If you’re considering moving to Bali, or just want to enjoy an extended vacation, one of the easiest ways to do so without getting attached to a lengthier or slightly more complex Visa situation is to opt for the 30 day Visa on Arrival (VOA), which can be extended one time for a total stay of 60 days or less.
Below we have outlined the steps to successfully extend your 30 day VOA, though we recommend keeping an eye on the latest developments, as the requirements are known to change from year to year.
How to Extend your 30 Day VOA in Bali
Good to Know:
- This may vary depending your departure airport or airline, but we were required to show our exit tickets from Indonesia (booked for day 58 after our arrival) before being allowed to board our flight to Bali for the first time. If you are moving to Bali (and didn’t get a Social Visa while still in your home country) or are on an extended vacation without a specific end date, I recommend purchasing an inexpensive one-way ticket to Singapore within 30 to 60 days from the day you arrive. You may want to contact your airline ahead of time to avoid any costly last minute plane ticket purchases.
- If you intend to stay in Bali for 30 days or less, residents of 169 countries (including the U.S. and Australia!) may now enter on a free 30 day VOA.
- If you plan on staying in Bali for 31 to 60 days, DO NOT opt for the free 30 day VOA, as it cannot be extended. Instead, purchase the $35 USD Visa on Arrival at the immigration counter at Bali’s Ngurah Rai International Airport, which can be extended for a stay not to exceed 60 days.
- The 60 day VOA is not equal to 2 months. The day you arrive counts as day 1, so avoid any trouble by counting your days correctly! The fee for overstaying your Visa is a steep 300,000 IDR per day.
After purchasing your VOA at the airport, you will need to either 1) hire a local agent service to handle the extension process, which requires 3 separate trips to the same immigration office (approximately $50 USD), or 2) prepare the documents and do it yourself (approximately $26 USD).
Personally, unless you plan on traveling around a ton or simply don’t want to have to worry about it, I recommend extending it yourself. It’s fairly straightforward, not overly time-consuming (once you’re at the office), and cheaper than hiring an agent. Plus, if you plan on staying in Bali for more than 60 days, you’re likely going to have to familiarize yourself with the immigration office process anyway.
Bali Immigration Offices
There are currently 3 immigration offices in Bali. Since you’ll need to go to the same office a total of 3 times (likely all within a week to 10 days), you’ll want to choose the one that’s most convenient.
- Nusa Dua (South Bali) – Formerly the office on Ngurah Rai Bypass Road in Kuta, it has now moved to Jl. Taman Jimbaran no.1, Mumbul, Kuta Selatan, District Nusa Dua, Bali.
- Renon (Denpasar, Southeast Bali) – Jl. D.I. Pandjaitan No.3, Dangin Puri Klod, Denpasar Timur, Bali. Phone: 0361.227.828
- Singaraja (North Bali) – Jl. Seririt, Desa Pemaron, Singaraja, Kec. Buleleng, Bali. Phone: 0362.321.74
Give yourself at least 7 business days (or more) to take care of your VOA extension, and pay special attention to holidays and local celebrations when the offices will be closed, which could cause delays. Offices are typically open from 8am to 4pm (and closed from 12 to 1pm for lunch), Monday through Friday.
Pro Tips: Get there as early as possible to avoid long lines, crowds and midday traffic, and be sure to wear appropriate clothing (pants, long skirts, or basically anything that doesn’t look like you just came from the club or the beach). There was a poster of Kate Middleton as an example of appropriate clothing, and Rihanna as an example of inappropriate clothing, if that helps you.
What to Bring to Immigration
At the old Ngurah Rai Bypass location, there was a copy place just next door to prepare all of your paperwork. Since I have not personally visited the new Nusa Dua office or any of the others, I cannot say whether this applies. My advice is to make copies before you go, or ask around to find the nearest place within walking/biking distance from the immigration office. Either way, making copies shouldn’t be too hard a task.
Items you’ll need include:
- Black Pen
- 2 Copies of Passport Picture Page
- 2 Copies of Departure Plane Ticket from Indonesia
- Copy of Visa on Arrival Receipt (small piece of paper you received at the airport after paying the $35 USD fee)
- Name, Address, Email and Phone Number of your Accommodation
*Note: We had heard mixed reports that we would need a local sponsor to extend our 30 day VOA. This was not the case, though it doesn’t hurt to know the name, address, email and phone number of a local resident just in case. Ask your hotel, villa or homestay owners for references if needed. In the area of the form reserved for our sponsor’s details, we simply used the information for our family members back home and it seemed to work just fine.
