Update from October 17, 2021: Indonesia Travel Restrictions

Update from October 17, 2021: Indonesia Travel Restrictions

Passengers not holding onward/return tickets or other acceptable evidence of onward/return travel may be refused entry.

Passengers who have had India travel history in the past 14 days cannot travel to Indonesia.

Allowed travel to Bali on direct flights (without transit) from Bahrain, China, France, Hungary, India, Italy, Japan, Kuwait, Liechtenstein, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, South Korea, Spain, Sweden and the United Arab Emirates, arriving in Denpasar Airport only.

Allowed travel to Jakarta and Manado with transit flights from all another countries.

Allowed to come Indonesia passengers with a valid visa, residence visa KITAS and KITAP, business visa B211A.

Passengers must hold a negative PCR test result obtained within 72 hours (starting from the test time) prior to the scheduled flight departure time. Test results must be written in English and contain the passenger’s name as written in their passport and their passport number.

Foreign passengers must hold a Covid-19 vaccination certificate or vaccination card, in paper or digital format, proving that they have been fully vaccinated with the full dose completed at least 14 days prior to departure. This does not apply to passengers holding proof that they cannot be vaccinated for medical reasons and passengers aged 17 years and younger.

Passengers must complete an electronic Health Alert Card (eHAC) and present the QR code prior to departure. The form must be completed using the Pedulilindungi application on Android or Apple.

Passengers must hold proof of health insurance or travel insurance which covers expenses related to quarantine and treatment for COVID-19, including booking reservation and payment of accommodation during their stay.

Passengers will be subject to an RT-PCR test on arrival and a second test on day 4 of their 5 day quarantine period.

Unvaccinated passengers either aged 12-17 years, or holding an Indonesia Temporary Residence Card (KITAS) or Indonesia Permanent Residence Card (KITAP) must vaccinate through the national vaccination scheme or Gotong Royong after arrival, after a second RT-PCR test is carried out with negative results.

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