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Is Bali open now?

Absolutely! Bali relaunched their Visa on Arrival (VOA) program and are now offering different types of visas. The cost for a standard VOA for 30 days is 500,00 IDR or approximately 35 USD. You can find other visa types in a post here.

How can I enter Bali on a VOA?

If you are one of these countries, you can get a Visa on Arrival (VOA) at Bali’s International Airport. The VOA will cost 500,00 IDR or approximately 35 USD and is valid for 30 days (extendable once for another 30 days).

If you’re looking to stay long term in Bali, we would suggest to apply for a Business Visa through an official visa agency. The entire process might take 5-6 days in total and agents usually charge between $300 – $400 per visa application. If you’re an Outpost member who has purchased a cowork pass or booked colive, you can get 10% visa services from LegalLegends Bali.

If you’re fully vaccinated (2 doses Moderna/Pfizer or 1 dose J&J), then you don’t need any PCR test to show on arrival. However, if you are partially vaccinated, you must show a antigen test 24 hours prior or a PCR test 72 hours prior to entry.

Will I need to quarantine in Indonesia?

No. If you are fully vaccinated against Covid-19, you will not need to quarantine. If you are unvaccinated, you will undergo a quarantine at your own expense.

Will I need a RT-PCR test for Bali?

Nope! As long as you have no Covid-19 symptoms, and have a body temperature below 37.5° C, you will not need to take any RT-PCR test.

Also, if you’re fully vaccinated (2 doses Moderna/Pfizer or 1 dose J&J), then you don’t need any PCR test to show on arrival. However, if you are partially vaccinated, you must show a antigen test 24 hours prior or a PCR test 72 hours prior to entry.