Indonesia Expands Visa-on-Arrival Facility to 17 More Countries: Full List Here

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The Visa on Arrival facility for Indonesia has returned in full, possibly the most significant change for foreign travel to Bali since the reopening of Ngurah Rai airport in February.

Jamaruli Manihuruk, the Head of the Bali Law and Human Rights Ministry, announced that the central government has resumed the VOA programme for a total of 60 qualifying countries.

This recent announcement adds 17 additional countries to the programme, which will begin on April 28, 2022. This is all part of the relaxation of Covid-19 travel restrictions and preparations for the hosting of the G20 Conference in November 2022.

Jamaruli Manihuruk said at a press conference that he thinks the changes to the visa on arrival programmes will “make it easier for delegates and participants to attend international events held in Bali.”

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Indonesia Visa On Arrival

The visa on arrival programme is available to all visitors entering in Indonesia. Across Indonesia’s 17,000 islands, international passengers can access nine international airports, eleven seaports, and four cross-border entry sites.

To be eligible for a visa on arrival, the visitor must be a citizen of one of the sixty countries mentioned in the VOA programme. They must present a return or onward ticket to another country, proof of payment for a visa on arrival, and a passport with at least six months of validity left.

Requirements For VoA

At the port of entry, foreign visitors will need to present the following requirements:

  • An original passport that is valid for more than 6 (six) months from the date of arrival in Indonesia.
  • Roundtrip airline ticket.
  • Visa fee of IDR 500.000. You might need to pay with a credit card/debit card/cash.
  • Proof of travel insurance with minimum coverage of USD 20,000.
  • Proof of two-doses COVID-19 vaccination.
  • Proof of negative result of RT-PCR COVID-19 test taken maximum 2 x 24 hours before departure.
  • PeduliLindungi Apps installed on mobile phones (can be downloaded at Google Play/Apple Store).

List of Countries Eligible For Indonesia VoA

From April 28th, citizens from the following 60 countries can get Visa on Arrival (VOA) to visit Bali, Indonesia:

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S. No.CountryS. No.CountryS. No.Country
1Argentina21Hungary41Romania
2Australia22India42Saudi Arabia
3Austria23Ireland43Seychelles
4Belgium24Italy44Singapore
5Brazil25Japan45Slovakia
6Brunei Darussalam26Laos46Slovenia
7Bulgaria27Latvia47South Africa
8Cambodia28Lithuania48South Korea
9Canada29Luxembourg49Spain
10China30Malaysia50Sweden
11Croatia31Malta51Switzerland
12Cyprus32Mexico52Taiwan
13Czech Republic33Myanmar53Thailand
14Denmark34Netherlands54Timor Leste
15Estonia35New Zealand55Tunisia
16Finland36Norway56Turkey
17France37Philippines57United Arab Emirates
18Germany38Poland58United Kingdom
19Greece39Portugal59United States Of America
20Hong Kong40Qatar60Vietnam
Indonesia Visa-on-Arrival Fee

Currently, international travellers need to pay IDR 500,000 (US$34.84) to obtain a VOA in Indonesia. As of now, as many as 43 nations are eligible for VOA in order to visit Bali, with a 30-day stay that can be extended for another 30 days.

Indonesia Visa Fees

Individuals wishing to visit Indonesia are currently required to pay the fee before being granted a visa. The fees for various visas are listed in the table below.

Indonesia VisaVisa Fee in $Visa Fee in 
Single-entry Visit Visa503,400
Multiple-entry Visa1006,800
Limited Stay Visa6 months – 50
1 year – 90
2 years – 160
6 months – 3,400
1 year – 6,100
2 years – 10,900
Diplomatic/Service VisaNil (free)Nil
Visa on Arrival352,400

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