Indonesia Travel Restrictions
Last updated on: 20th May 2021
The Government of Indonesia has issued certain travel restrictions, for both its citizens and visitors, to help reduce the spread of COVID-19. Whether it's a business trip or a casual vacation, do take a couple of minutes to read the updated Indonesia travel restrictions before planning out your next trip. From information on the documents required to let you enter Indonesia to guidelines that are imposed and followed within the country, read on to get an idea of how to adjust your itinerary when you enter Indonesia. The Indonesia travel restrictions do change as the COVID-19 situation in Indonesia evolves, so stay up-to-date with the latest information displayed on the redBus website. redBus offers a plethora of bus options that follow safety protocols to the T. Read on to know more about the Indonesia travel restrictions, documents to carry, and safety guidelines to follow when you visit Indonesia.
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Covid-19 Restrictions to keep in mind when travelling to and from Indonesia
Key Points to keep in mind:
- 14-day quarantine is required for passengers from all countries.
- Visa on arrival and visa exemptions have been suspended.
- A face mask is compulsory when outside. Criminal action might be imposed on those who break this law.
- A partial lockdown is in effect in Indonesia. Transportation is operational but with restrictions.
What are the travel restrictions followed in Indonesia?
- Passengers are restricted from entering Indonesia. This does not apply to Indonesian nationals, visa holders, and permanent residents.
- Passengers entering Indonesia will be subjected to a COVID-19 PCR test and will have to quarantine for a minimum period of 5 days.
- Passengers traveling under the Travel Corridor Arrangement (TCA) are also exempt but will have to undergo a 14 day quarantine after they arrive.
What are the documents required while traveling to Indonesia?
- A printed medical certificate that shows a negative result on their COVID-19 PCR test. The test cannot be older than 72 hours from the time of departure from the first embarkation point.
- Documents proving your nationality or permanent residency should be carried.
- This certificate should be in English.
Are there any quarantine rules in Indonesia?
- Passengers entering Indonesia will have to quarantine for a period of 5 to 14 days.
- Domestic border crossings might require you to quarantine as well as undergo testing.
What guidelines do I have to follow while in Indonesia?