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Updated 30 May 2022

Indonesia is currently welcoming more and more international travellers to enjoy its magnificent landscapes, variety of marvellous cultures, and spectacular places. Recently, Indonesia just reactivated its Visa on Arrival scheme for 42 countries all over the world.

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Below, we have gathered some useful information about Indonesia & Bali Visa on Arrival. Read further to know more.

Indonesia Visa on Arrival News 2022

Effective on 7 March 2022, The Indonesian Government has reinstated the Visa on Arrival after being suspended for two years. Currently, travellers from eligible countries could obtain this visa upon their arrival in Bali, Riau, West Nusa Tenggara, Batam or Bintan.

Furthermore, The Indonesian Government has been planning to allow Visa on Arrival at more entry points in Indonesia, such as Soekarno-Hatta Tangerang-Banten International Airport, Kualanamu Medan International Airport, Juanda Surabaya International Airport, Sultan Hasanuddin Makassar International Airport, and Sam Ratulangi Manado International Airport.

As of now, any travellers who wish to enter Indonesia from entry points aside from Bali, Riau, West Nusa Tenggara, Batam or Bintan can apply for B211A Visa at Indonesia’s Online Immigration portal here. Check out our article about the latest travel restrictions and updates on Bali below:

Bali Travel Restrictions & Reopening – When Will Bali Borders Open For Tourism – Can I Travel To Bali?

Indonesia Visa on Arrival countries list 

Recently, the Indonesian government has added more countries to the list of VoA eligible countries. Below is the full list of the countries:

  1. Australia
  2. Austria
  3. Argentina
  4. Bahrain
  5. Belarus
  6. Belgium
  7. Bosnia
  8. Brazil
  9. Brunei Darussalam
  10. Bulgaria
  11. Cambodia
  12. Canada
  13. Czech
  14. Croatia
  15. China
  16. Cyprus
  17. Denmark
  18. Estonia
  19. Egypt
  20. East Timor
  21. Finland
  22. France
  23. Germany
  24. Greece
  25. Hongkong
  26. Hungary
  27. India
  28. Ireland
  29. Italy
  30. Japan
  31. Jordania
  32. Kuwait
  33. Laos
  34. Latvia
  35. Lithuania
  36. Luxembourg
  37. Malaysia
  38. Malta
  39. Mexico
  40. Morocco
  41. Myanmar
  42. Netherlands
  43. New Zealand
  44. Norwegia
  45. Oman
  46. Peru
  47. Poland
  48. Portugal
  49. Romania
  50. Russia
  51. Qatar
  52. Saudi Arabia
  53. Serbia
  54. Seychelles
  55. Singapore
  56. South Africa
  57. South Korea
  58. Slovakia
  59. Slovenia
  60. Spain
  61. Sweden
  62. Switzerland
  63. Taiwan
  64. Thailand
  65. The Philippines
  66. Tunisia
  67. Turkey
  68. UAE
  69. UK
  70. Ukraine
  71. USA
  72. Vietnam

If your country is not listed among the above 72 countries, you can travel to Bali and Indonesia by applying e-visa before departure.

Indonesia Visa on Arrival requirements

The details of rules and regulations for VOA service policy are as follows:

  • Following this VOA service policy, international travellers with passports originating from the aforementioned countries can apply for VoA for Tourism after arriving only through immigration control at I Gusti Ngurah Rai International Airport, Bali.
  • International travellers must present all requirements for a VOA for Tourism at the immigration counter, namely:
    • A passport valid for at least 6 (six) months;
    • A return ticket or a connecting ticket to continue travelling to another country; and
    • Other documents are required under the provisions from the COVID-19 Task Force.

Indonesia Visa on Arrival validity

Stay permits originating from VOA for Tourism are granted for a maximum period of 30 days and can be extended 1 (one) time.

The extension is granted for 30 days and is carried out at the nearest immigration office where the international traveller lives while in Indonesia.

The VOA cannot be changed into another type of visa/stay permit.

Indonesia & Bali Visa on Arrival cost

The cost of an Indonesian & Bali Visa on Arrival is IDR 500,000 or USD $ 34,81.