Bali re-open for International Tourism? Know This Before You Go


Bali tourism – Do you miss spending time on the beach, waiting for the sunset to come? Or do you want to feel the breeze from Pady fields and other green-view nature again?

Yes! Bali already opened for international Tourists since October. Although traveling is allowed, keep in mind that Covid-19 risk is still threatening us. Accordingly, here are several things you need to know before you go to get an enjoyable trip to Bali:

1. Bali tourism Only Open for 19 Permitted Country

According to World Health Organization (WHO), there are only 19 Countries that could enter Bali. Those are:

  1. Bahrain
  2. China
  3. Hungaria
  4. India
  5. Italia
  6. Jepang
  7. Korea Selatan
  8. Kuwait
  9. Liechtenstein
  10. France
  11. Norway
  12. Uni Emirats Arab
  13. Polandia
  14. Portugal
  15. Qatar
  16. Saudi Arabia
  17. New Zealand
  18. Spain
  19. Sweden

2. Tourist has already completed Vaccination Process

Later on, tourists are only allowed to enter Bali if they can prove that they’re fully vaccinated by showing legal documents translated into English.

3. Negative Covid-19 Test Results

Even though a domestic flight to Bali doesn’t need a PCR test, International RT-PCR regulations still remain. The immigrations only approved negative RT-PCR test results within 3×24 hours. Therefore, Make sure you have already arranged your flight ticket according to your RT- PCR test results.

4. Pass All Administrative Regulations

Tourists must fulfill other administrative prerequisites such as a short stay visa or other entry permits, as well as proof of booking and payment for accommodation while in Indonesia. – Bali tourism

5. Mandatory Quarantine

Moreoever, Tourists must self-quarantine for 5 days at their own expense.