The Embassy can issue a letter informing that an individual is taking medication while travelling to Indonesia. The letter is not for legality purposes nor providing guarantee that you will be exempted from any checks. It will only provide information to Indonesian authorities that you are under medications based on the letter of your doctor and the drug prescriptions.Please make sure that the medicines are in original packaging and within the reasonable amount considering your length of stay in Indonesia.
Common medicines such as those that treat flu, diarrhea and dehydration symptoms, as well as most daily vitamins, do not require supporting documents to be provided.
The Embassy of the Republic of Indonesia in Copenhagen is able to provide a Certified Letter of Approved Medicines for those who need to bring medicine with them during their stay in Indonesia. The letter is provided in Indonesian, and covers medicinal requirements such as prescription eye drops and prescription pain-killers containing morphine.
To obtain a letter, you must supply the following documents to the Embassy:
1. Doctor’s letter (original) AND The Prescriptions.
2. Copy of Passport
3. Travel Itinerary (exit/entry to Indonesia)
4. Legalisation made by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Kingdom of Denmark in Copenhagen
Sent all the above documents by post or by mail, sent to the above address and for the attention of the Embassy of the Republic of Indonesia, Consular Section. If supplying the documents by mail, please enclose a return envelope (or self addressed envelope with sufficient stamps) and send by Express Post, Registered Express Post, Fed Ex or any other services. Or you can bring all documents to the Embassy ‘s office (Orehoj Alle 1, 2900 Hellerup, Copenhagen).
The Embassy is not responsible for lost documents sent by mail. Therefore, please make sure you select the most secure mail service. Additionally, ensure the envelope is correctly addressed, contains all the required documents and that you have selected an express postal service to avoid delays.
The fee for this service is 150 DKK per original document and may be paid by transferred money to the Embassy Account ( Danske Bank Reg. Nr : 4001 Acc No 3204 135 398 ) SWIFT BIC : DABADKKK) to the Embassy of the Republic of Indonesia in Copenhagen. Personal cheques are not accepted.
* Please note:
The Certified Letter of Approved Medicines is regarded as a supporting document only and assists when entering an Indonesian airport. However, the final approval of entry of carried medicines into Indonesia rests with the airports’ Custom and Quarantine office.* Please be reminded that liquid, aerosol and gel alcohol should be place in a plastic container (each container capacity maximum 100 ml), with a total weight not exceeding 1 Liter. Illicit drugs or narcotics are illegal to enter into Indonesian territory.
* If you have any further questions or require more specific information,
please do not hesitate to contact the Embassy.