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All You Need To Know About Bali Visa


As the allure of Bali continues to captivate travelers worldwide, understanding the latest visa regulations is crucial for a seamless and stress-free visit. In 2024, Bali has implemented certain changes to its visa policies, aiming to strike a balance between welcoming tourists and maintaining control over immigration. In this comprehensive guide, we’ll explore the latest Bali visa regulations for most purposes of visiting Bali, ensuring you have all the information needed for a memorable and hassle-free stay on this enchanting Indonesian island.

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1. Tourist Visas

For many visitors, a tourist visa is the most common entry requirement. As of 2024, Bali offers various options to cater to the diverse needs of travelers:

a. Visa-Free Entry

Certain nationalities are eligible for visa-free entry, allowing a stay of up to 30 days. If your passport belongs to one of these countries, you’re in luck! You can enter Bali without the need for a visa, opening the door to a memorable and worry-free vacation.

Purpose Of Visit :

  • Tourism
  • Official government visit
  • Giving lecture or attend seminar
  • Attend a meeting held by Head Office or Representative Office in Indonesia
  • Transit

Duration Of Stay – 30 days limit and it is not extendable or convertible into another type of stay permit.

Requirements –  Passport valid not less than 6 (six) months.

Visa Price – FREE

b. Visa on Arrival (VoA or e-VoA)

Travelers from countries not covered by the visa-free entry can obtain a Visa on Arrival at the airport. Commonly referred to as Visa on Arrival (VoA) or electronic Visa on Arrival (eVoA), is accessible online for citizens of 87 nationalities.