Entering Indonesia during the COVID-19 Pandemic
It’s a new beginning and while there are still some precautionary measures for travellers wanting to come to the Island of the Gods, there are no restrictions as to where you are from—citizens from all countries can travel to Bali—and there is no longer quarantine!
Please read the information below carefully and when you are ready to come to Bali, just let us know!
The Indonesian Government now allows International travelers from 60 countries to enter Bali with Visa on Arrival (VoA) at IDR 500,000. It is valid for 30 days and can be extended to another 30 days only.
The 60 countries are:
- Brunei Darussalam
- East Timor
- New Zealand
- Saudi Arabia
- South Korea
- South Africa
- United Kingdom
- United States
- United Arab Emirates
Visa Exemption Arrangement (VEA) for tourism purposes now available for free to passport holders from 9 Asean Countries listed below. Only valid for 30 days and cannot be extended.
- Brunei Darussalam
I’m not from one of these 60 countries and want to come to Bali
If you’re not from one of the 60 countries listed above, you can still come to Bali and we can help you with your visa B211A. Please note—the visa process takes approx. one (1) week to complete.
- The visa costs IDR 2,500,000 per person – approx. US$175. The visa is valid for 60 days with possibility of 4 extensions of 30 days each time
- Extension visa costs are IDR 1,500,000 per visa (approx. US$110.)
List of documents needed to process the visa:
- Photo 4 x 6 cm (white background)
- Valid passport for at least 18 months at the date of the entry of the country with a blank page to stamp the visa
- Scan of the main page of the passport—must be clear, no shadows, show all edges, flat and in colour.
- Scan of the passport cover.
- Proof of health insurance for Coronavirus-related emergencies (minimum of USD25,000)
- Bank Statement minimum of US$ 2,000 fund
- Download and complete this Statement Letter
- Return ticket in/out of Indonesia
- All documents must be in a jpg/jpeg format, size min. 100KB, max. 400KB
What you need to know :
- COVID recovery certificate now accepted- conditions apply view more
- PCR test on arrival will only apply to those that show symptoms or have a temperature of 37.5 of higher during the health monitoring on arrival
- Quarantine in a CHSE hotel/resort/villa still applies to international arrivals who test positive or are not fully vaccinated.
For international arrivals who are resident in Indonesia ( both Indonesian passport holders and foreign passport holders) who have not been able to get vaccinated or have received the first dose of vaccine at least 14 days before departure, are required to quarantine for 5 x 24 hours in a CHSE hotel/villa/resort.
- Still require a negative PCR test before your departure to Bali
- Health insurance with specific COVID coverage is still required
- Proof of vaccination still required or exemption or recovery certificate
- eHAC no longer required for international travelers but still required for domestic travel.
- Issues with Peduli Lindungi – airport ground staff will assist, just ensure you have signed up and downloaded the app on your phone before arriving in Bali.
This regulation is effective immediately as of 6 April 2022 until further notice.