How To Get A Thailand Tourist Visa In Bali, Indonesia

Getting a tourist visa for Thailand in Bali is very straightforward, as there is a Royal Thai Consulate in Denpasar. I planned to get a different visa here, but was told I needed to get it in Jakarta. But I thought the information I found out would be useful for anyone wanting to get a tourist visa from from there. If you plan to stay long-term in Thailand, have a read of Thailand Visa Options For Long-Term Stays.

Royal Thai Consulate, Denpasar, Bali
Royal Thai Consulate, Denpasar, Bali

To get a tourist visa, just go along to the Royal Thai Consulate in the morning, fill out an application form and hand it over with your passport, three photos and the fee. They only accept USD, so make sure you get them before you visit the Consulate. You’ll then need to go back two days later to pick up your passport and visa. The Consulate is open Monday to Friday 09:00-12:00 and 13:30-16:00. Mornings are to accept applications, and afternoons are to collect your documents.

Royal Thai Consulate, No. 9 Jalan Permuda II, Renon, Denpasar
Royal Thai Consulate, No. 9 Jalan Permuda II, Renon, Denpasar

The Consulate is located in the Renon district of Denpasar, on the road behind the Japan Consulate. We stayed at Cityzen Renon Hotel, as it was only a 5-minute walk from the Consulate. Leave the hotel, turn left and keep walking until you see the Consulate on your left hand side. The hotel is on Jalan Ciung Wanara II, which changes to Jalan Permuda II just before you get to the Consulate. So the hotel and Consulate are both on the same stretch of road.

Royal Thai Consulate, Denpasar

Address: No. 9, Jalan Permuda II, Renon, Denpasar

Opening Hours: Mon-Fri 09:00-12:00 (Applications) & 13:30-16:00 (Collections) – Closed on Thai and Indonesian holidays

Hotels In Renon, Denpasar

Click here to book a room at Cityzen Renon Hotel via Agoda. It’s around 5-minutes’ walk to the Royal Thai Consulate.

  • Divsie

    The Thai Consulate in Denpasar sounds brilliant – does anyone know if they will grant a Non-Immigrant B visa there or do you have to go to Jakarta for this? Any info much appreciated :)

    • Renegade Travels

      I don’t know for sure but I read that you can’t get a 12-month visa there. A 3-month visa might be possible, but you’d need to check, as these things keep changing. Calling them would be the quickest way to find out.

  • Asli Leone

    Hi Sheilah, I want to apply for a 60 day visa with a 30 day extension. I have a question about the ticket I will buy as the proof of departure from Thailand. Did you show them a ticket dated 90 days after your visit or 60 days? I just don’t want to assume that they will accept my extension and buy a ticket 90 days out in case this will not be acceptable. It sounds like they are awesome people to deal with but you never know :) thanks in advance for your prompt response. I will go to the consulate on Monday :)

  • 2ge

    thanks a lot for useful info

    • Renegade Travels

      If you get a visa, post an update to let us know if it still works as it did. Thanks.