Visit #1: Submit your Application
Ask the employees at the counter for a 30 day Visa on Arrival extension application. You will receive a red folder with 2 forms inside.
Fill out both forms in all caps (including the aforementioned sponsor information), and don’t forget to write your reason for traveling and signature on the back side, as well as your name on the front of the folder.
Take a number from the kiosk (likely placed near the entrance) and have a seat until your number is called. When prompted, go to the specified desk and give the immigration officer your red folder, including the forms, your passport and any copies you’ve made. They will let you know if anything needs to be fixed.
Have a seat, listen carefully for your name, and go back up to the desk to collect your receipt with a date and time frame to return, typically around 3 days later. The office keeps your passport, so do not lose your receipt!
Visit #2: Payment, Photos and Fingerprints
On the second visit, the only two things you’ll need to bring are 355,000 IDR in cash and your receipt from the last visit.
Take a number and wait to be called, then submit your receipt and cash payment. You’ll then be given another number and told to sit back down. When your second number is called, go to a different room to have your photo taken and fingerprints scanned.
The officer will give you a receipt telling you when to return to pick up your passport (typically the next day or two), and you’re good to go!
Visit #3: Passport Pick-Up
Your final visit is an easy one. Simply go to the counter with your receipt (you shouldn’t even need to take a number this time), have a seat until you’re called back up, and voila! Your passport will be returned, and you can go back to enjoying your extended time in Bali!
On a final note, there is currently no limit on the number of times you can enter Indonesia, though immigration has recently threatened to cut down on the number of people illegally living and working in Bali by limiting the number of 60 day VOAs allowed per year. We know several people who simply leave the country every 60 days and start the process all over again, as opposed to obtaining a Social, Business or KITAS Visa. It’s ultimately up to you, but ask around for the best advice!
Thank you for reading, and we hope you have a wonderful extended stay in Bali!
Are there offices in Ubud,. Lovina, or Amed? Lombok? Thanks. I am not sure where I will be.
Hey Eddie. From what I remember, the only locations are the ones I’ve listed above. None in any of those locations (perhaps with the exception of Lombok, but I’m not sure) you’ve asked about. Best of luck!
The Immigration office Singaraja is located in the village of Pemaron, which belongs to the Lovina area.
So sorry if this sounds silly. Could I be on my 30 day first, and when I decide to extend the stay then I’d go up for extension? How much time in between should I give between expiry of first 30 days and the next?
Many thanks 🙂
Hey Alyssa, no worries. If I understand your question correctly, you cannot extend the free 30 day VOA. If you plan on being in the country for more than 30 days (but less than 60), you need to purchase the $35 USD Visa on Arrival at the immigration counter at Bali’s Ngurah Rai International Airport and then give yourself 7 business days to do the extension before the original 30 day visa expires. Hope that helps 🙂
Thank s for very good information.
I am planning to visit Bali with an aim to study the genealogy of Balinese Hindu. If God helps I intend to open an Ashram to serve the Balinese Hindu community especially children and senior citizens who are lonely.
Pl guide me what should I do.
I am 78 and from India.
Hi Chandrakant! That sounds like a lovely plan. Unfortunately since I don’t know anything about creating community organizations in Bali, I’m no help. Best of luck, and my suggestion is to reach out to others who may have started similar communities in the past. Best of luck to you!
Thanks for providing all the information on the visas.
I’m in Bali on a 30 day tourist visa which I didn’t pay for on arrival so I understand it can’t be extended in Bali. I would like to stay in Bali longer than 30 days so I am looking at options to be able to do this.
There is a flight from Bali to Singapore that leaves late (10;15pm) then there is a returning flight at 5am from Singapore.
Do you know if I would then be able to get another Visa on Arrival when I land back into Bali? I would only have been gone from Bali for about 15 hours but is a different date ie leaving on 4 April and arriving back on 5th April.
I appreciate any advice you may have.
Hey Keryn, I do believe you’d be able to get another 30 Day Visa at that point (or pay for the VOA so you can extend it this time). I don’t think there’s a time limit for you being gone from the country, though you may want to make sure with an immigration officer there, or with your consulate in your home country. Let us know how it works!
there is no time limit I have been flying to Singapore stop by the US naval base for several hours and him back on the plane to return to Jarkarta (same day) and have had no problem in getting my visa stamped for an additional 30 days
What if I leave the country, Indonesia, for more than 30 days, can I then get a new visa for 30 days? We are going to Australia and would like to come back to Bali
This is great information and so helpful for people who haven’t traveled to Bali before.
