Visit Visa (Index B211A & 212 and VoA)

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Visit visa is granted to foreigners who plan to visit Indonesia for the purpose of tourism, family visit, social, art and cultural visit, government duty, non-commercial sport activity, benchmarking, shortcourse, giving consultation and training in implementing technological innovation on industry to improve Indonesian industrial product design quality, and foreign marketing, journalistic (with prior approval), non-commercial movie making (with prior approval), business meeting, buying goods or products, giving lecture or participating in seminars, participating on international exhibition, attending meeting held by head, regional or branch office in Indonesia, audit, quality control, inspection to a regional or branch office in Indonesia, foreign workers on probation, transit, and joining a transportation mode in Indonesia.


This visa is not valid for gainful employment and remuneration.


  1. Single Entry Visa (index B211A)


Visa is valid for single entry only. Maximum length of stay in Indonesian territory is 60 (sixty) days starting from the first day of arrival, regardless of the time of arrival (e.g. arriving in Indonesia at 23.30 or 11.30 PM is considered Day 1).


Length of stay in Indonesia for holders of Visa B211A can be extended maximum 4 (four) times, with 30 days per extension. Request for visa extension must be submitted to the nearest Immigration Office in Indonesia at the latest 7 (seven) days before the allowed duration of stay expires.


Requirements for visa application:


  1. Completed Visa Application Form (download in .pdf here). Visa Application Form can also be obtained at the Visa & Consular Section at the Embassy, Mon-Fri, 09.30 – 12.30).

  2. Original passport with at least 6 (six) months validity upon the intended date of arrival in Indonesia.

  3. Copy of valid passport.

  4. For non Finland or Estonia citizens, attach a copy of valid Finland or Estonia resident permit.

  5. Two colored photo (3x4 or 4x6) with light background (preferably white), attached to the Visa Application Form.

  6. Copy of round-trip flight (two-ways flight) or travel itinerary.

  7. Copy of bank statement or proof of sufficient funds during the whole period of stay in Indonesia. For traveling family, only one bank statement or proof of sufficient funds per family is needed.

  8. For business, conference, or meeting purposes, attach the attestation or reference letter from the Finland or Estonia based company or institution and an invitation letter from the Indonesia based partner company or institution.

  9. For social or family visit, attach the invitation letter from Indonesia based family or friend and copy of their national ID (KTP or Indonesian Passport)

  10. For internship, attach the reference letter from applicant's education institution and an invitation or reference letter from the Indonesian based company/organization/other local partner.

  11. For non-profit activity (volunteering), attach the invitation or reference letter from the Indonesian based company/organization/other local partner.

  12. Copy of the bank payment receipt:


Transit Visa € 50

Single Entry Visa € 50


All visa payment must be made through bank transfer or deposit to the Embassy’s bank account as follow:


Name of Bank: Danske Bank

Payment made to: Embassy of the Republic of Indonesia

IBAN: FI37 8000 1271 1105 05

Account no: 8000 1271 1105 05

SWIFT/ BIC: DABAFIHH


Please indicate the reason for payment.


  1. Please make sure all the necessary field in the Visa Application Form are duly filled and the supporting documents are in order before making bank payment.

  2. Please note that once payment has been made, fees are non-refundable at any circumstances.

  3. Incomplete Visa Application Form and supporting documents may cause delay or rejection of the visa application.

  4. Applicant or their agent present the complete set of document at the Visa & Consular Service Counter at the Embassy of the Republic of Indonesia in Helsinki.

  5. Application must be submitted between Monday to Friday from 09:30 – 12:30, except on Indonesian and Finnish public holidays. No appointment is required to submit your visa application.

  6. Application may also be submitted through postal service to our Embassy through this postal address:


Embassy of the Republic of Indonesia c/o Consular Section

Kuusisaarantie 3, 00340 Helsinki

Phone : +358-9-4770370

Fax : +358-9-4582882


  1. Please always use the registered post when sending your visa application. After visa is issued, there is an option of having the passport to be returned via postal service. To do so, please enclose a self-addressed return envelope (registered) with an attached stamp. The passport will be sent to the address specified on the self-addressed envelope. The Embassy is not responsible for lost or damaged travel documents sent by postal service.


  1. Multiple Entry Visa (index 212)


Visa is valid for multiple entries to Indonesia. Visa is valid for a maximum period of 1 year starting from the date of issue of the visa, with no more than 60 days per visit.


This type of visa is applied for those who require several visits to Indonesia for the purpose of official government activities, business or commercial activities, and family visit.


This visa is not valid for gainful employment and cannot be converted into any other type of stay permit.

This type of visa requires Visa Authorization from the Directorate General of Immigration in Indonesia. Please check Directorate General of Immigration’s website here for more detailed info.


Requirements for visa application:


  1. Completed Visa Application Form (download in .pdf here​). Visa Application Form can also be obtained at the Visa & Consular Section at the Embassy, Mon-Fri, 09.30 – 12.30).

