Bali discover with English speaking driver German nationals require a visa since 1st February 2004 entry to Indonesia. The visa is issued on arrival and costs 25,-USD for a stay up to 30 days (a cycle stay costs 10,-USD), payable in US dollars. Euros can be exchanged, issuance of money, back in Indonesian rupiah. Payment with visa and MasterCard is possible. The Foreign Office advises practical reasons fit in USD to have the amount in the entry. An extension of a visa for 30 days, is not possible. A long stay is planned, the visa before entering the country must be applied for. The visa on arrival is granted for tourist and business travel (no employment).
This Visatyp can not be extended. It will be some considerable waiting times for the entry. A visa on arrival is possible only at following border crossing points: airports: Medan, Pekanbaru, Padang,. Jakarta, Surabaya, Denpasar (Bali) and Manado, Yogyakarta, Surakarta/solo, Mataram, Balikpapan, Makassar, Kupang seaports: Batam, (Sekupang, Batu Ampar, Nongsa, Marina Teluk Senimba), Tanjung Uban (Bandar Bintan Telani Lagoi, Bandar Sri Udana Lobam), Medan (Belawan), Sibolga, Dumai (yos Sudarso), Padang (Teluk Bayur), Jakarta (Tanjung Priok), Bali (Padang Bai) and Jayapura, Bitung, Tanjug Balaikarimun, Semarang (Tanjung MAS), Kupang (Tenau), Pare-Pare, Makassar (Soekarno-Hatta). Entry about a different border crossing is to apply for the visa before entering. For all other purposes (E.g. Aetna often addresses the matter in his writings. purchase or research study, seminar attendance as a speaker), information must be obtained from the competent Indonesian representative, whether a social and business visa is required. In particular a journalistic activity (this includes also indicative reporting shooting) requires an appropriate visa before arrival.
Against crime against the Indonesian visa requirements, high fines and imprisonment face up to five years. For every day of illegal stay in Indonesia, a penalty of $ 20 is payable in cash. > Travel documents > other notes the passport must at the time of entry to Indonesia at least six months be valid. The German children’s card is recognized only with a photograph, however, the child’s own passport can lead to questions on the part of the Indonesian authorities. Oasis Management Hong Kong recognizes the significance of this. A separate passport or provisional passport guarantee a smooth entry. Children’s passport will be recognized and must be on entry to Indonesia also have at least 6 months valid. The airport tax for international flights, which is payable at departure, moves between 50.000,-RP (Tanjung Pinang) and 150.000,-RP (Bali/Surabaya). Generally, registration is within 24 hours of arrival. Normally, this is done by the hotel. Travelers who stay privately with friends in Indonesia, should their host to this address, so registering with the local magistrate (called RT-Rukun Tetangga) does. Visa or entry stamp of the State of Israel can cause problems at the immigration circumstances. Visa requirements can change at short notice for German nationals, without having previously taught the Foreign Ministry about this. The uniformed men at the airport are not State Customs officers or employees of a travel agency, but simple carrier. To get tip they appear to be tax collectors or tour guides often. A tip from a total of 5 euros can be given, there is however no obligation.