New Indonesian visa regulations were introduced in 2004, effective 1st February 2004.

Anyone wishing to stay longer than 30 days must apply for a visa overseas at an Indonesian embassy or consulate before traveling. 
Those who overstay their 30-day visas by a few days (less than a week) are charged US$20 per extra day by immigration at the port of their departure.  This does not apply if flights are delayed or experience technical difficulties.

There are currently three different visas available for tourists visiting Bali/Indonesia:

1. Free Visa on Arrival
Upon arrival in Indonesia and presentation of a passport with at least 6 months validity remaining, citizens from the following countries are eligible for a free 30 day stay permit; Brunei Darussalam, Singapore, Thailand, Malaysia, Philippines, Hong Kong SAR, Macau SAR, Chile, Peru, Morocco and Vietnam.

2. Purchased Visa on Arrival
Upon arrival in Bali and presentation of a passport with at least 6 months validity, citizens from the following 64 countries can purchase either a 3 or 30 day non-extendable stay permit;
The charge for a 3 day visa is US$10 and 30 day visa is US$25.

The listed countries and territory which eligible for Visa On Arrival when visiting Bali:
1. Argentina
2. Australia
3. Austria
4. Algeria
5. Bahrain
6. Belgium
7. Brazil
8. Bulgaria
9. Czech Republic
10. Cambodia
11. Canada
12. Cyprus
13. China
14. Denmark
15. Estonia
16. Egypt

17. Fiji
18. Finland
19. France
20. Germany
21. Greece
22. Hungary
23. India
24. Iceland
25. Iran
26. Ireland
27. Italy
28. Japan
29. Kuwait
30. Laos
31. Latvia
32. Libya

33. Lithuania
34. Liechtenstein
35. Luxembourg
36. Maldives
37. Malta
38. Mexico
39. Monaco 
40. New Zealand
41. Netherlands
42. Norway
43. Oman
44. Panama
45. Poland
46. Portugal
47. Qatar
48. Romania

49. Russia
50. Saudi Arabia
51. Slovak Republic
52. Slovenia
53. Spain
54. South Africa
55. South Korea
56. Suriname
57. Sweden
58. Switzerland
59. Taiwan, PRC
60. Tunisia
61. Timor Leste
62. Uni Arab Emirates
63. United Kingdom (British)
64. United States of America

3. Pre-arranged Visa
Citizens from countries not mentioned above must apply for a visa prior to arriving in Indonesia.
Tourists from any country wishing to stay in Indonesia for over 30 days must apply for a visa prior to arrival in Indonesia.

Your passport must be valid for six months from the date of entry into Indonesia, and you must also have proof of onward passage out of Indonesia (either return or through tickets).

Tourist visas cannot be extended or converted into another type of visa.  You must leave the country and come back in again.

This information is correct at the time of publication.  For current and further information, you may contact us or Indonesian embassy at your country.

Outgoing travelers are requested to arrive at the airport 2 (two) hours prior to the departure time.
Airport tax for international departure is IDR 150,000 and IDR 40,000 for domestic departure.

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