Best Places Indonesians Can Travel Without A Visa

Indonesia is a beautiful island nation in the Pacific Ocean. It is a Southeast Asian country known for its beaches, paddy rice fields, and Insta-worthy food and scenery. Indonesia passport has visa-free access to 56 countries around the world. It is the 72nd strongest passport in the world.

Are you an Indonesian looking forward to making an international trip? You are looking forward to experiencing something that you wouldn’t in your home country.

Well, we’ve made a list of the best places you can travel without a visa:

1. Armenia

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Armenia is a beautiful country in the mountainous Caucasus region between Europe and Asia. It is one of the first places of Christian civilization.

The country has an overflowing bucket of natural beauty, history, and wildlife. When in Armenia, definitely try its national food – mante, gata, and khorovats. Some of the places to visit in the country are Lake Sevan, Temple of Garni, Khor Virap, and Geghard. Armenia offers a 120-day visa on arrival to Indonesian citizens.

2. Japan

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Another island nation in the Pacific Ocean, Japan, is a perfect blend of history and modern technology. It has some of the best gardens in the world. Foods to try in Japan other than sushi are tempura, unagi, and tonkatsu.

In Japan, visit Mount Fuji, Tokyo DisneySea, Himeji Castle, Tokyo Imperial Palace, Shinjuku Gyoen, and Historic Villages of Shirakawa-gō and Gokayama. Japan offers a 15-day free visa to Indonesian citizens.

3. Tanzania

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This East African country is known for its wilderness. It is populated by the ‘big five’ – elephants, leopards, lions, buffalo, and rhino. If you love wildlife and are looking for an unconventional adventure-filled vacation, definitely visit Tanzania.

Some of the places to visit are Ngorongoro Conservation Area, Mount Kilimanjaro, and Lake Manyara National Park. Tanzania offers a 30-day visa on arrival for Indonesian citizens.

Well, now you know your options. So get going.

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