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Posted on October 27 2022

Visit Bali with Indonesia’s new “Second Home Visa” for 5 or 10 years

By  Editor
Updated May 25 2023

Highlights of Indonesia's new “Second Home Visa”

  • Indonesia is attracting wealthy tourists and digital nomads to visit Bali with its new “Second Home Visa”.
  • The new visa is scheduled to be brought into effect on Christmas of 2022.
  • The validity of the new visa will be 5 or 10 years.
  • Interested tourists must have at least 2 billion Rupiah (USD130,000) in their bank accounts in order to qualify for the visa.
While a visit to Indonesia, with a plan to travel Bali, is interesting enough, now, the Indonesian government is making it even more attractive for wealthy tourists. Bali is the best bet Indonesia has to attract tourists from around the world. With a new visa being introduced, Indonesia is utilizing the appeal of a destination like Bali on people globally.

What’s the new visa?

Indonesia will launch a new “Second Home Visa” with 5 and 10-year validity, for tourists from around the world who have at least 2 billion Rupiah (USD130,000) in the bank. The targeted people are wealthy tourists and digital nomads. Indonesia is eyeing international tourists who will bring valuable foreign currency to the country. Tourism is a vital industry in this country and the country is planning to improve and utilize it further with new measures. Indonesia is cashing in on the new trend of a growing number of digital nomads too. These are professionals who are capable of working from any location in the world using the power of the internet. This new way of working gained popularity during the COVID-19 pandemic. Also read: Indonesia announces a 5-year work visa for digital nomads

Indonesia’s migrant strategies

In 2021, Indonesia started making plans for a digital nomad visa. The country wanted visitors to Bali, which is the country’s best tourist destination for international tourists. This new visit visa enables eligible international tourists to visit Bali for an extended period of time. The “Second Home Visa” will be launched on Christmas day of 2022, coinciding with a large number of tourist arrivals. Indonesia is happening these days as the G20 Summit will be held in Bali in November 2022. The summit is due to happen on November 15 and 16 of 2022. If you are willing to tour abroad, talk to Y-Axis, the leading immigration and career consultant in Australia. If you find this blog engaging, you may also like: Special UAE Golden Visas to attract Tech Firms


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