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Indonesian Art: www.asia-art.net

News on Indonesia:

Indonesia News Agency
http://www.antaranews.net/
Kompas - Indonesia

Website: http://www.kompas.com

Bisnis - Indonesia
Website: http://www.bisnis.com

Jakarta Post
Website: http://www.thejakartapost.com

Other Asia New Sources:

Economist.com
World Trade Magazine
Far Eastern Economic Review
Reuters
Financial Times
Asia Observer
Asia Times
Asia Business Watch
Business Guideline



 
Insight Indonesia

>Visa

Nationals of 21 countries, including Australia, the US and some European countries, are able to obtain a visa on arrival in Indonesia.  There are 8 countries, mostly in southeast Asia, do not need visas. All other nationals will need to obtain a visa before arrival.

Visas on arrival can only be obtained at designated international airports and seaports and Indonesia requires at least 6 months validity remaining on passports for visitors entering the country.

Two visa types are
- visa on arrival:  a three day short-stay visa
- 30 day visa

Please also check with Indonesian Embassy in the U.S. for most current visa requirement: http://www.embassyofindonesia.org/


>Places to Visit:

Bali, Java, Lombok Sumatra


>Climate:
tropical; hot, humid; more moderate in highlands


>Vacinations

Information on required inoculations for Asian countries, click here

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