Service and Diplomatic Visa to Indonesia would only be granted for the holders of Diplomatic and Service/Official passports as well as for the holders of United Nation Laissez-Passer with the maximum stay in Indonesia up to 60 days.


  1. Applicants must hold a full passport which must be submitted upon request for inspection when applying for a visa
  2. Applicants should fill the service or diplomatic visa application forms. (the forms can be downloaded here​)
  3. Passport must be valid for at least 6 (six) months  from date of entry into Indonesia
  4. One recent passport-sized colour photograph of the applicant must be submitted with the application.
  5. Copies of booking/itinerary tickets must be submitted with the application.
  6. Diplomatic note from the relative institution regarding the request for visa and the purpose of visit must be submitted with the application.
  7. Applicants whose application needs referral to the Authorities in Indonesia should NOT purchase their travel tickets before the approval for their visa application is received.
  8. Service and Diplomatic visa applications must be submitted between 10.00 a.m. – 12.00 a.m. from Monday – Friday through Consular Section at the Embassy of the Republic of Indonesia at 600- 602 Petchaburi Road, Bangkok.
  9. If granted, visa can be collected minimum after 2 working days, between 2.00 p.m. – 3.30 p.m.
  10. All applications are subject to approval. Submission of a visa application does not necessarily mean that a visa will be granted.
  11. The granting of visa is, in effect, only form of pre-entry clearance. It does not grant permission to enter Indonesia. The Indonesian Immigration Authorities at the port of entry reserve the right to refuse entry into Indonesia.
  12. It is most desirous that any traveler to Indonesia understands and duly respects the Indonesian Immigration's regulations as well as the Embassy's rules.​



Free Visit Visa

General Requirements for Free Visit Visa

1.   Passport must be valid for a minimum of 6 (six) months as from the date of entry to Indonesia

2.   Return ticket are compulsory

3.   Free visit visa only valid up to 30 (thirty) days and cannot be extended and converted to another type of visa. 

There are 90 countries, whose citizens do not require visa to enter Indonesia for short visit up to 30 days as follows:

1.     Thailand

2.      Malaysia

3.      Singapore

4.      Brunei Darussalam

5.      Philippines

6.      Vietnam

7.      Cambodia

8.      Lao PDR

9.      Myanmar

10.   Hong Kong SAR

11.   Macao SAR

12.   Chile

13.   Morocco

14.   Peru

15.   Ecuador 

16.   South Africa

17.   United Stated of America

18.   Austria

19.  Bahrain

20.   Netherland

21.   Belgium

22.   Czech Republic

23.   Denmark

24.   Japan

25.   Germany

26.   Canada

27.   South Korea

28.   Kuwait

29.   Mexico

30.   Qatar

31.   People's Republic of China

32.   Russia

33.   New Zealand

34.   Spain

35.   Sweden

36.   Switzerland

37.    Finland

38.   Hungary

39.   United Kingdom

40.   Italy

41.   Norway

42.   Oman

43.   France

44.   Poland

45.   United Arab Emirates

46.   Kirgizstan

47.   Croatia

48.   Latvia

49.   Lebanon

50.   Liechtenstein

51.   Lithuania

52.   Luxemburg

53.   Maldives

54.   Malta

55.   Rumania

56.   San Marino

57.   Saudi Arabia

58.   Seychelles

59.   Cyprus

60.    Slovakia

61.   Slovenia

62.   Suriname

63.   Taiwan

64.   Fiji

65.   Ghana

66.   India

67.   Tunisia

68.   Turkey

69.   Vatican

70.   Venezuela

71.   Jordan

72.   Greece

73.   Aljazair

74.   Angola

75.  Argentina

76.  Azerbaijan

77.  Belarus

78.  Bulgaria

79.  Dominica

80.  Estonia

81.  Kazakhstan

82.  Ireland

83.  Iceland

84.  Egypt

85.  Monaco

86.  Panama

87.  Papua New Guinea

88.  Portugal

89.  Tanzania

90.  East Timor

Citizens from those 75 countries:

Can obtain free visit visa up to 30 days for for official duty, education, social cultural, tourism, business purpose or transit to continue journey to another countries. This type of visa is not extendable.

The citizen from these countries can also enter Indonesia from the following Airports and Seaports.


1.    Soekarno-Hatta International Airport in Jakarta;

2.    Juanda International Airport in Surabaya;

3.    Ngurah Rai International Airport in Bali;

4.    Kuala Namu International Airport in Medan;

5.    Hang Nadim International Airport in Batam. 


1. Sri Bintan Pura Seaport in Tanjung Pinang;

2. Sekupang Seaport in Batam;

3. Batam Center Seaport in Batam;

4. Nongsa Terminal   Bahari Seaport in Batam;

5. Marina Teluk Sarimba Seaport in Batam;

6. Citra Tri Tunas (Harbour Bay) in Batam;

7. Bandar Bentan Telani Lagoi in Tanjung Uban;

8. Bandar Seri Udana Lobam in Tanjung Uban;

9. Tanjung Balai Karimun in Tanjung Karimun.

Furthermore, they can exit through the following 19 Airports, 29 Seaports and 1 Land border Checkpoint :


