As of April 2015, a wide range of new countries were added to list of those exempt from paying for a visa on arrival at Denpasar (Bali) Airport. The following information has been taken from the official list published on the website of the Embassy of the Republic of Indonesia – London, United Kingdom.
UPDATE for Australian Travellers as at 20th March 2016: The President of Indonesia, Joko Widodo officially signed the President’s Regulation (Perpres) No. 21 Year 2016 on Visitor Visa Exemption. In the Regulation, Australia is now added into the list of countries whose citizens could visit Indonesia without paying for visa. So if you are travelling on an Australian Passport, you are no longer required to pay your US Dollars on arrival – you can enter FREE of charge!
Passport holders exempt from paying for the Bali arrival visa*:
Many passport holders do not have to pay the visa on arrival at Denpasar Airport if you are arriving by plane. Conditions apply if you are arriving at other airports or seaports and you can view more comprehensive information by clicking here (you will be redirected to the Embassy of the Republic of Indonesia).
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We endeavour to provide you with the most accurate and up-to-date information for your destination. This information should be used as a guide only and does not constitute personal advice. The information listed has been taken from the official list published on the website of the Embassy of the Republic of Indonesia – London United Kingdom. This is an official government resource. Consider your own circumstances before making a decision on how you will take your money with you overseas.