Thursday, October 11, 2018

Jakarta - Indonesia’s capital and the largest city, often excluded from travel itineraries as it is just one more huge and still growing Southeast Asian metropolis with terrible traffic, leftovers of colonial architecture and little places of interest.



Yogyakarta (Jogja) - the historical city in the central part of Java famous for the nearby Buddhist and Hindu temples Borobudur and Prambanan.


Borobudur Temple - the world's largest Buddhist temple built from 2 million stone blocks. This massive structure (118m x 118m) is built on a small hill in the form of a symmetrical stupa. More than 500 Buddha images can be seen in open chambers and latticed stupas on terraces of the temple.

Prambanan – the largest Hindu temple complex in Indonesia with the remains of 244 temples. The highlight of Prambanan is its 3 central temples - the largest and finest of the temples Candi Shiva Mahadeva (temple dedicated to Shiva) and twin temples Candi Brahma and Candi Vishnu.

Mount Bromo — a picturesque active volcano in East Java. With its 167 active volcanoes, Indonesia is among the most volcanically active countries in the world and Mount Bromo is the most popular volcano to visit in the country.

Bali — the most popular between tourists island of Indonesia which is a worldwide famous beach destination. Here you will find everything you need for a perfect tropical vacations...



Indonesian Visa
Citizens of 169 countries are allowed to stay in Indonesia for up to 30 days without a visa. Free entry is granted at most airports, seaports, and land border crossings. This type of Indonesian visa cannot be extended.

If you want to stay in Indonesia for more than 30 days, you need to get a Visa on Arrival or visa in advance from any Indonesian embassy or consulate. Visa on Arrival is issued for a stay of up to 30 days and costs 35 USD, but it can be extended once for an additional 30 days at an immigration office in Indonesia for a fee of 250,000 IDR.

Indonesian Single entry visa is valid for 60 days and can be acquired from any Indonesian embassy or consulate. Indonesian visa costs about 50–100 USD depending on the country and embassy. Normally, visa processing takes 3-4 working days.
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