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1. Posted by caza (Budding Member 3 posts) 10y

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Hi
I know this is probably asked a million times but I can't find any information. I'm travelling to Bali in a few weeks and I'm still unsure whether I can get a visa on arrival or not. I know there was a press release a few months ago about Ireland being added to the list of countries that are entitled to a VOA, but I can't find any official info on it. Any help would be appreciated
Thanks

2. Posted by jackboy (Inactive 350 posts) 10y

Hi
Please do not think I am being rude as I am from Belfast.
Northern Ireland is not Irish,you would be travelling with a UK passport and you do not require a Visa with a UK passport before getting to Indonesia,you will be issued a 30day Visa at the Airport on Arrival,cost 20-30$US??.
If you where from the Irish Republic and travelling with an Irish passport you do not need a Visa before travelling as it is the same as above.
Check www.indo.com.tplan/visa.html
Enjoy your trip and Bali
al de bes

3. Posted by caza (Budding Member 3 posts) 10y

Hi
Please do not think I am being rude....but, as you are from Belfast I'm very surprised that you don't realise that we in fact have dual citizenship. This entitles us to hold an Irish passport and/or British passport. Please do not turn a genuine visa question into anything else but that.
But thank-you for answering my question

4. Posted by zags (Respected Member 370 posts) 10y

You can find the information on http://www.indonesianembassy.org.uk/consular_visa.html