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This type of visa is granted to holders of diplomatic and official passports, as well as United Nations Laissez-Passer with a stay period of 60 days.

Requirements:

  1. ​Fill out the visa application form (obtained at the Embassy)
  2. Original passport valid at least 6 months upon arrival in Indonesia
  3. Attach a copy of the diplomatic card issued by the local Government
  4. Two color photographs (white background)
  5. Copies of round-trip tickets and travel plans to Indonesia
  6. Attach a Verbal/Diplomatic Note

​List of Countries Exempted from Entry Visa (for Official and Diplomatic Passports) 

Holders of diplomatic and official passports from certain countries do not require a visa for a short stay in Indonesia with a maximum stay period of 30 days. The Government of Indonesia has entered into a visa-free agreement for holders of diplomatic and official passports with 43 countries, as follows:

  1. Afghanistan (30 days)
  2. Argentina (30 days)
  3. Austria (30 days)
  4. Azerbaijan (30 days)
  5. Bangladesh (30 days)
  6. Belarus (30 days)
  7. Bosnia-Herzegovina (30 days)
  8. Brazil (14-30 days)
  9. Bulgaria (30 days)
  10. China (30 days)
  11. Ecuador (14-30 days)
  12. Hungary (30 days)
  13. India (30 days)
  14. Iran (30 days)
  15. Cambodia (14 days)
  16. Kazakhstan (30 days)
  17. Colombia (30 days)
  18. South Korea (14 days)
  19. North Korea (14 days)
  20. Croatia (14 days)
  21. Cuba (14 days)
  22. Kyrgyztan (30 days)
  23. Laos (14 days)
  24. Macedonia (30 days)
  25. Mongolia (30 days)
  26. Myanmar (14 days)
  27. Pakistan (30 days)
  28. Paraguay (30 days)
  29. France (30 days)
  30. Peru (30 days)
  31. Poland (30 days)
  32. Portugal (30 days)
  33. Russia (14-90 days)
  34. Slovakia (30 days)
  35. Slovenia (30 days)
  36. Suriname (30 days)
  37. Sri Lanka (30 days)
  38. Switzerland (30 days)
  39. Tunisia (30-60 days)
  40. Turkey (30 days)
  41. United Arab Emirates (60 days)
  42. Venezuela (30 days)
  43. Vietnam (14 days)

Source: Protocol and Consular Functions of the Indonesian Embassy in Dakar-Senegal. 2016