Bali property and bali villas for sale - bali reopening with visa on arrival without quarantine bali reopening with visa-on-arrival & without mandatory quarantine

Following the recent circular letter from the Directorate General of Immigration office coordinating with Bali’s government if you are a citizen from one of the countries below you are now able to get a Visa On Arrival at the Airport in Bali without quarantine:

  1. Australia
  2. United States of America
  3. Holland
  4. Brunei Darussalam
  5. Philippines
  6. England
  7. Italy
  8. Japan
  9. Germany
  10. Cambodia
  11. Canada
  12. South Korea
  13. Laos
  14. Malaysian
  15. Myanmar
  16. France
  17. Qatar
  18. New Zealand
  19. Singapore
  20. Thailand
  21. Turkey
  22. United Arab Emirates
  23. Vietnam

The conditions to get VOA

The conditions to get VOA at the airport are that you need to present your valid passport with a minimum validity of at least 12 months, negative PCR test results which taken a maximum of 2×24 hours before the flight, fully vaccinated with a booster, and proof of paid hotel minimum 4 days.

VOA cost is IDR 500k and you can extend with for another 30 days.

The maximum stay of VOA is 60 days and you can’t convert or apply for a new visa inside Indonesia unless you leave the country and apply from outside Indonesia.

If you wish to stay over 60 days we suggest you apply for a B211A visa as with this visa you can stay for up to 6 months and you can convert this visa into a limited stay permit (KITAS) if you are qualified for one of the KITAS available.

The process to Get Visa on Arrival

  • No need to do anything in your home country
  • Passport must be valid for at least six months (no exceptions)
  • Queue at Visa on Arrival Counter at International Airport (e.g. DPS Denpasar) in the Arrival hall (before going to immigration counters)
  • Pay USD 35 (or IDR 500,000 (AUD, EUR also accepted)
  • Go to the immigration counter and show your passport with the receipt (there is a separate queue for Visa on Arrival, which is much faster!)

Link to the official press release by Indonesia Immigration:

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