The following provisions are the travel document requirements during the public activity restrictions (PPKM) effective from 8 March 2022 until further notice
Attention: COVID-19 test results must be published from one of the health facilities registered on the Indonesian Health Ministry that you can find here and passengers must make sure that it is uploaded to the eHAC system integrated into PeduliLindungi app by the health facility (you can download the app on Android and iOS)
|Already vaccinated the second / third dose||Second/third dose Vaccine Certificate|
|Already vaccinated the first dose||First dose Vaccine Certificate
Negative Result of RT-PCR test max 3 x 24 hours / rapid test antigen max 1 x 24 hours since the results are published
|Not yet vaccinated due to special health conditions/comorbid diseases||Negative Results of RT-PCR test max 3 x 24 hours / rapid test antigen max 1 x 24 hours since the results are published
a doctor’s statement from a Government Hospital stating that the person concerned has not/or is unable to take part in the COVID-19 vaccination
|Age under 6 years (not vaccinated)||Mandatory with travel companions and strictly enforce health protocols (excluded from vaccine travel requirements and PCR/antigen test results)|
- Negative COVID-19 test results must be published from one of the health facilities registered on the Indonesian Health Ministry that you can find here and passengers must make sure that it is uploaded to the eHAC system integrated to PeduliLindungi app by the health facility
- If there is a different requirement between the origin and destination, the regulations follow the more stringent requirements or follow the local Port Health Office (KKP) policies
- All passengers required to fill Electronic Health Alert Card (eHAC) that that is integrated with the PeduliLindungi app which can be downloaded on Android and iOS
- The provisions for children over 6 years old follow the general provisions of Passengers
- Passengers with urgent traveling purposes and are not yet or cannot be vaccinated due to medical reasons based on a statement letter from a medical specialist from a Government Hospitals may continue their journey by providing negative RT-PCR results based on the destination requirements
- Passengers departing from areas that do not have RT-PCR test facilities that can publish results in a short time are encouraged to confirm the policy of the departure airport authority
- Passengers departing from border areas and 3T areas (tertinggal, terdepan & terluar) where there are no Health facilities which provide COVID-19 Test facilities (RT-PCR or Rapid Antigen test) and already received the first dose of vaccination or have not been vaccinatedcould continue to depart with the following conditions:
- Journey other than to Bali Island: Allowed by the Departure Airport Authority with the possibility of additional provisions from the Arrival Airport Authority at the cost of the passengers’ own expense.
- Journey to Bali Island :
- Allowed by the Departure Airport Authority
- At least have a Negative Rapid Antigen Test Result upon departure
- According to the provisions of the authorities in Bali, passengers will be re-tested RT-PCR in Bali at the cost of the passengers’ own expense.
- Domestic transit/connecting flight passengers (without exiting the transit area) may follow the final destination requirements
- International flight passengers entering Indonesia with a connecting to domestic flight destination must follow the international arrival requirements (please see International Flight Entering Indonesia below) and the final domestic destination requirements as above
- Foreigners who are not/yet vaccinated and are leaving the Indonesian territory through a transit/connecting domestic flight are not required to show a vaccine certificate, as long they do not leave the airport area during transit and are permitted by the local Port Health Authority (KKP) at the departure airport
- Additional requirements referring to local provisions Bali (DPS), for passengers already vaccinated the first dose / not yet vaccinated so it must be accompanied by a negative PCR / Antigen result: If the negative test result for COVID-19 has not been integrated with PeduliLindungi, the negative test result printout of the RT-PCR test must be accompanied by a barcode / QR Code
Besides the above requirements, upon arrival at the destination airport, passengers are possible to go through additional health checks or to fill other forms/statement letters required by local authorities/local government.
Passengers are requested to download and use the PeduliLindungi application for the process of checking flight requirements documents (vaccine certificates and negative COVID-19 test results) at the departure airport. We recommend that passengers also carry a print out of the original required documents (vaccine certificate and negative COVID-19 test result) before arriving at the departure airport as back up.
