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Policy and Health Procedure Related to
Coronavirus (COVID-19) Situation
[Update August 2022]

Thank you for continuing your support to Blue Lagoon Avia Villas, we have taken a number of precaution steps related to the outbreak of the Novel Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in order to maintain a safe, secure environment for our valued guests and employees by following guidelines from WHO and the local health departments.

Travel Policy (Update August 2022)*

1. Pre-Departure Preparation

Before departing to Bali, you need to prepare yourself with the information about the Visa and requirements to enter Indonesia.

Entering Visa on Arrival

According to the Circular of the Directorate General of the Immigration No. IMI-0603.GR.01.01 of 2022, below are the 72 countries subjected to VOA policy effective from 30 May 2022: 

  • Argentina
  • Australia
  • Austria
  • Bahrain
  • Belarus
  • Belgium
  • Bosnia Herzegovina
  • Brazil
  • Brunei Darussalam
  • Bulgaria
  • Cambodia
  • Canada
  • China
  • Croatia
  • Cyprus
  • Czech
  • Denmark
  • Egypt
  • Estonia
  • Finland
  • France
  • Germany
  • Greece
  • Hong Kong
  • Hungary
  • India
  • Ireland
  • Italy
  • Japan
  • Jordan
  • Kuwait
  • Laos
  • Latvia
  • Lithuania
  • Luxembourg
  • Malaysia
  • Malta
  • Mexico
  • Morocco
  • Myanmar
  • Netherland
  • New Zealand
  • Norway
  • Oman
  • Peru
  • Philippines
  • Poland
  • Portugal
  • Qatar
  • Romania
  • Russia
  • Saudi Arabia
  • Serbia
  • Seychelles
  • Singapore
  • Slovakia
  • Slovenia
  • South Africa
  • South Korea
  • Spain
  • Sweden
  • Switzerland
  • Taiwan
  • Thailand
  • The United Arab Emirates
  • The United Kingdom
  • The United States of America
  • Timor Leste
  • Tunisia
  • Turkey
  • Ukraine
  • Vietnam

The details of rules and regulation for VOA service policy are as follows:

  1. Following this VOA service policy, international travelers with passports originating from the aforementioned countries can apply for VoA for Tourism after arriving only through immigration control at I Gusti Ngurah Rai International Airport, Bali.
  2. International travelers must present all requirements for a VOA for Tourism at the immigration counter, namely:

    a) A passport valid for at least 6 (six) months;

    b) A return ticket or a connecting ticket to continue traveling to another country; and

    c) Other documents required under the provisions from the COVID-19 Task Force.
  3. Stay Permits originating from VOA for Tourism are Visitor Stay Permits which are granted for a maximum period of 30 days and can be extended 1 (one) time.
  4. The extension is granted for 30 days and is carried out at the nearest immigration office to the location where the international traveler lives while in Indonesia.
  5. A Visitor Stay Permit from VOA for Tourism cannot be changed into another type of visa/stay permit.

Entering with E-visa

According to the Circular of the COVID-19 Handling Task Force Number 22 of 2022 concerning Health Protocol for International Travel during the COVID-19 Pandemic, international travelers can also enter through I Gusti Ngurah Rai International Airport and Tanjung Benoa Seaport, Bali.

Travelers who are not listed among the above 72 countries can travel to Bali by applying e-visa before departure.

2. Arrival Protocols

When you have arrived in Bali, there are several measures you need to take before you can continue your trip. According to the Circular Letter of the Covid-19 National Task Force Number 22 of 2022 concerning Health Protocol for International Travel for Bali, Batam, and Bintan Entrances during the COVID-19 Pandemic, as of 8 July 2022, all international travelers, whether they are Indonesian citizens or foreign nationals, should comply with the regulations below.

  1. Comply with the provisions of the health protocol set by the Government;

  2. Have downloaded PeduliLindungi app and filled out the Indonesian e-HAC

  3. Present the card or certificate (physical or digital) of receiving a complete dose of COVID-19 vaccine which is administered at least 14 (fourteen) days before departure written in English other than the language of the country/region of origin of arrival. The proof should also be verified on the website of the Ministry of Health of the Republic of Indonesia or e-HAC International Indonesia;

  4. Show negative RT-PCR test results in the country/region of origin which samples are taken within a maximum period of 2 x 24 hours before the departure time and attached at the time of the health examination or Indonesian International e-HAC;

  5. International travelers exclusively visiting Bali, with the exception of international travelers who are domiciled in Bali, are required to show proof of confirmation of booking and payment for tour packages or lodging accommodation, for a minimum of 4 (four) days in Bali

  6. For international travelers exclusively visiting Bali who are domiciled in Bali are required to show proof of KTP or other valid ID Card

  7. International travelers exclusively visiting Bali with a status of foreign citizen must meet the following requirements:

    a) Show a visit visa or other appropriate entry permit according to the provisions of laws and regulations; and

    b) Show proof of ownership of health insurance which includes financing for handling COVID-19 and medical evacuation to a referral hospital with a minimum coverage value equivalent to SGD 20,000 or as determined by the organizer or manager.

