If you are looking to stay longer than just a few weeks holiday, in order to find business opportunities, exporting opportunities, language studies and cultural exchanges and so on, you could apply for a social cultural visa from your home country. The visa is known as “Visa Sosial Budaya” and you will have to give yourself at least 3 working days before your visa can be approved. If approved, you will receive a visa for 60 days that can be extended every month up to 6 months.
Find the consulate or embassy of Indonesia in your own home country and see if they can issue a social cultural visa. People usually have a hard time finding one through the internet because they would type the wrong keyword into the search engine. You would naturally type “Indonesian embassy in (your city)” but the correct keyword would be “KBRI in (your city). KBRI stands for Kedutaan Besar Republik Indonesia which is the Indonesian term for Indonesian embassy.
The application fee would be $45 and it will take about 3 working days to get approval. However, if you are in a hurry or your budget is tight, you can easily just fly to Singapore and apply there. With the help of Mr. Gan in Singapore (+6596158622) you will be able to get your visa in 1 day. You will need to have a sponsor (who can be a friend or a family or a company) and your sponsor will have to write a sponsorship letter that states you have been invited by them, and your stay and expenses will be their responsibilities. Ask your sponsor to give you a copy of their National ID card (KTP) or their passport.
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