Hi Namratha, I just came from a fantastic one week trip from Bali. The place is awesome and people are super friendly. And to top it all Visa is free on arrival. Here is a link to the blog based on my trip. Going through this might prove to be helpful in planning your trip well. You can DM me for any query.
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Indians do not need to apply for an Indonesia visa abroad. You can just purchase the visa at the arrival hall once you've landed in Indonesia. With this visa, you can stay for more than 30 days but only up to 60 days from the date of arrival
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How much does it cost?? is there no Visa exemption pass/ stamp to stay within 30 days?? Do I have to show 100USD per day as proof of sufficient funds for my expenses for staying in Bali ? N how do I show it ? Should it be in cash or I can have it in my account??
Hi Namratha! Indian tourists do not need a visa for travelling to Bali. You just need to get a Visa Exemption Stamp from the immigration counter. This stamp allows you stay in the country for 30 days only.
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Thank u for ur response! Is there anything that we have to provide i.e like documents, money proofs to stay or something like that??
Indonesia has visa on arrival for Indians