  8. Undergo a body temperature check and RT-PCR examination upon arrival at the international travelers entry point;

  9. After RT-PCR sampling upon arrival, the international travelers exclusively visiting Bali may continue with:

    a) Inspection of immigration documents and customs documents;

    b) Baggage collection and baggage disinfection;

    c) Pick up and drop off directly to the hotel, lodging accommodation, or place of residence;

    d) Waiting for the results of the RT-PCR examination in hotel rooms, rooms at lodging accommodations, or places of residence; and

    e) It is not allowed to leave the hotel room or accommodation room before the RT-PCR test results show a negative result.

  10. International travelers who are domiciled in Bali can wait for the results of the RT-PCR examination at their residence and are not allowed to interact with other people before the results of the RT-PCR examination show negative results;

  11. In the event that the results of the RT-PCR examination upon arrival at the entry point as referred to in number 8 show negative results, then the international travelers exclusively visiting Bali can continue to carry out activities according to tour packages or travel plans that have been determined by implementing health protocols strictly. It is also recommended to carry out independent monitoring of COVID-19 symptoms for 14 days;

  12. In the event that the results of the RT-PCR examination upon arrival at the entry point as referred to in number 8 shows a positive result, then it is followed up with the following provisions:

    a) If asymptomatic or experiencing mild symptoms, isolation or treatment is carried out in isolation hotels or centralized isolation facilities set by the government; or

    b) If accompanied by moderate or severe symptoms, and/or with uncontrolled comorbidities, isolation or treatment at a COVID-19 referral hospital is carried out;

    c) Carry out medical evacuation to the referral hospital in accordance with the procedures established by the destination referral hospital; and

    d) The cost of isolation/treatment for foreigners is borne independently, while for Indonesian citizens it is borne by the government.

Referring closely to WHO’s report on the spread of Corona virus, the Indonesian government has suspended its visa exemption policy for short-stay visit, visa-on-arrival and diplomatic/service visa-free facilities for all countries.

Please see below information regarding the government policy should you intend to travel to Bali.

  • All foreigners/travelers who wish to visit Indonesia must obtain a visa from Indonesian missions in accordance with the purpose of their visit. Upon submission, applicants must provide health certificate issued by relevant health authorities from their respective countries.
  • The health certificate must be valid and shown to the airlines staff during check-in. The traveler is prohibited to enter or transit Indonesia if he/she could not show his/her health certificate from health authority.
  • All visitors/travelers must complete and submit a Health Alert Card to the Port Health Authority upon arrival at Indonesian airports.
  • Should the travel history indicate that a person has travelled to the government-concerned countries in the last 14 days; such person may be refused entry to Indonesia.
  • For Indonesian citizen who have traveled specifically to areas which mentioned above, therefore he/she will have additional check-up at the arrival airport by the Port Health Authority.

This policy is temporary and will be evaluated according to the development of COVID-19 cases. The passengers whom affected because of this policy may please contact representatives of local government authorities.

Information of the policy can be accessed through Ministry of Foreign Affairs of The Republic of Indonesia website. These measures are temporary and shall be evaluated pursuant to further development.

Latest Updates on Visa and Stay Permits Service in the New Normal see in here

Official Hospitals in Bali

The main public hospital in Bali is RSUP Sanglah Hospital located in Denpasar the biggest hospital on the island and has English speaking staff, an international wing and specialists available.

Beside it, there are few official hospitals that will handle all related issues about COVID-19, including Rapid & Swab test enactment.

Ph. (0361) 227911 – 15

Ph. (0361) 943049

Ph. (0362) 22046

Ph. (0361) 811027

Ph. (0361) 222141

Ph. (0361) 4490566

Ph. (0361) 9006813

Ph. (0361) 8953670 / (0361) 8953671

Ph.  (0365) 41006 / (0365) 42821

Ph. (0366) 21172

Ph. (0362) 3303884