Get to Know the Newest Updates on Bali Reopening
The Indonesian government has eased up Bali's travel restrictions for domestic and foreign travelers. Now, you can enjoy quarantine-free holiday with visa on arrival! Prepare yourself with the latest information before you travel to Bali.
To ensure you have the safest and the most comfortable trip, the Island of Gods prepares for your arrival by maintaining the island's status as the place with the highest vaccination rate and providing Cleanliness, Health, Safety, and Environmental Sustainability (CHSE) certifications for your convenience. Whether it will be your return or first-time visit, always remember to travel responsibly while having a great holiday.
Get ready to be reunited with the wonders of Bali as the island is open for tourism again! Now, #ItstimeforBali!
Best Travel advice for all regions of Asia is given below:
Latest Travel Regulations to Enter Bali as of 8 June 2022
You know what time it is? Yes, #ItstimeforBali! The President of Indonesia, Joko Widodo, imposed new regulations for those who are planning to travel to Bali. Since 14 October 2021, Bali has been gradually opening its doors to international tourists. On 3 February 2022, the inaugural commercial flight of Garuda Indonesia Airline carrying international tourists landed in Bali from Narita, Japan. By relaxing the travel restrictions to Bali, the Indonesian Government hopes that this move will be able to revitalize the country’s tourism.
On 7 March 2022, the government also applied a quarantine-free trial period and a Visa On Arrival (VOA) program for 23 selected countries. The list of countries was then extended to 42 on 22 March 2022, 43 countries on 6 April 2022, then to 60 countries on 28 April 2022, and on 30 May 2022 to 72 countries.
Another great news to be noted is that from 18 May 2022, no RT-PCR test results are required to be taken prior to departure from the country or region of origin. Make sure to check on the details below before booking your flight to Bali!
To support the process of Bali reopening, the Indonesian Government will ensure to keep their utmost efforts to prevent the spread of COVID-19, namely by maintaining the status as one of countries with the highest vaccination rates, as well as the country that consistently provides safety protocols for all visitors. As of 6 April 2022, Bali is one of the top 3 provinces with highest vaccination rates and also one of the highest numbers of CHSE certifications.
Bali Government also stated that, after the Outbreak, Bali is ready to welcome and accommodate the visitors all over the world. This is due to the good monitoring and handling system employed by the Province.
“Bali is indeed very safe and ready to welcome foreign visitors. As always, Bali will provide world-class tourism products, and of more importance is the high hospitality of the People that you cannot find anywhere because it is genuinely based on Balinese local culture. No reason to worry at all” so says the governor.