Visa Information

Visa Regulations Overview

Depending on passport and citizenship, these are common options visitors choose when traveling to Indonesia, provided that main purpose is traveling as a tourist and not to work or engage in any form of business:.
  • Free Visa (more than 160 countries FREE entry, 30 days valid NOT extendable)
  • Visa on Arrival (costs IDR 500,000, 30 days valid, can be extended (once for 30 days)
  • Social, Tourist or cultural Visa (B-211) (can stay 60 days, can be extended 3 times for 30 days each, issued by consulate or embassy outside Indonesia)
  • Multiple Entry Visa (stay up to 60 days per visit, valid 1 year, issued by consulate or embassy outside Indonesia)
  • Over 160 nationalities need no Visa (FREE ENTRY; see list below, max. stay 30 days)
  • Free Entry Stamp CANNOT be extended
  • Passport must always be valid at least 6 months (for social visa 12 months) from day of arrival. No exceptions.
  • Keep a page on passport empty for stamp or visa sticker!
  • Day of arrival counts as day one, day of departure counts as full day
  • Penalty fee for overstaying IDR 1,000,000 per day
  • Don't bring more than IDR 100mio in cash (ca. AUD 10,000)


Please check the country lists below, to see what visa regulations for Bali Indonesia applies to you.

1. List of Countries with Visa exemption

Free Visa Stamp - MAX. 30 days, NO extension possible, purposeof visit: Tourism & Social Visit only
AlbaniaGuyanaPhilippines
AlgeriaHaitiPoland
AndorraHondurasPortugal
AngolaHongKongPuerto Rico
Antigua and BarbudaHungaryQatar
ArgentinaIcelandRomania
ArmeniaIndiaRussian Federation
AustraliaIrelandRwanda
AustriaItalySaint Kitts and Nevis
AzerbaijanIvory CoastSaint Lucia
BahamasJamaicaSaint Vincent and Grenadines
BahrainJapanSamoa
BangladeshJordanSan Marino
BarbadosKazakhstanSao Tome and Principe
BelarusKenyaSaudi Arabia
BelgiumKiribatiSenegal
BelizeKuwaitSerbia
BeninKyrgyzstanSeychelles
BhutanLao, People’s Democratic RepublicSingapore
BoliviaLatviaSlovakia
Bosnia & HerzegovinaLebanonSlovenia
BotswanaLesothoSolomon Islands
BrazilLiechtensteinSouth Africa
Brunei DarussalamLithuaniaSouth Korea
BulgariaLuxemburgSpain
Burkina FasoMacaoSri Lanka
BurundiMacedoniaSuriname
CambodiaMadagascarSwaziland
CanadaMalawiSweden
Cape VerdeMalaysiaSwitzerland
ChadMaldivesTaiwan
ChileMaliTajikistan
ChinaMaltaTanzania
ComorosMarshall IslandsThailand
Costa RicaMauritaniaTimor Leste
CroatiaMauritiusTogo
CubaMexicoTonga
CyprusMoldovaTrinidad and Tobago
Czech RepublicMonacoTunisia
DenmarkMongoliaTurkey
Dominica (Commonwealth)MoroccoTurkmenistan
Dominican RepublicMozambiqueTuvalu
EcuadorMyanmarUganda
EgyptNamibiaUkraine
El SalvadorNauruUnited Arab Emirates
EstoniaNepalUnited Kingdom
FijiNetherlandsUnited States
FinlandNew ZealandUruguay
FranceNicaraguaUzbekistan
GabonNorwayVanuatu
GambiaOmanVatican City State
GeorgiaPalauVenezuela
GermanyPalestineVietnam
GhanaPanamaZambia
GreecePapua New GuineaZimbabwe
GrenadaParaguay
GuatemalaPeru



2. List of Countries that can get a Visa on Arrival (VoA)

Want to know which countries can get a Visa on Arrival forBali, Indonesia? Remember: Visa on Arrival is VOLUNTARY and makessense if stay between 30 and 60 days. Then this is a good option,  becauseit can be extended ONCE for 30 days, while you stay in Bali.NO need to leave the country.
Allowed for: tourism ONLY
AlgeriaIndiaRussia
ArgentinaIrelandSaudi Arabia
AustraliaItalySlovakia
AustriaJapanSlovenia
BahrainKuwaitSouth Africa
BelgiumLatviaSouth Korea
BrazilLiechtensteinSpain
BulgariaLithuaniaSuriname
CanadaLuxembourgSweden
CyprusMaldivesSwitzerland
CzechMaltaTaiwan
DenmarkMexicoTimor Leste
EgyptNetherlandsTunisia
Emirates (UAE)New ZealandTurkey
EstoniaNorwayUnited Kingdom
FijiOmanUnited States
FinlandPanama
FranceP.R China
GermanyPoland
GreecePortugal
HungaryQatar
IcelandRomania

If you have specific questions regarding your Visa eligibility, we recommend you consult with the nearest Indonesian Consulate or Embassy.