Effective on July 6, 2021, all international travellers who are able to enter Indonesia during these COVID-19 restrictions are required to have a full-dose of COVID-19 vaccination record (in physical/digital form) prior to departure to Indonesia which is presented upon check-in and arrival in Indonesia.
When leaving Bali to connect to a flight in Jakarta travellers will be required to have a PCR test from a Government accredited lab
Public health measures by the Indonesian authorities include restrictions on in-country air travel.
Foreign tourists continue to be able to travel on domestic flights within Indonesia to catch connecting international flights.
Passengers travelling on domestic flights will need:
- A negative PCR swab test result taken within 2 x 24 hours of departure
- Your negative PCR test certificate must contain a barcode or QR code. If you do not have a barcode/QR code on your certificate, you will be required to take an additional PCR test at the airport on arrival in Bali.
- Note: GeNose tests are no longer valid.
- A completed e-HAC Indonesia form (online)
- Your vaccination certificate showing at least 1 COVID-19 vaccine having been administered unless you are transiting in Jakarta with a ticket to fly out on the same day you arrive.
For international air passengers
Passengers who are leaving Indonesia via Jakarta are exempt from showing proof of COVID-19 vaccination if they have no previous travel connection and are leaving directly from Jakarta. Any other passenger must show evidence of COVID-19 vaccination if they have received the vaccine.
Any passengers who have not received the vaccine, intend to leave Indonesia and need to travel domestically to do so, are exempt from showing vaccine certification subject to the following conditions:
- They do not leave the airport area during transit.
- They obtain clearance from the Port Health Office at the point of first departure
- They show a full and valid flight itinerary showing all departure and arrival points.