29th November 2021
Hong Kong and several African countries are temporarily restricted to enter Indonesia.
Foreign nationals who come from or stayed in any of these countries within the last 14 days (effective from 29 November 2021) will be denied entry in Indonesia.
The mandatory quarantine for international travelers is now 7x24h following (effective from 29 November 2021 onwards) your arrival in Indonesia.
In response to the emergence of a new variant of Covid-19 B.1.1.529, so-called Omicron, the Indonesian government has enforced further travel restrictions for foreigners.
Current Updated Travel Restrictions
No Entry for 17 Countries
International travelers coming from following countries below can not transit or enter Indonesia due to pre-existing travel restrictions and adjustments to the Omicron Variant:
- Hong Kong
- North Korea
- South Africa
The e-visa and KITAS handling process for applicants from these countries above is also temporarily suspended.
Indonesian citizens traveling from the countries listed above can return to Indonesia following strict health protocols with a longer quarantine period of 14days.
Mandatory Quarantine now 7 Nights for foreign travelers entering Indonesia
The mandatory quarantine for eligible foreign nationals Indonesians (WNA) is now 7 x 24 hours (7nights / 8 days), with the second PCR taken one day before check-out.
Indonesians coming from restricted countries must undergo the mandatory quarantine for 14 x 24 hours.
This regulation has been published and will take effect on 29th November 2021.
Traveling during these uncertain times due to the pandemic can be very challenging as the travel regulations of many countries, including Indonesia, keep being updated. We expect more restrictions to be put in place within the next few weeks.
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