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  1. #1443

    Onward ticket

    Quote Originally Posted by Geriatno  [View Original Post]
    Hi all:

    I am a US citizen and will be heading to Jakarta in a couple of weeks and will be taking advantage of the Visa on Arrival process, which I have used before on many occasions.

    This time, however, I don't really have an exit plan. I may head to Philippines if my DIA contacts are weak. So I don't want to purchase the outbound portion of my air ticket yet.

    Does anyone have experience getting VoA at CGK without a return / exit ticket?

    Do they actually check the PNR when you give them an itinerary?

    Thanks, much appreciated!
    To Gertiatno.

    I am also a US citizen been going to Indoensia for business every yr for over 20 yrs, they do check onward ticket on arrival but not all the time and visa rule also change a lot also and about 6 yrs ago trying to board a cathay pacific flight from HK to Jakrata without a onward ticket I was refuse to be board so I need to purchase a ticket at the airport and cancel the ticket at the Cathay pacific office at the airport at Jakrata so play it safe have a onward ticket and Manila and HMC Vietnam is the other city that check onward tickets, right now voa for US citizen is free of charge for 30 days but this can change without any notice.

    Fast Eddie 48.

  2. #1442

    Motorcycles

    Are there any ISG residents in Jakarta who have a MOGE (Ducati or similar) and need an excuse get out to ride or to combine two of lifes better pleasures. Feel free to PM.

  3. #1441
    Quote Originally Posted by Geriatno  [View Original Post]
    Hi all:

    I am a US citizen and will be heading to Jakarta in a couple of weeks and will be taking advantage of the Visa on Arrival process, which I have used before on many occasions.

    This time, however, I don't really have an exit plan. I may head to Philippines if my DIA contacts are weak. So I don't want to purchase the outbound portion of my air ticket yet.

    Does anyone have experience getting VoA at CGK without a return / exit ticket?

    Do they actually check the PNR when you give them an itinerary


    Thanks, much appreciated!
    This is how you deal with this:

    First, if the airline won't check you in, and this varies from country to country. Singapore is usually good. Australia 50/50, Phils no chance. So long as you have internet you just go to skyscanner and buy a $40 one way CGK to SIN Or KLI show it tothe check in staff and then throw it away. Sometimes just tell the check in staff this is what you are going to do and they will relent and give you a boarding pass.

    In 50 plus entries to Indo via Bali and CGK I have been asked once for a return ticket, and I told him I would organise it with my ipad and come back and then went away and back to another counter and straight through without organising anything.

    Last trick is if you frequently exit Indo on Garuda one way tickets, save them as pdf's. Garuda print date and month on their e -ticket but the year is buried in the fine print so you just print off an old garuda e-ticket for sometime in the month following and give it to the check in. Unless they search the actual ticket number they are none the wiser. If they do and catch you out. Refer to step one.

    Hope that helps.

    OS.
    Last edited by Offshore Swell; 08-25-17 at 15:48. Reason: Additional

  4. #1440
    Quote Originally Posted by Goferring  [View Original Post]
    A couple of things:

    Will your airline let you on the plane at your departure point (presumably in the US) without the onward ticket? Some do check and will not issue a boarding pass if you do not.
    The airlines will see that the passenger doesn't have an onwards visa with them so they may ask. If they don't then they will probably not let them board since if they are refused entry it is the airlines responsibility to fly them back.

    It's not really worth the risk, better to just have your tickets sorted out and change them latr. If I'm travelling through SEA I usually would just get a return ticket to Singapore and then by the shorter flights from there since from Singapore it's easy to go elsewhere.

  5. #1439
    Quote Originally Posted by Geriatno  [View Original Post]
    Hi all:

    I am a US citizen and will be heading to Jakarta in a couple of weeks and will be taking advantage of the Visa on Arrival process, which I have used before on many occasions.

    This time, however, I don't really have an exit plan. I may head to Philippines if my DIA contacts are weak. So I don't want to purchase the outbound portion of my air ticket yet.

    Does anyone have experience getting VoA at CGK without a return / exit ticket?

    Do they actually check the PNR when you give them an itinerary?

    Thanks, much appreciated!
    A couple of things:

    Will your airline let you on the plane at your departure point (presumably in the US) without the onward ticket? Some do check and will not issue a boarding pass if you do not.

    Yes you are eligible for visa exemption but you will still pass through immigration and get a stamp in your passport. If the agent is having a bad hair day he may ask for the onward ticket. It has happened to me but only rarely. Act as if you know what you are doing and present a Google Calendar note with a fictitious entry for an outbound flight complete with booking code and say it is an e-ticket. Works for me but others have been forced to buy a full price out bound ticket to SIN or KUL.

    Note that exempt visas cannot be extended. If you may be staying longer you need to volunteer for the paid visa.

  6. #1438
    Quote Originally Posted by Geriatno  [View Original Post]
    Hi all:

    I am a US citizen and will be heading to Jakarta in a couple of weeks and will be taking advantage of the Visa on Arrival process, which I have used before on many occasions.

