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Indonesia continues to make great strides in restarting its travel recovery with the easing of entry restrictions throughout the country. To get more details and route-specific information, visit Covid Entry Check.

What’s New? 

On-arrival PCR tests have been removed for all asymptomatic travellers

The visa-free policy expanded to the whole country for travellers from ASEAN member countries. Previously this was only available in Batam and Bintan while VoA entry was only possible via Bali.

Frequently asked questions

Do I need a test to enter? 

General arrivals will need a pre-departure negative Covid-19 test to enter.

Will I need to quarantine when I arrive? 

General arrivals will need to quarantine upon arrival, however, the duration will depend on your country of origin and vaccination status.

Good to know

Indonesia’s mask mandate

All persons older than 1-year-old must wear a mask when out in public. 

Social distancing

Face-to-face meetings are allowed with physical distancing, venue capacity will depend on the PPKM level assigned to the region you are in.

Getting around

Indonesia’s public transportation has implemented a capacity limit of 70% for regions that are under PPKM level 3

Contact Tracing

All travellers will be required to install and activate PeduliLindungi app on their devices or while in Indonesia.

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