Indonesia is Open


Indonesia is excited to welcome you back!

Indonesia is now open for travel! After a long and difficult road, most travel restrictions due to the COVID-19 pandemic have been lifted.
  1. Covid-19 Vaccination: As of June 2023, travelers are NOT required to be vaccinated against Covid-19 for entry. Some airlines might still have this requirement, so verify with your airline.
    However, even though it’s not mandatory, the Indonesian government suggests that travelers should still be fully vaccinated for their own safety and the safety of others.
  2. SatuSehat App: The use of the Satusehat app (formerly PeduliLindungi) is NO longer mandatory since June 2023.
  3. Negative RT-PCR Test Result: Pre-departure RT-PCR testing is NO longer mandatory. However, this regulation could change if Indonesia experiences a significant rise in positive cases.
  4. Quarantine: Fully vaccinated international travelers (with at least 2 doses) NO longer need to quarantine upon arrival. Travelers under 18 years old follow the quarantine guidelines of their parents, caregivers, or travel companions.
  5. Health/Travel Insurance: While it’s no longer a requirement, having health/travel insurance that covers treatment throughout your stay in Indonesia is still advisable.
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Visa Regulation

Planning a visit to Indonesia, the tropical paradise known for its stunning landscapes, vibrant culture, and warm hospitality, is an exciting endeavor. However, to ensure a smooth and enjoyable journey, it’s crucial to have a comprehensive understanding of the various visa options available. Let’s explore the diverse Indonesian tourist visas and their unique features and requirements.

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COVID-19 Vaccination Requirements

Fully vaccinated international travelers do not need to undergo quarantine and can now enter Indonesia without a PCR test before and upon arrival. Fully vaccination means two doses or more; Johnson and Johnson is considered two doses. 

Those exempted from vaccination due to comorbidity must show a medical statement in English stating that they cannot be vaccinated; otherwise, they can’t enter Indonesia.

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What You Should Prepare for Your Arrival in Indonesia

Before going to Indonesia, you will want to prepare everything for your trip to ensure it goes as smoothly as possible. Here are a few things you should prepare for your arrival in Indonesia.

  • A valid passport with an expiration date can not be less than six months and has at least one empty page.
  • Keep a printed or electronic copy of your return or onward ticket readily available during travel to Indonesia.
  • Ensure that your visa remains valid upon entering Indonesia.
  • Electronic Custom Declaration (E-CD)
Indonesia's Travel Requirements
Information is subject to change without notice. Additional measures during the pandemic may be imposed at such short notice, and specific details may change rapidly. Please contact your travel providers or your airlines for further information and follow the advice of the local authorities. Updated June 11, 2023.