Updated entry regulations for Bali - it's all good news!
Finally, there are hardly any regulations to enter Bali!
No more PCR tests on arrival
PCR tests at the airport have been scrapped so once you arrive in Bali you are free to enjoy your holiday with no further restrictions.
Visitors will get a temperature check at the airport but a PCR test on arrival will only apply to those that show symptoms or have a temperature of 37.5 of higher.
Visa on Arrival for 43 countries
There are now Visas on Arrival for the following countries (it costs Rp 500,000 per person payable on arrival by credit card or IDR cash - approximately $35)
Argentina Australia Belgium Brazil Canada China Denmark East Timor Finland France Germany Hungary India Italy Japan Mexico Netherlands New Zealand Norway Poland Qatar Saudi Arabia Seychelles South Africa South Korea Spain Sweden Switzerland Taiwan Tunisia Turkey UAE United Kingdom USA
Free Visa on Arrival for 9 countries
The following 9 countries now get free Visas on Arrival: Brunei, Cambodia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam.
No need to stay in CHSE certified accommodation
You can stay in your accommodation of choice anywhere on the island from day one. Our villas are Villa Sagitta near Ubud, Villa Cocoa Maya in Candidasa and Villa Bebek in the heart of the Oberoi district in Seminyak.
What is still required?
A negative PCR test 48 hours before your departure to Bali
Health insurance with specific COVID coverage
Proof of vaccination or exemption or recovery certificate
Quarantine in a CHSE hotel/resort/villa still applies to international arrivals who test positive or are not fully vaccinated
What is a recovery certificate?
If you have been confirmed positive for COVID-19 a maximum of 30 days before departure, and you have been declared inactive in transmitting COVID-19, an exception is made from the obligation to show a COVID-19 vaccination card/certificate and a negative RT-PCR result before departure. This is only on condition that you agree to a PCR upon arrival and attach a doctor's certificate or COVID-19 recovery certificate from the Government Hospital of the country of departure, or the ministry that carries out government affairs in the health sector in the country of departure, stating that the person concerned is no longer actively transmitting COVID-19.
Airlines flying directly to Bali
Emirates will resume non-stop flights from 1 May. In addition, Singapore Airlines has resumed flights to Bali (and Singapore opened up to visitors on 1 April, without the need to quarantine). Garuda is also flying direct as is Scoot, Jetstar Asia, KLM, Turkish Airlines, AirAsia and Qatar. Many more airlines are flying via Jakarta or Singapore.