The Directorate-General for Immigration of the Indonesian Ministry of Law and Human Rights has issued the visa on arrival option for tourists from Vietnam and 22 other countries, arriving in Bali on March 7.

You can now come to Bali without all the hassle of travel restrictions! That is, if you’re a citizen of one of the two dozen countries on the list. For now at least.

This policy can only be obtained by tourists entering Indonesia through the Immigration Facility of I Gusti Ngurah Rai Airport in Bali. International tourists arriving through this airport are allowed to travel to other Indonesian regions.

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In a written statement on March 6, Directorate General’s spokesman Achmad Nur Saleh announced that requirements to obtain the special visa are a passport valid for at least six months, a round-trip flight ticket or to transit to another country, and health documents required under the COVID -19 task force policy.

The rate for this special tourist visa on arrival is IDR 500,000 IDR (about US$35) and is valid for up to 30 days of stay and can be extended only once.

In Vietnam, the country will resume pre-pandemic bilateral and unilateral visa waiver policies for foreigners when the country fully reopens international tourism on March 15, 2022.

In the regular press conference held virtually in Vietnam’s capital, Hanoi, on March 3, when asked about updates to visa policy After two years of disruptions caused by COVID-19, Foreign Ministry spokesman Le Thi Thu Hang said that all foreigners and Vietnamese nationals permanently residing abroad, along with their families, can enter the country with valid entry documents, as per the regulations of entry, exit, transit and residence in the country.

Foreigners who want to enter the country for tourism will abide by the regulations of the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism for the time being, the spokesman added.

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Vietnam confirmed a record 162,435 new COVID-19 infections on Tuesday, bringing the national number of cases since the start of the pandemic to 4,776,873, the health ministry reported.

The capital Hanoi still had the highest number of new COVID cases with 32,650.

Twenty of the new national broadcasts were imported and the remainder domestic. The new cases were reported in 62 of 63 counties and cities across the country. A total of 104,353 infections were identified in the community.

Source: Vietnam Insider


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