Tourism Tax IDR 150,000 per traveler

Speculation has arisen regarding the possibility of this fee being valid for a specific duration, such as 30 days, but as of now, no official indications support this idea. The tax, it appears, will continue to be enforced on a per-visit basis.

However, this tax does not extend to travelers visiting the nearby Nusa Penida, Nusa Lembongan, and Nusa Ceningan, as they are part of the Bali Province. The tourism tax is, fundamentally, a local, provincial tax that is in the final stages of approval by the Provincial Government and relevant central government authorities.

For those flying into Indonesia via other cities like Jakarta, Yogyakarta, Medan, or Labuan Bajo, and subsequently taking domestic flights to Bali on or after February 14, 2024, the tourism tax will also be applicable upon arrival at I Gusti Ngurah Rai Airport’s domestic terminal.

According to officials, steps have already been taken to ensure a seamless payment process upon arrival. The IDR 150,000 fee must be settled in Indonesian Rupiah, although international cards will be accepted.