A: Yes, according to the new decree released on 13 October 2021 by the Minister of Law and Human Rights of the Republic of Indonesia reported that B211A Visa for Tourist will be available again. However, Visa on Arrival is still suspended in the time of writing
A: Yes, you need to apply for your kids’ visa as same as yours.
A: Yes, there is a possibility that your application may get denied by the authority. This caused by if you have been blacklisted, deported, have criminal history, or you have been proven that you provided false documents
COVID 19 EDITION
A: Yes, you do. In fact, you must be able to present proof of full dose COVID-19 vaccination to undergo your visa application.
Q: I cannot be vaccinated due to my health condition, and I’ll bring my toddler who has not been vaccinated also. What should I do?
A: If you have certain medical condition that makes you exempt for getting COVID-19 vaccine, it is mandatory that you provide an official statement letter from a specialist doctor that stated your medical history to support your circumstances.
A: All international flyers are obliged to conduct a 5 days quarantine (according to a new decree on 14 October 2021) and will be held in the city of first airport when entering Indonesia. The quarantine will be at designated accommodations and at traveller’s personal expenses.
A: Bali International Airport is reopening for international arrivals effective on 14 October 2021. Please note that Phase 1 of Reopening, there are 19 countries to be eligible to enter Bali Airport; Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, New Zealand, Kuwait, Bahrain, Qatar, China, India, Japan, South Korea, Liechtenstein, Italy, France, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Poland, Hungary, Norway. This list of country will be kept under review based on WHO report.
A: There has been a list of Quarantine Accommodation in Bali distributed online. Please kindly send us a message for further details.
A: No, the minimum is 3x24 test result.