Visa to Indonesia
One-stop Visa Application Service in Singapore
Visa Exemption Countires
- Visitor Visa is a single-entry visa which is valid for 30 days stay in Indonesia with the purpose of Tourism, Government Visit, Business Meeting, Goods Purchasing, or Transit only.
- The validity period of Visitor Visa is different from the period of stay in Indonesia. The validity period of Visitor Visa is 90 days, as stated on Visitor Visa. If foreigners holding Visitor Visa come to Indonesia after the 90 days period, they must apply for a new Visitor Visa, visa on arrival at the airport, or other types of visas.
- Holders of passports of these following countries are eligible to apply for Visitor Visa:
- Bosnia Herzegovina
- Brunei Darussalam
- Hong Kong
- New Zealand
- Republic of Korea
- San Marino
- Saudi Arabia
- South Africa
- Timor Leste
- United Arab Emirates
- United Kingdom
- United States of America
Application Fees for Visa to Indonesia
|Visa Type||Stay Length||All-inclusive Fee|
|Type of Visa B213 - Electronic Visa on Arrival||Up to 30 Days (extendable)||$80|
|Type of Visa 211A - Tourism||Up to 60 Days (extendable)||$200|
|Type of Visa 211A/221B/221C||Up to 60 Days (extendable)||$250|
|Type of Visa 211A - Pre-investment||Up to 180 Days (extendable)||$700|
|Type of Visa 211A - Sport Visa||Up to 60 Days (extendable)||$250|
*All-inclusive fee includes: consulate fee, visa application fee and service fee (inc. GST)
*The prices listed above are all in SGD (Singapore dollars)
*We accept following payment methods: cash, Paynow, Paylah, credit card, bank transfer, AliPay and Wechat Pay
Step by Step Procedure for Visa to Indonesia
Check if you need visa to Indonesia
Check the validity of your passport
Choose the visa type
(M) Commercial trade activities
(Q1)Family member or relative of Chinese citizen(s) or foreigner(s) with permanent residence status in China
(Q2)Family member or relative of Chinese citizen(s) or foreigner(s) with permanent residence status in China
(S1)Family member of foreigner(s) staying or residence in China or person who needs to come to China for personal matters
(S2)Family member of foreigner(s) staying or residence in China or person who needs to come to China for personal matters
(F) Exchanges, visits, study tours or other relevant activities
Submit the documents to us, and we will process the visa application for you
1) Submit in person at our office
Office address: Level 2, 15 Beach Road, Beach Centre, Singapore, 189677
Opening hours: 10am - 6pm, Monday to Friday (closed on weekends and public holidays)
Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact number: +65 8809 9312
2) Send documents by courier
Save your time, just mail us the documents to our office address.
We will check all the documents before we submit to the embassy to process the application, if some documents are missing or invalid, you need to submit again.
Attend the Visa Service Centre for fingerprinting (if required)
After we have received all the documents required to submit your visa application we will call you to schedule an appointment (at the moment, 20 days) to submit fingerprints at the China Visa Application Service Centre (80 Robinson Road, #16-01, (S) 068898) between 14-30 and 15.30.
Our service includes a standard appointment available on a first-come, first-serve basis.
Collect your passport
Service options provided by the Visa Centre (in the case of all the required documents are provided)
1. Regular service: The processing time is usually 4 working days.
2. Express service: The processing time is usually 3 working days.
3. Rush service: The processing time is usually 2 working days.
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FAQs about Visa to China
1. Who can apply at the Visa Centre?
You can submit the application yourself or authorize a third party to do so.
(1) The Visa Centre accepts visa applications from Singaporean citizens or citizens of other countries staying in Singapore with appropriate legal status. However, we cannot accept the application if you are not physically in Singapore when your application is being submitted.
If you are not currently in the country in which this centre is located, please apply from where you normally reside, or apply after you return to the country. Application acceptance is ONLY available to people lawfully residing in the country in which this Visa Centre is located.
(2)The Chinese Embassy and Consulates-General have their own jurisdictional areas formally known as consular districts. Only those who reside within a particular consular district of the Chinese Embassy in Singapore can apply through this Visa Centre. Please click here to check the service areas of this Visa Centre.
2. How far in advance should I submit my application?
You should make your application well in advance of the planned travel date. You are advised to apply ONE month in advance but no earlier than THREE months.
Visa processing time varies with location. Please click here for the processing time of this Visa Centre. However, you should be aware that actual processing time may be longer than that posted on the web site in certain circumstances. If there is such a delay, you will be notified by the Visa Centre staff.
3. Is an appointment required to submit the application?
To ensure a smooth operation and smooth out the flow of applicants over the working day, you need to make an appointment well in advance for submitting a visa application. Based on experience, the submission peak hours are between 10:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m., so please try to avoid this period if possible. The Visa Centre allots a certain number of appointments in each 30-minute timeslot. Upon arrival, either show a printout of the appointment information or e-mail or simply mention your name, and you will then be given a queue number on a first-come-first- served basis. This should guarantee a wait of only a few minutes. Visiting the Centre without an appointment is not allowed.
4. What should I do after arriving at the Visa Centre?
On the day of your visit to the Centre, please be punctual. Upon arrival, you will:
- Obtain a queue number for submitting your application; please wait for your number to be called
- Submit your application at the counter designated for handling the particular queue number
- Receive a pick-up form, which is a receipt showing the information of your application and expected date for collection
- Please CHECK all the particulars on the pick-up form; should you have any questions about the information printed on it, please contact the staff immediately. Always carefully retain the pick-up form as it must be shown when collecting your passport
5. Can I track the status of my application?
The Chinese Visa Application Service Centre provides a 24-hour online facility to track the status of your application.
6. Is the service fee the same for a child?
Yes. The visa processing procedure is the same for a child, who is an independent applicant or an accompanying applicant sharing the same passport with the principal applicant. Therefore, the child incurs the same amount of service fee.
7. Does a child need to fill out a visa application form as well?
As an independent applicant, the child needs to fill out a separate visa application form. However, if the child shares the same passport with a principal applicant, this is not required.
8. Can I extend the duration of stay of my visa in China?
You may apply for an extension of the “duration of stay” of your visa at a local public security authority before it expires, but without an assumption that the application will be automatically approved. Overstay violates the laws of China and will be punished.