I currently have a tourist visa and will be studying abroad for the month of May. Following that, I will be interning at an orphanage until July 5th. However, my visa, if I’m reading correctly, is 7 days short. Just to clarify – I am eligible for getting the VOA?
Hey Risa, thanks for reading. Not quite sure what you’re asking, but everyone is eligible for a VOA, you just need to decide whether it’s best to pay the penalty fee for any days exceeding 30 or pay the original fee for the 30 day VOA and go through the hassle of extending it to 60 days.
Hey Alyssa, thank you so much for your post! I’m planning to renew my visa on the 23rd June (I arrive on the 2nd June and leave 25th July) however, I have noticed that there are some public holidays at the end of June. Do you think this will cause problems for my visa extension? Thanks in advance.
Possibly. Just give yourself more time to get it done – more than 7 business days – and you should be fine. Cheers!
I’m looking to extend my visa on arrival which I paid for but still have 16 days left on my current visa. Is there a certain amount of time I have to have left on my visa before I can apply for an extension?
Hey Paddy, as I’ve written, you should give yourself at least 7 business days (or more) to take care of your VOA extension, and pay special attention to holidays and local celebrations when the offices will be closed, which could cause delays. Other than that, there is no ruling on having a specified amount of time left on your original VOA before you can start applying for the extension.
Hi Kesley great info ive just extended my voa and just a couple new updates mate … NO CASH is accepted at immigration offices any longer must pay at BCA Mandiri or Post office and only 1 copy of passport photo page ,VOA stamp not receipt, and exit flight .. other than that your step by step is PERFECT good job thanks for making it so ckear and it is easy to do .
Ahh okay, good to know Dan! Thanks so much for the update!
I was just wondering when extending your VOA is it advisable to provide the immigration staff with copies of a one-way flight to Singapore as opposed to providing them with copies of a return ticket, i.e. blatantly showing them that you have every intention of returning, the very next day in my case (greater than 24hrs though), and repeating the process.
Hey Lennon, good question. In my opinion I can’t see that it would make much of a difference either way, though it might be in your best interest to provide just the one way ticket in case they start cracking down on the process of leaving and returning immediately. At least then they will not have any record of your plans to come back so soon.
Hello, i have a question can you maybe recommend a good Sponsor for a Sosial Budaya? 🙂
Hi Schenni, I have listed that information in this post – https://baliinformationguide.com/social-cultural-visa-bali/.
Do you have e-mail address how I could reach you? 🙂
We have just been through this process (June 2017) and there are a few things that were different to this guide:
– if you are extending your 30 day VOA for another 30 days you do NOT need a reference, there is a space to fill one in but they told us to leave it blank.
– you only need one photocopy of your passport and plane ticket, not 2
– you need a photocopy of your visa in your passport, not the visa reciept
– make sure your plane ticket has your name on it, we had a booking for two people under one name but this was not accepted, we needed to print the full itinerary.
You can print and photocopy at the immigration office in Denpasar for a small fee (about 5,000 for each)
Another thing to add- we were staying in Ubud but moving to Canggu after our visa extension, they said they would only accept our Ubud address and they can’t do it if we are staying in Canggu, we have no idea why this was so just put our Ubud address
we are a family or 5 (kids 7,5,3yrs old) we will be staying in bali a total of 37 days. Do all 5 of us have to go to the immigration office to complete the extension? Or can my husband do it on our behalf if he has all the paper work? Thank you any info will be greatly appreciated.
Hi Tash, unfortunately I do not know, so can’t accurately answer that question for you. Best of luck and let us know what you find out. Cheers!
Too late to help you but maybe I can help someone else with this answer. As stated there are 3 visits total so for me and my family of 4 I was able to go by myself for the 1st and 3rd visit to fill out the paperwork and to pick up the passports but for the second visit, all of your family will need to be there because they are going to need to take their photos and fingerprints. Hope this helps someone. Obviously bring with you all of the passports and 1 of each of the required photocopies. I made the mistake of photocopying the visa receipt and not the stamp in the Passport. If you do the same then there is a little cafe near the immigration office that will make copies.
Do you have to have evidence of a flight out of Indonesia before you apply for an extention as I am travelling and have not decided my next destination yet (so have therefore not booked my flight)?
Thanks for your help.
Hi Liam, as it states in the post, we had to show exit tickets before boarding our original flight to Bali, and also had to show copies of our exit flight in order to apply for the extension. My recommendation would be to book a cheap ticket to Kuala Lumpur or Singapore if you haven’t decided, as you can always change the details later.
