It’s Bali o’clock! A piece of good news for those who are longing for the bliss of Bali like sunbathing or enjoying panoramic sunsets and local tourists attraction alike. The President of Indonesia, Joko Widodo has officially declared to reopen the Island of Bali starting on 7 March 2022. As a result, Bali has been gradually reopened since 14 October 2021 for its international tourists.
The national government wishes for the country’s tourism revitalization by relaxing the travel restriction to Bali. Celebration of first commercial flight arrival of Garuda Indonesia Airline that carried out international tourists landed in Bali from Narita - Japan happened on 3 February 2022.
Starting on 7 March 2022, the government applied for a quarantine-free trial period and a Visa On Arrival (VoA) program for 23 selected countries. Foreigners from 23 countries listed who have received a second dose of vaccine against COVID-19 are allowed to apply for a VoA and will need to wait for only 24-hours until their on-arrival PCR tests return negative before they can explore the beauty of Bali’s island. As time goes by, the list of countries was extended to 42 on 22 March 2022, and the latest updated on 6 April 2022, to 43 countries.
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*Disclaimer: This article was updated on April 6, 2022. Due to the dynamic nature of travel regulations, please stay updated and confirm your itinerary with your chosen travel providers.