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Planning for A Trip to Bali? Read These New Requirements First

 

New regulations have been imposed for those who are planning an essential trip to Bali by air, land, and sea. This is in accordance with the Governor of Bali Circular Letter No. 08 of 2021 on the extended period of village-based restrictions of community activities or locally known as Pemberlakuan Pembatasan Kegiatan Masyarakat (PPKM) within the New Normal Era in the Province of Bali

These imposed regulations took effect from Monday, 28 June 2021, with a transition period of 2 (two) days of socialization on 28 - 29 June 2021. Then, the new requirements are strictly enforced for passengers who need to travel to Bali on Wednesday, 30 June 2021.

All domestic travelers are required to follow these regulations when flying to visit Bali:

  1. All travelers coming by air transportation at I Gusti Ngurah Rai International Airport must present official negative PCR Swab test results 2 x 24 hours before departure. The test result must show an official barcode / QR code to prove the tests’ authenticity to be able to travel to Bali.
  2. All passengers must complete an eHac Indonesia application.
  3. Passengers under the age of 5 are not required to present an RT-PCR / Rapid Antigen Test / GeNose C19 Test.

Indonesian doctor taking a PCR swab for COVID-19 from a young child

All domestic tourists planning a trip to Bali by land or sea are also required to follow these regulations:

  1. All passengers must present an official negative PCR Swab test result or negative Antigen test result 2 x 24 hours before departure. The test result must show an official barcode / QR code to prove the tests’ authenticity to be able to visit Bali.

  2. All passengers must complete an eHac Indonesia application.

  3. Passengers under the age of 5 are not required to present an RT-PCR / Rapid Antigen Test / GeNose C19 Test as a requirement.


All tourists who travel to Bali are required to carry out health protocols, namely to wear a mask, wash hands, and keep physical distance. For more information on these requirements, please refer to the official website of the Government of Bali Province. Read the full version of the circular letter here.