Travel Instructions

Entry visa for Indonesia 

Qatari nationals are granted entry visas upon arrival at Indonesia's land, air and sea ports when visiting Indonesia for tourism, official government visits, social visits or participation in various conferences and events. The conditions for obtaining a visa are:

  • The visa is valid for 30 days and can be extended once for an additional 30 days and its fee is US $ 25.
  • Passport valid for at least 6 months.
  • Possessing a return ticket or a ticket to another destination.

Important Information

  • Staying in Indonesia for more than 30 days without a visa extension is considered illegal and will result in a fine of US $ 20 for each additional day. If the visitor is unable to pay the amount, administrative sanctions will be imposed on deportation and banning entry into Indonesia.
  • Visitors must fill in the entry form to Indonesia to be stamped by the passport officer and must keep the second part of the entry card in order to be handed over to the passport officer when leaving the country.
  • Departures must pay Rs 150,000 as departure fees at Indonesian airports (approximately $ 12(

Do and Do not

  • Be gentle and gentle, speak as lowly as possible, and reduce the use of hands while talking.
  • Avoid using the finger of the index finger to refer to objects, as Indonesians prefer to use thumb to do so.
  • Upon completion of check-in and baggage collection procedures, it is advisable to go directly to the taxi offices inside the car park to rent a car, which is guaranteed and safe. It is advised not to rent the cars of persons outside the terminal.
  • It is best to book the hotel online or through travel agencies before coming to Indonesia and prefer to ask the hotel to provide a car to take you from the airport. It is recommended to stay in excellent hotels (5) stars, despite the high prices and avoid cheap hotels are not safe and services are not good.
  • Avoid carrying valuables or wearing clothes and jewellery and be as simple as possible in appearance so as not to attract attention and be a target for criminals and pickpockets.
  • Lack of trust in others and avoid direct contact with local people, especially at the airport.
  • Do not accept any drink or food provided by the driver of the taxi you carry because there are cases of anesthesia of passengers and theft of their property.
  • Make sure that your personal and important needs are placed in the hotel's safety deposit box and do not take enough money for your day, preferably using credit cards with cash in hand.
  • Do not neglect your passport and must keep it in the hotel safety deposit box and keep a copy of it and carry it with you always.
  • Inform the Embassy of your arrival and provide your address and telephone number and keep your embassy phone number and address in case of emergency.
  • Keep the hotel card in which you have been assessed and make sure to use the police if you do not know the way back to the hotel.
  • It is preferable to stay away from places of gathering (hotels where there is a lot of fraud and exploitation)
  • Abiding by the above mentioned passports and customs laws to avoid entering into legal offenses.
  • In case of violation of local laws, you must abide by the formal procedures that should be followed in such cases and not trust the staff who may ask you to pay money as bribes in exchange for helping you settle your legal transgressions.