Last updated on 13 APRIL 2022, 1030hrs (GMT+8)
Travel regulation for Indonesia
Category of Passengers Allowed Entry
- Indonesian citizens: Non-vaccinated, partially, and vaccinated citizens are allowed entry.
- Foreign nationals: Only fully-vaccinated passengers who have completed a minimum of two (2) dose of the COVID-19 vaccine will be allowed entry.
Travel Procedures & Quarantine Order
- Effective 6 April 2022, the Indonesian Government has granted Special Visa on Arrival for Tourism and Visa Exemption for Tourism for eligible countries for entry through:
- Soekarno Hatta (CGK)
- Ngurah Rai Bali (DPS)
- Kualanamu North Sumatra (KNO)
- Juanda East Java (SUB)
- Hasanuddin South Sulawesi (UPG)
- Sam Ratulangi North Sulawesi (MDC)
- Yogyakarta (YIA)
- Indonesian citizens and foreign nationals travelling to Indonesia must fulfil the following requirements at the respective arrival airports.
- Travellers must present a negative RT-PCR test which is to be conducted 48-hours before their scheduled departure to Indonesia.
Travellers who have recently been infected with COVID-19 within the last 30 days are exempted from having a negative PCR test, subject to medical authentication/recovery certificate from departure country confirming the virus is no longer transmissible.
Passengers are required to download the PeduliLindungi app by the Indonesian government and are strongly advised to complete all details and forms required prior to their departure to Indonesia.
- Passengers are required to fill in the Indonesia Electronic Customs Declaration (E-CD) which is accessible here.
- Upon arrival, only overseas travellers (Indonesian citizens and foreign nationals) who are symptomatic and/or with body temperature of 37.5 degrees Celsius will be required to undergo RT-PCR re-examination upon arrival.
- Arriving travellers via the special Visa on Arrival programmes will be required to provide proof of the following documentations:
- Passport valid for 6 months since date of entry;
- Return or onward ticket (which indicates the date of departure from Indonesia);
- Insurance that includes a coverage for COVID-19 treatment in Indonesia;
- Hotel booking confirmation;
- Visa on Arrival fee Rp. 500.000 (if applicable);
- Other relevant documents as part of the entry requirements.
- Indonesian citizens and foreign nationals who are not vaccinated or have only completed one (1) dose of the COVID-19 vaccine are required to undergo a quarantine period of five (5) days. This includes foreign nationals in the below categories:
- Children aged below 18 years old;
- Holders of diplomatic residence permits and official residence permits; and/or
- Holders of a limited stay permit card (KITAS) and a permanent residence permit card (KITAP).
- International travellers (including Indonesian citizens) who have received two (2) doses or more of the vaccine at least 14 days before departure to Indonesia are not required to undergo quarantine.
- Exemption of quarantine for foreign nationals may be granted for those travelling under the travel bubble scheme in the following categories:
- Diplomatic passport holders with an official visa
- Foreign dignitaries in ministerial positions and above and their accompanying official delegates
- Passengers travelling under the official Travel Bubble Corridor scheme
- Official delegates from G20 countries
- Returning Indonesian nationals on tourist or business visas will be responsible for their own quarantine and PCR testing expenses.
Please note that travel restrictions and advisories may change at short notice, and that you continue to be solely responsible for complying with all laws and/or travel requirements of jurisdictions to be flown from, into or over. Malaysia Airlines (MH) makes no representation or warranty (either express or implied) on the completeness or accuracy of the information contained herein, and shall not be liable for any errors or omissions, or any damages that may result from your access to, use of, and reliance on such information.