Ngurah Rai Airport in Bali will reopen to international tourists on October 14th. Wiku Adisasmito, a COVID-19 Task Force spokesman, underlined the significance of following traffic laws when going abroad.
The following countries can now visit Bali:
- Korea, South
- Abu Dhabi
- New Zealand
Wiku stated that if a person does not match the conditions, they may be deported back to their home country.
As stated plainly in Minister of Home Affairs mandate number 47 of 2021, foreign airlines will be authorized to fly into Bali.
Bali’s Ngurah Rai Airport is set to open on October 14th if all quarantine, testing, and task force readiness conditions are completed.
Passengers must produce documentation of an out-of-pocket hotel reservation for at least eight days before to arrival as part of the quarantine criteria. The quarantine period was reduced from eight to five days on October 11, 2021.
In addition, overseas tourists must meet the following requirements:
- They had a complete vaccination or at least two doses of the vaccine.
- Those Indonesians who have not already had the immunization will be given it upon arrival at their quarantine station.
- Visitors from foreign countries who do not have COVID-19 must be quarantined for eight days.
- PCR testing must be performed at three stages: 24 hours prior to departure for Indonesia, immediately upon arrival, and one day before the quarantine period expires (if applicable).
- Visitors who test negative at the end of quarantine will be permitted to continue their journey. The test is free for Indonesian citizens who test positive, but foreigners must pay their own hospital fees if they test positive.
International planes could only land at two airports in Tangerang and Manado: Soekarno-Hatta International Airport in Tangerang and Sam Ratulangi International Airport in Manado.