Hi Can we extent our VOA (35$ paid) directly after our arrival in Bali (the next day for example)
Not 100% sure about this, but yes, I do believe you can begin the extension process immediately after arrival.
They told us to wait at least a week. Not sure why or if this was just one officer saying this.
Thank YOU for making pages like this. Just saved me so much damn stress. Cheers !
Thanks for reading, Gina! Happy (stress-free) travels.
HI. I am flying to Jakarta on Monday (11/14 ) and staying until 12/23. So that is a total of 40 days. If I have my flight already booked to Tokyo on 12/23-will they still let me in or does the departure flight need to be within 30 days of arrival? I can’t quite understand if that’s an issue when reading on travel sights or not.
Is it more time consuming to deal with the process of extension or just fly for an overnight or long day trip to Singapore? Flights are $160 RT
Thank you so much.
Hey Jill, you should have no problem getting in. If asked, tell the immigration agents you are planning on extending your Visa on Arrival within the initial 30 days. This should be clear when you pay for your VOA, as any stay less than 30 days is free for residents of most countries. I don’t think there will be a need to fly to Singapore. Best of luck!
Hi Kelsey, Thank you for all the information you posted, I am staying 43 days in Bali and have contacted the embassy, flight centres and have ended up very confused, but now it all makes sense (thank you again). My only question is: when we arrive in Bali, do we go through Customs first and then buy the 30 day visa at the immigration counter, I would assume they would be closed together. Thank you for all your valuable information.
Hey Christine, I actually don’t quite remember how it’s all set up at the airport, but regardless of whether you go through customs or speak to an immigration officer first (I believe customs is typically the final step), it will be super obvious once you arrive. Cheers!
Hi was just wondering how long did the whole process take. I am coming from ubud and going to stay in the jimbaran area to do my extension so wondering how long I would have to stay there for. Also how many hours on each given day did you have to spend at the imigrasi office. thankyou
Hey Michele, as stated in the post, this process typically takes anywhere from a week to 10 days. Depending on how busy the immigration office is, each visit should take no more than an hour. I recommend getting there as soon as it opens to avoid long lines. Best of luck!
What a pain in the ass…so basically we have to blow 7 to 10 days of precious holiday time running back n fourth and waiting around a (no doubt) over cowded immigration office just to cover my one extra day over 30 day visa.smh
Indeed, Daryl. Alternately, you could a) hire an agent to take care of this process for you in exchange for money and less of your time, or b) pay the fine and deal with the consequences of overstaying your visa for one day, though if you plan on coming back regularly, I would not recommend it. Up to you!
Really helpful! This is helping my anxiety!
I don’t have the most straight forward case but I think have worked it out!
Have you had a 30 day visa, then left and applied for the social visa? Or two tourist visas then a social visa? Do you see any issues with with? I am spending two different tours In borneo In jan and Dec, then moving to Java with a social visa at end of Jan all going to plan.
With unforseen circumstances, leading to late confirmation of schedule and an odd schedule im very nervous about being rejected at the boarder. But with onward tickets they should be fairly Ok by the sounds of your posts.
Thanks for the great blog!
Hey Billy, I did the 60 day VOA, then in that time, hired an agent to help me with the Social Cultural Visa and then flew to Singapore to finish up the process. Should be the same rules for a 30 day VOA as well. I’d say you should be good to go, but let us know what happens. Good luck!
A really informative post. Thanks
1. The immigration office you should attend depends on where you are staying in Bali, or at least on the address you provide Imigrasi when you go to extend your visa. If you go to the Denpasar office you will have to state a Denpasar address. Go to the Jimbaran office you will need to state an address south of Denpasar – Kuta or Jimbaran, for example. Go to the Denpasar office and give them a Kuta address they will tell you to go to the Jimbaran office and visa versa if you give a Denpasar address at the Jimbaran office.. Outside of Denpasar/south Bali, I don’t know.
2. It is possible to submit your extension application up until the final date of your visa and it will still get processed without any problems, but still best to submit a few days prior to the last date.
Thanks for your input, Peter! Great info that we weren’t aware of.
My name is mian said iam stay Abu dhabi I need visit viaza Indonesia
Hi Miansaid, you will have to contact your nearest Indonesian Embassy or look online for more information about visa requirements from the UAE.
A question do you have to come the day they mention for the photo or can you come a day later? This as i would like to a small trip but the date interferes…
Hi Janne, as far as I know, this is no big deal as long as you are out of the country before your visa expires.
