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More Ports Added for Visa on Arrival

14 New Air and Sea Ports Will Now Issue Visas on Arrival.


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(3/8/2004)

Bowing to pressure and harsh criticism from tourism operators, the Government has added 14 additional sea and air ports to the list of international gateways able to grant visas-on arrival to the citizens of 21 selected countries and territories. The new ports announced in a decision by the Minister of Justice and Human Rights on February 17, 2004, brings to 29 the ports designated as gateways able to process the new pay-on-arrival visas.

New Airports

The airports added to the list are:

• Halim Perdana Kusuma in Jakarta
• Adisucipto in Yogyakarta
• Adisumarmo in Solo
• Selaparang in Mataram, Lombok
• Sepinggan in Balikpapan, Kalimantan
• Hasanudddin in Makasar, Sulawesi
• Eltari in Kupang, Timor
The airports already enjoying the visa-on-arrival facility are:
• Medan
• Pekanbaru
• Padang
• Jakarta
• Surabaya
• Bali
• Manado
New Sea Ports

The additional seaports now eligible to grant visas on arrival are:
• Teluk Bayar in Padang, Sumatra
• Bitung
• Tanjung Balaikarimun
• Tanjung Mas in Semarang
• Tenau in Kupang
• Pare Pare in Sulawesi
• Soekarno-Hatta in Makassar, Sualwesi
The Seaports already granting the visa facility are:
• Batam
• Tanjung Uban in Bintan
• Belawan in Medan, Sumatra
• Sibolga in Sumatra
• Dumai
• Padang Bai in Bali
• Jayapura in Papua



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