Uluwatu Bali Wedding

Bali Has a New e-Visa System

Travel and sports tourism is now allowed in Bali, and it is a simple process to apply for a visa. We'll pay for your visa when you stay 2+ weeks, so get in contact now for more information on how you can join us for an exclusive surfing experience.

Do you want to get married in Bali? We can accomodate up to 32 overnight guests at our 4 villas. Facilities include Restaurant, Bar, Dining area, Tennis Court, Swimming Pool.

We can arrange everything for your special day. Do you want the ceremony on the beach or at a cliff top location? Just Email us your details sales@balisurfingcamp.com and we will make all wedding arrangements.

Our accomodation is set in a walled 3000M2 area with excellent views of the surrounding tropical vegitation. We are located at Padang Padang, Bukit, Bali very near to Bingin and a short drive from Uluwatu.

Wedding in Bali

Wedding in Bali

Persons of any nationality may marry in Bali, providing they hold one of the five religions recognized by Indonesia (Buddhism, Catholicism, Hinduism, Islam and Protestantism).

You will require:

  1. Copy passport of both bride & groom to be.
  2. Photos 4 copies (4x6 cm) of both together
  3. Copy passport of two witnesses
  4. Certificate of No Impediment to Marriage from your embassy or consulate in Indonesia (some countries have their consulates in Bali) – for Australian, USA and British citizens, this can be arranged when you get to Bali.
  5. Copy of the birth certificate for both bride and groom to be.
  6. For Catholic weddings only, you will require:

    • Baptism certificate
    • Liberty status from Parish Priest in your country
    • Delegation Letter from Parish Priest in your country
    • Canon investigation from Parish Priest in your country
    • Certificate of divorce (if applicable)