This provision is based on the Task Force for Handling COVID-19 Circular Number 11 of 2022 amd Ministry of Transportation Circular Number 21 of 2022, and effective from March 8th, 2022 until further notice
International Flights entering Indonesia
You may access updated Indonesian entry requirements on the IATA Travel Center and Indonesian Immigration site :
Currently point of entry to the Indonesian terriroty is only possible via:
- Soekarno-Hatta International Airport (CGK) Jakarta – Tangerang
- Juanda International Airport (SUB) – Surabaya
- Sam Ratulangi International Airport (MDC) Manado
- I Gusti Ngurah Rai International Airport (DPS) Denpasar – Bali (for foreigners with tourism purpose)
- Hang Nadim International Airport (BTH) Batam – Kepulauan Riau (for foreigners with tourism purpose)
- Raja Haji Fiisabilillah International Airport (TNJ) Tanjung Pinang – Kepulauan Riau (for foreigners with tourism purpose with charter flights)
|Indonesian Citizens (WNI)|
|All Indonesian citizens are allowed to enter Indonesia|
|Foreign Citizens (WNA)|
|Foreign Citizens from all foreign countries who will enter Indonesia, either directly or by transitting in foreign countries, are temporarily prohibited from entering Indonesia unless they meet one of the following criteria:
Foreigners with tourism purpose may enter Indonesia with the following provisions:
|Documents Requirements & Health Protocols|
|1||Comply with the health protocols set by the Indonesian government|
|2||Show a negative RT-PCR test result which sample taken in the country of origin within a maximum of 2 x 24 hours before departure upon health checks or attach it on the Indonesian eHAC system on the PeduliLindungi App (download for Android / iOS)|
|3||Show a complete (full dose) COVID-19 vaccine card/certificate (printed/digital) that has been done minimum 14 days before departure date written in English or origin country language, in a condition where the passenger cannot show a complete COVID-19 card/certificate, then the following rules apply:
a. Indonesian Citizens (WNI) can enter Indonesia and will be vaccinated upon arrival in Indonesia at the quarantine location
b. Foreign Citizens (WNA) who meet the following requirements will be vaccinated upon arrival in Indonesia
Excluded from the mandatory complete COVID-19 vaccine certificate requirements are:
|4||In the event that international travelers carry out centralized quarantine with self-financing, they are required to show proof of payment confirmation for booking quarantine accommodation from the accommodation provider while staying in Indonesia|
|5||Upon arrival, the passenger must go through an Isotermal Molecular test (NAAT/similiar) or RT-PCR test at the arrival airport in order to determine the health status of international travelers, and are required to undergo centralized quarantine with the following conditions:
In accordance with the Decree of the Head of the Task Force for Handling COVID-19 concerning Entry Points, Quarantine Places, and RT-PCR Obligations for Indonesian Citizens, International Travelers , namely for the following
|6||Chief of foreign country representatives and their families who are assigned to Indonesia may carry out a self-quarantine at their private residence 7×24 hours for International Traveller who have received the first dose of vaccine or 5×24 hours for International Traveller who have received the full dose of vaccine|
|7||In the event where RT-PCR retest upon arrival showed a positive result, medical treatments on a isolation/health facilities based on the symptoms level will be given to Indonesian citizens (WNI) at the Indonesian government expense and Foreign citizens (WNA) at their own expense|
|8||In the event where a Foreign Citizen (WNA) is unable to pay for their quarantine and/or medical treatment expenses, then the sponsor-ministry/institution/company that has given consideration/permission for the foreigner to enter the Indonesian territory may be held accountable|
|9||On the 4th day (5 x 24 hours) after arrival in the territory of Indonesia, both International Traveller, Indonesian (WNI) & Foreign Citizens (WNA) who have not been able to get vaccinated or have received the first dose of vaccine must go through another NAAT/RT-PCR test.
|10||Foreigners and Indonesian citizens traveling abroad with the purpose of traveling can enter the territory of Indonesia through the specified entry point by fulfilling the requirements above, and must attach:
The above provisions are referring to COVID-19 Handling Acceleration Task Force Circular Letter Number 15 of 2022 and Circular Letter of The Ministry of Transportation Number 33 of 2022, effective from 25 March 2022 until further notice.
Passengers also may check the document requirements on Traveldoc. Besides the above requirements, upon arrival at the destination airport, passengers are possible to go through additional health checks or to fill other forms/statement letters required by local authorities/local government. Passengers are expected to prepare a copy and original copy of the documents prior to arrival at the departure airport and present it upon check-in.