When travelling to Indonesia as a citizen of Germany, you must meet the following terms and requirements concerning visa, immigration procedures or maximum duration of stay.
Passports and other documents accepted for entry must be valid for a minimum of 6 months from the arrival date.
Passengers with an emergency or a temporary passport.
for Nationals of Germany for a maximum stay of 30 days
This does not
apply when traveling for journalism visits. Visa Issuance: Visa required
for Nationals of Germany can obtain a visa on arrival for a maximum stay of 30 days
if passport contains at least one unused visa page and: [READ MORE]
This only applies when entering Indonesia via the following airports: Balikpapan (BPN), Banda Aceh (BTJ), Bandung (BDO), Batam (BTH), Denpasar-Bali (DPS), Jakarta (Halim Perdana Kusuma (HLP) and Soekarno-Hatta (CGK), Kupang (KOE), Lombok (LOP), Medan Kuala Namu (KNO), Makassar (UPG), Manado (MDC), Padang (PDG), Palembang (PLM), Pekan Baru (PKU), Pontianak (PNK), Semarang (SRG), Surabaya (SUB), Surakarta (Solo) (SOC) or Yogyakarta (JOG).
This does not apply to passengers with an emergency or a temporary passport.
Minors traveling together with nationals of Indonesia working overseas must [READ MORE]
! In accordance with European Union (EU) Legislation, all minors who are nationals of Germany will be expected to hold their own passport or National ID Card (where applicable) when departing from Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Romania or a Schengen Member State [READ MORE]
All children, even when included in their parent's passports, [READ MORE]
Passengers exceeding their permitted stay will be fined (Note: The day of arrival in Indonesia is counted as the first day of stay).
Extensions of stay are possible depending on the type of visa.
Visas must be used within 90 days after date of issuance.
The information provided does not claim general validity. Use it at your own risk. Data © IATA.