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Travelling to Bali - Requirements

Published 12 Jul 2021 Updated 16 Sep 2021 Views 3358 Entry & Exit Requirements
Travelling to Bali - Requirements
Applies to International Travellers Domestic Travellers

As of 8th Septermber 2021

 Air transportation:
COVID-19 Vaccine card/certificate showing the traveller has received at least 1st shot of the COVID-19 vaccination  (proof of vaccination must be available in Peduli Lindungi application and must show a Negative PCR Test result,  2x24hrs 
 
COVID-19 Vaccine card/certificate showing the traveller already fully vaccinated ( 1st and 2nd shots)  Proof of vaccination must be available in Peduli Lindungi application  as must show Negative rapid Test Antigen result 1x24hrs
 

Land (Private and public vehicles) and Sea transportation
COVID-19 Vaccine card/certificate showing the traveller has received at least 1st shot of the COVID-19 vaccination  proof of vaccination must be available in Peduli Lindungi application and must show a Negative PCR Test or Antigen result, 2x24hrs

PCR Test result must have QRcode/barcode from an approved lab. 

Indonesian Citizens (WNI)

Entering Indonesia

All Indonesian citizens (WNI) are allowed to enter Indonesia, and can only enter Indonesian territory through entry-points as follows:

  1. Soekarno-Hatta International Airport - Jakarta, Tangerang (CGK)

  2. Juanda International Airport - Surabaya (SUB)

  3. Kualanamu International Airport -Medan (KNO)

  4. Sam Ratulangi International Airport - Manado (MDC
     

​Indonesian Citizens (WNI) with these criteria

  • Indonesian Migrant Workers (PMI)

  • Students

  • Government Officials returning from a duty trip

  • Returning Indonesian Passport Holders

Are required to undergo a centralized quarantine in Wisma Pademangan for Soekarno-Hatta International Airport (CGK) entry-point, or in a quarantine location that is designated by the local authority for other entry-points, at the expense of the Indonesian government

Indonesian Citizens outside the criteria mentioned in No 3.1. and Foreign Citizens (WNA) including foreign diplomats, (exceptions: the head of the foreign representatives and the family of the head of the foreign representatives) are required to undergo quarantine in a quarantine accommodation that has been certified by the Indonesian Health Ministry at their own expense 

 All above can enter without vaccination but need to vaccinate in quarantine. 

Current PCR & quarantine rules remain the same: 3x24 hours sample before departing origin country, test on arrival and the 7th day, release from quarantine on the 8th day if negative

Domestic Travel to Bali

The following travel document requirements apply to Indonesian citizens (WNI) during the emergency public activity restrictions (PPKM Darurat) which takes effect from 26 July 2021 until further notice

  • Fully Vaccinated Passengers Travelling by air

    • Negative Rapid Antigen 1 x 24hrs prior to departure

    • Proof of vaccination 

      • or Medical Letter of Exemption 

  • One Dose Vaccinated Passengers Travelling by air,

    • Negative PCR 2 x 24hrs prior to departure 

      • Test result must have a BarCode/QRCode

      • Test must be from Approved Government Lab  

      • Proof of vaccination 

        • or Medical Letter of Exemption 

Land (Private and public vehicles) and Sea transportation
COVID-19 Vaccine card/certificate showing the traveller has received at least 1st shot of the COVID-19 vaccination  (proof of vaccination must be available in Peduli Lindungi application) must show Negative PCR Test result OR Negative rapid Test Antigen, sample taken max 2x24hrs prior 


Completed eHAC applies 

Remarks: 

1. Any travellers who are above 12 years old and unable to receive the COVID-19 vaccinations must have medical statement from specialist doctor at the hospital 

2. Children with the age of bellow 12 years old are temporary prohibited to travel. 

Besides the above requirements, upon arrival at the destination airport, passengers may have to go through additional health checks or to fill other forms/statement letters required by local authorities/local government. 

Passengers are expected to prepare a copy and original copy of the documents prior to arrival at the departure airport and present it upon check-in.

Foreign Citizens (WNA)

Entering Indonesia

All Foreign Citizens must comply with the following health protocols set by the Indonesian government:

  • Valid visa ( eVISA) obtained prior to departure (the free or paid visa on arrival VOA is currently suspended) 
  • Full dose of COVID-19 vaccination
  • Show a negative RT-PCR test result which sample taken in the country of origin within a maximum of 3 x 24 hours before departure
  • Show a complete COVID-19 vaccine certificate (full dose)
  • Upon arrival, the passenger must go through an RT-PCR retest and must undergo a centralized quarantine at an appointed hotel (reservation to be made prior to departure) for 8 x 24 hours with the following provisions:

In the event where RT-PCR retest upon arrival showed a positive result, medical treatments in hospital will be given to Foreign citizens (WNA) at their own expense.  In the event where a Foreign Citizen (WNA) is unable to pay for their quarantine and/or medical treatment expenses, then the sponsor-ministry/institution/company that has given consideration/permission for the foreigner to enter the Indonesian territory may be held accountable.

On the 7th day of the quarantine, Foreign Citizens (WNA) must go through another RT-PCR retest.

Negative results

  • the traveller may continue their journey and are recommended to continue a 14 days of self-quarantine and keep following the health protocols

Positive results

  • medical treatment at a hospital will be given to Indonesian Citizens at the Indonesian government expense
  • Foreign Citizens at their own expense

The above provisions are referring to COVID-19 Handling Acceleration Task Force Circular Letter Number 8 of 2021 and its addendum, and effective from 6 July 2021 until further notice.

Besides the above requirements, upon arrival at the destination airport, passengers are possible to go through additional health checks or to fill other forms/statement letters required by local authorities/local government.

Passengers are expected to prepare a copy and original copy of the documents prior to arrival at the departure airport and present it upon check-in.

 

Domestic Travel to Bali

The following travel document requirements apply during the emergency public activity restrictions (PPKM Darurat) which takes effect from 5 July 2021 until further notice.

Special note for Foreign (WNA) travellers who have just finished their 8 day quarantine and fly out on the same day that quarantine is finished can check in using their release letter, negative PCR test and completed eHAC. 

  • Fully Vaccinated Passengers Travelling by air 

    • Negative Rapid Antigen 1 x 24hrs prior to departure

    • Proof of vaccination 

      • or Medical Letter of Exemption 

  • One Dose Vaccinated Passengers Travelling by air 

    • Negative PCR 2 x 24hrs hours prior to departure 

      • Test result must have a BarCode/QRCode

      • Test must be from Approved Government Lab  

      • Proof of vaccination 

        • or Medical Letter of Exemption 

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Land (Private and public vehicles) and Sea transportation
COVID-19 Vaccine card/certificate showing the traveller has received at least 1st shot of the COVID-19 vaccination with proof of vaccination available in Peduli Lindungi application must show Negative PCR Test result OR Negative rapid Test Antigen, sample taken max 2x24hrs prior 

Test result must have a BarCode/QRCode

Test must be from Approved Government Lab  

 

  • Completed eHAC applies 

 

Remarks: 

1. Any travellers who are above 12 years old and unable to receive the COVID-19 vaccinations must have medical statement from specialist doctor at the hospital 

2. Children with the age of bellow 12 years old are temporary prohibited to travel. 

 

Besides the above requirements, upon arrival at the destination airport, passengers may have to go through additional health checks or to fill other forms/statement letters required by local authorities/local government. 

Passengers are expected to prepare a copy and original copy of the documents prior to arrival at the departure airport and present it upon check-in.

KEY TIP

Always check with your airline or travel agent before departing

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