Indonesia e-Visa: Apply for the Online Visa to Indonesia?

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Apply for the Online Visa to Indonesia?

Indonesia has become a sought-after travel destination for tourists from around the world because of its beautiful beaches, majestic highlands with breathtaking views, rich cultural experiences, and variety of natural fauna. The Indonesian government has implemented an e-visa system, streamlining the visa application process and making it simpler for travelers to receive their visas, to further improve the convenience for foreign tourists.

Indonesia e-visa 2023

Foreign visitors to Indonesia can choose from two different categories of tourist e-visa based on the duration of their planned visit to the country.

Indonesia e-visa on arrival (B213)

With this particular visa, visitors are permitted to stay in the country for a maximum period of 30 days. It is possible to extend this visa for an additional 30 days, but it cannot be converted into any other visa category.

Visit our dedicated article to know more about the Indonesia e-visa on arrival:

Indonesia tourism single-entry e-visa (211A)

Travelers holding this visa are allowed a longer duration of stay, up to a maximum of 60 days. It is important to note that this visa cannot be extended beyond the initial 60-day period, but it does have the flexibility to be converted into different visa types if needed.

Indonesia e-visa eligible countries

The Indonesia e-visa is available for citizens of over 100 countries. To verify your eligibility based on your nationality, you can visit the Molina website and input your country of origin.

Indonesia e-visa eligibility

To be able to apply for an Indonesia e-visa, you must:

  • visit Indonesia only for tourism purposes
  • be financially sufficient to cover your personal expenses during your visit
  • comply with all visa conditions and Indonesia laws

Indonesia e-visa requirements

The Indonesian government imposes distinct visa requirements for each visa category. It is essential to ensure that you have gathered the necessary documents according to the specific visa type you are applying for.

Indonesia e-visa on arrival (B213)

Upon arrival at the entry port, you must be able to present the following documents:

  • passport with a validity of a minimum of 6 months
  • return/onward flight ticket

Indonesia tourism single-entry e-visa (211A)

The application of this type of e-Visa requires more documents. Please check the followings:

  • return/onward flight ticket
  • valid passport for at least 6 months or a valid travel document for at least 12 months for Foreigners holding travel documents
  • recent passport photograph
  • financial proof for funding your stay in Indonesia of at least USD 2000, such as:
    • personal bank statement showing the last 3 months’ period
    • latest salary slip
    • time deposits

Indonesia e-visa application

The application for the two categories of e-visa is slightly different from each other. Take a look at the steps below:

Indonesia e-visa on arrival (B213)

  • visit the Molina website
  • choose the type of the visa
  • fill in the information
  • submit the required documents
  • pay the fee

Once you have done with the payment process, you will receive your e-VOA confirmation. Print it out and show it to the immigration officer at the entry port to get a visa sticker.

Indonesia tourism single-entry e-visa (211A)

  • visit the Molina website
  • choose the type of the visa
  • register an account
  • input your details
  • submit the required documents
  • pay the fee
  • receive the e-visa via email (if approved)

Indonesia e-visa cost

Here are the rates of Indonesia e-visa based on the category:

  • Indonesia e-visa on arrival – IDR 500,000 (USD 33)
  • Indonesia tourism single-entry e-visa – IDR 1,500,000 (USD 100)

Indonesia e-visa validity

Both the e-visa on arrival and tourism single-entry e-visa will be valid for 90 days from the date of issue. Be advised that this validity period is different from the maximum period of stay, which is 30 days for e-visa on arrival and 60 days for tourism single-entry e-visa.

Indonesia e-visa extension

Foreign individuals have the option to prolong their e-visa on arrival for an additional 30 days by utilizing the Molina portal. By accessing your Molina account, you can easily follow the instructions provided to complete the extension process.

It is important to note that this extension can only be performed once. To avoid penalties, it is necessary to depart from the country before the extended visa reaches its expiration date.

Indonesia e-visa check

There are two possible ways to check the validity of your Indonesia e-visa:

Scan the QR codes

Direct your camera to the QR codes on your e-visa document and click the pop-up link to the immigration website. You will find all details related to your visa validity there.

Accessing the immigration website

You can also directly visit the immigration website and input your application number (No. Permohonan). You can click ‘Submit’ and find the details of your visa afterwards.


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