VISAS FOR BALI
THIS IS A BASIC OVERVIEW OF VISA’s FOR ENTRY INTO BALI, INDONESIA. PLEASE REFER TO THE OFFICIAL GOVERNMENT SITES THAT ARE RECOMMENDED BY YOUR COUNTRY
We are not a travel agent and are not responsible for your entry into Indonesia so please ensure you conduct your own research to answer any questions we have not helped you with below. The information below is purely a guide and may change with out notice.
30 DAY VISA ON ARRIVAL
For most visitors to Bali and Indonesia, they will be issued with a Visa on Arrival (VOA) at the port of entry into the country.
The visa on arrival is valid for 30 days . The period of stay includes the day of arrival. Make sure you book your tickets for the correct duration, as there are penalties for overstaying your visa.
If you do plan on staying more than 30 days it might be more convenient to apply for a 60 day visa in advance from your country before leaving.
Your passport must be valid for at least 6 months on the date of entry into the country and you need to have an onward ticket.
The nationalities from the following countries are eligible for visa on arrival (VOA). If your country is not in the list you will need to apply for a visa at your nearest Indonesian consulate or embassy.
41 New Zealand
50 Saudi Arabia
53 South Africa
54 South Korea
59 Taiwan Territory
61 United Arab Emirates
62 United Kingdom
30 DAY VISA FREE STAY
People from the following countries are eligible for a 30 day visa free stay in Indonesia.
This visa cannot be extended.
1. Brunei Darussalam
3. Hong Kong SAR
4. Macao SAR
60 DAY TOURIST VISA
Contact the Indonesian Embassy in your country to find out if you are eligible. If so you will need to organise this before you leave.