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Flights - Arrival - Visas - Meeting Our Guests

What to expect when you arrive and how to get through Immigration!

This section will be kept brief as you can never tell what will happen as you arrive at the airport in Denpasar (Bandar Udara Ngurah Rai), here we will give you the arrival procedure, sometimes it can be quick from your arrival to exit, sometimes not as this depends on quantity of flights and passengers arriving at that time.

Please check that you are from a Country that is permitted a free Visa On Arrival (VOA). If not you will need to obtain your visa before departing your home country. At the bottom of this page is an extract from the Indonesian Embassy - UK Website with information, but please check the latest regulation before you depart. 

Bali Sea Villas want to take care of you, we provide a pick up service from the airport and transport you to the villa and back again after your stay, free of charge.

Firstly, while on your flight to Denpasar, the crew should give you 2 x forms to fill in for each person, one is your Arrival / Landing Card and the other is a Baggage / Currency Declaration, you will need both when you arrive and make your way through the airport.

VOA Denpasar  Immigration Denpasar

You will arrive at Denpasar Airport, exit the plane and walk a short way to the area / booth designated for purchasing your Visa On Arrival (VOA) if you are not one of the countries that are entitled to a free vias, this is the first thing you need to do, your passport must have at least 6 months validity and two clear pages.  T Having obtained the Visa (if needed), proceed to the Immigration Stalls where you will present your passport and landing card, once clear of this you can proceed to collect your baggage, the next step is to line up to put your baggage through the x-ray machines, there will be an official person just before this looking for you to present to him your baggage and currency declaration (a white form you will be given on the plane, it's a statement of the number of bags you have and how much currency you are bringing into the country), once through the baggage x-ray you can select your exit via (nothing to declare or goods to declare). 


INFORMATION (Extract from the Indonesian Embassy - UK, Website)

VISA FREE SHORT VISIT FOR TOURIST

The following countries do not require a visa to enter Indonesia for a short visit of up to 30 (thirty) days:

Countries from No. 16 - 45 can only use the Visa-Free Short Visits for tourism purposes. Please be advised that Visa-Free Short Visits cannot be extended and cannot be transferred to another type of visa.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS FOR VISA-FREE SHORT VISITS

  1. Passport must be valid for a minimum of 6 (six) months as from the date of entry into Indonesia.

  2. Onward or return tickets are compulsory.

  3. No compulsory vaccinations.

  4. Visitors on Visa-Free Short Visits must enter and exit from certain airports and seaports in Indonesia.

 Required documents which should be submitted are as follows for none free visas:

  1. Passport (with a minimum validity of 6 months from the date of entry into Indonesia).
  2. One completed visa application form.
  3. One coloured passport size photograph.
  4. Must be UK Resident (with a minimum validity at least one month exceeding the validity of the requested visa).
  5. Travel itinerary (proof of bookings), including details of onward or return journey.
  6. Hotel Reservation (if applicable).
  7. Bank Statement dated less than a month with a minimum balance of £ 1,000.-
  8. A recent letter (less than 1 month old) from applicant's employer. If applicant is self employed, retired or pensioner, a confirmation letter from applicant's solicitor, or accountant, or Bank Manager is required. For a student, submit confirmation letter of attendance from school, college or university. "au pair" or domestic help will have to show employer's passport and submit copy of the said passport and letter from employee. All of the abovesaid type of letters must certify the applicant's obligation to return after the visit to Indonesia.
  9. Written approval from the Immigration Office in Indonesia (only for applications that need referral to the Authorities in Indonesia ; See various visas issued on Approval)

 

Fee for a visit of up to sixty days must be paid £ 40.00.- either in postal order or bank draft only payable to Indonesian Embassy which is non-refundable under any circumstances. Alternatively, fees can also be paid by debit card payment during collection. Any other method of payment will not be acceptable.


 

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