23-27 October 2023, Bali Dynasty Resort, Kuta, Bali Island, Indonesia
The 8th Asia-Pacific Conference on Synthetic Aperture Radar (APSAR 2023)
While many nationalities do not require a visa for short-term trips to Indonesia, others must apply for an Indonesian visa online or in person to be allowed into the country. The Indonesian visa policy varies depending on a visitor's country of origin and the length of stay. Indonesia is a popular tourist destination, with as many as 16 million visitors arriving every year from abroad. These foreign travelers should confirm how to get a visa for Indonesia and whether they need one before departure. Please check some information below before your departure to attend APSAR 2023.
The Visa Exemption
Foreign nationals from countries that are included in the 169 Visa-Free Country List are entitled to visa exemption and may enter Indonesia from 124 immigration checkpoints and are granted a 30-day stay that cannot be extended. Mandatory requirements include: a passport with minimumsix6 months validity and return / through tickets.
Visa on Arrival
Foreigners can apply for this visa upon arrival in Indonesia if their nationality is included on the Visa-on-Arrival 68 countries list. A holder of Visit Visa on Arrival is given a 30-day stay and can be extended at the Immigration Office for 1 (one) time to have another 30 days stay. Mandatory requirements include: a passport with minimumsix6 months validity and return/through tickets.
Detailed visa information to visit Indonesia could be found at https://www.imigrasi.go.id/