What happens if you cannot make the date given for your second visit? Thanks janne
Quote from the article:
“Since you’ll need to go to the same office a total of 3 times (likely all within a week to 10 days), you’ll want to choose the one that’s most convenient.”
You may want to change this. They refused my visa on arrival extension in the Denpasar office because the address I filled in was in Canggu. They said I need to go to the Nusa Dua office for that. So apparently each office covers certain areas (I don’t know which areas exactly). It’s not based on proximity either. For me the Denpasar office was the closest one, yet I still need to go to Nusa Dua.
Hmm that’s interesting, John. Hadn’t heard that one before, but good to know! Thanks for the update.
Had the same issue when extending in Denpasar office. Even though was staying in the very corner of Kerobokan, which was only a 15min ride, they sent me away (after 45min wait) to Nusa Dua
..Kerobokan and Canggu seems to be covered by Nusa Dua office.
Our stay is 70 days and we are planning on arriving in Bali and getting a free 30 tourist visa but leaving on the 10th day they do a short Singapore trip, then coming back on the 12th day. hoping to this time get a 30 day extendable visa. Just unsure if the full 30 days of the free tourist visa needs to be used up before we can get a new one when re-entering Bali? or does it automatically become voided when you exit the country?
Hope this makes sense, cheers 🙂
Hey there, Shaun. The full 30 days does not have to be used up to get a new 30 day VOA when re-entering, but if you choose to go through the process to extend your visa to 60 days and then leave, I’m pretty positive it will be void upon re-entering.
Thanks you! I really appreciate the promptness if your reply! Really clears things up for me 🙂
Hi Shaun, these pages are very helpful, thanks! 1 more question: would you happen to know if one enters on the free 30 day VOA and leaves Bali on the 35th day?? I guess a fine needs to be paid? I was wondering if that would be (almost) same fine & saving a lot of hassle and time compared to buying a 30 day USD35 VOA + extension….
Hey, Sonja. The fine for overstaying your visa less than 60 days is around 300,000 IDR per day. For overstaying 5 days, that’s roughly $100 USD, so even with the fee for an agent and the paid VOA (approximately $85 USD), it is cheaper to go through the visa extension process. This also helps if you plan on returning to Bali – or Indonesia – frequently, as it never looks great when you overstay your visa and can hurt your chances of getting a visa again later on.
I want to extend my visa in Bali for the extra 30 days. Should I pay to change my airline ticket before or after applying for the extension. Should I assume I can get the extension?
I have accidently overstayed my free 30 day VoA !!
Could you please advise what it is best I do.
Thanks so much
Hey Jane, sorry for the late reply. I’m guessing you have this figured tout by now, but the best thing to do is buy an immediate plane ticket out and pay the associated fine for overstaying your visa. Best of luck!
Hi there – we entered the country without any visas as thought this was no longer required. We will be 5 days over our 30 day automatic tourist stay. Obviously from the posts we have options. What do you suggest we do. Is it worth going back to the airport to try and get a USVisa? then extend this, if at all possible? We have already been in bali 13 days.
If I were you I would get in touch with a local visa agent and ask for their advice/assistance. They may be able to come gather your documents and handle the majority of the process for you. My advice is to avoid overstaying your visa if at all possible, as you’ll likely not want to deal with the hassle of paying the overstay fee before you leave and it could hurt your chances to come back to Indonesia later on. Best of luck!
Hi there. Thank you for all the detail advice. I just figured out this page while trying to apply my last min visa since I will be staying in Bali for 42 days. I am flying to Bali on March 6 and just find out that I need to apply a visa for staying over 30 days. I know it would be too late for me to receive on the day that I depart which said it takes 3 consecutive working days. Shall I still apply for my visa before I depart and authorize a 3rd party to help me collect the visa and mail to me while I stay in Bali? do I still allow to enter with the free 30 days VOA? or I can just directly purchase the $35 USD Visa on Arrival at the immigration counter at Bali’s Ngurah Rai International Airport?
We are planning to stay and travel around Bali and Lombok for two months during May and June and understand the visa situation….but….is it enough to show them a return ticket Back to Australia end of September as we will be travelling throughout other parts of Asia during July August and September with no exact plans as to the travel route….
Hey Marg, I would say this would definitely be okay, as long as you also have proof of leaving the country within the allotted visa timeframe, if that applies to your trip timing & route. If you want to be extra safe, you could always call the airline or a visa agent to double check.
