The Indonesian Government have updated their Immigration laws pertaining to Covid vaccination requirements and proof of vaccination for both international and domestic travellers. You no longer need to provide proof of Covid-19 vaccination to enter Indonesia or travel domestically
Proof of Vaccination is no longer required
The latest government announcement issued June 9th states that showing a certificate of the COVID-19 vaccine is no longer required. Previously, it was mandatory for both foreigners and domestic travellers to present a certificate showing their second dose of the COVID-19 vaccine. With the latest circular, this requirement is no longer necessary.
Do I need to be vaccinated to enter Bali?
Based on the government’s latest circular, the answer is no – you do not need to be vaccinated.
Domestic Travel in Indonesia
Indonesian citizens are no longer required to have a booster to exit and enter Indonesia.
Do I have to download the SATUSEHAT application?
No, the application is no longer required.
Don’t forget you will also need to check what kind of visa is required for entry into Bali and take the hassle out of arriving at Bali airport by booking an airport transfer with a private car and driver to be met on arrival.