Since March 7th, Bali has reopened!
Not for all countries yet, but at the moment travelers from 42 countries can enter quarantine free and with a Visa on Arrival.
It concerns the following countries; Argentina, Australia, Belgium, Brazil, Brunei, Cambodia, Canada, China, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Hungary, India, Italy, Japan, Laos, Malaysia, Mexico, Myanmar, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Seychelles, Singapore, South Africa, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Swiss, Taiwan, Thailand, the Netherlands, the Philippines, Tunisia, Turkey, UAE, UK, USA, Vietnam
The below conditions apply:
- You need 2 vaccinations.
- Proof of a pre-booked accommodation for your first 3 nights. Where this first needed to be a CHSE certified accommodation, this is NO LONGER REQUIRED. You can book any accommodation.
- Negative PCR test maximum 48 hours prior to departure.
- Upon arrival you buy the visa; The price is IDR 500,000 (by Mastercard, Visa or cash in IDR).
- Return ticket that shows that you will leave Indonesia again.
- Insurance that covers Covid related costs up to USD 20,000.
- You need the Peduli Lindungi App on your phone and complete the e-HAC.
Travelers from countries other than stated above will still need to apply for a Visit Visa B211A. This Visa is valid for 60 days and can be extended up to 4 times (each extension for 30 days).
They need to, just as for the Visa on Arrival, show Proof of a pre-booked 3 nights stay at any accommodation.
Many airlines have now opened their flight routes to Bali and are adding more flights on their website on a daily basis.
Please note that you can also enter Indonesia via Jakarta without quarantine.
(More information here)
As of 11 April 2022, 87.5% of the people in Bali have received the first dose of vaccination. Approximately 79.6% has received 2 doses. (More information here). Booster campaigns are ongoing as well – 36.6% has received their booster.
Last update: 11 April
Domestic travelers can enter Bali hassle free, as long as they are fully vaccinated (2 doses).
As of March 7th, a PCR or antigen test is not needed anymore.
If you only had your first shot of vaccine, you need to show an antigen test of max 1 x 24hr prior to departure or a PCR of max 3x24hr prior to departure.