The Indonesian government has announced that visas on arrival are now available for travelers from 23 countries who are entering Bali, Indonesia, for tourism purposes only.

Key Points:

  • Travelers from the following countries can now enter Bali without obtaining a visa before travel:
    • Australia.
    • Brunei Darussalam.
    • Cambodia.
    • Canada.
    • France.
    • Germany.
    • Italy.
    • Japan.
    • Laos.
    • Malaysia.
    • Myanmar.
    • Netherlands.
    • New Zealand.
    • Philippines.
    • Qatar.
    • Singapore.
    • South Korea.
    • Thailand.
    • Turkey.
    • United Arab Emirates.
    • United Kingdom.
    • United States.
    • Vietnam.
  • The visa on arrival is valid for 30 days and extendable for an additional 30 days. To be eligible for the visa, individuals must have a passport with at least six months of validity, a departure plane ticket, and required COVID-19 documentation.
  • Foreign nationals who enter under the visa on arrival are not allowed to perform business activities.

BAL Analysis: Foreign nationals are now allowed to enter Bali without having to obtain a visa before arrival. Employers and employees are reminded that they will not be able to carry out any business activities on the visa on arrival.

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