Frequent question: Can you fly to Bali from Australia?

Australia’s favourite holiday destination began to welcome tourists from 19 countries (including New Zealand, Japan, China, India, South Korea and United Arab Emirates) earlier this month, however Australians will be able to travel to Bali from November 1, 2021 when our international borders open.

Can I travel to Bali right now?

Yes. All foreign visitors arriving in Indonesia are required to: have a negative COVID-19 PCR test obtained within 72-hours of their departure and present it to the Indonesian health authorities. Undertake a mandatory 5-day quarantine at designated facilities supervised by the Indonesian government.

Is Australia Open to Indonesia?

Aussies can already travel to Indonesia, provided they’re fully vaccinated, have a travel visa, and have accomplished all pre-travel requirements. If you’re planning to visit Bali, the island is gradually re-opening its borders to select countries.

When can I travel to Bali from Australia?

Australia’s favourite holiday destination began to welcome tourists from 19 countries (including New Zealand, Japan, China, India, South Korea and United Arab Emirates) earlier this month, however Australians will be able to travel to Bali from November 1, 2021 when our international borders open.

Can we enter Indonesia now?

All international travelers may still be able to enter Indonesia without the COVID-19 registration. If you are Indonesian citizen and have gotten the full COVID-19 vaccination overseas, the vaccination record will be verified by the Indonesian Ministry of Health.

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Is Bali Open for Tourism 2021?

Officials announced that Bali will begin welcoming some international tourists from October 2021. From October 14, fully vaccinated travellers from 19 countries can enter Bali.

Do I need to quarantine in Indonesia?

After 9 days or 13 days of quarantine from the date of arrival for Indonesian citizens and foreigners are re-examined RT-PCR. If the RT-PCR result is negative, then after 10 days or 14 days of quarantine, Indonesian citizens and foreigners are declared for completed quarantine.