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Last update: June 26th, 2023

Travel requirements to enter Indonesia (for fully vaccinated travelers)

There is no more quarantine or Covid-19 test to provide, to enter Indonesia for fully vaccinated travelers and provided they meet following requirements to travel to Indonesia:

1. Travel insurance is no longer a requirement. However, it is highly recommended to protect your trip.


2. If the traveler is fully vaccinated, the PCR test is no longer necessary for entry into Indonesia; however, it’s possible that the airlines have varying requirements concerning the PCR test. Vaccination is not mandatory for children under 6 years old entering Indonesia. However, 6-17 year olds who are partially vaccinated may need to complete their vaccination requirements.


3. Some travelers are required to apply for a visa in advance. Please check with the embassy or your travel provider before traveling.


If you are presenting Covid-19 symptoms upon arrival, you are required to take a PCR test and might undergo quarantine at your own expense.

As a general recommendation, please always double check guidelines from your airlines and from Indonesia Department of Tourism for latest regulations.

Although travel insurance is not required for traveling to Indonesia, it is alway recommended to insure yourself during your trip to Indonesia.

Travel requirements to enter Indonesia (for unvaccinated travelers)

As of June 14th 2023, Authorities no longer require international travelers to present proof of COVID-19 vaccination to enter the country. Passengers do not need to undergo any PCR tests.

Do I need a visa to travel to Indonesia?

Indonesia has suspended visa-free entries for 159 countries. The only exempted countries are those belonging to the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN). People from ASEAN countries can stay in Indonesia for up to 30 days with a valid passport and a confirmed departure ticket. Visitors from the other 159 countries must apply for a visa and can enter Indonesia only after their visa is approved. List of countries requiring visas.

– All foreign travelers entering Indonesia need to have a passport with at least six months of validity.


– Visa exception is applicable for passport holders of the following countries: 

  • Brunei, Philippines, Cambodia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam 
– Visa on Arrival is applicable for passport holders of the following countries: 
  • Argentina, Austria, Australia, Bahrain, Belarus, Belgium, Brazil, Brunei, Bosnia Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Cambodia, Canada, China, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech, Denmark, Egypt, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Great Britain, Greece, Hong Kong, Hungary, India, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Jordan, Kuwait, Laos, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxemburg, Malaysia, Malta, Morocco, Mexico, Myanmar, Netherland, New Zealand, Norway, Oman, Peru, Philippines, Poland, Portugal, Qatar, Romania, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Serbia, Seychelles, Singapore, Slovakia, Slovenia, South Africa, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, Thailand, Timor-Leste, Tunisia, Türkiye, Ukraine, United Arab Emirates, United States of America, Vietnam


To obtain Visa on Arrival, you must:

1. Have a passport valid for at least 6 months since the date of entry

2. Have a return or onward ticket (must indicate the date of departure from Indonesia)

3. Prepare Visa on Arrival fee of 500,000 Rp

4. Follow the Indonesia health protocol


Tourists can also apply for the Visa on Arrival online (e-VOA), before entering Indonesia or during transit. The e-VOA is a single-entry visa which is valid for 30 days. Apply for e-VOA on the Immigration Website of Indonesia.

What happens if you test positive for Covid-19 in Indonesia?

If you test positive for COVID-19 upon arrival or during the trip, you will be taken to a designated medical facility. You will be responsible for the expenses.


If you are asymptomatic or have mild symptoms, you will be taken to an isolation facility for 10 days, where you will be tested again on the 5th or 6th day.


If you have severe symptoms, you’ll be taken to a hospital for treatment. It is recommended to get a clarification from your place of accommodation.

What to do in case of emergency in Indonesia

Travel from Australia to Indonesia

When arriving in Indonesia from Australia


– You can apply for a tourist visa upon arrival in Bali for around 50 AUD. You are required to show proof of booking for accommodation at a Cleanliness, Health, Safety, and Environment Sustainability (CHSE)-certified hotel with a duration of 4 days or longer.


– You are required to apply for a visa in advance if entering Indonesia from elsewhere.


– If you are entering Indonesia through Bali, you can take a COVID-19 PCR test upon arrival and travel freely when receiving a negative test result.


– If you are entering through other parts of Indonesia, you are required to quarantine at a hotel for one day.

Travel from the UK to Indonesia

When arriving in Indonesia 


– Tourists from the UK are currently not required to obtain a visa when traveling to Indonesia for less than 30 days. You can extend your stay once for a maximum of 30 days.


– Fully vaccinated tourists can apply for a visa on arrival at a cost of 500,000 IDR, or around 27 GBP.


– If you are traveling with different limited-stay visas, you are required to provide additional documents including a letter stating that you are willing to obey Indonesia’s health protocol including quarantine, and bank statements showing 1,500 USD (about 1,140 GBP) or equivalent for the past 3 months.


– If you have had COVID-19 in the past and are not fully vaccinated, you can use the NHS COVID PASS to provide proof of your recovery when entering Indonesia.