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ianj68
post Oct 29 2009, 01:13 PM
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hyper.gif Hello everyone,

I am travelling through Vietnam, Cambodia, Lao, Thailand Malaysia, Singapore on route to Indonesia. I want to get a 60 day visa, but this only lasts for 90 days after issue? I will have been away 5-6 months before I get to Indonsia, so this will not work?

My question is to those of you that have been to Indonesia, is it easy to exit after 30days and reenter? as I really want to saty in indonesia for at leat 2 months?

If you have anu other suggestions that would be great.

Thanks

Ian
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post Oct 29 2009, 04:02 PM
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Could you get the 60 day visa in Singapore before you get to Indonesia?


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post Oct 29 2009, 04:50 PM
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They issue visa on arrival there too, but you have to have proof of onward travel from what I've read. Depending on your country you could probably either get a longer visa at arrival or apply for an extension once you are there. But the easiest way would be to go to a consulate somewhere along the way.


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post Nov 29 2009, 10:43 AM
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Yes, it is easy to exit and reenter Indonesia for extending your visa. My husband just did that last August. We went out to kuala lumpur for 2 days, and reentered. The only hassle is a long line for getting visa on arrival at the airport.
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QUOTE(ianj68 @ Oct 29 2009, 01:13 PM) *

hyper.gif Hello everyone,

I am travelling through Vietnam, Cambodia, Lao, Thailand Malaysia, Singapore on route to Indonesia. I want to get a 60 day visa, but this only lasts for 90 days after issue? I will have been away 5-6 months before I get to Indonsia, so this will not work?

My question is to those of you that have been to Indonesia, is it easy to exit after 30days and reenter? as I really want to saty in indonesia for at leat 2 months?

If you have anu other suggestions that would be great.

Thanks

Ian


Visa on arrival in Jakarta and extend it there the next day. V easy, don't need all the onward stuff/proof of money etc. Just a crisp $20 bill. Otherwise yeah, visa run is fine.
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post Jan 19 2010, 01:22 PM
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thanks everyone for your responses, i will leave and reenter after a couple days somewhere else. thanks again Ian
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