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Visa Information

A tourist visa for Bali is valid for a stay of up to 60 days. In addition to the usual passport and application forms, the application for the tourist visa requires proof of a roundtrip itinerary, plus proof of sufficient funding (e.g. bank statement or retirement fund) or proof of enrollment at a university or school in your home country.
 
Visa exemption - Visiting Bali, Indonesia
Citizens from the following countries are given Short Term Visitor Visas for purposes of holiday, exhibition, tourism, business, and social-culture and valid for 30 (thirty) days. This Visa could not be converted, extended or used to obtain other immigration permits:
 
Allowed for: tourism, business, government, social cultural visa

* Brunei                      * Laos                         * Peru

* Cambodia               * Macao SAR             * Philippines

* Chile 8                     * Malaysia                   * Singapore

* Ecuador                   * Morocco                   * Vietnam

* Hong Kong SAR    * Myanmar                  * Thailand

 
The official entry requirements for the issuance of a visa-free short visit permit: 
1. Passport must be from one of the eleven countries listed above.
2. Passport must be valid for a minimum of 6 (six) months from the date of entry into Indonesia
3. Onward or return tickets are compulsory
4. Visitors must enter and exit through the airports or seaports or border crossing post officially approved as an “International Gateway” by the Indonesian Immigration department.
 
List of countries for Visa Exemption for tourism purposes only is available here.
 
If you arrive on Bali from abroad with a FREE STAMP entry, please note that this is not a Visa On arrival and therefore CANNOT be extended. You will have to leave after 30 days. If you intend to stay longer you can – also if you are not obliged to – still get a Visa on Arrival and pay for it. Because, this Visa CAN be extended once within 30 days for another 30 days, (at the immigration office at the airport or you use the service of one of the many visa agents)
 
Visa on Arrival, VoA, for Bali and Indonesia
Following nationality are eligible for Visa on Arrival, Costs : US$ 35
30 days, extendable at the immigration office for another 30days.
 
* Libya
 
Key Facts on Immigration and Visa on Arrival for Bali and Indonesia
Visa exemption for almost 90 countries
Free entry only 30 days, cannot be extended
Visitors on Visa-Free Short Visits must be enter and exit from certain airports and seaports in Indonesia. 
Visitors from all other visa exempt countries can enter Indonesia without a visa for tourism purposes only and must enter or exit through one of the following ports of entry.
 
1. Hang Nadim Airport
2. Juanda International Airport
3. Kualanamu International Airport
4. Ngurah Rai International Airport
5. Soekarno–Hatta International Airport
       
Visa on Arrival (VoA) for Libya (30 days)
Only Visa on Arrival can be extended on Bali once (at Immigration office)
Many Visa Agents can help
Day of arrival counts as day one
Day of departure counts as full day
VoA US$ 35 per person
To pay VoA, queue at the counter before immigration
Passport must be always valid for minimum of 6 months
Keep a page on passport empty for stamp or visa sticker!
 
If you have a passport from a country that is not listed above then you have to apply for a visa abroad - in one of the Indonesian embassies or consulates. Visas are issued to those persons who are visiting Indonesia on government work, on business, for social-cultural activities and for holidays (purpose of visit).
 
If you wish to stay longer than 30 days then you could apply for 60 days Visa - depending on your purpose of visit (e.g. sponsor letter needed). Note: A standard 30 days Visa on Arrival can be 
extended in Indonesia in one of the immigration offices (or with the help of an agent). A 30 days free entry stamp cannot be extended.
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