Tag: living and working in Bali

Business in Bali During Ramadan: 4 Common Myths Debunked

Ramadan is the most important month of the Islamic calendar during which Muslims fast from dawn to dusk. Indonesia has the largest Muslim population in the world and consequently, Ramadan affects the everyday life of many Indonesians as well as its businesses. But does Ramadan affect doing business in Bali? In this article, we will […]

What to Do When You Are Having Visa Problems in Bali

In 2017, Joseph (43, Canada) and Hald (29, Denmark) were working as diving instructors in Singaraja, Northern Bali. Their tropical dream job got an abrupt end when the couple was arrested for violating their residence permits (KITAS) and were soon after deported from Indonesia. According to the local officials, the two expats had work permits […]

How to Organize a Retreat in Bali: The Ultimate Guide

TripAdvisor named Bali the best travelling destination of 2017, and it’s easy to see why. The famed Island of the Gods offers stunning and varied landscapes. Cost of living is low. It hosts wondrous cultural landmarks and tourist activities. Balinese are friendly, tolerant, and enjoy a slow pace of life. This last point, in particular, […]

How to Get a KITAS Using an Employer of Record Service in Bali

If you want to stay in Bali for a longer term, you need a temporary residence permit, also known as a KITAS. There are three most common types of KITAS in Indonesia: KITAS sponsored by an Indonesian spouse Retirement KITAS for people who are 55 or older KITAS sponsored by an Indonesian entity But, how […]

Work Permit Regulations In Indonesia

To work legally in Indonesia, you previously needed to have a work permit (IMTA), which is now replaced with a notification from the Ministry of Manpower. Based on that, the Indonesian Immigration will issue your limited stay permit (VITAS) and the Electronic limited stay permit (ITAS). This article demonstrates the new process of obtaining a […]

Bali Relocation: How to Live in Bali as an Expat With Family?

It’s easy to visit Bali as a tourist as most nationalities don’t even need a visa to visit the island for 30 days. Things get a little more complicated if you stay for longer. Bali relocation with family can be quite overwhelming and this article will show you the easiest way how you and your […]