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Bali reopening for international tourism
Written by Sarika on October 18, 2021 Share on

International Tourism Reopens for Bali from 19 countries

Bali is one of the most beautiful and peaceful places in the world to visit! There are many restrictions to travel to this tropical country but safe to say that you can travel now! Bali is now reopening for international tourism from 19 countries around the world. Let us know more about the details about how Bali is open for Indian tourists and the Covid restrictions too!


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Countries for which Bali is reopening for International tourism and travel

Bali reopening for International tourism
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After the unexpected pandemic and Covid tension, Bali is now slowly opening for international tourism. Though only selected countries are free to visit Bali, there are still many restrictions during travel. And the countries that are free to visit Bali are- India, China, Japan, South Korea, Saudi Arabia, UAE, Kuwait, Bahrain, Qatar, New Zealand, Liechtenstein, France, Italy, Sweden Spain, Portugal, Poland, Hungary and Norway. It is very important to meet the requirements at least one month prior to your travel date. For example, fully vaccinated with certificates, RT-PCR negative test report only 48 hours before the travel date and other valid ID proofs.

The Indonesian government also believes that reopening international tourism will increase the country’s economical GDP to at least to a certain extent. Baby steps can be the only word that well defines the current situation about international tourism.

Also read- 20 best adventurous things to do in Bali

Bali COVID-19 restrictions for Indian tourists

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Bali reopening for international tourism and Indian tourists is such great news because the place is full of serenity and peace. You can enjoy Bali’s beauty with some simple safety precautions and pre-requisites. Continue reading to know more about the restrictions listed by the Bali government.

  1. The person travelling must be fully vaccinated and there are no two ways about it (2 shots of the vaccine must be taken).
  2. Take your second dose of vaccine atleast 14 days prior to your travel date to Indonesia.
  3. Travellers must possess RT-PCR negative report (test report should be within the last 48 hours)
  4. You must carry all the needed documents, valid ID proofs and follow the safety protoccols of Bali.
  5. Always carry a hand sanitizer, masks and tissues to avoid direct contact
  6. All the tourists must mandatorily quarantine in any hotel in Bali for at least 5 days (4 nights)

Also, read- 10 affordable luxury resorts in Bali for your vacation

Bali entry requirements for Indian tourists

  1. Tourists should carry the RT-PCR negative report that is taken only 48 hours before the travel date.
  2. Certificates of vaccinations for both the doses.
  3. If you are flying directly to Bali, you should produce the hotel name for the 5 days period of quarantine.
  4. During the quarantine period, the traveller must take 2 PCR tests at the room and produce the negative report to further continue the travel. (PCR testing kits will be provided by the hotel you are going to quarantine)
  5. When you arrive at Jakarta or Bali, it is necessary to take the first RT-PCR test and your hotel will pay for it.
  6. It is necessary to have a health insurance proof during the travel.

If you are directly flying to Bali, Bali Ngurah Rai Airport in Denpasar will welcome you with a warm hug. If you cannot directly fly to Bali, you can fly through Jakarta international airport but you should go through a quarantine period of 8 days in Jakarta before flying to Bali again.

Also, read- 5 breathtaking experiences in Bali

Travel tips for international tourists

  • Always carry hand sanitizers, few disposable masks, tissues, covers and disinfectant spray.
  • Try to avoid physical contact during the travel by paying the bills online, avoiding crowded areas and strictly following social distancing practices.
  • You can apply e-Visa to avoid unnecessary crowd and physical contact.
  • Try online check-in at the airport to make the process easier.
  • Minimal baggage will reduce contact to a greater extent.
  • Learn about Bali’s safety protocols and COVID rules for international tourists.

Also read- 10 must-visit attractions in Bali


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FAQ about Bali reopening for International tourism

Can you skip the quarantine period after arriving at Bali?

No. You must go through the quarantine period of 5 days after arriving at Bali.

Can any international tourists travel to Bali?

No. Do check the 19 countries list released by the Bali government.

These are the most important COVID rules and restrictions imposed by the Bali government regarding the travel reopening for Indian tourists and International tourism. Plan your best and safest vacation with Pickyourtrail for the best experience. Also, check out the interesting Bali tour packages to know more about the pre-packages! You can also customise your Bali itinerary at your own comfort and budget!

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