  2. Original passport with at least 1 (one) year validity upon the intended date of arrival in Indonesia.

  3. Copy of valid passport.

  4. For non Finland or Estonia citizens, attach a copy of valid Finland or Estonia resident permit.

  5. Two colored photo (3x4 or 4x6) with light background (preferably white), attached to the Visa Application Form.

  6. Copy of round-trip flight (two-ways flight) or travel itinerary of your first intended travel into Indonesia.

  7. Copy of bank statement or proof of sufficient funds during the whole period of stay in Indonesia. For traveling family, only one bank statement or proof of sufficient funds per family is needed.

  8. Copy of Visa Authorization from the Directorate General of Immigration in Indonesia.

  9. For business, conference, or meeting purposes, attach the attestation or reference letter from the Finland or Estonia based company or institution and an invitation letter from the Indonesia based partner company or institution.

  10. For social or family visit, attach the invitation letter from Indonesia based family or friend and copy of their national ID (KTP or Indonesian Passport)

  11. For internship, attach the reference letter from applicant's education institution and an invitation or reference letter from the Indonesian based company/organization/other local partner.

  12. For non-profit activity (volunteering), attach the invitation or reference letter from the Indonesian based company/organization/other local partner.

  13. Copy of the bank payment receipt:


Multiple Entry Visa € 11​0.


All visa payment must be made through bank transfer or deposit to the Embassy’s bank account as follow:


Name of Bank: Danske Bank

Payment made to: Embassy of the Republic of Indonesia

IBAN: FI37 8000 1271 1105 05

Account no: 8000 1271 1105 05

SWIFT/ BIC: DABAFIHH


Please indicate the reason for payment.


  1. Please make sure all the necessary field in the Visa Application Form are duly filled and the supporting documents are in order before making bank payment.

  2. Please note that once payment has been made, fees are non-refundable at any circumstances.

  3. Incomplete Visa Application Form and supporting documents may cause delay or rejection of the visa application.

  4. Applicant or their agent present the complete set of document at the Visa & Consular Service Counter at the Embassy of the Republic of Indonesia in Helsinki.

  5. Application must be submitted between Monday to Friday from 09:30 – 12:30, except on Indonesian and Finnish public holidays. No appointment is required to submit your visa application.

  6. Application may also be submitted through postal service to our Embassy through this postal address:


Embassy of the Republic of Indonesia c/o Consular Section

Kuusisaarantie 3, 00340 Helsinki

Phone : +358-9-4770370

Fax : +358-9-4582882


  1. Please always use the registered post when sending your visa application. After visa is issued, there is an option of having the passport to be returned via postal service. To do so, please enclose a self-addressed return envelope (registered) with an attached stamp. The passport will be sent to the address specified on the self-addressed envelope. The Embassy is not responsible for lost or damaged travel documents sent by postal service.


  1. Visa on Arrival (VoA)


Holders of national passport issued by 68 countries (including Finland and Estonia) as listed below are eligible to obtain Visa on Arrival (VoA) upon their arrival in Indonesia at the designated airports, seaports or land border checkpoint.


VoA is valid for a maximum of 30 days of stay starting on the first day of arrival regardless of the time of arrival. VoA is issued at the discretion of the Immigration Officer at the point of arrival.


VoA can be extended for another 30 days subject to the discretion of the Immigration Office in Indonesia. To do so, travelers are advised to contact the nearest local Immigration Office in Indonesia.


If you are unsure or do not have any sponsor in Indonesia for the purpose of VoA extension or if you are a holder of temporary/ emergency passport or other travel documents (non-national passports), you are strongly advised to apply for a single entry visa in advance prior leaving Finland or Estonia for Indonesia.


A VoA cannot be converted into any other type of visa or stay permit in Indonesia.


Requirements for VoA application:


  1. Original passports valid for at least 6 (six) months upon the date of entry to Indonesia (holders of temporary/ emergency passports or other travel documents are not eligible to apply for a VoA)

