Thai Visa in Bali - Thailand Consulate / Embassy in Bali, Denpasar

Thai Visa in Bali is issued by Royal Thai Consulate in Denpasar as there is no Thai Embassy in Bali. Getting Thailand Visa in Bali is convenient if you are traveling around Southeast Asia or just doing your visa run from Thailand to Indonesia.

Thai Visa in Bali - Thailand Consulate / Embassy in Bali, Denpasar

Location of Thai Consulate in Bali

The new address of Royal Thai Consulate in Denpasar (Bali) is:

Royal Thai Honorary Consulate
Jalan Ciungwanara IV, No. 26 (Baru) / 22 (Lama)
Renon, Denpasar
Bali
Indonesia

Royal Thai Consulate is located in the center of Denpasar, just about 200 m from Bajra Sandhi Monument. For getting to the consulate, you need to take a taxi or ojek (motorbike taxi). As Royal Thai Consulate is in residential area, it is not a well-known destination for local drivers. However, Google Maps can do the job quite well.

Contact Number

Contact number of Royal Thai Consulate in Bali is still the same:

+62 812-3825-542 (09:00 - 16:00, Monday - Friday)

Opening Hours

Thai Consulate in Bali is open Monday to Friday, except of Thai and Indonesian national holidays.

Visa Application

Visa applications at Thai Consulate in Bali can be submitted on weekdays, from 09:00 to 12:00.

Visa Collection

Passports at Thai Consulate in Bali can be collected on weekdays, from 13:30 to 16.00.

Thailand Visa in Bali

Royal Thai Consulate in Bali issues Thailand Single Entry Tourist Visa to tourists of any nationality. This type of Thai visa is issued to tourists who intend to visit Thailand for no longer than 60 days from the day of arrival. Single Entry Tourist Visa is valid for entering Thailand once within 3 months from the date of issue which can be found on visa sticker.

Documents Required for Thai Visa in Bali

For getting Thailand Visa in Bali, you will need to prepare all the listed documents:

  1. Thailand Visa application form that will be given at the consulate (tips for filling the form can be found here: How to fill Thailand visa application form)
  2. 2 recent photographs, sized 3.5 x 4.5 cm
  3. Passport which is valid for at least 6 months from the day of arrival in Thailand
  4. Bank statement showing at least 700 USD (8,000,000 IDR) for the past 6 months (printed out bank account statement from internet banking system will be fine)
  5. Evidence of accommodation in Thailand (hotel booking confirmation)
  6. Tickets for the journey to Thailand and out of the country
  7. Application Fee of 560,000 IDR (must be paid in cash in Indonesian Rupiah and is non-refundable)

Multiple Entry Visa

Thailand Multiple Entry Tourist Visa at Thai Consulate in Bali is issued only to the citizens of Indonesia or Indonesian residents with Temporary Resident Permit (KITAS) or Permanent Resident Permit (KITAP).

When applying for Multiple Entry Tourist Visa the list of required documents is as follows:

  1. Thailand Visa application form that will be given at the consulate (tips for filling the form can be found here: How to fill Thailand visa application form)
  2. 2 recent photographs, sized 3.5 x 4.5 cm
  3. Passport which is valid for at least 6 months from the day of arrival in Thailand
  4. Copy Temporary Resident Permit (KITAS) or Permanent Resident Permit (KITAP) (for non-Indonesian applicants)
  5. Letter of employment
  6. Bank statement showing at least 7,000 USD (80,000,000 IDR) for the past 6 months
  7. Evidence of accommodation in Thailand (at least for the first trip)
  8. Tickets for the journey to Thailand and out of the country (at least for the first trip)
  9. Application Fee of 2,800,000 IDR (must be paid in cash in Indonesian Rupiah and is non-refundable)

How to get Thai Visa in Bali

The appointment is not required at Thai Consulate in Bali so you can just walk in. Make sure to go there during visa application hours (before noon) as in the afternoon visa applications are not accepted.

At the consulate you will get visa application form that must be dully filled-in. Like in any other Thai Embassy or Consulate, you need to provide personal data and trip details, such as duration of proposed stay and address in Thailand.

Thai Consulate will keep all submitted documents. Prepare all required copies in advance as copy services at the consulate are not provided.

Submit the application form and all the required documents (listed above) to the officer who will check if all required documents are submitted.

Processing of Thai visa in Bali takes 3 working days. No same-day visa service is provided. If you will be applying on Monday morning, your passport with visa in it can be collected on Wednesday afternoon.

Tips

Citizens of specific countries such as China, India and few others (full list of the countries can be seen in one of the photos here: How to get Thai Visa in Bali) must submit 3 or 4 application forms and photographs.

When planning a trip to the Royal Thai Consulate, check both Thai & Indonesian holidays.

Another place where you can get Thai visa in Indonesia is Thai embassy in Jakarta.