For any businessman, tourist, or student wishing to transact business or making consular enquiries about Indonesia, here are the detailed information about the locations, addresses, and all you need to know about the Indonesian embassy in Nigeria
The Republic of Indonesia maintains two missions in Nigeria :
1. ADDRESS OF INDONESIAN EMBASSY IN ABUJA NIGERIA
- NO. 4 Salt Lake Street,
Off Gana Street
- Telephone numbers: +234 9 461 3252
+234 9 413 8625
- Fax numbers: +234 9 4613253
+234 9 413 8626
- The email address of the Indonesian embassy in Abuja is email@example.com
You can contact the Embassy through their website: www.kemlu.go.id/abuja/
2. ADDRESS OF INDONESIA EMBASSY IN LAGOS NIGERIA
- NO. 5 Anifowoshe Street,
- Telephone numbers: +234 1 261 4601
+234 1 261 3405
- Fax numbers: +234 1 261 3301
+234 1 261 3963
- Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Indonesian embassy in Lagos website address: www.indonesianig.com
Opening hours: 10.00 a.m. to 4.00 p.m
TYPES OF VISA YOU CAN GET AT THE INDONESIAN EMBASSY IN NIGERIA
- Limited stay period visa up to six months
- Limited stay period visa up to 12 months
- Limited stay period visa up to 24 months
- Re-entry permit visa
- Transit visa
- Official visa
- Diplomatic visa
- Single and multiple visas
VISITING THE MULTIPLE ISLANDS OF INDONESIA
The southeast Asian nation of Indonesia pride itself as the largest island in the world. The Republic of Indonesia is a beautiful place to visit, with a very good tropical climate and historical sites.
Visiting the countryside and experience how Indonesian people turn millions of hectares of empty land into oil palm plantations, in a record of time. Beautifying the environment and becoming by far, the world’s largest producer and exporter of palm oil.
Indonesia has become a reference point to any nation of the world and tropical Africa has many things to learn and gain by visiting the Republic of Indonesia.
THE CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC
Before anyone embarks on travelling to Indonesia nowadays, you need to make serious enquiries about the situation of the coronavirus pandemic in the country. Indonesia is currently experiencing the third wave of COVID-19, the country is battling the pandemic and it is a serious problem, therefore you have to know the area you’re going if you must travel to Indonesia. Equally, it is important to do all the necessary vaccinations and tests and equip yourself with the proof of vaccinations before departure.
When you’re in the country ensure you move around with all your travelling documents and endeavour to use the face marks always. These measures will not only safeguard you health-wise but disallowed you from hash treatments from hostile Immigration officials in Indonesia.
Do not say I did not warn you
For more information on Indonesia, you can contact this website.