Welcome back to Bali

Visa on Arrival


Visa on Arrival has been reinstated and, as of 21 March 2022, is available to nationals of the following countries:

Argentina, Australia, Belgium, Brazil, Brunei, Cambodia, Canada, China, Denmark, England, Finland, France, Germany, Hungary, India, Italy, Japan, Laos, Malaysia, Mexico, Myanmar, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Philippines, Poland, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Seychelles, Singapore, South Africa, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Swiss, Taiwan, Thailand, Tunisia, Turney, UAE, USA, Vietnam


VOA is available to those landing from international flights in Denpasar ONLY – not those landing in Jakarta or other Indonesian cities.

The visa costs Rp500,000 and can be paid for in cash (Indonesian rupiah), or by Visa or Mastercard. 

Entry requirements change regularly. For the latest official updates please click here.

Here's what you need to know




There is no quarantine for travellers arriving in Bali via an international flight HOWEVER your first night must be booked for a stay at a CHSE-certified hotel/resort/villa. (Previously it was first three nights.)

When you arrive at your hotel you will have to take a PCR test, and wait at that hotel until your results are through. If the result is negative, you are free to roam – however, you must still spend your night at your CHSE-certified hotel/resort/villa. There is no longer a requirement for you to have a second PCR test on your third day in Bali.

For the list of CHSE-certified hotels/resorts/villas please click here.

Vaccination status and PCR tests


To enter Bali you muse be fully vaccinated and have official proof (printed or digital) of your vaccination status.

You must also and have the printed results of a negative PCR test. The sample must have been taken within 2x24 hours of departure.

The app you need, plus other requirements


Before you leave home you will need to download the PeduliLindungi app and complete the e-HAC section of the app. Download the app on Google Play or from Apple's App Store

Other requirements for entry to Indonesia include travel insurance, an outbound ticket and proof of accommodation booked at a CHSE-approved hotel/resort/villa.

For the full list of entry requirements, please click here.