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Tips for Running a Property Rental Business in Bali

Owning a rental property in Bali can be a lucrative and enjoyable investment. But you've got to know what you're doing! Follow these tips for running a successful property rental business in Bali, Indonesia.

What is a Property Business?


Are you thinking about starting a property rental business in Bali? If so, you'll need to know a few things about running a successful business in this popular tourist destination. Here are some tips to get you started:

1. Know the local laws and regulations. Before you start your business, be sure to research the local laws and regulations regarding rental properties. This will help you avoid any legal problems down the road. We can of course help with this!

2. Find the right location. Location is everything when it comes to running a successful property rental business. You'll want to choose a location that is popular with tourists and has plenty of things to do nearby. It's great to ask Real Estate Agents in the area for their insight before you sign any contracts.

3. Choose the right type of property. There are many different types of properties available for rent in Bali, from villas to apartments. Be sure to choose a type of property that will appeal to your target market.

4. Promote your business. Once you've got everything set up, it's time to start promoting your business. In Bali, the key channels to do this are Estate Agents, Social Media, Airbnb and online directories. However, you will most likely need to employ local professionals to undertake the majority of these activities, as explained further below.

Managing Property in Bali - Key Laws and Regulations


As you might imagine, this is a huge topic and one we won't be able to cover in-depth in one article. However, there are some key things you have to know to have any dealings in property as a foreigner in Bali.

1. If you will earn money within Indonesia, or from assets in Indonesia, you will need a PT PMA. Even if you live at the property and want to rent spare rooms, this counts as a business and you will need a company to undertake these activities. Find out more about setting up a property PMA here.

2. You need to ensure the land or property you lease, rent or buy has the correct permits for the job you want it to do. These may include:

- SLF (formerly IMB)
- Pondok Wisata
- Contract with the owner giving relevant permissions

3. As you will have an Investor KITAS linked to your PMA company, you are expected to manage the business at a high level only. You will need local staff to undertake many of the roles required to manage a property business. You as an Investor cannot:

- Undertake marketing activities
- Meet, greet or pick up guests
- Clean or maintain the property

Interested in Managing a Property Business in Bali?


We'd be delighted to advise you on your Bali business. We offer a 2-hour consultation service where we detail everything you need to know about running a property business in Bali and charge IDR 1,000,000 for this service. However, if you proceed to create your PT PMA with us, this consultation fee is 100% deductible from the price of our services.

Get in touch to find out more.

how to do your first bali visa extension b211 voa visa on arrival KITAS

The first time you do your Bali visa extension you will need to go to immigration to have your fingerprints and photograph taken. This applies to people with the following visas:

Which Indonesian visas are possible to extend?



How long are tourist visas valid before I need to do a visa extension in Bali?


The Bali tourist visas are initially valid for:

  • Visa on Arrival (VOA) - 30 days

  • B211 - Onshore Social Visa & Onshore Tourist Visa - 30 days

  • B211 - Offshore Business Visa & Offshore Tourist Visa - 60 days

  • B211 - Onshore Business Visa - 60 days


How long before expiry do I need to start the Bali visa extension process?


For those with B211a, B211b and VOA you will need to give us your passport and fee 7 days before your visa expires.

To extend a KITAS you will need to go for fingerprints and photos when the KITAS has already been applied for so it is late in the process and we will let you know with at least 1 week's notice when you need to go.

Do I have to got for fingerprints and photographs for every extension?


No. You only need to visit immigration so they can take your fingerprints and photograph the first time you extend your visa. For future extensions you just need to give your passport and the fee to our agents in the Visa Agency Bali Berawa office and we will process the extension entirely for you.

What is the price of a Bali tourist visa extension?


The extension for B211a & B211b onshore and offshore visas is 60 days and the price is IDR 2,750,000.

The extension for Visa on Arrival (VOA) is 30 days and the price is IDR 850,000.

How many extensions can I get?


For the B211 visas you can get the 60 day extension twice. For the VOA you can get the 30 day extension once.

When will I need to go to Bali immigration for fingerprinting?


We will tell you the appointment time to visit immigration. It is usually 7 days after you submit your passport to us for the extension. It will be at Jimbaran or Denpasar immigration office depending on your address in Bali, and we will inform you which office to go to. If you have plans to travel around Indonesia or the island of Bali please let us know so we can make the appointment on the appropriate day.

What are the steps for fingerprinting at Bali immigration?


Before your appointment, we will send you your billing by WhatsApp. Please bring this with you and take the following steps:

  1. Arrive at the Immigration office we told you of 10 minutes before your appointment time

  2. Go to the Customer Service counter and show your billing, you will get a queue number

  3. Wait until your number or your name is called by the officer and come to the fingerprint room

  4. Have your photo and fingerprints taken and give your queue number to the officer who will stamp and sign it

  5. Take a picture of your stamp and signed queue number and send it to us via WhatsApp

  6. When you have had your fingerprints taken, you can leave the Immigration office and we will text you when your visa extension is done.


bali visa extension HOW TO EXTEND YOUR bali tourist VISA on arrival or B211 FINGERPRINTS & PHOTOS AT BALI IMMIGRATION

How long does a Bali visa extension take?


