Duration: 4 Days / 3 Nights
Validity: May 01, 2018 – March 31, 2019
Bali’s beautiful beaches and shimmering rice paddies have made it a justifiably famous tourist destination – but there’s so much more of Indonesia waiting to be explored.
Kuta is the center of entertainments and has become the favorite destination of multinational visitors. It has everything a tourist looks for i.e. white-sandy beach, rows of excellent bars and restaurants, discotheques, and entertainment spots for an enjoyable nightlife. Rows of kiosks selling souvenirs and everything a tourist need such as garments or latest CDs and cassettes are available along the main road with reasonable prices.
Seminyak is Bali's most stylish and upscale beach resort area. It's home to among the island's most luxurious resorts. It also hosts a number of fine restaurants and boutiques. Fashion stores line Seminyak's streets. You can also find some of Bali's top dining spots where international chefs cook up world-class cuisine. The scenes along Jalan Petitenget and Jalan Kayu Aya can be quite eclectic.
There is no other place like Bali. There is a special vibe, an essence, something authentic that is difficult to describe, which has touched and inspired visitors from all over the world - something to do with the Balinese themselves and their warm and welcoming character.
Nationals of the following countries DO NOT REQUIRE A VISA to enter Indonesia for a short visit of up to 30 (thirty) days (through all entry points): Philippines, Chile, Morocco, Peru, Ecuador, Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore, Hong Kong
For residents of United Arab Emirates, please check – How to Apply Indonesia VISA
Non-residents of UAE, please contact Indonesia Embassy near at your place.
The following nationalities can apply VISA ON ARRIVAL in Indonesia: Algeria, Bahrain, Brazil, China, Egypt, India, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Russia, South Africa, Tunisia, UAE, UK.