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FAQ

FAQ LIST
  • Where can I learn Bahasa Indonesia?


    Answer:
    Indonesian School in Singapore located at 20A Siglap
    Road conducts Bahasa Indonesia course.

    Please contact them directly at +65-6448 0722, contact person: Mr Arief.

  • How to apply journalist visa?


    Answer:
    The media company needs to submit the following documents:
    1. Letter of request for the visa addressed to either the head of Social and Cultural Affairs (preferred)or to the Ambassador including details of the visit, date of visit, locations to visit, what and who will be filmed/interviewed, purpose and details of visit, names of all crew who require visas as well as their nationality (country of passport issuance), passport number and job title.

    2. Photocopies of their passports showing their personal details (ie. front page of passport)

    3. Equipment list showing all equipment they will take to Indonesia including statement that all equipment will be taken out of Indonesia at completion of visit.

    4. Sponsor letter from an Indonesian company/individual that the crew will be working with during the visit

    5. Synopsis of show/documentary if applicable
    6. C.V. of journalist if applying for 1 year visa
  • Where can I get more information about Indonesian
    tourism?


    Answer:
    You may visit the webpage: http://www.indonesia.travel/ or www.indonesia-tourism.com/

    You may get brochures at Information, Social and Cultural Affairs, the Embassy of the Republic of Indonesia located at 7 Chatsworth Road, Singapore 249761




Culture and Arts

  • Where can I learn about Indonesian culture?

    Answer:
    Indonesian Arts Studio is showcasing the Indonesian arts and culture such as traditional clothes, traditional music instruments and Indonesian puppets made form leather and wood (wayang kulit and wayang golek).

    You may call and visit Indonesian Arts Studio located at Indonesian School in Singapore, 20 A Siglap Road, Singapore, Telp no 64480727, contact person : Mr Budi H Sudrajat.





Economy
  • We are a company keen to investing in Indonesia. Who can we contact in Singapore to provide us information on the investment requirements and procedures?


    Answer:
    For queries on investment procedures, we have a representative office of the Indonesia Investment
    Coordinating Board (BKPM) in Singapore, which is known as the Indonesian Investment Promotion
    Centre (IIPC). Their contact details are:


    The Indonesian Investment Promotion Centre (IIPC) Singapore
    8 Temasek Boulevard
    Suntec Tower 3, #33-03
    Singapore 038988
    Tel: +65 6334 4410
    Fax: +65 6334 4891
    www.bkpm.go.id


  • Who can we contact for information regarding import duty for import to Jakarta/Indonesia?


    Answer:

    Information and questions regarding import duty can be addressed to the Customs Department at
    the Indonesian Embassy in Singapore. The contact details are:

    Embassy of the Republic of Indonesia
    7 Chatsworth Road, Singapore 249761
    Customs Department
    Tel:+65 6734 0185


  • What are the applicable taxes in Indonesia when a Singaporean company invoice a local Indonesian
    company?

    Answer:

    There is a 15% withholding tax for the invoice to a local Indonesian company.

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