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Written by Shamanthika on April 30, 2020 Share on

Bali Visa for Indians – An Ultimate Guide to Get the Bali Visa

Getting a Bali Visa :

The most gorgeous Bali Island is located in the South-East Asian country of Indonesia. The region is known for its religious practices and age-old cultural traditions. Exotic temples, scenic sandy beaches and stunning sunset points have made Bali one of the favourite tourism destinations in the world.  It’s a destination for everyone in your family, brimming with heart-stopping scenery, water adventures, authentic culture, delicious cuisine and lovely people. Citizens of about 169 countries get a 30-day free Indonesian visa, facilitating easy movement of tourists inside the country.
Indian citizens who are traveling to Bali, for tourist purposes do not need Visa to stay up to 30 days. They will only have to provide a valid passport, return tickets and proof of accommodation. If the travellers are wishing to stay more than 60 days in Bali, they will have to apply for Visa on Arrival.


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Visa on Arrival: For 30 days

India is one of the countries listed on the Visa-free entry released by the Indonesian Government. Hence Indian citizens who want to stay more than 30 days need to buy a 30 day Visa on Arrival at the cost of USD 35 per person. This fee is also applicable for infants. This amount should be paid upon arrival into the country, in cash or credit card. This visa on arrival is valid only for 30 days.

Visa on Arrival: For more than 30 days

The Visa on arrival can be extended for more than 30 days by paying 45 USD extra.

General Visa requirements for Indian Citizens

–Stay up to 30 days

  • Passport: Must be valid at least for 6 months from the day of arrival.
  • Valid travel tickets: a round trip or a through ticket to the destination

Stay up to 60 days

Documents required for Bali Visa on Arrival :

  • Valid passport at least 6 months from the date of arrival
  • Purpose of visit (social, tourism, etc..,)
  • Proof of Return Flight & Accommodation
  • Proof of written guarantee of possession sufficient funds for living/other expenses during stay in Indonesia. (minimum of USD 100 per day)

Frequently Asked Questions about Bali Visa:

1) Is it Visa on Arrival in Bali?

If you have a valid Indian passport, there is no Visa needed if your stay is less than 30 days.

2) What documents should I possess to get the Visa?

You need a passport, valid for at least 6 months, valid flight tickets.

3) If I wish to stay in Bali for more than 30 days, what should I do?

You can get a Visa on Arrival for a period of 30 days at the Immigration counter.

4) Is there any Visa fee for Visa on Arrival?

The fee for Visa on Arrival is USD 35 per person per day.

5) Where can I extend my Bali Visa?

To extend your visa, you can reach out to the Immigration office.

6) Is the Visa fee applicable for an infant?

Yes, it is.

Bali boasts of plenty of beautiful things, be it its stunning rice terraces, majestic waterfalls, ancient temples or pristine beaches. And free visa gives an additional reason to visit the island of gods. So wait no further, and book your Bali Indonesia package with Pickyourtrail and tour the natural beauty of the island nation.


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