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Indonesia Electronic Customs Form: How to Apply?
4 min read
Updated on May 28, 2024

As you prepare for your trip to Indonesia, there’s a form that you need to complete, whether you need a visa or not.

The Indonesia Electronic Customs Form is an electronic document that is part of the customs process for visitors to Indonesia. You have the option of filling it out before starting your journey or once you’re at the airport.

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We’ll help you understand the purpose of the form and the application process. Our goal is to provide you with all the important information you need to handle this requirement easily. Let's get started.

Understanding the Indonesia Electronic Customs Declaration Form

The Indonesia Electronic Customs Form, officially known as the Electronic Customs Declaration (e-CD) or BC 2.2 form, is a digital form that all travelers must complete before entering Indonesia.

This form is used to streamline the customs and immigration process by allowing travelers to declare goods electronically before arrival in Indonesia and helps to ensure that visitors comply with local laws about what can be brought into the country.

Who is required to fill out the Indonesia Electronic Customs Declaration?

All individuals traveling to Indonesia, including Indonesian citizens and residents, are required to complete the e-CD form. This includes both foreign and local travelers entering the country through any of the major airports or other entry points.

When to fill out the Electronic Customs Declaration for Indonesia before your trip

You can fill out this form as early as four days before you arrive in Indonesia. Completing it ahead of time is a smart move as it speeds up your entry into the country.

What to include in your Indonesia Electronic Customs Form

Filling out the e-CD form involves providing some basic personal and travel information, along with details about any items you're bringing into Indonesia. Here’s what you’ll need to include:

  • Personal and passport information.

  • Your travel itinerary, including flight number and arrival point.

  • Detailed information about your accompanied and unaccompanied baggage.

  • A list of items in your luggage, especially those that might be restricted or need to be declared according to customs laws.

  • Registration of IMEI numbers for electronic devices you’re bringing into the country.

After submitting your form, you’ll receive a QR code, which customs officials will scan upon arrival. Depending on the declared items, you will be directed through either the Red channel (for items to declare) or the Green channel (for no declared items)​.

How to fill out the Indonesia Electronic Customs Declaration

It’s important to fill out this form honestly and correctly to avoid penalties or confiscation of your goods. For an up-to-date list of the items that are allowed and restricted/prohibited, please visit the Directorate General of Customs and Excise website.

Step 1: Visit the official portal for the Indonesia Electronic Customs Declaration, which is the Direktorat Jenderal Bea dan Cukai website.

Step 2: Information of passenger: Fill out your personal and travel information, including your country of origin, the place and date of arrival in Indonesia, and flight number. Click “Next” when you’re done.

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Step 3: Additional data: Declare both accompanied and unaccompanied baggage, specifying numbers. If you’re traveling with family members, you’ll need to provide the details of each person. Click “Next” when you’re done.

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Step 4: Importing goods/Items brought: This page is about declaring the items you’re bringing into Indonesia. Select “yes” or “no” for each listed item. Click “Next” when you’re done.

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Step 5: IMEI Registration: Provide IMEI details for all the electronic devices that you’re bringing into the country. If you plan on spending less than 90 days in Indonesia, you don’t have to register your devices. Click “Next” when you’re done.

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Step 6: Declaration: Confirm that the information you’ve provided is accurate by ticking the box. Click “Next” when you’re done.

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Step 7: Confirmation: Once you’ve completed the form, you will receive a QR Code, which you can either print out or download to your mobile device.

Indonesia customs declaration confirmation

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