    This time, however, I don't really have an exit plan. I may head to Philippines if my DIA contacts are weak. So I don't want to purchase the outbound portion of my air ticket yet.

    Does anyone have experience getting VoA at CGK without a return / exit ticket?

    Do they actually check the PNR when you give them an itinerary?

    Thanks, much appreciated!
    US citizens don't need a visa for Indonesia.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Visa_policy_of_Indonesia

  7. #1437

    Exit Ticket to Get Visa on Arrival?

    Hi all:

    I am a US citizen and will be heading to Jakarta in a couple of weeks and will be taking advantage of the Visa on Arrival process, which I have used before on many occasions.

    This time, however, I don't really have an exit plan. I may head to Philippines if my DIA contacts are weak. So I don't want to purchase the outbound portion of my air ticket yet.

    Does anyone have experience getting VoA at CGK without a return / exit ticket?

    Do they actually check the PNR when you give them an itinerary?

    Thanks, much appreciated!

  8. #1436
    Quote Originally Posted by Manny51  [View Original Post]
    Hi guys!
    Choosing between Greece and Indonesia. Punting available at both.

    How is the punting overall in Indonesia?
    Probably better than Greece.

  9. #1435

    Indonesia as a vacation choice?

    Hi guys!

    Quick question. Got some vacation time coming up in Sept. Trying to figure out where to go. Choosing between Greece and Indonesia. Punting available at both.

    How is the punting overall in Indonesia? Is it only in Jakarta, or is it available everywhere? Have been to most of the other countries in SE Asia before.

    Thanks in advance!

  10. #1434
    Quote Originally Posted by Smoothy  [View Original Post]
    If you are Donald Trump, you can grab them by the pussy. But most of us will either shake their hand or give them a simple harmless hug Hello, at most.
    Brilliant!

  11. #1433
    Quote Originally Posted by Smoothy
    If you are Donald Trump, you can grab them by the pussy. But most of us will either shake their hand or give them a simple harmless hug Hello, at most.
    Thank you!

  12. #1432
    Quote Originally Posted by RyoSaeba  [View Original Post]
    So my question is: in order to present yourself as friendly yet proper, what's the best way to greet a "regular" Indonesian girl who you're meeting for the first time in a public place?
    Kiss on the cheek, handshake, respectful distance, somersaults?
    If you are Donald Trump, you can grab them by the pussy. But most of us will either shake their hand or give them a simple harmless hug Hello, at most.

  13. #1431

    Nice to meet you?

    Hello Indonesian experts,
    I'll be visiting Bali again next week after a long long time, and in the process of setting myself up with the chance to get to know Indo/Balinese culture better, I struck a few Tinder dates with girls who are not prostitutes (at least according to my p4p-sense and/or what they say about themselves).

    So my question is: in order to present yourself as friendly yet proper, what's the best way to greet a "regular" Indonesian girl who you're meeting for the first time in a public place?
    Kiss on the cheek, handshake, respectful distance, somersaults?

    If it matters, I'm a younger looking 39 years old and they're in the 24 to 32 age range.

    You can count on me posting a full report of my experiences,
    thank you,
    Ryo.

  14. #1430

    Telkomel App

    Not sure if this will help the OP, but Telkomei has a pretty good app that will allow you to manage everything from offshore. You need to be in country to activate the app, but once that's done you can add credit with a credit card, buy internet package, buy SMS package, Phone package. You can obviously check your balance etc.

    Works great. I generally confirm my internet balance is still active, if not buy a package, buy an SMS package and talk package just before boarding my inbound flight. This way I can put the SIM card in and even before the plane has finished its taxi at the Jakarta airport I'm texting my girls and downloading emails.

    It pisses me off that I can't buy a multi-day SMS package, they all seem to expire at midnight. Then if I send a couple without the package, it costs a ridiculous amount. Any solution to that?

    Quote Originally Posted by LAGuy5  [View Original Post]
    I use Telkomsel as my phone carrier in Indonesia and one way to extend the validity of my number is to top up the credit. I would guess adding 100,000 rupiah to your account would get you through July at least although that probably depends on which carrier you use and which phone package.

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    Good luck and let us know if you get this worked out.

  15. #1429
    Quote Originally Posted by Kodja  [View Original Post]
    I am visiting Jakarta in two months and have a SIM card I bought in Bali in March. It has credit on it now but how can I keep it active for when I arrive in July? I want to step off the plane and start calling straight away. Any help appreciated.
    I use Telkomsel as my phone carrier in Indonesia and one way to extend the validity of my number is to top up the credit. I would guess adding 100,000 rupiah to your account would get you through July at least although that probably depends on which carrier you use and which phone package.

    If I'm outside of Indonesia, I sometimes have a friend add the time, which can be done using a mobile phone and the phone number of the phone to be topped up. On the other hand, a google search yielded this company which seems to provide an alternate method of topping up, although I can't vouch for their services as I have never used them. https://teleponindonesia.com/buy/mob...or%20Telkomsel.

    Good luck and let us know if you get this worked out.

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