Updated March 25, 2022

Bali has reopened to international tourism on March 7, 2002. Measures have been put in place for the safety of all guests.

Visa on arrival

Effective as of March 7, 2022 for the countries listed below. VOA price is IDR 500.000 per person, including children, and payable upon arrival in Bali by MasterCard, Visa or Indonesian Rupiah cash. If using other currency it may be charged at the prevailing daily rate of exchange. Subject to the Pre-flight and entry conditions below.

Countries applicable for VOA
For travelers arriving directly to Bali – not Jakarta or other airports: Argentina, Australia, Belgium, Brazil, Brunei, Cambodia, Canada, China, Denmark, England, 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, Taiwan, Thailand, The Netherland, The Philippines, Tunisia, Turkey, UAE, USA, Vietnam.

Pre-Flight

  • Completed e-HAC which is in the Peduli Lindungi App

  • Double or triple vaccination certificates - paper based copy

  • PCR Test negative result 2 x 24 hrs before departure to Bali - paper based copy in English

  • Completed e-CD (Customs App)

  • Immigration documents ( Passport, Visa, Stay Permit)

    • Nationality Passport which is valid and still valid for at least 6 months.

    • A return ticket or a one-way ticket to continue the journey to another country.

    • Other required documents in accordance with the provisions of the Head of the Covid-19 Task Force Handling,

  • Travel insurance

  • Both 2 Doses or 3 Doses ( Booster) are accepted.

  • Accommodation booking with a hotel/resort/villa that is CHSE certified for minimum of 3 consecutive nights in one hotel/resort/villa. If you plan on staying longer than 3 nights, you may book your entire stay with your favorite hotel/resort/villa that is CHSE certified. This is applicable to both VOA and eVISA holders as well as non Bali residents( Both National and Indonesian Passport holders)

  • For any traveller who has booked a tour package with a travel agent they will need to show proof of confirmation from the Travel Agent of booking and payment for the 3 Nights / 4 Days as well as the relevant visa for entry ( VOA or eVisa)

  • For Bali Residents both Indonesian and Foreign Passport holders you will need to show proof of identity card or KTP and can await their results of PCR testing at their place of residence and may not interact with other people until a negative result is received.

Vaccination requirements

  • Either 2 Doses or 3 Doses ( Booster) are accepted.

  • Completed vaccine or booster minimum 14 days before arrival to Bali.

Insurance

  • SGD 20,000 that covers COVID ( VOA & B211A holders only )

  • We recommend travelers also purchase the Jaga Wisata travel insurance. For only IDR500.000 in the event you test positive and need to move to an isolation hotel or medical facility. Many overseas travel insurance with COVID may not actually cover you in Bali.

PCR Testing

PCR Testing upon arrival in Bali for International travelers is required as part of your entry requirements. You can book and pay for your PCR test before you arrive here. Or you purchase your first PCR test at the airport.

In all the above instances once you are tested and clear the airport arrival procedures you will need to await your test results in your hotel room or place of residency.

The Peduli Lindungi app. Click here for more information on current PCR testing.

There are hotels/resorts/villas that are offering PCR test on arrival and on day 3, as part of their packages. They may also offer an optional insurance package in case you test positive and need to be moved to an isolation hotel or hospital.

More information available on travel insurance also available here

It is alway best to check directly with your CHSE certified accommodation if PCR testing is included package.

Note: Travelers remain responsible for verifying all documents required for the date they anticipate entering and complying with all Government health protocols.

Infographics of the latest entry regulations



Source: https://www.welcomebacktobali.com/blog/entry-exit-requirements/visa-entry-requirements

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