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More Ports Added for Visa on Arrival

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

(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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