Tourist Levy in Bali: Who Has to Pay and Who Can Be Exempted from The Tax – Visa Agency

Tourist Levy in Bali: Who Has to Pay and Who Can Be Exempted from The Tax

Tourist Levy in Bali: Who Has to Pay and Who Can Be Exempted from The Tax

From February 14, 2024, all foreigners entering Bali will be charged a mandatory tourist tax called Bali Levy of IDR 150,000 (approximately $10).

Moreover, all foreign tourists will have to pay the fee, regardless of where they came to Bali from: from another country or from another part of Indonesia.

Bali Tourist Tax: Levy for Each Visit
Bali Tourist Tax: Levy for Each Visit

Claim Levy Exemption

Holders of KITAS and KITAP, as well as diplomatic, family, student, business and golden visas are exempt from paying tax. However, the application for exemption must be submitted at least 5 days before arrival in Bali.

The island’s authorities say the initiative was taken to preserve Bali’s environment, nature and culture, as well as improve the quality of tourism services.

Where to Pay Bali Tourist Levy?

You can pay the tax online before arriving in Bali through the official website.

Via application Love Bali:

Or upon arrival at Denpasar airport.

To avoid queues at entry, we recommend paying the tax in advance electronically.

How to pay Bali Tourist Levy through the website?

  1. Go to the official website to pay the Bali tourist levy.
  2. Enter your passport details, your email and date of entry into Bali. Select a Payment Method.
  1. After payment, your Levy voucher will be sent to the specified email.
  2. Print your voucher or download it to your phone and be prepared to present it at entry checkpoints.

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