1. Soekarno-Hatta International Airport in Tangerang;

2. Juanda International Airport in Surabaya;

3. Ngurah Rai International Airport in Bali;

4. Kuala Namu International Airport in Medan;

5. Hang Nadim International Airport in Batam.

6. Halim Perdana Kusuma Airport, Jakarta;

7. Husein Sastranegara, Bandung

8. Sepinggan, Balikpapan

9. Sultan Iskandar Muda, Aceh

10. Adisucipto, Jogjakarta

11. Eltari, Kupang

12. Sam Ratulangi, Manado

13. Minangkabau, Padang

14. Sultan Syarif Kasim II, Pekanbaru

15. Sultan Mahmud Badaruddin, Palembang

16. Adisumarmo, Surakarta

17. Ahmad Yani, Semarang

18. Sultan Hasanuddin, Makassar

19. Polonia, Medan

20. Lombok International Aiport, Mataram;

21. Belitung Airport, Tanjung Pandan;

22. Binaka Airport, Sibolga;

23. Frans Kaisiepo Airport, Biak;

24. Maimun Saleh Airport, Sabang;

25. Mopah Airport, Merauke;

26. Mozes Kilangin Airport, Tembaga Pura;

27. Pattimura Airport, Ambon;

28. Supadio Airport, Pontianak;

29. Tarakan Airport, Tarakan.


1. Ahmad Yani in Ternate;

2. Amamapare in Tembagapura;

3. Anggrek in Gorontalo;

4. Bandar Bentan Telani Lagoi in Tanjung Uban;

5. Bandar Sri Selia Raja in Bengkalis;

6. Bandar Sri Udana Lobam in Tanjung Uban;

7. Batam Center in Batam;

8. Batu Ampar in Batam;

9. Bagan Siapi-api in Bagan Siapi-api;

10. Belawan in Belawan;

11. Benete in Sumbawa Besar;

12. Belakang Padang in Belakang Padang;

13. Biak in Biak;

14. Boom Baru in Palembang;

15. Celukan Bawang in Singaraja;

16. Citra Tri Tunas (Harbour Bay) in Batam;

17. Ciwandan, Cilegon;

18. Dumai in Dumai;

19. Dwi Kora, Pontianak;

20. Gunung Sitoli, Sibolga;

21. Jambi in Jambi;

22. Jayapura in Jayapura;

23. Kabil, Batam;

24. Kendari in Kendari;

25. Kota Baru in Kota Baru;

26. Kuala Enok in Tembilahan;

27. Kuala Langsa in Aceh;

28. Kuala Tungkal in Jambi;

29. Kuala Tanjung in Tanjung Balai Asahan;

30. Lauran Say in Maumere;

31. Lembar, Mataran;

32. Lhokseumawe in Lhokseumawe;

33. Malahayati in Aceh;

34. Malundung in Tarakan;

35. Manado in Manado;

36. Marina Teluk Sanimba in Batam;

37. Marore in Tahuna;

38. Miangas in Tahuna;

39. Merauke in Merauke;

40. Nongsa Terminal Bahari in Batam;

41. Nusantara Pare-Pare in Pare Pare;

42. Nusantara in Tahuna;

43. Padang Bai in Bali;

44. Panarukan in Panarukan;

45. Pangkal Balam in Pangkal Pinang;

46. Panjang in Bandar Lampung;

47. Pantoloan in Palu;

48. Pasuruan in Pasuruan;

49. Pemangkat in Sambas;

50. Probolinggo in Probolinggo;

51. Pulau Baai in Bengkulu;

52. Sabang in Aceh;

53. Samarinda in Samarinda;

54. Sampit in Sampit;

55. Samudera in Bitung;

56. Sekupang in Batam;

57. Selat Lampa in Ranai;

58. Semayang in Balikpapan;

59. Siak Sri Indrapura in Siak;

60. Sibolga in Sibolga;

61. Sintele in Simbas;

62. Soekarno-Hatta in Makassar;

63. Sorong in Sorong;

64. Sri Bayintan in Tanjung Pinang;

65. Sri Bintan Pura in Tanjung Pinang;

66. Sungai Guntung in Tembilahan;

67. Tanjung Benoa in Bali;

68. Tanjung Balai Karimun in Tanjung Balai Karimun;

69. Tanjung Emas in Semarang;

70. Tanjung Gudang in Pangkalpinang;

71. Tanjung Harapan in Selat Panjang;

72. Tanjung Intan in Cilacap;

73. Tanjung Kelian in Pangkal Pinang;

74. Tanjung Lontar Tenau in Kupang;

75. Tanjung Pandan in Bangka Belitung;

76. Tanjung Perak in Surabaya;

77. Tanjung Priok in Jakarta;

78. Tanjung Uban in Tanjung Uban;

79. Tanjung Wangi in Jember;

80. Tarempa in Tarempa;

81. Teluk Bayur in Padang;

82. Teluk Nibung in Tanjung Balai Asahan;

83. Tembilahan in Tembilahan;

84. Tri Sakti, Banjarmasin;

85. Tual in Tual;

86. Tunontaka in Nunukan;

87. Yos Sudarso in Ambon;

88. Yos Sudarso in Cirebon.

Land border checkpoints:

1. Aruk in Samban

2. Entikong in Entikong

3. Metamauk in Atambua

4. Mota'ain in Atambua

5. Nanga Badau in Samban

6. Napan in Atambua

7. Skouw in Jayapura.

In addition to the above-mentioned countries, citizens from these following countries can also apply for Visa on Arrival (VoA) in Indonesia, as follows:

1. Austria

2. Bahrain

3. Belgium

4. Canada

5. People's Republic of China

6. Czech Republic

7. Denmark

8. Finland

9. France

10. Germany

11. Hungary

12. Italy

13. Japan

14. Kuwait

15. Mexico

16. Netherland

17. New Zealand

18. Norway

19. Oman

20. Poland

21. Qatar

22. Russia

23. South Africa

24. South Korea

25. Spain

26. Sweden

27. Switzerland

28. United Arab Emirates

29. United Kingdom

30. United States of America.

Citizen from the abovementioned countries can get Visa on Arrival as soon as they arrive at Immigration Checkpoint. The visa fee is US$35 (Thirty Five US Dollar) and is extendable up to another 30 days.