  2. Return ticket or onward passage ticket

  3. Visa fee (US$ 35), paid at the Immigration Checkpoint in Indonesia


List of Eligible Countries or Regions


  1. Albania

  2. Algeria

  3. Andorra

  4. Angola

  5. Antigua & Barbuda

  6. Argentine

  7. Armenia

  8. Australia

  9. Austria

  10. Azerbaijan

  11. Bahama

  12. Bahrain

  13. Bangladesh

  14. Barbados

  15. Belarus

  16. Belgium

  17. Belize

  18. Benin

  19. Bhutan

  20. Bolivia

  21. Bosnia & Herzegovina

  22. Botswana

  23. Brazil

  24. Brunei Darussalam

  25. Bulgaria

  26. Burkina Faso

  27. Burundi

  28. Cambodia

  29. Canada

  30. Cape Verde

  31. Chad

  32. Chile

  33. Czech Rep.

  34. China

  35. Comoro

  36. Costa Rica

  37. Côte de’Ivoire

  38. Croatia

  39. Cuba

  40. Cyprus

  41. Denmark

  42. Dominica

  43. Dominica Republic

  44. Ecuador

  45. Egypt

  46. El Salvador

  47. Estonia

  48. Fiji

  49. Finland

  50. France

  51. Gabon

  1. Gambia

  2. Georgia

  3. Germany

  4. Ghana

  5. Grenada

  6. Greece

  7. Guatemala

  8. Guyana

  9. Haiti

  10. Hong Kong

  11. Honduras

  12. Hungary

  13. Iceland

  14. India

  15. Ireland

  16. Italy

  17. Jamaica

  18. Japan

  19. Jordan

  20. Kazakhstan

  21. Kenya

  22. Kiribati

  23. Kyrgyzstan

  24. Latvia

  25. Laos

  26. Lebanon

  27. Lesotho

  28. Liechtenstein

  29. Lithuania

  30. Luxemburg

  31. Macao

  32. Madagascar

  33. Macedonia

  34. Maldives

  35. Malawi

  36. Malaysia

  37. Mali

  38. Malta

  39. Maroco

  40. Marshall Island

  41. Mauritania

  42. Mauritius

  43. Mexico

  44. Moldova

  45. Monaco

  46. Mongolia

  47. Mozambique

  48. Myanmar

  49. Namibia

  50. Nauru

  51. Nepal

  52. Netherland

  53. New Zealand

  54. Nicaragua

  55. Norway


  1. Oman

  2. Palau

  3. Palestine

  4. Panama

  5. Papua New Guinea

  6. Paraguay

  7. Peru

  8. Philipines

  9. Poland

  10. Portugal

  11. Puerto Rico

  12. Qatar

  13. Quwait

  14. Romania

  15. Russia

  16. Rwanda

  17. Saint Kitts & Navis

  18. Saint Lucia

  19. Saint Vincent & Grenadis

  20. Solomon Island

  21. Samoa

  22. San Marino

  23. Sao Tome & Principe

  24. Saudi Arabia

  25. Senegal

  26. Serbia

  27. Seychelles

  28. Singapore

  29. Slovakia

  30. Slovenia

  31. South Africa

  32. South Korea

  33. Spain

  34. Suriname

  35. Sri Lanka

  36. Swaziland

  37. Sweden

  38. Switzerland

  39. Taiwan

  40. Tajikistan

  41. Tanzania

  42. Thailand

  43. Timor Leste

  44. Togo

  45. Tonga

  46. Trinidad & Tobago

  47. Tunis

  48. Turkey

  49. Turkmenistan

  50. Tuvalu

  51. Uganda

  52. Ukraine

  53. United Arab Emirates

  54. United Kingdom


  1. United State of America

  2. Uruguay

  3. Uzbekistan

  4. Vanuatu

  5. Vatican

  6. Venezuela

  7. Vietnam

  8. Zambia

  9. Zimbabwe



Immigration Checkpoints at Airports

  1. Adi Juanda in Surabaya (East Java)

  2. Adisutjipto in Yogyakarta (Central Java)

  3. Adi Sumarmo in Solo (Central Java)

  4. El Tari in Kupang (East Nusa Tenggara Province, Timor

  5. Halim Perdanakusuma in Jakarta (Capital of Indonesia)

  6. Hassanudin in Makasar (South Sulawesi)

  7. Ngurah Rai in Denpasar (Island of Bali)

  8. Polonia in Medan (North Sumatera)

  9. Sam Ratulangi in Manado (North Sulawesi)

  10. Selaparang in Mataram (Lombok Island)

  11. Sepinggan in Balikpapan (East Kalimantan)

  12. Soekarno Hatta in Jakarta (Capital of Indonesia)

  13. Sultan Syarif Kasim II in Pekanbaru (Riau Province, Sumatera)

  14. Tabing in Padang (West Sumatera)


Immigration Checkpoints at Seaports
  1. Bandar Bintan Telani Lagoi in Tanjung Uban, Bintan (Sumatera)

  2. Bandar Seri Udana Lobam in Tanjung Uban (Sumatera)

  3. Batu Ampar in Batam (Batam Island)

  4. Belawan in Belawan (North Sumatera)

  5. Benoa in Bali (Island of Bali)

  6. Bitung in Bitung (Sulawesi)

  7. Jayapura in Jayapura (Papua)

  8. Marina Teluk Senimba (Batam Island)

  9. Maumere in Flores (East Nusa Tenggara)

  10. Nongsa in Batam (Batam Island)

  11. Padang Bai in Bali (Island of Bali)

  12. Pare-pare in Pare-pare (South Sulawesi)

  13. Sekupang in Batam (Batam Island)

  14. Sibolga in Sibolga (North Sumatra)

  15. Soekarno-Hatta in Makassar (South Sulawesi)

  16. Sri Bintan Pura in Tanjung Pinang (Riau)

  17. Tanjung Balai Karimun (Sumatera)

  18. Tanjung Mas in Semarang (Central Java)

  19. Tanjung Priok in Jakarta (Capital of Indonesia)

  20. Teluk Bayur in Padang (West Sumatra)

  21. Batam Centre in Batam (Batam Island)

  22. Tenau in Kupang (East Nusa Tenggara Province)

  23. Yos Sudarso in Dumai (Riau Province, Sumatra)