Bali Tourism Regulation 2024

Bali Tourism Regulation 2024 – Bali is not just an island; it’s an emotion, an experience, and an escape. As of 14th February 2024, to ensure this paradise remains as captivating as ever, the Bali government is introducing the Bali Tourism Fee.

This fee is set at IDR 150,000 per person (approximately USD 10). Payments can be made conveniently through the “Love Bali” website or in-person, ensuring the process remains smooth for travelers. Kura – Kura Bus

This move is grounded in the Bali Province Regulation Number 1 of 2020 and Bali Governor’s Regulation Number 27 of 2020. Both these regulations emphasize tourist contributions for preserving the unique nature and culture of Bali.

Bali’s Iconic Attractions:
Watching Uluwatu Kecak Dance with Sunset sea view
Uluwatu Kecak Dance
Photos of Lempuyang Temple, the gate of heaven
Lempuyang Temple
Tanah Lot Temple, ancient sunset sea temple
Tanah Lot Temple

All the funds collected through this initiative support “Nangun Sat Kerthi Loka Bali”. This is a comprehensive vision for Bali’s future, aimed at maintaining its rich cultural tapestry and preserving its pristine nature.

The government invites contributions, as a form of support, towards the efforts to preserve the nature and culture of Bali. The Provincial Government will use funds from tourist contributions for projects implemented to protect heritage sites around Bali.

As a testament to the government’s commitment, contributions will be channeled into projects centered on the preservation, conservation, and revitalization of Bali’s landmarks. They also aim to enhance the overall tourist experience by developing robust infrastructure.

We Lova Bali Movement - Bali Provincial Goverment

How to Contribute to the Love Bali Tourism Fee:

Option 1: Online Payment via website “Love Bali” 

Access the Love Bali System: Before arriving in Bali, access the Love Bali system either through its web browser-based platform or its mobile app. 

Enter Details: 

  1. Foreign tourists should fill in the required data on the system.
  2. Proceed to the payment section for the tourist levy.  

Choose Payment Method: 

  1. You have options like Debit/Credit card, Bank transfer, virtual account, or QRIS.
  2. Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the payment.

Confirmation: Once the transaction is successful, the Love Bali system will provide a notification confirming the payment, along with a digital payment proof.   

Option 2: In-Person Payment at I Gusti Ngurah Rai International Airport or Benoa Harbor, Bali 

Go to the Payment Counter: Find the counter provided by Bank Rakyat Indonesia (BRI). 


  1. Pay using the payment machine available at the counter.
  2. You can use credit/debit cards or the Electronic Data Capture (EDC) system to make the payment.

Receipt: Once the transaction is successful, you’ll receive a printout and/or a digital payment proof as confirmation. 


Pre-departure Payment: It’s highly recommended for foreign tourists to make the payment before departing for Bali. This ensures a smoother process upon arrival at the I Gusti Ngurah Rai International Airport or Benoa Harbor in Bali. 

Upon Arrival: 

  1. The payment proof will be scanned using scanning devices positioned after the travel document check.
  2. This will be done upon entering the arrival gate.

System Downtime: In case of any payment system disruption, rest assured that foreign tourists can still continue their journey in Bali. 

Remember to have a backup payment method, and ensure you receive and retain any proof of payment, as this will be required upon your arrival in Bali. Safe travels!  Kura-Kura Bus

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