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Pay as You Come

Bali by the Numbers: Visa-on-Arrival Collection Increase 13.3% in Q3 2013

(12/8/2013) The Bali Post reports that fees collected for Visa-On-Arrival (VOA) in Bali during the third-quarter of 2013 totaled US$18.7 million, increasing 15.14% over the amount collected in the second-quarter of 2013.

Citizen of a large number of countries are able to purchase a visa-on-arrival valid for 30-days use upon arriving in Bali and paying a US$25 fee. Visitors from certain select countries, including ASEAN member states, are exempted from obtaining a VOA.

A report published by Bank Indonesia states that VOA receipts increased 13.31% during Q-3 2013 when compared to the same quarter in 2012.

On a cumulative basis from January – September 2013 Bali welcomed record 2.4 million foreign tourists.

Best Year Ever for Bali Arrivals