Applies to International Travellers

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Every personal passenger goods, per person on every arrival, is granted import duties, excise, and taxes exemption of USD 500.00 on their personal goods (personal effect) that were purchased or obtained abroad and will remain in Indonesia.

Every personal crew goods, per person on every arrival, is granted import duties, excise, and taxes exemption of USD 50.00 on their personal goods (personal effect) that were purchased or obtained abroad and will remain in Indonesia.

For those who import goods for other purposes than personal use (e.g. the total amount of the goods are unusual for personal use or the goods are used for commercial purposes such as companies/store/institution/industry), are subject to import duties, excise, and taxes.

The following amount of excisable goods for personal use that were purchased or obtained abroad and will remain in Indonesia are exempted from import duties, excise, and taxes for every adult on every arrival :

1. Passenger
  a. 18 years old or above : 200 cigarettes, 25 cigars, or 100 grams of sliced tobacco or other tobacco products, and/ or
  b. 21 years old or above : 1 liter of alcoholic beverages, or
2. Crew : 40 cigarettes, 10 cigars, or 40 grams of sliced tobacco or other tobacco products, and/or 350 milliliter of alcoholic beverages

Upon the excess of the excisable goods will be destroyed.

You are required to notify the Customs Officer if you are bringing :

  • currency and/or bearer negotiable instrument (cheque, traveller cheque, promissory notes, or bilyet giro) in Rupiah or other currencies which equal to the amount 100 million Rupiah or more, or
  • foreign banknotes which equal to the amount of 1 billion Rupiah or more.

Should you have unaccompanied baggage, please duplicate this Customs Declaration and request an approval to Customs Officer for claiming the unaccompanied baggage.

To expedite the customs services, please notify the goods that you are bringing/carrying completely and correctly in this form, then submit it to Customs Officer.

Making a false declaration constitutes serious offences which attract penalties or punishment in accordance with laws and regulations.

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