Here is what you need:
The list of requirements to come to Bali is pretty long, BUT the conditions are pretty easy to fulfill, check below to see if you are ready!
- Be fully vaccinated.
- Book an international flight: As of 9 March, SIA, Scoot, and Jetstar are flying from Singapore to Bali. Garuda and Jetstar are flying from Australia. Malaysia Airlines from Kuala Lumpur. KLM from Amsterdam via Singapore.
- Have health and travel insurance covering for Covid-19, this one cost 500 000 IDR (32 EUR). That’s the best option if you don’t already have insurance, specifically covering Covid-19 mishaps.
- Buy a Visa on Arrival (VOA) at the airport (for passport holders of 23 countries): 500 000 IDR (32 EUR). Have 6 months validity on your passport and at least 2 blank pages.
- International visitors need to book and pay for a CHSE certified accommodation: 3 nights minimum, and book a CHSE transport from the airport. Here is the list, select Bali + Badung (for hotels in South Bali).
- Have Whatsapp (for test results) and Peduli Lindungi app installed & up and running on your phone.
- Fill-in the online custom declaration form.
- 3 PCR tests : 1 negative result IN ENGLISH no more than 48 hours before departure + undergo 1 PCR test upon arrival either at the airport or at your pre-booked accommodation (travellers are required to wait in their room for the results) + undergo 1 PCR test on day 3 (after 2 nights). Between the last 2 tests visitors are free to go where they want, and don’t actually need to stay in the booked accommodation. You can pre-book and pay your tests here.
It could be easier but it’s the easiest it’s been for 2 years!
If you are ready to do it…then Bali is ready for you and Villa Nest team is very much looking forward to welcoming you with our unique sense of hospitality.