IAPH Bali 2017

THE 30TH WORLD PORTS CONFERENCE Enabling Trade Energizing The World MAY 7 - 12 2017 AT NUSA DUA BALI

VISA REGULATION

All foreigners wishing to enter Indonesia must have passport valid for at least six months from the date of arrival along with proof (tickets) of onward or return passage.  Please contact the Indonesia Embassy / Consulate in your country before the Conference in order to check if you require any other immigration procedures to visit Indonesia.

FREE VISA FACILITY

As stipulated by Indonesia’s Presidential Decree No. 21 of 2016, citizens of 169 countries are now exempted from having a visa to enter Indonesia.   This regulation has been in effect and only valid for tourism purposes with maximum stay of non-extendable 30 (thirty) days and all travelers must hold a passport valid for six (6) months.
The visa free facility does not allow the change into other permits. This new regulation does not apply for travellers visiting Indonesia for more than 30 (thirty) days or for conducting journalistic activities, which are required to apply visa at the Indonesian Representatives in their home country.
Please find the list of 169 countries that are exempted from obtaining visa to enter Indonesia for tourism purposes:

No

Country

No

Country

No

Country

1

Albania

22

Botswana

43

East Timor

2

Algeria

23

Brazil

44

Ecuador

3

Andorra

24

Brunei Darussalam

45

Egypt

4

Angola

25

Bulgaria

46

El Salvador

5

Antigua and Barbuda

26

Burkina Faso

47

Estonia

6

Argentina

27

Burundi

48

Fiji

7

Armenia

28

Cambodia

49

Finland

8

Australia

29

Canada

50

France

9

Austria

30

Cape Verde

51

Gabon

10

Azerbaijan

31

Chad

52

Gambia

11

Bahamas

32

Chile

53

Georgia

12

Bahrain

33

China

54

Germany

13

Bangladesh

34

Czech Republic

55

Ghana

14

Barbados

35

Comoros

56

Greece

15

Belarus

36

Costa Rica

57

Grenada

16

Belgium

37

Croatia

58

Guatemala

17

Belize

38

Cuba

59

Guyana

18

Benin

39

Cyprus

60

Haiti

19

Bhutan

40

Commonwealth of Dominica

61

Holy See (Vatican City)

20

Bolivia

41

Denmark

62

Honduras

21

Bosnia Herzegovina

42

Dominican Republic

63

Hong Kong

 

64

Hungary

99

Monaco

134

Serbia

65

Iceland

100

Mongolia

135

Seychelles

66

India

101

Morocco

136

Singapore

67

Ireland

102

Mozambique

137

Slovakia

68

Italy

103

Myanmar

138

Slovenia

69

Ivory Coast

104

Namibia

139

Solomon Islands

70

Jamaica

105

Nauru

140

South Africa

71

Japan

106

Nepal

141

Spain

72

Jordan

107

New Zealand

142

Sri Lanka

73

Kazakhstan

108

Netherlands

143

Suriname

74

Kenya

109

Nicaragua

144

Swaziland

75

Kiribati

110

Norway

145

Sweden

76

Republic of Korea

111

Oman

146

Switzerland

77

Kuwait

112

Palau

147

Taiwan

78

Kyrgyzstan

113

Palestine

148

Tajikistan

79

Laos

114

Panama

149

Tanzania

80

Latvia

115

Papua New Guinea

150

Thailand

81

Lebanon

116

Paraguay

151

Togo

82

Lesotho

117

Peru

152

Tonga

83

Liechtenstein

118

Philippines

153

Trinidad and Tobago

84

Lithuania

119

Poland

154

Tunisia

85

Luxembourg

120

Portugal

155

Turkey

86

Macao (SAR of China)

121

Puerto Rico

156

Turkmenistan

87

Macedonia

122

Qatar

157

Tuvalu

88

Madagascar

123

Romania

158

Uganda

89

Maldives

124

Russia

159

Ukraine

90

Malawi

125

Rwanda

160

United Kingdom

91

Malaysia

126

Saint Kitts and Nevis

161

United States of America

92

Mali

127

Saint Lucia

162

United Arab Emirates

93

Malta

128

Saint Vincent  (Grenadines)

163

Uruguay

94

Marshall Islands

129

Samoa

164

Uzbekistan

95

Mauritania

130

San Marino

165

Vanuatu

96

Mauritius

131

Sao Tome and Principe

166

Venezuela

97

Mexico

132

Saudi Arabia

167

Vietnam

98

Moldova

133

Senegal

168

Zambia

169

Zimbabwe

Passport holders of all other countries and non-tourists of the aforementioned countries must obtain valid Indonesian visas at an Indonesia Embassies or Consulates in their home country prior to departure to Indonesia.   

LETTER OF INVITATION

Invitation letter or other necessary document to obtain Indonesian visa will be provided by the Secretariat of IAPH Bali 2017 based on request.  However this letter aims to assist participants for their travel to Indonesia and does not imply any commitment for the Organization Committee to provide financial support.  Please get in touch as early as possible with the IAPH Bali 2017 Secretariat if you need an invitation letter.