Coronavirus (COVID-19) travel restrictions in Bali (Indonesia)

Information last updated on January 24, 2021.

It’s been more than a year since the COVID-19 pandemic started. Traveling now is more complicated than it used to be, due to numerous restrictions, vaccinations, and other local factors. We admit that getting away is not easy, but it is by no means impossible! However, Bali is still not open for tourism at the moment. We are all expecting the day!

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Here is all you need to know if you’re thinking of traveling to Bali now!

 
Who can visit Bali right now?
Only legal residents (KITAS or KITAP) are allowed to enter the country at the moment. Foreign internationals are accepted only under specific circumstances, but tourism is not one of them.
 
Is a negative COVID-19 test required for entry in Bali?
Yes, a negative PCR test done maximum 48 hours prior to entering the country is mandatory for those with a right to entry.
 
Is quarantine mandatory for travelers entering Bali?
Yes, all travelers who can enter the country must self-isolate for 14 days.
 
Is there any other special requirement before traveling?
No, but you need to make sure that you respect all regulations of the countries you are transiting before you reach Bali, if you do not have a direct flight.
 
Is domestic traveling allowed in Bali?
Yes, there are no restrictions on domestic travel. However, if you will travel by plane, negative tests might be required, depending on the airline you are flying with.
 
Are there any special rules set in place regarding the pandemic?
General health requirements need to be followed. Some particular measures might be ordered by the local authorities, so make sure you are paying attention to the local regulations.
 

Frequently Asked Questions


Can I travel to Bali from the US right now?
No, unless you have a valid residence permit (KITAS or KITAP) or you are traveling for an exceptional cause, with specific approvals.
 
Can I travel to Bali from the UK right now?
No, unless you have a valid residence permit (KITAS or KITAP) or you are traveling for an exceptional cause, with specific approvals.
 
Can I travel to Bali from Canada right now? No, unless you have a valid residence permit (KITAS or KITAP) or you are traveling for an exceptional cause, with specific approvals.
 
Is a COVID-19 vaccine mandatory for travelers entering Bali?
No, vaccination is not required at the moment.
 
What are the best things to do in Bali right now?
Bali offers so many options for spending a great vacation. There are plenty of tours and activities you can enjoy while traveling in this amazing Asian country. Make sure you check out our dedicated page where you can find the inspiration for your next adventure.

 

Bear in mind that all information is subject to change. Travel restrictions vary depending on the evolution of the pandemic in different states. We strongly advise you to follow the indications of your local authorities before you decide to travel. We constantly update the information to keep you informed, but it is always a good idea to check the official websites of your destination country before your departure.