Visa on arrival

Posted by Mike on December 20, 2009 under Uncategorized | 38 Comments to Read

For most visitors to Bali and Indonesia, they will be issued with a Visa on Arrival (VOA) at the port of entry into the country.

The visa on arrival is valid for 30 days and costs US$25. The period of stay includes the day of arrival. Make sure you book your tickets for the correct duration, as there are penalties for overstaying your visa.

The visa can only be extended once for another 30 days. If you do plan on staying more than 30 days it might be more convenient to apply for a 60 day visa in advance.

Your passport must be valid for at least 6 months on the date of entry into the country and you need to have an onward ticket.

The nationalities from the following countries are eligible for visa on arrival (VOA). If your country is not in the list you will need to apply for a visa at your nearest Indonesian consulate or embassy.

1 Algeria
2 Argentine
3 Australia
4 Austria
5 Bahrain
6 Belgium
7 Brazil
8 Bulgaria
9 Cambodia
10 Canada
11 China
12 Cyprus
13 Czech
14 Denmark
15 Egypt
16 Estonia
17 Fiji
18 Finland
19 France
20 Germany
21 Greece
22 Hungary
23 Iceland
24 India
25 Iran
26 Ireland
27 Italy
28 Japan
29 Kuwait
30 Laos
31 Latvia
32 Libya
33 Liechtenstein
34 Lithuania
35 Luxembourg
36 Maldives
37 Malta
38 Mexico
39 Monaco
40 Netherland
41 New Zealand
42 Norway
43 Oman
44 Panama
45 Poland
46 Portugal
47 Qatar
48 Romania
49 Russia
50 Saudi Arabia
51 Slovakia
52 Slovenia
53 South Africa
54 South Korea
55 Spain
56 Surinam
57 Sweden
58 Switzerland
59 Taiwan Territory
60 Tunisia
61 United Arab Emirates
62 United Kingdom
63 USA