Getting into Bali
Foreign nationals may enter Indonesia through various land checkpoints, airports, and seaports all over the country. The most direct way to get to Bali is take a commercial flight into Ngurah Rai International Airport (IATA code: DPS). It is a well-connected airports servicing many major carriers from all over the world.
Although many nationalities are allowed to enter Indonesia for tourism purposes using visa-on-arrival, some visitors might still be required to apply for a visa in advance from their home countries. Please check your entry requirements with the Indonesian embassy/consulate in your home country or visit the Directorate General of Immigration website.
- We strongly advise participants to personally check entry and visa requirements before making travel arrangements as there might be conditions specific to your country that you might not be aware of. For most accurate information please contact the Indonesian embassy/consulate in your home country.
- The organizers will NOT issue any Letter of Sponsorship or Letter of Guarantee if you are required to do so by the host country’s government. It is the participants’ sole responsibility to obtain such documents.
- The organizers will not refund anyone due to visa rejections or if the participant is barred from entering the country.
- The organizers are also not obliged to appeal against the government decision on behalf of the applicant.
- In no event will we be liable for any loss or damage including without limitation, indirect or consequential loss or damage, or any loss or damage whatsoever arising from loss of data or profits arising out of, or in connection with, the information provided on this page.