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You may bring a maximum of 200 cigarettes, 50 cigars or 100 grams of tobacco and a reasonable amount of perfume per adult. One litre of alcoholic beverage may be brought in per person 18 years of age or over. Personal goods up to a value of USD 250.- per passenger or USD 1,000.- per family may be brought into the country.
Any person bringing cash into or taking cash out of the country
in the amount of Rp.100,000,000.00 (one hundred million rupiah) or
more, or other currency in equivalent amount, must declare same to Customs.
Indonesian law forbids visitors from bringing weapons, illegal drugs or pornography into the country. Penalties can be severe and include death for weapons or drugs. Alcohol in excess of 1 litre per person 18 years or over is also forbidden to be imported.
Electronic goods and photographic equipment must be declared to Customs upon entry and must be re-exported.
Visitors must surrender a signed customs declaration in order to clear customs inspection upon arrival.
The export of certain products, such as tortoise shell, crocodile skin, and ivory is prohibited. Permits are generally required to export live animals.