesia, this will need to be registered in the PeduliLindungi app (IOS, Google Play)
    • Completed and signed Global Singapore visa order form.

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      • Processing starts after a full payment had been received.

      Processing time for an e-visa to Indonesia:

      • The processing time on a normal service is 7-8 working days excluding the submission day.
      • The processing time on an urgent service is 4-5 working days excluding the submission day.

      • In case of delays or refusal of a visa due to reasons beyond our control or due to an incorrectly filled application form, the amount paid is not refundable, as the fee charged is for processing of the application and is not based on the outcome of the application.
      • The final decision on granting, the validity and multiplicity of the visa is made by Indonesian Immigration. Similar to any visa to any other country, a visa to Indonesia is not an immigration pass. It is a pre-entry permission for the holder of a valid visa to travel to and seek entry, into Indonesia. The grant of an immigration pass will be determined by the passport control officer at the point of entry. Possession of a valid visa alone does not guarantee entry into Indonesia.