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Consulate of Indonesia in Reykjavik

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Indonesian Diplomatic mission in Iceland. On this page you will find info on specific details such as consulate contact information, web presence, consular office hours and directions to the consulate. The consulate in Reykjavik is not the only diplomatic representation of Indonesia in Iceland. On this page you can also find all other Indonesian consulates located in Iceland.


Indonesian Consulate in Reykjavik, Iceland Legfrediskrifstofa Reykjavekur Borgarteni 25 101 Reykjavik Iceland


(+354) 515 7400


(+354) 515 7401





Mr Sveinn Andri Sveinsson - Consul

Office Hours:

Consulate Appointment

For an appointment at the Indonesian consulate in Iceland, please check in first instance the consulate website .

In the case that you are not able to arrange an appointment through the website you can contact the consulate in Reykjavik by telephone (+354) 515 7400 or email sveinnandri@icelaw.is

Visa and Passports

The consulate of Indonesia in Reykjavik can inform you about the scope of services they offer.

Always contact the Indonesian consulate before a visit since not every consulate in Iceland offers visa and/or passport services.

Travel Insurance for Iceland

A valid travel insurance is very important when you visit Iceland. Check for details on our Travel page

Opening Hours

Please note: Consulate opening hours can vary. Always contact the Consulate before a visit.

Indonesian Consulates in Iceland

The Indonesian Consulate in Reykjavik is not the only Indonesian consular office in the region. For your convenience we also listed below all other consulates of Indonesia located in Iceland. Keep in mind that a consulate can have more or less or different consular services. A Indonesian consulate can be found in the city of: Reykjavik

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