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From March 7 Foreign travellers and tourist can enter Indonesia’s Bali without quarantine.

Travellers from abroad can enter Indonesia’s Bali island quarantine-free starting on Monday (Mar 7), said Coordinating Minister for Maritime Affairs and Investment Luhut Pandjaitan. 

Speaking at a virtual press conference, Mr Pandjaitan said the government decided to make Bali quarantine-free given the COVID-19 situation in Indonesia, where the caseload has subsided and the fatality rate is considered relatively low.

Quarantine-free requirements in Bali, as follows :

  1. Foreign traveller who come must show a paid hotel booking that has been paid for at least 4 days or show proof of domicile in Bali for Indonesian citizens
  2. Foreign traveller who enter must have complete vaccination / booster
  3. Foreign traveller does the PCR-test entry and waits in the hotel room until the negative test result comes out
  4. After being negative, you can be free to do activities while still carrying out health protocols
  5. Forgein traveller again conducts PCR-test on day 3 at their respective hotels
  6. Forgein traveller must still have health insurance that guarantees COVID-19 according to the provisions
  7. International event held in Bali during the trial period implementing Strict Health Protocols According to G20 Standards
  8. Tightening of health protocols and the use of PeduliProtect in various places
  9. Bali booster vaccine acceleration reaches 30 percent in the next week

Also from Monday, tourists from 23 countries entering Bali’s Ngurah Rai airport can obtain a visa on arrival instead of needing to apply for a visa pre-departure : 

  1.  Australia
  2.  United State
  3.  Netherlands
  4.  Brunei
  5.  Philipines
  6. England
  7. Italy
  8. Japan
  9. Germany
  10. Cambodia
  11. Canada
  12. South Korea
  13. Laos
  14. Malaysia
  15. Burma
  16. France
  17. Qatar
  18. New Zealand
  19. Singapore
  20. Thailand
  21. Turkey
  22. United Arab Emirates
  23. Vietnam

The government hopes the programme will help revive Bali’s battered economy.Prior to COVID-19, Bali was Indonesia’s main tourist destination. The pandemic has hit the island’s economy hard as it contracted 9.3 per cent in 2020 and 2.47 per cent last year. 

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