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Detailed Restriction/Reopening Information For Indonesia
Data Last Updated: September 15, 2021

General Information

Partially Open

Indonesia is presently closed to travellers visiting for tourist purposes. The restriction exempts permanent residents, diplomats, and transport workers. 

The famous tourist island of Bali is now allowing the entry of tourists. However, International visitors will face strict entry restrictions. Aside from undergoing an eight-day quarantine, they must take three PCR tests before they enter the island. All visitors are also required to follow rigorous protocols such as wearing masks and providing their vaccination status on a government-verified phone app. 

Mask Requirement

Mask is required to be worn in all public indoor, public transport and all outdoor areas.

Internal Restrictions/Closures

Indonesia continues to adjust restrictions, including large-scale social distancing measures known as PSBB in several localities, to stem the spread of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) as of Sept. 25.

Areas with significant COVID-19 activity can apply to the central authorities to enact extendable large-scale social distancing measures.

While controls vary by location, common restrictions in these areas include suspending schools and closing or limiting the operating hours of workplaces. Entry and exit restrictions are also in effect in areas enacting large-scale social distancing regulations, with exemptions for government officials, medical workers, and businesspeople in critical sectors, among others. A nationwide public health emergency declaration remains in effect until further notice.

Officials in some localities have lifted large-scale social distancing measures due to reduced COVID-19 activity and concerns of the measures' economic impact. However, some localized controls remain in effect in several locations that are without large-scale social distancing measures.

Bali Province has allowed domestic tourists to visit the island since July 31.


Airlines & Transport

Authorities require planes and public land transport to operate at 70 percent of their capacity, and private-hire vehicles and taxis at 50 percent capacity.

There is no capacity limit for sea transport, though other health protocols are in place.

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Information for Non-Tourists

Domestic air travelers need to provide a doctor's letter certifying the absence of flu-like symptoms, or medical certification with a maximum 14-day validity confirming negative results of a swab or rapid COVID-19 test.

Passengers also have to show their identification documents and download the PeduliLindungi contact tracing application.

Permanent residents, diplomats, and transport workers are welcome into the country. Officials require inbound passengers to produce documents stating they are free from COVID-19. Travelers without the certificates will undergo tests upon arrival in Indonesia and be isolated in government-designated facilities until test results are released.

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