Embassy of Indonesia in Manila, Philippines

  • Address185 Salcedo St. Legaspi Village, Makati City, Philippines, P.O. Box 1671 MCPO, Metro Manila, Philippines
  • CityMakati City
  • Email[email protected]
  • Fax(+63) 2 892-58-78 818-44-41
  • Phone(+63) 2 892-5061/68
  • Websitehttp://www.kbrimanila.org.ph

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    About Embassy of Indonesia in Manila, Philippines

    Indonesian Embassy in Makati City runs an inclusive range of consular services to local, Indonesian, and international citizens in Philippines.

    The Indonesian Embassy in Makati City supports Filipino citizens through its consular services, if they:
    • Need general or specific info regarding Indonesian economy, culture, sports, education and more
    • Need information regarding requirements and process of getting Indonesian Citizenship
    • Specific contacts and information in Indonesia
    • Want to apply and obtain Indonesian Visa

    Visa and Passport services

    Indonesian passport and visa from are issued only to citizens whose main residence is in Indonesia and Philippines.

    The process of issuing Indonesian Visa and Passport of Indonesia can take few weeks.

    *Please contact with Indonesian Embassy in Makati City if you have any question as regards of visa and passport matters.

    Indonesian representations in Philippines

    In addition to the Indonesian Embassy in Makati City, Indonesia also has 1 other representation in Philippines:

    Filipino representations in Indonesia

    Country of Philippines has 4 other representations in Indonesia:

    Indonesian representations worldwide

    Indonesian Embassy In Makati City represents one of 175 consular and diplomatic representations of Indonesia all over the world.

    Foreign representations in Philippines

    Indonesian Embassy In Makati City represents one of 122 foreign consular and diplomatic representations from around the world in Philippines.