56 Countries Indonesians Can Travel To Without A Visa (And How Long You Can Stay)

Henly and Partners has analysed the visa regulations of all the countries and territories in the world, including Indonesia, and created an index which ranks countries according to the visa-free access their citizens enjoy to other countries. 

Indonesia ranked 72nd in the world, with visa on arrival access to 56 countries and territories.


Armenia 
Visa on arrival – 120 days

Bahrain
eVisa – eVisa from October 2014

Belarus
Visa required – Visas are issued on arrival at the Minsk International Airport if the support documents were submitted not later than 3 business days before expected date of arrival

Burundi
Visa on arrival – 30 days; obtainable at Bujumbura International Airport

Cambodia
Visa not required – 30 days

Cape Verde
Visa on arrival

Chile Visa
not required for 90 days

China
Visa required – Indonesian citizens may travel without a visa to Hainan, Hong Kong and Macao. Reciprocal visa-waiver is currently under consideration.

Colombia
Visa not required – 90 days on arrival, extend another 90 days for 180 days total

Comoros
Visa on arrival

Djibouti
Visa on arrival

Dominica
Visa not required – 21 days

Ecuador
Visa not required – 90 days

Fiji
Visa not required – 4 months

Gambia
Visa not required – 90 days; must obtain an entry clearance from the Gambian Immigration prior to travel

Guinea-Bissau
Visa on arrival – 90 days

Haiti
Visa not required – 3 months

Hong Kong
Visa not required – 30 days

India*
Update: VOA for Indonesians phased out on 25 January 2015. Must now obtain the e-tourist Visa.

Iran
Visa on arrival – Conditions apply

Japan
Visa required – 15 days; (Conditional) Visa waiver for regular Indonesian e-passport holders is scheduled to begin from December 1st 2014

Jordan
Visa on arrival – 3 months

Kenya
Visa on arrival – 3 months

Kyrgyzstan
Visa on arrival – 1 month

Laos
Visa not required – 30 days

Madagascar
Visa on arrival – 90 days

Malaysia
Visa not required – 30 days

Maldives
Visa on arrival – 30 days

Mali
Visa on arrival

Mauritania
Visa on arrival

Micronesia
Visa not required – 30 days

Morocco
Visa not required – 3 months

Myanmar
Visa not required – 14 days (Visa waiver agreement signed), Also eVisa for 28 days; holders must arrive via Yangon, Nay Pyi Taw or Mandalay airports.

Nepal
Visa on arrival – 90 days

Nicaragua
Visa on arrival – 90 days

Oman
Visa on arrival – 1 month 20 Rial (± $50) or 5 rial (±$15) for 10 days

Palau
Visa on arrival – 30 days

Papua New Guinea
Visa on arrival – 60 days

Peru
Visa not required – 183 days

Philippines
Visa not required – 30 days

Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
Visa not required – 1 month

Samoa
Entry Permit on arrival – 60 days

Serbia
Visa required – Visa free for a maximum stay of 90 days for valid visa holders or residents of the European Union member states and the United States

Seychelles
Visitor’s Permit on arrival – 1 month

Singapore
Visa not required – 30 days

Somalia
Visa on arrival – 30 days, provided an invitation letter issued by the sponsor has been submitted to the Airport Immigration Department at least 2 days before arrival

Sri Lanka
Electronic Travel Authorisation – 30 days

Tajikistan
Visa on arrival – 45 days

Tanzania
Visa on arrival

Thailand
Visa not required – 30 days

Timor-Leste
Visa on arrival – 30 days

Togo
Visa on arrival – 7 days

Turkey
eVisa – 1 month

Tuvalu
Visa on arrival – 1 month

Uganda
Visa on arrival

Vietnam
Visa not required – 30 days

Zimbabwe
Visa on arrival – 3 months


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