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Welcome back: Bali is finally open for tourism again!

The Indonesian government has made it easier for both domestic and foreign tourists to visit Bali.

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The Indonesian Government in Bali has confirmed that effective March 21st, 2022, 20 more nationalities will be eligible for the Visa on Arrival process, bringing the total to 43 since the process has been restarted on March 7th.

Bali has instituted the Visa on Arrival again to ease entry restrictions while still controlling the flow and restarting the tourism industry that has been decimated during Covid in the last two years.

Bali Simplifies Travel Restrictions

Fully vaccinated travelers are no longer subject to quarantine (either 2 or 3 doses). International travelers coming to Indonesia at any port of entry (Bali, Jakarta, or any other international airport!) are subject to this rule. And, people from 43 countries can now get visas on arrival (VOA) at Bali’s International Ngurah Rai Airport. Visas on Arrival cost IDR 500,000 and are valid for 30 days, with the option to extend for another 30 days. You can also extend for another 30 days if you need to. Only at Bali’s international airport can you get a visa on arrival. If you land in another Indonesian city before you land in Bali, you’ll need a pre-approved B211 Tourism Visa for everyone.

Here’s the list of countries eligible for the Visa on Arrival in Bali as of 5 April 2022:

  1. Argentina
  2. Australia
  3. Belgium
  4. Brazil
  5. Brunei Darussalam
  6. Cambodia
  7. Canada
  8. China
  9. Denmark
  10. Finland
  11. France
  12. Germany
  13. Hungary
  14. India
  15. Italy
  16. Japan
  17. Laos
  18. Malaysia
  19. Mexico
  20. Myanmar
  21. Netherland
  22. New Zealand
  23. Norway
  24. Philippines
  25. Poland
  26. Qatar
  27. Saudi Arabia
  28. Seychelles
  29. Singapore
  30. South Africa
  31. South Korea
  32. Spain
  33. Sweden
  34. Swiss
  35. Taiwan
  36. Thailand
  37. Timor Leste
  38. Tunisia
  39. Türkiye
  40. United Arab Emirates
  41. United Kingdom
  42. United States of America
  43. Vietnam

Crucially, there are no more tests after arrival into Indonesia.

If you have a negative test and can board a flight with your proof of vaccination, you can sit back, relax and enjoy the trip. Visitors are also no longer being required to book specific hotels for their first night.

Working from Bali is not a dream anymore. Pack your bags, come visit us and experience the incomparable Bali lifestyle!

*Disclaimer : This article is based on Indonesia Travel website updated on April 6, 2022. Due to the dynamic nature of travel regulations, please stay updated and confirm your itinerary with your chosen travel providers.

Raymond Hasiholan

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