Planning a trip to Bali? Get excited! Bali is now reopened for international tourists from 14th Oct 2021
Although the Indonesian government has eased entry regulations, Visitors are still required to follow certain rules and regulations when entering Bali. According to the new regulations, only fully vaccinated travellers will be allowed to enter Bali and will have to follow further covid travel protocols.
Bali now welcomes tourists from 19 Countries
The islands of Bali and Riau are once again open to visitors from 19 countries. These countries are India, China, France, Bahrain, Hungary, Italy, Japan, Kuwait, Liechtenstein, New Zealand, Norway, Portugal, Poland, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, South Korea, Spain, Sweden and the United Arab Emirates (UAE).
Visa preparation prior to departure for foreign travellers
In order to enter Indonesia, you should know what Visa requirements there are prior to departing for Bali.
Through the Indonesian Ministry of Law and Human Rights’ E-visa application system, foreigners can now easily apply for a visa online.
2. The free visit visa waiver and the visit visa on arrival are temporarily put on hold.
The following Visas and Stay Permits are valid for entry into Indonesia;
- Vista visa
- Diplomatic and official/service visa
- Limited stay permit visa
- Diplomatic residence permits & official residence permits
- KartuPerjalananPebisnis Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation
What documents are needed to travel to Bali?
- Certificate of complete covid 19 vaccination
- Pedulilindungi application must be downloaded
- Medical insurance coverage worth at least US $100,000 (which also includes covid 19 treatment)
- Negative RT-PCR test report
- Proof of booking confirmations and payment receipts from the accommodation provider while staying in Indonesia.
Rules and regulations regarding quarantine in Bali
As per Circular of Covid-19 Task Force No. 20 for 2020, Those with negative pcr results upon arrival are obligated to quarantine for 5×24 hours. On the fourth day of quarantine, the traveler will again undergo another PCR test, if the test results are negative then the quarantine would be considered complete. Incase of a positive PCR test result, the traveller will be directed to a covid-19 hospital- but will be responsible for all the expenses.