The Indonesia visa and kitas:
Need not be an Indonesian to travel to the exotic lands of the Indonesia. You can get the visa at your Embassy of Indonesia in your country, or there is a visa on arrival option, the kitas. The Indonesia has several different visa of the Indonesia to adapt to your stay. KITAS are different that those remaining are more than 60 days and is usually initiated by a citizen or business Indonesian. Recently, a kitas of retirement has been added.
Indonesia Visa on arrival:
Indonesia on arrival visa for tourist Indonesia planning to stay within 30 days, visa on arrival is not extensible and expires when you leave the country.
o arrival visa can be bought at the airports in Jakarta, Bali, Surabaya, Medan, Padang, Pekanbaru, Manado, Biak, Ambon, Balikpapan, Pontianak, Kupang, Batam and South Sumatra.
o Visa on arrival is also available to a limited number of seaports, including Batam and Bintan ferry terminal near Singapore
o arrival visa to travel to different islands in Indonesia
o there are four regions in Indonesia the foreign national is not allowed to visit without special written
permission and approval. Maluku, Poso and Irian Jaya/West Papua.
To enter the restricted areas a must obtain a special authorization of the Indonesian authorities and Counsellor to the Embassy / Consulate General on the intention to visit and in the regions.
o the passport must have at least 6 months before expiring
o show you arrangement to leave the country as the ticket return or travel continues
o Indonesian visa require an entirely blank Passport page where they stamped the visa.
o 10.00 USD for 7 days and 25.00 USD for 30 days
If you go on your time is a tax 20.00 per day to 29 days.
62 countries and 1 region may apply for a visa on arrival.
Argentina, Fiji, Libya Romania, USA, Australia, Finland, Lithiuania, Russia, Algeria, France, Luxembourg, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Germany, Maldives, Slovak Republic, Belgium, Greece, Malta, Slovenia, Brazil, Hungary, Mexico, Spain, Bulgaria, India, Monaco, South Africa, Czech, Iceland, New Zealand, Korea South, Cambodia, Iran, Country-BasSuriname, Canada, Ireland, Norway, Sweden, Cyprus, Italy, Oman, Switzerland, China, Japan, Panama, Taiwan, Denmark, Kuwait, Poland, Tunisia, Estonia, Laos, Portugal, United Arab Emirates United, Egypt, Latvia, Qatar, UK
I have two tips for the Indonesia upon arrival visa
1 After they stamp leave your Passport, they give a form with Passport don't lose it or when you leave you will have to fine 20.00 USD in Indonesian Rupiah if you do not have any rupiah, you must go to the ATM.
2. If you have someone seek you at the airport to tell them that the line for a visa on arrival can be from 5 to 40 minutes depending on the number of passengers Indonesia.
Take a peak at http://www.indonesiatravelinformation.com more information, maps and photos on the Insonesia travel..