Applies to International Travellers Domestic Travellers

Effective 3 December 2021 until further notice: 
1. The Indonesian government has extended the quarantine for all international arrivals to 10 days to prevent transmission of new Omicron Covid-19 variant.
2. Temporary entry suspension for foreigner travellers traveling directly or transit and/or staying or visiting in the following countries within 14 days or more: South Africa, Botswana, Hongkong as well as countries located geographically close to countries where the new variant B.1.1.529 were significantly transmitted in the community such as: Angola, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, Eswatini, Lesotho.

Bali is now open to fully vaccinated passport holders and residents of the countries listed below, flights are NOT yet scheduled. 

For information about flying into Jakarta for International travellers please see information below. 

The current list of countries permitted to arrive directly in Bali are: 

Bahrain
China
France
Hungary
India
Italy
Japan
Kuwait
Liechtenstein
New Zealand
Norway
Poland
Portugal
Qatar
Saudi Arabia
South Korea
Spain
Sweden
United Arab Emirates

International Travellers
into Bali 

  • Valid e-VISA for entry into Indonesia for (Foreign travellers)
    • B211A for tourism need to show provide evidence of funds in bank of at at least US$2000 and confirmation and payment receipt from accommodation where they are staying for the duration of trip including quarantine hotel. 
    • For other visas which are also available please check here .  At this all other visa holders will need to clear immigration in Jakarta or Manado. 
  • Negative PCR test taken within  3 x 24 hours of departure
  • Quarantine 
    • One Dose Vaccinated 10 x 24 hours
    • Fully Vaccinated  10 x 24 hours 
  • For both one dose or fully vaccinated traveller quarantine is in a designated hotel. Click here for list of approved hotels and how to book.
  • Confirmed quarantine hotel booking (with QR code from Hotel).
  • Downloaded Peduli Lindungi App which includes eHAC 
  • Proof of full vaccination (physical or digital) in English with second dose at least 14 days before departure
  • Foreign travelers are also required to show health insurance/travel insurance coverage up to US$100,000 

International Travellers
into Jakarta

  • Valid e-VISA for entry into Indonesia for (Foreign travellers)
    • B211A for tourism now available also need to show provide evidence of funds in bank of at at least US$1500 and confirmation and payment receipt from accommodation where they are staying for the duration of trip including quarantine hotel. 
    • Other visas are also available please check here
  • Negative PCR test taken within  3 x 24 hours of departure
  • Quarantine 
    • One Dose Vaccinated 10 x 24 hours
    • Fully Vaccinated 10 x 24 hours 
  • For both one dose or fully vaccinated traveller quarantine is in a designated hotel  (Jakarta list here)
  • Confirmed quarantine hotel booking documents 
  • Downloaded Peduli Lindungi App which includes eHAC 
  • Proof of full vaccination (physical or digital) in English with second does at least 14 days before departure
  • Foreign travelers are also required to show health insurance/travel insurance coverage up to US$100,000 

Domestic Travellers into Bali
The following travel document requirements during the Community Activity Restrictions for all levels of PPKM  which takes until further notice and applied to International travellers who have completed quarantine in Jakarta. 

Foreign (WNA) travellers 
Who have just finished their 10 x 24 hours 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. 

  • Negative PCR 3 x 24 hours prior to departure
    • Test result must have a BarCode/QRCode
  • Proof of vaccination
    • Or Medical Health Exemption Letter
  • Downloaded Peduli Lindungi App with completed eHAC
  • Passengers under the age of 12 are permitted to fly please check directly with airlines before booking. 

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 of the documents prior to arrival at the departure airport and present it upon check-in.

Special note for foreign passport holders (WNA) or Indonesian passport holders (WNI) who reside in Bali will need to quarantine in Jakarta or Manado when returning from overseas. 

Domestic Travellers arriving and leaving Bali.

The following travel document requirements apply to Indonesian citizens (WNI) and Foreign residents (WNA) who have residency status in Indonesia. during the community activity restrictions for all PPKM levels until further notice.

Travelling by plane

Fully Vaccinated Passengers  

One Dose Vaccinated Passengers

  • Negative PCR Test  3 x 24hrs prior to departure 
  • Test result must have a BarCode/QRCode and  be from Approved Government Lab  

Exemption to show the proof of COVID-19 vaccination:
• Children under the age of 12 years old
• Traveling to distribute logistic goods for areas outside of Java and Bali
• Travelers with underlying conditions who cannot received COVID-19 vaccination must bring doctor’s recommendation from state hospital

 Traveling overland / ferry

  • Vaccinated Passengers with minimum first dose or Medical Letter of Exemption. 

  • Negative PCR 3 x 24hrs  or 1 x 24hrs antigen. 

All travellers must have Peduli Lindungi App loaded on mobile and completed eHAC applies to all the above

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 as well as a negative PCR test. 

2. Children under 12 will require a negative PCR test, please also check with your airline

Visit here for the detailed entry and exit requirements for both Indonesian and Foreign Citizens.

  • Each Indonesian province may have slighly different rules and regulations related to travel health protocols which are issued by the respective Governor. 
  • When leaving Bali, be sure to check what rules apply to travelling back to your destination.  
KEY TIP
  • Follow the advice of the local authorities and monitor for latest updates.
  • We recommend that passengers also carry a print out of the original required documents (vaccine certificate and negative COVID-19 test result) as back up.
  • For travellers with children check with your airlines

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Last Update: 02 Dec 2021 PRINT BACK TO TOP

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