From start to finish the process is usually around 2 weeks. 1 week prior to fingerprinting and then 1 week until you will get your passport back. If you need it faster we can do express service for an additional IDR 1,000,000. If you need to travel around Indonesia it is possible with another form of official ID and a photocopy of your passport.

How do I apply for a visa for Bali?



 

Any questions we've not covered? Get in touch to ask.

get a visa to teach yoga in Bali yoga instructor kitas

We are excited to announce that our agency is now able to help people wanting to work as a Yoga Instructor in Bali.

Teach Yoga in Bali


The jobs you can have with this KITAS are Yoga Instructor, Marketing Manager or Marketing Advisor.


The 12-month KITAS will be under the business classification of SPORTS AND RECREATION EDUCATION SERVICES.

How to legally work as a Yoga Instructor in Bali



  • You can apply onshore or offshore to apply for this visa.

  • Processing the visa offshore takes 3 weeks to get e-Visa to travel to Bali, then 10 days to convert to KITAS when you are here in Bali.

  • Processing the visa onshore takes 1.5 - 2 months.

  • The price for offshore is IDR12,500,000. For onshore it is IDR17,500,000 (from B211.)

  • You will also need to pay 12 months' tax (USD 1200) when you apply for the Yoga Instructor KITAS and if you apply offshore there is an additional visa fee (USD 150.)


To apply for your Yoga Instructor KITAS, we need the following:


For onshore & offshore applications

  • Passport cover and ID page (Validity should be at least 18 months for the 12-month application)

  • Copy colour of Graduated Certificate (Diploma)

  • Copy colour of Reference Letter (from an old employer)

  • Passport style photo size 4 × 6, respectively 2 pieces (red background)

  • Email address and phone number

  • Vaccine Certificate with full doses

  • Copy colour of health or travel Insurance Policy

  • Statement letter of willingness to comply with the health protocols in Indonesia (we will provide a draft for you to sign)

  • Recent bank statement with minimum funds of approximately USD 2,000


Onshore applicants also require:

  • eVisa, payment receipt and Last Visa Stamp B211 (min. valid for 45 days)

  • Statement letter from old sponsor

  • Documents from old sponsor


Get in touch with us today using the form below to discuss how you can work under the Yoga Instructor KITAS in Bali, Indonesia.



 

If you are currently outside of Indonesia you will need to enter Indonesia with the B211 offshore visa. We can then start the process of applying for your KITAS should you wish to work in Bali.

Our agency is also able to help people wanting an Artist (Impresariat) KITAS or in tourism-related roles with a Wisata Tirta KITAS.

How you can work in the arts in Bali Get an Impresariat KITAS with Visa Agency bali

Our agency is delighted to be able to help people wanting an Artist (Impresariat) KITAS! This allows you to work in the Arts, with potential jobs including DJ, Musician, Dancer, Artist, Model and more - find the full list of options below.

The Impresariat job list includes:


Artists, Creators & Performers


2453 | Pengarah Seni | Art Director

2453 | Pengarah Musik | Music Director

2453 | Musisi | Musician

2453 | Penyanyi | Singer

2453 | Disjoki | Disc Jockey

2455 | Aktris/Aktor | Actress/Actor

3473 | Penari | Dancer

3474 | Pemain Akrobat | Acrobatic

3474 | Pemain Sirkus | Circus Player

3474 | Pemain Sirkus | Circus Player

3474 | Pesulap | Magician

5210 | Pengawal Pribadi/Model Iklan | Ad Model

5210 | Peraga Busana | Fashion Model

Directors & Managers


2455 | Manajer Pertunjukan | Show Manager

2455 | Sutradara Film | Film Director

2455|  Pengarah Lampu | Light Director

3474 | Pemandu Karaoke | Karaoke Guide

Check this document (relevant section: Lampiran I) for the full list of jobs you can have with this KITAS. We also have a 12-month KITAS available (relevant section: Lampiran II) for other roles, mainly revolving around tourism management. Please check this blog post for more details.

Working visa for the Arts in Bali, Indonesia


Terms, Timings & Price


The maximum duration for an Impresariat KITAS is 6 months. To process the visa takes 4 weeks with our standard service and 2 weeks with our express service.

The KITAS is only available onshore and the price is IDR12,500,000 for our standard 4-week service. You will also need to pay the visa fee (USD 150) and 6 months' tax (USD 600) upfront. If you have a company that will sponsor your visa the price is IDR 10,500,000. For both options, if you would like our 2-week express service, this will cost an additional IDR 3,000,000.

If you are currently outside of Indonesia you will need to enter Indonesia with the B211 offshore visa. We can then start the process of applying for your Impresariat KITAS.

How to get a visa to work in the Arts in Bali


To apply for your Impresariat KITAS, we need the following:

  • Passport cover and ID page (Validity should be at least 12 months for the 6 month application)

  • Recent bank statement with minimum funds of approximately USD 2000

  • Passport-sized photos 4 cm x 6 cm, taken with formal attire using a white background (digital copies preferred)

  • A valid Health or travel insurance

  • Evidence it had received doses of the vaccine Covid 19 completely (or letter from Dr)

  • Last visa stamp

  • Statement letter of willingness to comply with the health protocols in Indonesia


Get in touch with us today using the form below to discuss how you can work under the Impresariat KITAS in Bali, Indonesia.