Current Entry Requirement(s) to get into Bali – update April 2022
Yayyy, great news! The government has dropped all quarantine requirements for foreign travellers coming into Bali. Furthermore, if you are a national (i.e. passport holder) from one of the following countries:
Visa-on-Arrival (VOA) eligible countries:
- Brunei Darussalam
- Great Britain
- New Zealand
- Saudi Arabia
- South Africa
- South Korea
- United Arab Emirates
- United States of America
Here are the requirements to obtain Visa on Arrival :
- Passport valid for 6 months since date of entry;
- Return or onward ticket (which indicates the date of departure from Indonesia);
- Insurance that includes a coverage for Covid-19 treatment in Indonesia.;
- Visa on Arrival fee Rp. 500.000,-
- Other relevant documents as requested by Covid-19 Task Force (please refer to Indonesia health protocols below).
Please prepare your documents and follow the health and safety measures in Indonesia.
If you are not a national from any of the countries eligible for VOA, then you will need to apply for a Visitor visa (E-Visa) before you fly - these include but is not limited to:
- 211 A Visa; This visa includes tourist, emergency, business, film, medical visit, official visit, yachters and G20 or the 144th International Parliamentary Union (IPU) meetings.
- To apply for visitor and limited-stay visas, visit https://visa-online.imigrasi.go.id/.
For more information, visit https://www.welcomebacktobali.com/blog/entry-exit-requirements/visa-entry-requirements
Indonesia applies the following health protocols since 18 May 2022 until further notice.
- PCR test is no longer required to enter Indonesia if traveler fully vaccinated. Note: Airlines / carriers may have different requirement to board their transport vehicle regarding PCR test;
- Traveler who has not been vaccinated will be vaccinated upon entry point;
- Download an Indonesian mobile application PeduliLindungi(available on Google Play; App Store, App Gallery);
- Register your Covid-19 vaccine certificate at vaksinln.dto.kemkes.go.id/sign/in(your verified certificate will appear on your PeduliLindungi app) for your access to indoor public places in Indonesia;
- Show printed or digital proof that you are fully vaccinated against Covid-19 at least 14 days prior to your departure (exemptions apply to visitors under 18 years old, diplomatic/official government visit, and medically certified persons). Indonesian citizen who are not fully vaccinated will receive vaccination after quarantine;
- A traveler that has been Covid-19 infected is exempted from showing Covid-19 vaccine certificate as long as traveler can show a medical attestation from doctor/hospital/ministry of health or a Covid-19 recovery certificate from departure country (in English) confirming that the traveler is no longer transmitting Covid-19;
- Temperature check upon arrival in Indonesia and if travelers has fever and/or Covid-19 symptoms then PCR test upon arrival must be done. If travelers are not required to do PCR test upon arrival then they may continue their journey;
- A. If travelers must do PCR test upon arrival then they need to wait for negative PCR test result at hotel/accommodation.
- If traveler's PCR test upon arrival is positive then they need to quarantine or treated in hospital as suggested by Ministry of Health officials.
- Quarantineduration 5 x 24 hours for those who have not vaccinated or have received 1 dose of vaccine due to medical reasons are required to show a medical certificate from local hospital explaining the reason of why they cannot complete/receive vaccination, followed by another PCR test on the fourth day of arrival in Indonesia;
- You will have clearance to continue your journey in Indonesia if test result is negative.
In the case of a positive PCR test results upon arrival in Indonesia:
- Isolate at an approved facility or at a hospital.
- Foreign citizens must bear their own isolation expenses.
- Isolation costs for Indonesian citizens will be covered by the Indonesian Government.
- Indonesian Covid-19 Task Force Circular Letter No 19 Year 2022 (Surat Edaran Kepala Satgas No 19 Tahun 2022 tentang Protokol Kesehatan Perjalanan Luar Negeri Pada Masa Pandemi Corona Virus Disease 2019)
- Surat Edaran No IMI-0584.GR.01.01 TAHUN 2022 Ttg Kemudahan Keimigrasian dalam rangka mendukung pariwisata berkelanjutan pada masa Pandemi Corona Virus Disease 2019
- Circular Note No. SE-58-PK-05-2022-64 - SE Satgas No. 19 dan 18 Tahun 2022 (per 18 Mei 2022)