Visa-free travel for Indonesian citizens with a UK visa or UK resident, Canada, USA, or Schengen visa.

Visa-free travel for Indonesian citizens

Last updated May 2024,

Indonesian citizens holding visas or residency permits from the UK, Canada, USA, or Schengen Area countries enjoy visa-free travel to various destinations. This privilege grants them seamless access to numerous countries, facilitating travel and exploration across borders.

24 countries you can visit with a UK visa or residency on an Indonesian passport.

Indonesian passport holders with UK visas or residency permits can explore 24 countries without needing additional visas. This opens up exciting travel opportunities across diverse destinations, making international adventures more accessible and enjoyable.

  • Albania: 90 days
  • Anguilla: 90 days
  • Aruba: 30 days
  • Bahamas: 30 days
  • Belarus: 30 days
  • Bermuda: 30 days
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina: 30 days
  • British Virgin Islands: 180 days
  • Cayman Islands: 30 days
  • Costa Rica: 30 days
  • Curacao: 30 days
  • Dominican Republic: 90 days
  • Georgia: 90 days
  • Ireland: 90 days
  • Jamaica: 30 days
  • North Macedonia: 15 days
  • Moldova: 90 days
  • Mexico: 180 days
  • Montenegro: 30 days
  • Panama: 30 days
  • Peru: 180 days
  • Philippines: 14 days
  • Serbia: 90 days
  • Sint Maarten: 30 days

21 countries you can visit with a Canada visa on an Indonesian passport.

Indonesian passport holders with Canada visas or residency permits have access to 21 countries without the hassle of obtaining additional visas. This privilege enables them to embark on enriching journeys across various destinations, experiencing diverse cultures and landscapes.

  • Anguilla: 90 days
  • Antigua and Barbuda: 30 days
  • Armenia: 21 or 120 days
  • Belize: 30 days
  • Bermuda: 30 days
  • British Virgin Islands: 180 days
  • Canada: No limit
  • Costa Rica: 30 days
  • Dominican Republic: 30 days
  • Georgia: 90 days
  • Japan: 90 days
  • Mexico: Varies depending on the itinerary
  • Montenegro: 30 days
  • Morocco: 30 days
  • North Macedonia: 15 days
  • Panama: 30 days
  • Qatar: 30 days
  • South Korea: 30 days
  • Taiwan: 14 days
  • Turks and Caicos Islands: 30 days
  • United Kingdom: 24 hours

31 countries you can visit with a US visa on an Indonesian passport.

Here is a list of countries that Indonesians can visit with a US visa:

  • Albania: 90 days
  • Anguilla (British Territory): 90 days
  • Antigua and Barbuda: 30 days
  • Argentina: 90 days
  • Armenia: 21 or 120 days
  • Bahrain: 14 days or 30 days
  • Belize: 30 days
  • Bermuda: 30 days
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina: 30 days
  • British Virgin Islands: 180 days
  • Canada: varies
  • Costa Rica: 30 days
  • Dominican Republic: 30 days
  • Egypt: 30 days
  • Georgia: 90 days
  • Guam (US territory)
  • Japan: 90 days
  • Mexico: varies
  • Montenegro: 30 days
  • Morocco: 3 days
  • North Macedonia: 15 days
  • Northern Mariana Islands (US territory)
  • Panama: 30 days
  • Puerto Rico
  • Qatar: 30 days
  • Saudi Arabia: 90 days
  • Serbia: 90 days
  • South Korea: 30 days
  • Turks and Caicos (British Territory): 30 days
  • United Kingdom: 24 hours
  • US Virgin Islands

34 Non-Schengen countries you can visit with a Schengen visa on an Indonesia passport

  • Mexico: 180 days
  • Belize: 30 days
  • Costa Rica: 30 days
  • Panama: 30 days
  • Antigua and Barbuda: 30 days
  • Aruba: 30 days
  • Bonaire (Dutch Territory): 90 days
  • Curaçao: 90 days
  • Dominican Republic: 30 days
  • Sint Maarten: 90 days
  • Albania: 90 days
  • Andorra: 90 days
  • Armenia: 21 or 120 days
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina: 30 days
  • Bulgaria: 90 days
  • Cyprus: 90 days
  • Georgia: 90 days
  • Kosovo: 15 days
  • Monaco: 90 days
  • Montenegro: 30 days
  • North Macedonia: 15 days
  • Romania: 90 days
  • San Marino: 30 days
  • Serbia: 90 days
  • United Kingdom: 24 hours
  • Vatican City: 1 day
  • Bahrain: 14 or 30 days
  • Qatar: 30 days
  • Saudi Arabia: 90 days
  • Egypt: 30 days
  • Morocco: 30 days
  • South Korea: 30 days
  • Taiwan: 14 days
  • Thailand: 60 days

Disclaimer: Although this information was last updated in May 2024, Please note that visa regulations and entry requirements may change, so verifying with the respective embassies or consulates before planning your trip is essential. Additionally, some countries may have specific conditions or restrictions for entry, even if you hold a UK visa or residency permit.

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