Bali is surely on your bucket list of your upcoming vacation destinations, but you must keep in mind that almost 85% of all legal problems faced by tourists in Bali are regarding Visa. You might mind being a bit visa savvy before you book your tickets, after all, no one prefers to have a swift return ticket back to home as you will be deported back to your home country instead of having a marvelous and intoxicating vacation in Bali.
Visa on Arrival
Indian tourists can breathe a sigh of relief as you won’t have to run around doing pesky paper work before your trip. Indian citizens are eligible for Visa on Arrival for 30days.
- Ensure that your passport has a minimum validity of six months.
- Though you may not need it, keep a copy of your bank statement ready to ensure that you can afford the holiday.
- Keep a print of your flight ticket in and out of the country at hand for reducing the time you spend at the customs office.
- You will have to pay around 2200 INR to get access to Bali. It’s a fixed charge.
- Fill out your arrival card and keep it ready before you land.
Arrival and departure card
You may be watching a movie, taking a nap or listening to cool music on your flight when you’ll be handed an arrival and departure card, which you have to fill up. Keeping details about your passport, flight and your place of stay in Bali will be handy for avoiding unwanted rustle for overhead luggage. Keep the departure card for when you will leave Bali.
Make sure that you don’t carry more than 25 cigars, 200 cigarettes, 100 gm sliced tobacco, 1 litre alcohol per passenger or any knives, explosives, fire arms or more than 100,000,000 Indonesian Rupiah to have a pleasant stay as custom and security officials doesn’t think twice before taking any action.