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Last updated: 12/06/2023

Important Update You Need To Know

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Latest COVID-19 Health Protocol 2023

The official implementation of Circular Letter Number 1 of 2023 concerning Health Protocols during the Transition Period of Endemic COVID-19 has begun in Indonesia starting from 9 June 2023 with no specified end date.

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General Info on the Current Travel Policies

Regulations for Domestic Travel in Indonesia

 

General Regulations Based on the Circular Letter of the COVID-19 Task Force No. 1 of 2023

For individuals who travel domestically and internationally, engage in activities in public facilities, and participate in large-scale events must make personal efforts to protect themselves from COVID-19 transmission. Each individual:

  • is recommended to receive the COVID-19 vaccination up to the 2nd booster or 4th dose, especially for individuals at high risk of COVID-19 transmission;
  • is allowed not to wear masks when in a healthy condition and not at risk of contracting or transmitting COVID-19;
  • is advised to carry a hand sanitizer and/or use soap and running water for regular handwashing;
  • is recommended to maintain distance or avoid crowds to prevent COVID-19 transmission, especially individuals who are unwell and at risk of contracting or transmitting COVID-19; and
  • is recommended to continue using the SATUSEHAT application to monitor personal health.

Source: Circular Letter of the COVID-19 Task Force No. 1 of 2023

 

Travel Regulations Based on Transportation Modes

Land

Passengers who are/will be undertaking domestic travel using land transportation can refer to the following travel policy:

Maritime (Ocean)

Passengers who will/be undertaking domestic travel using maritime transportation can refer to the following travel policy:

Air

Passengers who are/will be undertaking domestic travel using air transportation can refer to the following travel policy:

Train

Passengers who are/will be traveling domestically using train transportation can refer to the following travel policy:

 

New Entry Regulation for Foreign Visitors to Bali

 

Effective from February 14, 2024, in accordance with Law Number 15 of 2023, all foreign tourists visiting Bali are required to pay a retribution fee of 10 USD (equivalent to 150,000 IDR). This fee contributes to the preservation of Bali's cultural heritage, the enhancement of its natural environment, and the improvement of the overall travel experience. 

 

Certain groups of foreign tourists may qualify for an exemption from the retribution fee, subject to the following conditions:

  1. Holders of diplomatic and official visas.
  2. Crew members on transportation vehicles.
  3. Holders of Temporary Stay Permit Card (KITAS) or Permanent Stay Permit Card (KITAP).
  4. Holders of family reunification visas.
  5. Student visa holders.
  6. Golden visa holders, and
  7. Holders of visas not intended for tourism purposes issued by Immigration.

 

Please note: To be eligible for the exemption from the retribution fee, foreign tourists falling under categories 6 and 7 need to submit an application through the Love Bali System at least 5 (five) days before their arrival in Bali. If the application is submitted less than 5 (five) days prior to arrival, foreign tourists will still be subject to the retribution fee.

 

For more details, please visit lovebali.baliprov.go.id or download the Love Bali app.

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