HOW GO TO LOMBOK, INDONESIA
Visitors to Indonesia require a passport that valid at least 6 months commencing the arrival at the port of entry to obtain visa. In case you need to travel separated with your children, we recommend you to have separate passports. You can apply visa at the nearest Indonesian Embassy or consulate in your country.
Tourist visa that valid for 30 days shall cost you at US$ 25 and US$ 10 for visa that valid for 3 days. Tourist visa is not extendable except in force major condition. If you want to stay longer than 30 days, you can exit to the nearest neighboring countries such as Singapore and East Timor to obtain new visa at the Indonesian Embassy or consulate.
Indonesian government has granted VOA (Visa on Arrival) to some countries. Those nationalities can obtain Indonesian visa upon arrival at the port of entries.
The list of countries granted to use the Visa On Arrival facilities:
People’s Republic of China
United Arab Emirates
United States of America
Free Visa on arrival
In exchange to free visa granted to Indonesians citizens, free visa has been granted to the following country's :
The Airport in Indonesia facilitate with Visa On Arrival:
Balik Papan, Kalimantan
Belawan, Medan, North Sumatra
Sibolga, North Sumatra
Teluk Bayur, Padang, West Sumatra
Upon arrival at the airport, visitors to Indonesia with Free Visa facility can immediately proceed to the immigration clearance counter. Passport must be valid for at least six months starting the date of arrival. Also, onward or return tickets must be shown to the authority at the airport.
Citizens of any other countries who might want to stay more than the normal tourist visa validity; 30 days, must also apply for an appropriate visa, cultural or business visit.
30 days visa validity is calculated commencing the arrival as the 1st day and the 30th day as the departure. So, visitors who stay over the 30th shall pay a fine of US $ 20 per person per day.
Domestic: Rp. 30.000/person
International: Rp. 100.000/person
Note: each airport has different tariffs
One adult is allowed to bring into Indonesia a maximum of:
1 liter of alcoholic beverages
50 cigars or 1000 grams of tobacco
Reasonable amount of perfume.
Photographic, video and filming equipment radios, typewriters, and cars are admitted provide they are recorded in your passport on entry and taken out of the country on departure.
Narcotic, firearm and ammunition, TV set, and Chinese medicine are strictly prohibited.
Fresh fruit, plants and animals must be passed the Quarantine Office