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The Single Entry Tourist Visa – Get yours in our Awesome April Promo!

The Single Entry Tourist Visa – Get yours in our Awesome April Promo!

Get your Single Entry Tourist Visa (B211A) and enter Indonesia! Since January 2022 Indonesia authorities have opened up the use of the Tourist Visa again, a visa that had been shelved for almost 2 years due to the pandemic. Up until January many people were using the Single Entry Business Visa; however, now with the

Quarantine to enter Indonesia is officially over! | LetsMoveIndonesia

Quarantine to Enter Indonesia Is Officially Over!

***News Update 8th April 2022*** As of 6th April, PCR Test upon arrival for fully vaccinated travellers are no longer necessary as stated in the latest SATGAS Indonesia (Covid Task Force Announcement). Selected nationalites are now allowed to enter Indonesia using the Visa on Arrival (VOA). Check out the more recent news below: Visa on

Indonesia announces plans to remove mandatory quarantine | LetsMoveIndonesia

Indonesia announces plans to remove mandatory quarantine

On Monday 21st March the Tourism and Creative Economy Minister, Sandiaga Uno, announced plans to implement a no quarantine policy for overseas travellers throughout Indonesia, as a result of a successful trial period across Bali. “The results of the joint meeting with the president have announced that a no-quarantine policy will be extended to all

The LetsMoveIndonesia Sanu Visa Clinic is Officially Open

The LetsMoveIndonesia Sanur Visa Clinic is Officially Open

The LetsMoveIndonesia Sanur Visa Clinic is Officially Open LetsMoveIndonesia is proud to announce the opening of our 3rd office in Bali, our 5th across Indonesia! The Sanur Visa clinic joins our Bali office base of; The Seminyak Visa Centre and The Canggu Visa Clinic. To ensure our customers convenience in Bali, we have a variety

Indonesia announces the end of quarantine effective 8th March 2022 | LetsMoveIndonesia

Indonesia announces the end of quarantine effective 8th March 2022!

On 8th March SATGAS (Covid 19 Task Force) released 2 circulars relating to quarantine upon entering Indonesia. One circular covering the entry points of Bali, Batam & Bintan, the other in relation to the remainder of the entrance points, e.g. Jakarta. Check out the key points below, as well as the official circulars. Please note

Visa On Arrival Available again for 23 Nationalities flying direct to Bali | LetsMoveIndonesia

Visa On Arrival Available again for 23 Nationalities flying direct to Bali

On 6th March an official circular was released, advising that 23 nationalities would be able to fly direct to Bali using the Visa On Arrival (VOA). After much speculation and rumours, Indonesian authorities finally released an official circular advising that Visa On Arrival (VOA) is applicable once again for “some” foreign nationals entering Indonesia. Please

It’s March Madness – The Single Entry Visa Promo Starts Now!

It’s time for the LetsMoveIndonesia Single Entry Visa, March Madness sale! ***Update 31st March*** The March Madness Sale has sadly come to an end, but we are delighted to have assisted 217 people with their Single Entry Visas in 1 month, helping people from all over the world including the following nationalities: Argentina, Australia, Austria,

Everything you need to know about travelling to Indonesia right now | LetsMoveIndonesia

Everything you need to know about travelling to Indonesia right now

Over the last few years the rules and regulations regarding travellers entering Indonesia have changed like the English weather. There have been total visa application bans & partial visa application bans, multiple changes of visa requirements, changes of quarantine times and a variety of seemingly never ending updates and changes. It has become quite confusing

Indonesia removes red list countries, all nationalities can enter Indonesia again

On 12th January a new circular as released by SATGAS advising that as of immediately, there are no red list countries banned from entering Indonesia. This is great news for people travelling from South Africa, Botswana, Norway, Angola, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, Eswatini, Lesotho, United Kingdom, France & Denmark, who previously were unable to

Indonesia announces plans to reduce quarantine from 10 days to 7 days | LetsMoveIndonesia

Indonesia announces plans to reduce quarantine from 10 days to 7 days

Indonesia plans to reduce quarantine to 7 days in a breaking news announcement from Luhut Binsar Pandjaitan on 3rd January 2022. In yet another unexpected announcement on 3rd January 2022, President Jokowi gave the go ahead to release the news that quarantine would be reduced from 10 days to 7 days for general travellers entering