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Indonesia’s overwhelming collection of islands are perfect for adventure, with its abundance of beaches, tropical rainforests and misty volcanoes. Add to that its blend of fascinating cultures and you have the perfect recipe for a dream travel experience.

 

When To Go
The Indonesian archipelago sees its peak tourist season during mid-June to mid-September and the holidays, especially New Years and Christmas. The monsoon rains are at their worst in January and February, with the May to October being generally dry and November to April as the wet months. The collection of tropical islands is largely considered to be a summer destination.

Where To Go
Bali has long been considered the jewel of Indonesia thanks to its beautiful beaches and elegant beaches. This is the destination of choice for most honeymooners.

Yogyakarta, the cultural capital of Indonesia, is the best if you are interested in exploring the magnificent Buddhist temple of Borobudur or the Hindu Prambanan temple. Java is famous for its natural attractions; the Gunung Merapi and Gunung Bromo, where travelers climb the summit to get a chance to experience the postcard-perfect sunrise views.

Here is how to get a visa for Indonesia from Pakistan:

Visa Type: Tourist, Single Entry for a maximum stay of 30 days.

Validity: 3 months

Processing Time: Typically 3 working days after submitting completed visa application.

Visa Fee: The visa fee should not exceed more than Rs. 4000-5000.

Required Documents for Online Visa Application:
         Complete visa application form through the embassy of the Republic of Indonesia.
         A passport sized picture of 3×4 dimensions for each application form. The file size should not exceed 100kb and is uploaded through the online visa application.
         Letter of invitation or guarantee letters during stay in Indonesia (If you’re a tourist, get hotel reservations and upload those)
         Copy of plane tickets and a valid passport with a minimum of 6 months validity.
         You’ll need a PDF Reader in order to print the application form and the embassy website recommends using Firefox to fill the online application. Make sure to submit the form at least 3 working days before departure, but it’s better to submit all your documents and your application a week in advance to give you breathing room. It is advised to submit two sets of documents of the visa application.

Once you have all your documents ready:
The embassy has consulates in Islamabad, Karachi and Lahore and you’ll have to apply directly, so head on over to the nearest office with your application packet (don’t forget to include two sets of documents as recommended by the embassy website!) and visa fee. Good luck!

Embassy Information:
Embassy of the Republic of Indonesia
Diplomatic Enclave I Street 5, Ramna G-5/4, Islamabad 44000, Pakistan (P.O.BOX 1019)
Phone (92-51) 283-2017 to 20, 288-0067 to 68
Fax: (92-51) 283-1010, 283-2013
Email: [email protected]
Website: http://islamabad.kemlu.go.id​

Consulate General of the Republic of Indonesia in Karachi
E/1-5 Sharah – E-Iran, Clifton, Karachi 75600, Pakistan
Phone: (92-21) 35874619
Fax: (92- 21) 35874483
Email: [email protected]
Website: http://www.kemlu.go.id/karachi​

Indonesian Honorary Consulate in Lahore, Pakistan
Gardee Building, Napier Road, Lahore 54000, Pakistan
Phone:  (+92) (42) 3723-8484
Fax: (+92) (42) 3722-0175
Email:

We would love to hear about your travel experiences in Indonesia, tell us all about them in the comment section below! We hope we see you guys there!
Happy travelling!

Sources
http://evisa.kbri-islamabad.go.id/
http://kemlu.go.id/karachi/en/kontak-kami.aspx
Online Visa Application Form: