Jakarta, IO – Despite being one of the busiest airports in Indonesia, it turns out that the Visa on Arrival (VoA) service at Bali’s Ngurah Rai Airport is still inadequate. This causes long line of queues at payment counters.
This drew the ire of acting Immigration Director General Prof. Widodo Ekatjahjana, who carried out an impromptu inspection at the airport.
Widodo looked disappointment after he discovered that there were counters that were in operational due to unavailability of payment facilities. He also found the passport stamping counter to be suboptimal, reported Detik on Friday (7/10).
Of the 64 available counters, only 32 have computers. “Tomorrow this counter must be equipped,” Widodo told the officials who accompanied him.