With over 17,500 islands spread across Indonesia, Bali remains one of the most popular islands in Indonesia in terms of tourism and business opportunities. This beautiful island is the most popular in our archipelago and becomes one of the best destinations for Indian citizens to enjoy their holiday. At LetsMoveIndonesia, we help thousands of Indian nationals get visas every year to visit Bali and other cities across Indonesia. If you are Indian and thinking about visiting Bali, check out our complete guide for Indians to get a Bali visa for Indian through this article.
What are the visa options for Indians visiting Bali
There are several options for Indians visiting Bali or Indonesia. They are as follows:
Bali Visa on Arrival for Indian
A Visa on Arrival is a planned visa which allows you to enter Indonesia for 30 days. You may extend this visa for another 30 days, bringing the total to 60 days. It costs US$35 / 500,000 IDR upon arrival.
To understand more about Visa on Arrival, you can access the following article Visa on Arrival – Everything you need to know.
If you need to extend your Visa on Arrival, we suggest doing it via LetsMoveIndonesia. You may check out our Visa on Arrival page for full details: Visa on Arrival Extension
Single Entry Visa
The Single Entry Tourist/Business visa is a long-term pre-prepared visa from LetsMoveIndonesia that allows the foreigner to spend 60 days in Bali. If you would like to stay longer, you can extend it by a further 60 days. You can also extend your visa for another 60 days. So in total, you can spend up to 180 days in Indonesia.
There are 2 options, tourist and business, so you can choose the right visa for you based on your travel purpose.
Check out everything you need to know about the Single Entry Tourist Visa here.
Temporary Stay Permit (KITAS)
A KITAS is a long-term, multiple-entry visa that requires sponsorship from an Indonesian business entity. There is a variety to choose from such as working, dependent, spouse, retirement and Investor. Each one has its requirements and processes.
To see the different KITAS types, check out our Visa Services Page.
Other types of Bali Visa for Indian that are temporarily unavailable
Before Covid, there were 2 other types of visas: A free visa and the Multiple Entry Visa. Currently, at the time of writing in November 2022, both are unavailable for any nationality. Stay tuned for more updates about Visa News.
How to apply for an Indonesian visa?
LetsMoveIndonesia has been the pioneer agency in Bali and we assist thousands of expats with their Bali Visas every year. Our multiple office locations are filled with expert visa staff and we are proud to have the most competitive service fee of any national visa agency in the country.
We are the Visa Centre of Bali and we help thousands of people every year travel, live and work on this amazing island. Learn more about us here! To apply a Bali Visa for Indian or to ask questions, please use the contact details or simply fill in the contact form below: WA: +62 812 9260 0590, T: +62 21 300 297 27 (Jakarta) T: +62 361 934 8343 (Seminyak) T: +62 361 939 9406 (Canggu), T: +62 361 280 789 (Sanur), E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
To know more about Bali Visa, then check out our complete Bali Visa Page, the home of all things visa.