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Retire in Bali

Whether you dream of escaping the cold weather, embracing the low cost of living or writing your memoir, Bali offers a myriad of ways to support your retirement goals. Leaving your career means beginning another chapter in your life, one which can be filled with amazing things. Retiring in Bali takes planning and courage, but the rewards are significant both financially and in terms of lifestyle.

Retirement Visa in Bali

Qualifying for a Retirement Kitas requires you to meet a few criteria. These do change from time to time, so please check with one of the agents at Bali Visas who have the most up to date information. Bali Visas operates out of the Bobi Smith Investment offices on Jalan Mertanadi, and the staff can provide the most up to date information and guidance. Any enquiries about visas will be dealt with by them.

Please also check the eligible countries list. The residents of the following countries are not permitted retirement visa’s in Bali: Afghanistan, Guinea, Israel, North Korea, Cameroon, Liberia, Niger, Nigeria, and Somalia.

If you are applying for a Retirement visa, you must:

  • Be over 55 years of age
  • Have no plan to work in Bali
  • Have an insurance provider of your choosing that covers Indonesia
  • Sign a lease on a property for at least one year
  • Hire at least one housekeeper
  • Have a pension/deposit account of $18,000 USD per year


NUMBER FOR BALI VISAS +62 819 7873 378


Living in Bali on an Australian pension

An Australian pension goes much further in Bali than it does back in the homeland. Retiring in Bali can cut your basic living roughly costs by around half. Or if you are philanthropically inclined, you might want to volunteer at the orphanages, work with one of the dog charities or help one of the many NGOs on the island. Bobi Smith Investments have several charity projects that they are involved in and are more than happy to advise.


Ten things to do when you retire in Bali

  1. Spa treatments
  2. Learn to scuba dive
  3. Learn yoga and meditation
  4. Ticking things like seeing Komodo dragons and orangutans off your bucket list
  5. Visits to other countries in southeast Asia
  6. Learn to speak Bahasa Indonesian
  7. Learn to teach English as a foreign language
  8. Write your memoirs
  9. Spend quality time with your family
  10. Volunteer for a charity


Healthcare in Bali

There are some excellent hospitals in Bali. These are mainly located in the south, although a branch of Bali Med is located an hour from Bamboo Villages in Singaraja.

Bali Med
Kasih Ibu

With plans currently on the table to build an airport in Singaraja thus developing the north in the same way as the south, it will not be long before top hospital groups open clinics in this region too.