What do we need before traveling to Bali ?

The Indonesian government is trying to protect the health and safety of aircraft passengers and that is realized with the issuance of aviation regulations for both domestic and international routes. For domestic flights, in accordance with the provisions they preach on Instagram Bali Airport, among them are passengers leaving from I Gusti Ngurah Rai Airport must include a certificate of rapid test with nonreactive results. If the destination airport requires a PCR (Polymerase Chain Reaction) test certificate to be adjusted to the provisions of the destination area.

Passengers to Bali must submit a PCR test certificate with a negative result with a validity period of 7 days from issue or 7 days from the time of arrival in Bali.

For international flight arrivals, passengers must take the PCR Test upon arrival at the International Arrival Terminal if they have not done so and cannot show the test results from the country of departure. For more detail please click link below https://kemlu.go.id/singapore/en/news/6675/requirements-for-arrival-from-abroad-to-indonesia#!

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Regardless what country you are from and what visa you will be getting there are a few things every foreign visitor needs before travelling to Indonesia.

  • A passport that is valid for at least 6 months from the day you enter Indonesia.
  • A passport that has at least one complete blank page.
  • Proof of a return flight or onward flight out of Indonesia.

If the immigration officer has a suspicion that you may abuse the free visa you might also be asked for proof of sufficient funds to stay in Indonesia for the duration of your visa.

The Indonesia Visa is counted per day, not per night. Your first day and last day are included in the 30 day calculation. Even if you enter Indonesia at 23:55h (11:55pm), the last 5 minutes before midnight will still be considered a full day. The same for your departure.

Entry Requirements & Customs in Bali Visas

Procedures in Bali, Lombok, and Indonesia can change without given notice. For up-to-date information, contact the nearest Indonesian embassy or consulate in your country. For a list, go to https://ngurahrai.imigrasi.go.id/home

Visitors from Australia, Canada, New Zealand, United Kingdom, United States, and most of Europe can get Visas on Arrival (VOA) through Ngurah Rai International Airport or the seaports of Padangbai and Benoa in Bali and Selaparang Airport in Lombok. For stays of 7 days or less, the charge is US$10; for stays of up to 30 days, the charge is US$25 payable by credit card and most major currencies. For stays of longer than 30 days, a tourist or business visa must be arranged before arrival.

Overstays are charged US$20 per day for up to 60 days. Overstay violations are liable to 5 years imprisonment or a fine of Rp25 million.

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