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56 Countries Indonesians Can Travel Without Visa

on December 8, 2014

In 2014, according to reports, Indonesian citizens had visa-free or visa on arrival access to 56 countries and territories, ranking the Indonesian passport 72nd in the world.

Here are 56 Countries Indonesians Can Travel to Without Visa:

‪#‎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 – 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 – Visa on arrival – 30 days

‪#‎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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VISA EXEMPTION DUE TO HAVING OTHER VISAS

#Albania: This country requires valid multiple–entry Schengen visa (“C” or “D”) or valid residence permit in any Schengen member states, stay is within the validity term of the visa or the residence permit

#Andorra: There is no formal visa required but multiple-entry Schengen visa is required.

#Anguilla: A valid visa issued by UK is required.

#Antigua_and_Barbuda: Requires valid visa issued by USA/Canada/Schengen states/UK and pay appropriate fees.

#Bosnia_and_Herzegovina: Requires valid residence permit issued by a Schengen country.

#Costa_Rica: Requires valid visa from EU Member State, Canada, Japan, Korea (Rep.of) or USA, for a max.stay of 90 days.

#Dominican_Republic: Requires visa issued by Canada, USA or any EU Member State for a max. stay of 30 days. Fee: USD 10.-. Extension possible.

#Honduras: Requires valid visa for Canada, the USA or a Schengen Member State for nationals of Indonesia.

#Kosovo: Requires valid multiple entry Schengen visa and stay up to 15 days.

#Republic_of_Macedonia: Requires permanent residence permit of any EU or Schengen member states or a multiple entry Schengen visa (C). In case of possession of multiple entry Schengen type C visa, validity of the visa must be at least 5 days than the planned stay in Macedonia.

#Mexico: Requires permanent residency in Canada, Japan, the United Kingdom, the United States (B1/B2 visa accepted), or the Schengen countries.

#Montenegro: Requires visa issued by a Schengen Member State or U.S.A., or not longer than the expiry of the visa, if the validity of the visa is less than 7 days.

#Panama: Requires visa issued by USA/UK/Canada/Australia/any member countries of the EU, which has been used at least once to enter those countries AND must buy tourist card that is of USD 30 on arrival.

#SouthKorea: Requires valid visa of USA/Japan/Canada/Australia/New Zealand and is travelling between one of those countries to/from a third country and hold a confirmed onward ticket departing within 30 days.

#Taiwan: Requires a valid visa or permanent residence certificate issued by U.S.A., Canada, Japan, U.K., Schengen Convention countries, Australia or New Zealand.

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Source: Facebook Group “Foreign Relationship Community / FRC”, posted by its admin.

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