Hello, what is the easiest way to get a social / cultural visa for Bali.?I’m confused about the return ticket. So as not to lose money on the return flight how do I go about it, would if be best to book a return ticket to Singapore and get an extension that way? I would like to stay at least 3 months with the intention of staying longer if desired.can you please advise.??
Hey Lesley, see our guide for getting a Social Cultural Visa for assistance: https://baliinformationguide.com/social-cultural-visa-bali/
I fly to Bali on Saturday for 6 weeks and will have to use an agent to extend the visa as I am moving around with the last 3 weeks being on islands.
Can I start the visa extension process with an agent in Ubud as soon as I arrive?
I will be in Ubud for I week, then Munduk for a few days, then back in Ubud for a few days, then Seminyak or Canggu for 3 days.
My understanding is that the agent will have my passport to start the process, I will have to go to Jimbaran immigration office to provide fingerprints/photo’s and then back to the agents Ubud office 7-10 days later to get my passport back.
If this is correct, I will need to do it as soon as I get there..
Can anyone clarify?
Hi Karen, as far as I understand, it will be best for you to find an agent/immigration office in whichever area of the island you plan to be able to travel back to the easiest and most frequently to get this done. Yes, you should be able to start the process immediately after you arrive, but you may want to clarify with your agent to make sure you will only need to make one trip to Jimbaran. Best of luck!
[…] If, however, you’d like to stay for 60 days, then you’ll need to visit the immigration counter before immigration and purchase a $35 visa, which can later be extended. Since we only stayed in Bali for the 30 days, we didn’t need to do the extension. For information on extending check out this useful resource. […]
Can I extend my Visa as soon as I arrive in Bali after i have left airport as I will be in the Mentawaii’s when my paid VOA runs out?
just wandering if you were able to extend your visa as soon as you arrived. I’m planning to do the same 🙂 Thanks!
Thanks so much for a such a detailed explanation, but the information is a bit old, now to extend
A VOA the cost is 500.000 K and one day of overstay will cost you 1.000.000 million rupiah. I suggest that everyone should do the extension process on there own, and avoid using The agent, especially if you have children, the price is the same as for adults, so it will cost 1.500.000 Rupiah for 3 people and if using a agent it will be doubled. It’s super easy to do it yourself! Best of luck and enjoy your stay in the island of Gods!!!
I went through the process as described to extend my visa for 30 days. However, when I returned the third time they did not return my passport as described. They told me they needed more time to “contact my bank”. They asked for my phone number and email and said they would contact me when my passport was ready for pickup. Can I assume that I will get a 30 day extension? My first 30 days ei over tomorrow. I started the process 10 days ago and was well within the first 30 days. Thanks!
I overstayed a few years ago by a couple of days (count your days very carefully! As soon as you arrive that’s one day!). It was no issue, I went to an office and paid $20 per day. I hear now it’s 100 000 Rp (aboutUS $65? per day) so it’s pricier. For the person who commented about getting one extra day, this would be the best option.
Are you able to get 35 dollar visa on arrival at denpasar airport?
Yes, as that is the only major airport on Bali.
Does anyone know if I can change my sponsor to extend my retirement visa 319
Also any agents in Lovina / Singaraja
Hello! We are heading to Singaraja to extend our visa and have already booked our flight out of Indonesia but the information is on our iphone and laptop in email. How can we make copies of this? Is there a printer at immigration? Thanks!!
Do I have to have a return ticket in order to get the extension?
It would be helpful to say that the visa office closes at 2pm. I travelled all the way from Mas, Ubud on a scooter only to be turned away a few minutes after 2pm.
Good initiative but misleading info, please fix the needed documents part. I just came back from immigration office in Denpasar:
Black Pen – not needed (gonna be provided)
Passport – yes
2 Copies of Passport Picture Page – only one is needed
2 Copies of Departure Plane Ticket from Indonesia – only 1 is needed
Copy of Visa on Arrival Receipt (small piece of paper you received at the airport after paying the $35 USD fee) – incorrect. What is needed is a copy the passport page where you got your visa label. Forget the visa on aarival receipt (small piece of paper you received at the airport) – this one is not needed.
Name, Address, Email and Phone Number of your Accommodation – yes, correct, just say you came from Ubud (if visiting Denpasar’s immigration office), otherwise they will send you to Jimbaran.
P.s making copies available on the spot, just outside the building 50 meters away.
Hi. Do you know if the visa office at the airport is open 24/7 and public holidays? We arrive very around midnight just after Christmas and want to stay for 59 days following the process you have clearly described.