These are the entry requirements for Bali and Indonesia.
Last update: 22. July 2022
Travelers starting from the age of 18 years need to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 (min. 2 doses). Vaccinations must have been given minimum 14 days prior to departure. For Johnson&Johnson, Sputnik V and Convidecia, one dose is considered fully vaccinated. The COVID-19 vaccination certificate must be written in English besides the language of the country of origin and has to be shown in physical or digital form to the authorities.
Children of 0-17 years old are not required to show COVID-19 vaccination proof. According to official regulations, children of 6-17 years old might be vaccinated upon arrival after receiving a negative RT-PCR test result. According to our information, no travelers below 18 years old have yet been vaccinated when entering Indonesia but this can change at any moment.
A traveler 18 years or older, who was confirmed positive for COVID-19 but has recovered and been declared inactive to transmit COVID-19, is not required to show COVID-19 vaccination proof as long as they can show a doctor’s certificate from the government hospital or Ministry of Health of the country of departure, which states that the person concerned is inactive to transmit COVID-19 or a COVID-19 recovery certificate.
Unless you are below 18 years old, a holder of a diplomatic or official residence permit or a holder of a limited residence permit card (KITAS) or a permanent residence card (KITAP), you can enter Indonesia unvaccinated ONLY if you have a doctor’s certificate from the government hospital of the country of your departure, stating that you are unable to participate in the COVID-19 vaccination due to a special health condition or a comorbid disease.
Negative RT-PCR test result
You no longer need to do a RT-PCR test before departure to Indonesia, as long as you are fully vaccinated (minimum 2 doses), have a COVID-19 recovery certificate or doctor’s certificate that due to special health condition or comorbid disease are unable to take part in the COVID-19 vaccination program. Please note that this regulation might change if the amount of positive cases in Indonesia increases significantly.
Health- / Travel Insurance
You no longer need to show proof of health- or travel insurance in English language that covers COVID-19 treatment and is valid for the entire duration of your stay in Indonesia.
Return- or onward flight ticket
At check-in for your flight to Indonesia, you might be asked for proof of a return or onward ticket from Indonesia. Depending on the airline, the ticket should be within 30-60 days of your entry into Indonesia (VoA) or within 60-180 days of entry into Indonesia (B211A). You might also be asked for this upon entering Indonesia.
Fill in the form before departure. After finalizing this process, you will receive a QR code. On arrival in Indonesia, please show this QR code to customs officials. It might still be possible to alternatively fill in the customs paper form at the airport, but it’s best to obtain the QR code beforehand.
Currently there is no quarantine requirement for fully vaccinated (min. 2 doses) international travelers. Travelers below 18 years old follow the quarantine requirements of their parents/caregivers/travel companion.
Health check upon arrival
Upon arrival, all international travelers are required to undergo a health check related to COVID-19 symptoms (body temperature/blood oxygen saturation check). you have no COVID-19 related symptoms and your body temperature is below 37.5 degrees Celsius, you can continue with your travel plans.
If you have COVID-19 related symptoms and/or your body temperature is above 37.5 degrees Celsius, you are required to undergo an RT-PCR test at your own expense. In this case, you might be required to wait for the test result at your accommodation without any interaction with other people. If your result is negative, you can continue with your travel plans. If your result is positive and you have no symptoms or your symptoms are mild, you will carry out your isolation at a centralized quarantine accommodation at your own expense.