COVID-19 Protocols & Entry Requirements

Last updated: 17 August 2022

International Travel Status

Indonesia is open for international travel.

We recommend that travelers get a booster shot if they plan to travel on a domestic flight within Indonesia. While fully vaccinated travelers (without booster) are able to enter Indonesia without quarantine, they will be required to have either a booster shot at least 14 days in advance or a PCR test within 3 days of boarding a domestic flight. We recommend arranging a booster shot to avoid having to take a PCR test while in country.

Visa on Arrival is available for passport holders from the following countries:

1. Argentina
2. Austria
3. Australia
4. Bahrain
5. Belarus
6. Belgium
7. Brazil
8. Brunei Darussalam
9. Bosnia Herzegovina
10. Bulgaria
11. Cambodia
12. Canada
13. China
14. Croatia
15. Colombia
16. Cyprus
17. Czech
18. Denmark
19. Egypt
20. Estonia
21. Finland
22. France
23. Germany
24. Greece
25. Hong Kong

26. Hungary
27. India
28. Ireland
29. Italy
30. Japan
31. Jordan
32. Kuwait
33. Laos
34. Latvia
35. Lithuania
36. Luxemburg
37. Malaysia
38. Maldives
39. Malta
40. Monaco
41. Morocco
42. Mexico
43. Myanmar
44. Netherland
45. New Zealand
46. Norway
47. Oman
48. Peru
49. Philippines
50. Poland

51. Portugal
52. Qatar
53. Romania
54. Russia
55. Saudi Arabia
56. Serbia
57. Seychelles
58. Singapore
59. Slovakia
60. Slovenia
61. South Africa
62. South Korea
63. Spain
64. Sweden
65. Switzerland
66. Taiwan
67. Thailand
68. Timor-Leste
69. Tunisia
70. Turkey
71. Ukraine
72. United Arab Emirates
73. United Kingdom
74. United States of America
75. Vietnam


Access into Indonesia

Entry is available via the following air, land and sea ports:




Soekarno Hatta Jakarta
Ngurah Rai Denpasar Bali
Kualanamu Medan North Sumatera
Juanda Surabaya East Java
Sultan Hasanuddin Makassar South Sulawesi
Sam Ratulangi Manado North Sulawesi and
Yogyakarta Yogyakarta
Hang Nadim Riau Riau Islands
Zainuddin Abdul Majid Lombok West Nusa Tenggara
Adisumarno Surakarta Central Java
Minangkabau Padang West Sumatra
Raja Haji Fisabilillah Tanjung Pinang Riau Islands
Sultan Aji Muhammad Sulaiman Balikpapan East Kalimantan
Sultan Mahmud Badaruddin II Palembang South Sumatera
Sultan Syarif Kasim II Pekanbaru Riau
Syamsuddin Noor Banjarmasin South Kalimantan

Nongsa Terminal Bahari Riau Islands
Batam Centre Riau Islands
Sekupang Riau Islands
Citra Tri Tunas Riau Islands
Marina Teluk Senimba Riau Islands
Bandar Bentan Telani Lagoi Riau Islands
Bandar Seri Udana Lobam Riau Islands
Sri Bintan Pura Riau Islands
Dumai Riau
Tanjung Balai Karimun Riau Islands
Benoa Bali
Biak Papua
Jayapura Papua
Nusantara Pare Pare South Sulawesi
Padang Bai Bali
Samudera North Sulawesi
Saumlaki Moluccas
Sibolga North Sumatera
Soekarno-Hatta South Sulawesi
Sunda Kelapa DKI Jakarta
Tanjung Pandan Bangka Belitung
Tenau East Nusa Tenggara
Tual Moluccas

Entikong West Kalimantan
Aruk Sambas West Kalimantan
Mota'ain Atambua East Nusa Tenggara
Tunon Taka Nunukan North Kalimantan
Marore Tahuna North Sulawesi
Miangas Tahuna North Sulawesi
Nanga Badau Putussibau West Kalimantan
Serasan Ranai Riau Islands
Skouw Jayapura Papua
Sota Merauke Papua
Wini Atambua East Nusa Tenggara
Motomasin Atambua East Nusa Tenggara


Entry Requirements

For fully vaccinated travelers:

  • Vaccination certificate dated at least 14 days prior to travel (paper copy). In order to travel on a domestic flight within Indonesia, a booster shot is also needed

Children aged 0-17 are exempt from this requirement. Please note that proof of recovery from COVID-19 is not accepted in lieu of proof of vaccination

In Indonesia, you are considered fully vaccinated if you have received at least 2 doses of any combination of vaccine or 1 dose of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine.

  • Download PeduliLindungi, Indonesia’s contact tracing app, and complete the eHAC health declaration form on the app
  • Complete the online Custom Declaration form (e-CD) and follow all current public health measures set out by the Indonesian government during the stay
  • A PCR test is no longer required, however, a health screening will be conducted on arrival

Travelers who present symptoms of COVID-19 or who have a temperature higher than 37.5 degrees Celsius will be required to undergo an RT-PCR test and wait for the results at their booked accommodation. If a negative result is received, the traveler can continue with their travel plan.


For non-vaccinated travelers:

  • Quarantine for five days at a pre-booked hotel and undergo a PCR test on arrival; a second PCR test will be conducted before the traveler is released from quarantine
  • Download PeduliLindungi, Indonesia’s contact tracing app, and complete the eHAC health declaration form on the app
  • Complete the online Custom Declaration form (e-CD) and follow all current public health measures set out by the Indonesian government during the stay


Please note:

  • Travelers who tested positive for COVID-19 within 30 days prior to arrival in Indonesia are required to undergo an RT-PCR test on arrival. The traveler also needs to obtain a certificate stating that they are no longer actively transmitting COVID-19, issued by the relevant health authority in the country of departure
  • In cases when an RT-PCR test is required on arrival, travelers must remain at their booked accommodation until a negative test result is received
  • Travelers who test positive for COVID-19 on arrival or during their stay will be required to self-isolate. If the traveler has mild or no symptoms, they can isolate at a hotel for the period advised by a medical professional. If the traveler has moderate to severe symptoms (such as high fever, cough, shortness of breath and rapid breathing) they will be required to isolate at a local hospital until discharged by a medical professional (medical costs at the traveler's expense)
  • Travelers are advised to ensure they obtain the correct visa type prior to travel
  • From June 2022, health insurance is no longer mandatory for travel, however, travelers are required to follow all public health measures while in country
  • This information is subject to change; please contact your local embassy or consulate for the most current requirements for entry


Situation In-Country

  • 70% of Indonesians have been fully vaccinated. In Bali, 95% of the population has been fully vaccinated
  • Wearing masks is no longer mandatory outdoors
  • Shops, bars, restaurants and tourist attractions are open
  • Visitors must follow the government’s CHSE (Clean, Health, Safety and Environment) guidelines. This includes regularly washing hands, wearing masks, social distancing and avoid large gatherings


Please note: The above information has been researched with the utmost care. However, we can provide no guarantee of accuracy and the information and detail change regularly. Please always check travel restrictions both in your home country and the destination you are travelling to before you book and before travel.

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