Technical problems with regards to the issuance of passports

We are currently experiencing technical problems with the passport machine at the embassy. We are in the process of fixing the matter.  During the fixing process of the passport machine, it will take a longer time for the the issuance of passports at the embassy (4-6 weeks).  Any inconvenience is highly regretted.  For further questions and information, please contact

The embassy hosted the Hands on Entrepreneurship Workshop

​On Saturday the 16th of March 2024, an Indonesian community development workshop with the theme “PPI Denmark X Cellugy: Hands-On Enterpeneurship Workshop” was held at the Pancasila room at the Indonesian Embassy in Copenhagen.  The workshop was held in collaboration between the Indonesian Embassy in Copenhagen and the Association of Indonesian Students in Denmark (PPI Denmark). The workshop provided support and facilitation for activities related to the formation of startup companies. It was organized by PPI Denmark by inviting 2 Indonesian leaders / co-founders, Indonesian speakers from a startup company in Denmark called Cellugy. This activity was also a series of mentoring activities in collaboration with young Indonesian professionals who are members of The Indonesian Professionals Association in Denmark (IPA DK). Cellugy, as explained by its Co-founder, an Indonesian citizen in Denmark named Deby Fapyane, is a startup company in Denmark that operates in the biotechnology sector. The speakers and juries for the event were Mrs. Deby Fapyane and Mr. Parungan Sihombing. The Indonesian Embassy in Copenhagen was very grateful to the two co-founders of Cellugy as speakers for taking their time to share their experiences, steps and tips in managing their company. Apart from that, the Indonesian Embassy in Copenhagen believes that this activity can be an inspiration and encourages PPI members to create their own startup companies. The Indonesian Embassy is also hopeful that this kind of activity can be held again with more varied themes in the future.​

Bali International Tourism Levy from the 14th of February 2024

Starting from the 14th of February 2024, The Bali Provincial Government will apply a tourism tax for foreign tourists. International tourists who intend to visit Bali must pay a foreign tourist fee of 150,000 Rupiah, charged in Indonesian currency (equivalent to DKK 66). The fee is to be paid through or directly at the international airport and seaport in Bali. The entry fee will be used to conserve Bali’s nature so that it remains clean, sustainable, and comfortable for all.

Huge Progress Made On Bali’s New International Hospital 

Bali will soon celebrate the opening of the new Bali International Hospital in Sanur. The huge medical complex will be one of the finest private hospitals in Indonesia and is set to help boost medical tourism on the island. Sanur is a classic coastal resort in Bali. The area was an obvious choice for the development of a special economic zone, and over the last five years, high investments have been funneled into the area to Sanur, and the changes will stagger old-timer Bali lovers familiar with the resort from back in the day. Investments have not only been made in constructing a state of the art international hospital, but huge renovations to existing infrastructure mean that Sanur has been given a whole new look. The Bali International Hospital set to open its doors official in Q3 of 2024, with extensive testing and piloting of all equipment and programmes scheduled to get underway soon. The Bali International Hospital stands on 67,4565 msq and spans over four floors. The facility will offer 239 in-patient beds, in action to 38 intensive care units. Surgical procedures will be conducted across a suite of 8 operating theatres, with the sport of 4 cathlabs and five medical speciality wards including cardiology, oncology, neurology, gastroenterology and orthopaedics.  A new video shared by the Bali International Hospital shows huge progress on the building. The whole project is now really starting to look like a medical facility rather than a construction site. Bali International Hospital wrote, “From enhancing our facilities to refining our care processes, every step we’ve taken is aimed at making your experience with us as comfortable as possible. We’re dedicated to your well-being, and we’re excited to continue this journey of improvement with you by our side.” Located just 30 minutes away from I Gusti Ngurah Rai International Airport, the Bali International Hospital is perfectly positioned to support medical tourists in receiving the care they need with ease. The facility is being created with the Mayo Clinic’s consultation to ensure that medical tourists and private Indonesian patients receive world-class care.  The Sanur Special Economic Zone is being developed to ensure that tourists have everything they need within easy reach. The Sanur now features two newly renovated hotels. Both facilities can boast five-star status and will now be known by new names: Bali Beach Hotel and The Meru Sanur. The Bali Beach Hotel is one of the most iconic heritage tourism facilities in Bali. The hotel was the first hotel to be awarded a star in Bali and was the first multi-level hotel, too. Speaking at the press opening for The Sanur, the Acting VP Corporate Secretary Hotel Indonesia Natour, Adianta Apriadi, told reporters that the hotel complex has even been renovated in such a way that preserves and elevates the famous building.  Apriadi explains, “We are committed to maintaining historical values and promoting local Balinese wisdom in the development of The Sanur. Various historical relics at The Sanur are witnesses and icons of cultural heritage that tell the story of the development of Bali tourism since this hotel was built.” The Sanur Special Economic Zone will be a resort not only for medical tourists but also for travelers seeking to access world-class wellness and holistic healthcare. The Bali International Hospital gardens will showcase the finest ethnomedicinal botanical gardens in Indonesia. The gardens will allow holistic healthcare practitioners and traditional Balinese healers and naturopaths to prescribe plants and natural remedies to support ongoing medical treatments or as alternative medicinal options in their own right.  Bali is already known internationally as a world-class destination for health and wellness. The new Bali International Hospital is set to position Bali as a leader in the medical tourism sector, providing an alternative destination for patients seeking medical care in Southeast Asia. 

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