Americans Can Now Travel To Indonesia Visa Free

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    Bali is one of my favorite places in the world, and I visit as often as I can. Indonesia has long required most visitors to get visas, though fortunately they're largely issued on arrival. I far prefer that to having to visit a consulate or mail in my passport. And in reality it's just a way for them to generate revenue, since you would pay them $35, and they would put a sticker in your passport, so it hardly adds to security. The visa on arrival requirement was never something which prevented me from traveling to Indonesia, though I always did feel a bit annoyed paying $35 on arrival, when I was just coming to the country to spend money anyway. Anyway, the good news is that as of June 9, 2015, under certain circumstances 45 nationalities no longer need visas when visiting Indonesia. The post Americans Can Now Travel To Indonesia Visa Free appeared first on One Mile at a Time.

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