The most current information regarding coronavirus in Bali
This article is constantly being updated. Here we collect the most recent updates.
UPDATE: As of September 16, 2021, entry to Indonesia on business visas is open again! Visas are being processed!
UPDATE: As of July 6, 2021, the Indonesian Immigration Office has introduced a new regulation for foreigners to enter the country and issue business visas
UPDATE: We help with business visa processing for entry into Indonesia! Write to the chat and managers will tell you more.
UPDATE: Most likely Bali will not open to foreign tourists until the end of 2020 (according to Bali Governor Wayan Koster).
UPDATE: Bali opened for domestic tourism on 1st August 2020.
UPDATE: Starting June 2, 2020, Singapore permits transit through its territory.
UPDATE: Since April 2, foreign citizens are prohibited from entering Indonesia, as well as transit through its territory.
And now in more details ...
How can I get to Bali now?
As of September 16, 2021, Indonesia is again issuing business visas. The visa is issued for 60 days + 4 extensions of 30 days each, in total you can stay in the country for six months.
You need a passport photo (which is valid for at least 6 months) to apply for the visa!
Also, from July 6, 2021 to apply for a business visa to Indonesia you need:
- COVID-19 full vaccination passport (proof of vaccination is also required for children from 12 years old);
- In the case of a vaccination waiver: a medical certificate in English, signed and stamped;
Write to us in the online chat and we will help you with the registration.
Coronavirus in Bali: what is happening today (update of the situation on September 21, 2021)
Bali is under Emergency Restrictions on public activities and health protocol checks until September 20, 2021. But, in the last week, the level of restrictions has been reduced from 4 to 3.
It is compulsory to wear masks on the streets and in the stores. Many establishments, restaurants, stores, and malls reopen with an opening hours of 9:00 p.m.
Masking is mandatory in public places.
Many hotels have significantly reduced room rates. The island is very quiet and not very crowded.
As of September 20, more than 3 million people in Indonesia had already received the coronavirus vaccine.
Which tourist sites have already opened in Bali?
At this point, most of the attractions and activities are opening and starting up again.
No test and vaccination needed
- Climbing Batur
- Bali private transfer
- Snorkeling and diving in Bali and Nusa Penida
- Batur and the village of the dead
- Elephant park (open Saturday / Sunday only)
- Bali Hai Cruise
- Nusa Penida and Nusa Lembongan tours and tickets on speedboat
- All excursion tours with natural attractions
Test or vaccination needed
- Fishing and Yachts
- Tours with temples and public places
Need both test and vaccination
- All tours and tickets to:
- Gili (Lombok)
- Ijen (Java)
- Bromo + Ijen (Java)
- Rijdani (Lombok)
- Borobudur Temple (Java)
- Komodo (Flores)
Note: the situation is changing rapidly, please check with our managers for information on the opening of any seats.