Agoda aims to give travelers an all-inclusive travel experience, and providing up-to-date, detailed information about current travel conditions is part of the package. While we strive to keep Indonesia Travel Requirements and Restrictions as current as possible through a host of reliable resources, travelers should confirm regulations through official government channels.
Indonesia is now open for tourism. Please see the following guidelines for international and domestic travel.
Vaccination Rate: 60% of the population has been fully vaccinated
Tourist Entry: Partially Allowed
Determine your eligibility for travel
To determine your eligibility for travel, please refer to the following conditions and requirements for Indonesia:
The government currently allows citizens, permanent residents, foreigners on high-level diplomatic state visits, Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Business Travel cardholders, citizens of ASEAN countries, and tourists from some international locations to enter Indonesia.
More details here https://indonesia.nl/en/visa/
– International travellers that have been tested positive for Covid-19 (max. 30 days prior to departure) and are not contagious, do not have to show proof of a full dose Covid-19 vaccination or negative PCR test prior to departure, under the condition that they must undergo a PCR test upon arrival and attach an International Recovery Certificate or doctor’s certificate from their country of departure.
3. Register the vaccination received abroad through the following website of the Indonesian Ministry of Health: https://vaksinln.dto.kemkes.go.id/sign/in and upload this data in the Peduli Lindungi app. You will receive a QR Code which can be scanned, for example if you want to enter malls, restaurants and other public places.
– Ground staff at the airport can also help to integrate the data in the Peduli Lindungi app.
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4. Upon arrival International travellers are submitted to a health check.
– Those who have received 2 and 3 doses of COVID-19 vaccines and have passed the health check are allowed to continue their travels
– For those who have only received 1 dose of COVID-19 Vaccines, must undergo quarantine for 5 days at their own expense
– If the traveller has Covid related symptoms and/or their body temperature is higher than 37,5 degrees during the health check, they must retake a PCR test at the airport and wait for their result. After receiving a negative PCR test result the traveller is allowed to continue their activities. If the PCR test is positive, travellers with mild or no symptoms have to quarantine for 5 days in their accommodation
– To those who undergo the 5 days quarantine, travellers must retake another PCR test on the fourth day.
– International travellers under 18 follow the provisions applied to their parents/caregiver or travel companion.
All International Travelers, both Indonesian Citizens (WNI) and Foreign Citizens (WNA), must show evidence of full COVID-19 vaccination completed at least 14 days before travel.
In the event that Indonesian citizens have not received a vaccine abroad, they will be vaccinated at the quarantine place upon arrival in Indonesia after the second RT-PCR examination with a negative result is carried out.
In the event that a foreigner has not received a vaccine abroad, the traveler will be vaccinated at the quarantine place upon arrival in Indonesia after the second RT-PCR examination with a negative result is carried out, with the following exceptions:
WNA aged 12 17 years;
Holders of diplomatic residence permits and official residence permits; and/or
Holders of a limited stay permit card (KITAS) and a permanent residence permit card (KITAP).
The obligation to show a COVID-19 vaccination card or certificate (physical or digital) as a requirement to enter Indonesia is excluded for:
Foreigners holding diplomatic visas and service visas related to official/state visits; foreign officials at ministerial level and above and foreigners who enter Indonesia under the Travel Corridor Arrangement scheme , according to the principle of reciprocity while still implementing strict health protocols; and
Foreigners who have not been vaccinated and intend to travel domestically and continue with the aim of taking international flights out of the territory of the Republic of Indonesia, are allowed to not show their COVID-19 vaccination card/certificate as long as they do not leave the airport area during transit waiting for international flights to be followed, with the following exceptions:
Has been permitted by the local Port Health Office to carry out domestic trips with the aim of being able to continue their flights out of Indonesia; and
Shows the schedule of flight tickets outside Indonesia for direct transit from the city of departure to the international airport in the territory of the Republic of Indonesia with the final destination to the destination country.
International travelers under 18 years of age; and
International travelers with special health conditions or comorbid diseases that prevent them from receiving vaccines, with the condition that they must attach a doctors certificate from the Government Hospital of the country of departure stating that the person concerned has not and/or cannot take the COVID-19 vaccination.
Any vaccination type accepted
The government continues to employ its four-level public activity restrictions system (PPKM) to implement domestic COVID-19 controls. PPKM tiers run from Level 1 through Level 4 in increasing order of severity.
Level 3 curbs in Java and Bali permit most essential and non-essential industries to operate at a maximum of 50% of employees working on-site and 75% for export-related businesses. Pamekasan Regency in East Java Province is the only Level 3 area in Java and Bali.
Outside Java and Bali, Level 3 rules allow non-essential establishments to operate at a maximum of 50% capacity on-site, whereas essential businesses may operate at 100%. Level 3 locations include Banjarmasin, Kendari, Makassar, Palembang, Pontianak, and Sorong cities and Jayapura, Mimika, and Poso regencies.
Most areas in the country, including Jakarta Province, are classified as Level 2 localities. Most businesses and activities under levels 1 and 2 across the country may occur at a maximum of 75% and full capacity, respectively. Businesses and facilities defined as operating in critical sectors can work on-site at full capacity nationwide. Facemasks are mandatory in public areas nationwide. Local jurisdictions may implement tighter restrictions on top of the measures mandated by the central government if the rate of transmission warrants.