Ahmad Yani Semarang International Airport   can be reached directly from Singapore, via Silk Air flight. There are also many daily direct domestic flights from larger international airports to LOP, such as Adi Sucipto International Airport Yogyakarta.


Tourist Visa or Short-visit Visa can be used to attend conferences in Indonesia. This visa can be obtain on arrival at Ahmad Yani Semarang International Airport (Central Java Island). Participants from other countries (not included on the list of the visa-on-arrival) can obtain visa for social cultural visit. Committee will provide assistance and paper-work to obtain the visa upon request.

Visa on Arrival can be obtained directly when you are landed at the airports or seaports in Indonesia. Visa on Arrival is given to a person who has come with holiday/leisure, business or social visit purposes in Indonesia. The maximum length of stay is 30 days and can be extended for another 30 days.

This visa will be issued at the airport/sea port when you enter Indonesia. You need to bring the following:

  • Passport – which has to be valid at least 6 months from planned entrance
  • Return ticket is compulsory
  • Visa fee (preferably in cash)
  • Tourist visit of maximum 30 days: USD 35.

‘Alien passport, Travel document and Temporary Passport‘ is not acceptable as a travelling document to Indonesia.

Nationals or passport holders of Brunei Darussalam, Cambodia, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, Philippines, Vietnam , Hong Kong SAR, Macau SAR, Chile, Morocco, Ecuador and Peru are given visa free entry facility for maximum of 30 days. The visa can be extended for another 30 days but cannot be transferred to another type of visa. All citizens from above mentioned countries have to enter Indonesia through a number of air ports and sea ports.

Citizens from 64 countries can obtain Visa on Arrival for tourist visits that are not exceeding 30 days. The following is the list of countries that can apply for Visa on Arrival in Indonesia.

  1. Algeria                                 22. Greece                           43. New Zealand
  2. Arab Emirate                     23. Hungary                         44. Oman
  3. Argentina                            24. Iceland                           45. Panama
  4. Australia                             25. India                               46. Poland
  5. Austria                                26. Ireland                           47. Portugal
  6. Bahrain                               27. Italy                                48. Qatar
  7. Belgium                              28. Tunisia                            49. Romania
  8. Brazil                                  29. Japan                               50. Russia
  9. Bulgaria                              30. Kuwait                             51. Saudi Arabia
  10. Cambodia                           31. Laos                                  52. Slovakia
  11. Canada                               32. Latvia                                53. Slovenia
  12. China                                  33. Libya                                 54. South Africa
  13. Cyprus                               34. Liechtenstein                    55. South Korea
  14. Czech Republic                 35. Lithuania                           56. Spain
  15. Denmark                           36. Luxembourg                     57. Suriname
  16. Egypt                                 37. Malidives                           58. Sweden
  17. Estonia                              38. Malta                                  59. Switzerland
  18. Fiji                                      39. Mexico                               60. Taiwan
  19. Finland                              40. Netherland                        61. United State of America
  20. France                               41. Monaco                               62. United Kingdom
  21. Germany                           42. Norway                              63. United Arab Emirate

All citizens from above mentioned countries have to enter Indonesia through a number of air ports and sea ports.


Central Java Island is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Indonesia. There are wide varieties of accommodation available for visitors, from low cost hotels to five stars hotels. Conference committee can provide assistance in choosing accommodation, and also booking service when necessary.

Low cost (budget) accommodation with air conditioned room is about USD 15-25 per day with single or twin beds.