Pradeep Guragain Pradeep was born and bred in Nepal and is a seasoned hiker and rider. With a passion for self-drive road trips, he will just head off at a moment’s notice for trips, either long or short. Scuba diving is another passion he loves to pursue. As for the future – “I dream of living in a farmhouse close to nature, and far from cities.”

Step by Step Guide to Obtain Indonesia Tourist Visa for Nepalese Citizens

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No visa is required for Nepal passport holders!

Nepali passport holders can enter Indonesia for a maximum of 30 days without a visa. Immigration officers at the point of entry will determine your approval and stamp your entry and exit.

Required Documents

  • Passport with a minimum of 6 months validity, with a minimum of one empty page.
  • Return ticket from Indonesia.
  • Proof of accommodating in Indonesia.
  • Money you are carrying (cash or card).

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) about Entry to Indonesia

  1. Do I need visa to enter Indonesia?

    No.

  2. Can I get entrance approval on arrival?

    Yes, you will get entry and exit stamp upon arrival and departure.

  3. How much does it cost to enter Indonesia?

    Free – there is no charge to enter Indonesia.

  4. What documents am I required to show?

    Onward ticket out of Indonesia and hotel bookings are required for entry.

  5. How long can I stay?

    You can stay up to 30 days.

  6. Can an immigration officer refuse me entry?

    Yes, but this is very rare. Have the correct documents ready.

  7. What questions will the immigration officer ask me?

    They can ask you how many times have you been to Indonesia, how many days are you staying, and are you travelling solo or in a group.

    They may also ask you to show your onward travel tickets and proof of your hotel booking.

Pradeep Guragain Pradeep was born and bred in Nepal and is a seasoned hiker and rider. With a passion for self-drive road trips, he will just head off at a moment’s notice for trips, either long or short. Scuba diving is another passion he loves to pursue. As for the future – “I dream of living in a farmhouse close to nature, and far from cities.”

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