Bali's reopening program
Bali's reopening program
Bali is finally reopening to international tourists, this is the news we were all waiting for!
Traveling to the magical Island of Gods is now getting much easier, thanks to the resuming of the Visa On Arrival and the quarantine-free travel program for all fully vaccinated international tourists.
You will be only required to book a minimum of 3 consecutive nights at CHSE-certified accommodation. The CHSE (Clean, Health, Safety & Environment) Certification Program has been granted to the majority of our listings. This means you can arrive quarantine-free and meet your entry obligations with a simple 3-night booking at one of our amazing villas in Bali!

Requirements and visa options

Here's all you need to know about the types of visa that you can obtain to enter Bali.

Visa on Arrival (VoA)

International travellers coming to Bali can now apply for VoA and must meet the following requirements:
  • Must be fully vaccinated or have received a booster shot.
  • Have a negative PCR test result before departure.
  • Show confirmation of prepaid accommodation in a CHSE-certified accommodation.
  • Must have a health insurance that covers COVID-19 related treatment.
  • Undergo another PCR test at the arrival gate in Bali.
  • Travellers with negative results may go on exploring Bali, while those with positive results are required to undergo isolation at the accommodation and take another PCR test on the third day.
  • Elderly overseas travellers who are tested positive and have comorbidities will be immediately hospitalised.
Currently, only travellers from the following countries can apply for a visa on arrival in Bali:
  • Australia
  • United States of America
  • United Kingdom
  • Germany
  • The Netherlands
  • France
  • Qatar
  • Japan
  • South Korea
  • Canada
  • Italy
  • New Zealand
  • Turkey
  • United Arab Emirates
  • Malaysia
  • Thailand
  • Singapore
  • Brunei Darussalam
  • Vietnam
  • Laos
  • Myanmar
  • Cambodia
  • Philippines

Visa Visit (B211A)

International travellers that cannot apply for Visa on Arrival must meet the following requirements:
  • Hold a Visitor’s Visa (B211A Visa) sponsored by an approved Indonesian travel agency. The B211A Visa costs approximately USD 250 per person and allows travellers to stay for 60 days, with the option to extend.
  • Be fully vaccinated with at least two doses of an approved Covid-19 vaccine at least 14 days prior to arrival. The Indonesian Government recognises the following vaccinations (including but not limited to): Pfizer, Moderna, Sinovac, AstraZeneca, Sinopharm, and Johnson & Johnson. International travellers must present their COVID-19 Vaccination Record Card in digital or hard copy upon arrival in Indonesia. They will also be required to verify their Non-Indonesian vaccination certificate on the Covid-19 Vaccination Registration website.
  • Provide evidence of a negative Covid-19 PCR test with the sample being taken 72 hours before arrival in Indonesia.
  • Undergo an RT-PCR test upon arrival in Indonesia, and one on day 3.
  • Provide proof of international health insurance with minimum coverage of USD 25,000, including but not limited to Covid-19 related treatment and hospitalisation in Indonesia.
  • Show confirmation of prepaid accommodation in a CHSE-certified accommodation.
  • Follow all the health protocols established by the Government of Indonesia.
  • Install the PeduliLindungi mobile application and complete eHAC on the app. For more information you can visit the PeduliLindungi website.
  • Complete the eCustoms Declaration form.
  • Install a Quarantine Precision App.
Please note: The information provided here may change. We will publish updates as soon as they are officially announced, however we strongly advise you to contact the embassy of the country you are visiting for the latest information.