If you like travelling, we’re sure that you understand really well that there are a lot of things that you have to prepare; clothes, food, hotel reservations, and many more. The preparation itself can take weeks or even months before the D-Day, especially if you’re planning to travel out of the country.
One thing that really bugs most people when preparing to travel to other countries is the visa application. Visa is a legal document issued by a country or territory to a foreigner, allowing a person to enter and leave that country or territory. The process to get a visa is sometimes time-consuming and exhausting. Moreover, there’s still a chance that your application will be denied – which means you have to cancel you vacation plan altogether. D’oh!
However, as Indonesian passport holders, there are some countries we can visit without the hassle of applying for a visa. Here are some countries with free visa entry or visa on arrival for Indonesian passport holders that you might want to consider putting on your bucket list for your next vacation:
All ASEAN countries allow Indonesian passport holders to enter their countries without visa. We can stay up to 30 days without visa. So why don’t you visit Singapore to see Merlion, or see the beauty of Angkor Wat in Cambodia for your next weekend getaway?
Nepal is famous for its Himalaya Mountain Range and Mount Everest. If you’re interested to hike the captivating peak, you can pack your hiking gear and visit the country right away because Indonesian citizens don’t need to apply for a visa to enter this country! We can get the visa on arrival at the airport and we can stay up to 90 days to enjoy the beautiful scenery of this country.
Do you like diving and snorkeling? Or do you enjoy sunbathing and walking around the beach shore more? Whatever your choice is, you can enjoy both in Fiji. The Republic of Fiji is a country in Oceania, the area of islands in South Pacific Ocean. Most countries in this area are famous for their pristine beaches, but the most famous one is Fiji. Indonesian citizens can enter this country without visa and can stay up to 90 days.
Morocco is located in North Africa. We can visit this country without visa and can stay up to 3 months there. That’s enough time to visit Casablanca, the port city famous for its fusion of French and African culture, go to Fez and see the oldest library in the world, or enjoy the city of Chefchaouen where all of the houses are painted in blue.
Have you ever heard of Petra? Petra is the ruins of an ancient city carved into the red mountain rock, and dated back to 2000 years ago. It is located in Jordan, a country in Western Asia, near Saudi Arabia. If you’re not interested to see the archeological site, you can go to the Dead Sea and enjoy floating on the water, or take a mud bath that is good for your skin. We can get the visa on arrival at the airport and stay here up to 90 days.
So, have you decided which country you want to visit for your next vacation?
Guru & Staff