Do Brazilians need visa to Bali Indonesia

Bali Indonesia Tourist visa for Brazilian citizens

Brazilian citizens do not require a visa to enter Bali, Indonesia for tourism purposes with a stay of up to 30 days, as long as they have a valid passport and a return or onward ticket. This policy is subject to change, it’s always best to check with the Indonesian embassy in Brazil or consult with a visa agency for the most up-to-date information and requirements.

Do you need a visa for Bali?

The short answer is maybe – depending on your nationality. Passport holders from over 60 countries (including the UK, Australia and the United States) can enter Indonesia visa-free for up to 30 days for tourism purposes. An immigration officer will date stamp your passport when you arrive and you will not be able to extend your stay. If you overstay there are hefty fines of IDR 1,000,000 (approximately 70 USD) per day.

If there’s a chance you might want to stay longer than 30 days, you’ll need to pay for a visa on arrival or apply prior to departure at an overseas Indonesian consulate or embassy.

Visa on Arrival (VOA)

If you want to stay a little longer than 30 days, you can buy a VOA at Ngurah Rai International Airport, the main airport in Bali. This visa allows you to stay in Indonesia for 30 days and can be extended for another 30 days onshore. It costs approximately 35 USD, though you can pay in several other currencies including AUD and EUR.

You can extend this visa yourself or through an agent. It’s cheaper to do it yourself, but you’ll need to visit an Immigration office a couple of times to lodge your forms and collect your passport when the visa extension has been processed. Paying the extra for an agent may save time and hassle, and you may also get a quicker turnaround.

Visa on Arrival requirements for Bali

To enter Bali you’ll need to provide the following:

  • proof of onward or return ticket
  • proof of funds to pay for your expenses during your trip
  • completed immigration card (this will usually be given to you on the plane or at the arrival terminal)
  • a passport valid for at least 6 months – local laws require that you be able to show your valid passport at any time when required by an immigration office. We recommend taking a clear photocopy of your passport photo page and visa/entry stamp to carry with you.

If you’re traveling on a visa-free short visit, you must enter and exit from certain airports and seaports in Indonesia including:

  • Jakarta (Soekarno-Hatta Airport)
  • Bali (Ngurah Rai Airport)
  • Yogyakarta (Adisucipto Airport)
  • Surabaya (Juanda Airport)

This currently excludes entry and exit from Lombok (Bandar Udara International Airport). Visa-free short visits cannot be extended or transferred to another type of visa.



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