Citizens of 169 countries are lucky enough to be granted visa-free entry to Indonesia.
Other nationalities and foreigners who want to stay more than 30 days must apply for a visa.
With Cekindo as your visa agent in Bali, we are a reputable consulting company with three offices in Indonesia, you can be sure that your visa application will be processed in a fast and well-managed manner.
A majority of visa applications must be supported by a letter from an Indonesian or local legal entity sponsoring your stay in Bali. As your visa application is in your sponsor’s hands, a reliable person or corporation is a must.
Visa application process
The procedures between applying for and obtaining your visa might take weeks and a lot of energy. Cekindo, as your visa agent in Bali can secure all documents needed and apply on behalf of your company or you.
There are several visa types that foreigners can choose from to enter Bali. Basically, the following criteria determine your visa type and requirements:
- National Origin (according to your passport)
- Purpose of visit
- Length of stay
OVERSTAYING A VISA IN BALI
Serious consequences await when you overstay your visa in Bali. When it comes to visa validity and overstaying a visa, it is important to remember the 60-day rule. When you overstay for no more than 60 days, you will have to pay a daily fine of USD 25. However, severe punishment applies when you overstay for more than 60 days. Other than fines, it is likely to face deportation or even worse, you will be blacklisted.
Popular Visas in Bali
Foreigners coming to Bali prefer to stay on the following visas:
Single entry or multiple entry visas enable their holders to come to Bali and attend conferences, meetings or training. No work is permitted.
Work Visa (KITAS)
Also known as a temporary stay permit, it goes hand in hand with a work permit. A work visa as such does not allow you to work in Bali.
Residents of several countries are allowed to retire in Bali if they meet the government requirements.