My new Indonesian Visa

Indonesia Visa 60-days
Visa for Indonesia, 60-days with option to extend monthly up to 6 months

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Thats how it looks like – Indonesian 60-day Visa which I applied for yesterday and collected it today at the Embassy of the Republic of Indonesia in Singapore.

Now I can sail out without getting in trouble with time and searching an immigration office on our sailing route.

If you want to know details about the Visa Procedure, please let me know in the comments below. And I will be very happy to help out with my experiences.

 

Indonesia Visa 60-days

Visa for Indonesia, 60-days with option to extend monthly up to 6 months

… a dreamer, an ambassador of good feelings, a freedom fighter.

Hi. I am EFE. Following the voice of my heart I am traveling, meeting people and I am stopping for any interesting place and all good hearted people. I am a media designer with passion for photography, video trailers and dancing, ready to discover the unexpected. Beauty is right in front of us. Anytime. Anywhere. Let’s LIVE SHARE ENJOY together.

Cheers, EFETACK

2 Responses

  1. Fiona Coates says:

    Hi I have just arrived in KL and been told I cannot get a 60 day tourist visa at the Indonesian Consulate in Penang anymore, which is where I normally get it. Please can you send me more information about your visa from Singapore. Did you go though an agent? How much did it cost? Thanks

    • EFETACK says:

      Hi Fiona,
      I never used an agent so far and don’t think about using one in future 🙂
      Concerning the cost, I payed 75 SGD (Singapore Dollar) which is the standard rate for a 60-day Indonesian Visa.

      I hope this helps.
      EFE

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