[Updated Oct-15-2021] Bali Covid-19 Travel Requirements for Domestic and International Traveller

From October 15, 2021, Bali will be open to tourists from the following 19 countries: China, India, Japan, South Korea, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, New Zealand, Kuwait, Bahrain, Qatar, Liechtenstein, Italy, France, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Poland, Hungary, and Norway. . Dreaming of a relaxing holiday in Bali? Find out more about Bali Covid-19 travel requirements and necessary visa procedures here.

1. Bali Covid-19 travel requirements for domestic travel

Requirements for travelling to Bali domestically:

If you are fully vaccinated:

    1. A negative Rapid Antigen result taken within 24 hours of departure to Bali.
    2. Proof of vaccination
    3. Completed electronic Health Access Card (e-HAC)

If you have only received one dose of vaccination:

    1. A negative PCR swab test result taken within 48 hours of departure.
    2. Proof of vaccination
    3. Completed electronic Health Access Card (e-HAC)

If you are not vaccinated:

    1. Travellers 12 years old and above who are  unable to receive the COVID-19 vaccinations must provide medical statement from specialist doctor at the hospital.
    2. Children who are below 12 years are temporary prohibited to travel.

Upon arrival at the airport, you may need to go through additional health checks or to fill other forms/statement letters required by local authorities.

The Chands Villa - Bali Travel

The Chands Delapan Villa in Seminyak

2. Bali Covid-19 Visa requirements for international travels

To enter Indonesia, you need:

  • to be fully vaccinated with a second vaccine taken at least 14 days prior to traveling to Indonesia,
  • to have insurance coverage for Covid-19 treatment worth at least US $100,000 and
  • to pay for your own accommodation during a five-day quarantine period.

After the quarantine period, you can continue your journey to Bali.

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