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Indonesia (CGK, DPS) 

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Travel Restrictions

Travel restriction entry into Indonesia from February 11, 2021, until further notice:

  • Temporary ban of non-Indonesian nationals (foreigners) from all countries to Indonesia
  • International travelers with the status of Indonesian citizens (WNI) from abroad remain to follow the health protocol stipulated by the government.
  • International travelers who are foreigners from all foreign countries who will enter Indonesia, either directly or transiting in a foreign country, are temporarily prohibited from entering. The EXEMPTIONS are the following

a)       Holders of limited stay permit card (KITAS) and permanent residence permit card (KITAP); and

b)      Holders of valid Indonesian E-Visa

c)       Medical, food and humanitarian aid Workers

d)      Crew Workers

e)      Foreign Nationals who work at vital Strategic projects, vital national projects, national strategic projects.

* Foreign national referred to in points c, d, and e must obtain a letter of recommendation from the relevant ministry/institution in Indonesia, and present the letter to the immigration office upon arrival

* Foreign nationals who have extended their Visitor Stay Permit 4 (four) times and do not exceed 180 days, and who have held Temporary Stay Permits and not eligible for Temporary Stay Permits extension, are required to apply for an onshore visa for a new stay permit.  

COVID-19 Health Requirements

  • International travelers with the status of Indonesian citizens and foreigners from all foreign countries that enter Indonesia, either direct or transit in a foreign country, must show a negative result through the RT-PCR test in the country of origin whose sample is taken within a maximum period of 3 x 24 hours before the hour of departure and attach the result at the time of health examination or Indonesian International e-HAC.
  • Upon arrival, RT-PCR retests are conducted for travelers and are required to undergo quarantine for 5 (five) days.

-      for Indonesian citizens at a special quarantine accommodation provided by the government in accordance with the Decree of the Task Force for Handling COVID-19 Number 8 Year 2021;

-      for non-Indonesian nationals, in quarantine accommodation (Hotels / Lodging) that have received certification by the Ministry of Health of COVID-19 quarantine accommodation will be at their own expense.

  • Passenger must have a health certificate in English issued by the health authorities of their respective country that is issued within 3 days (3x24 hours) showing that the passenger is free from COVID-19.

-     This does not apply to infants and children below 12 years old.

-      Foreign nationals submitting eVisa are not required to attach RT PCR results, instead, a declaration letter to undertake medical treatment at own expense if contracted with the COVID-19 in the duration of stay in Indonesia is required.

-      Passengers must be tested at a government-accredited COVID-19 health facility: https://doh.gov.ph/licensed-covid-19-testing-laboratories


Required Forms

Other Requirements

  • SEA CREW:

-          Valid Seaman's Visa

-          Seaman's Book

-          Original Copy of the Letter of Guarantee

Other Information

  • For the latest advice, information and resources, go to:

-          https://kemlu.go.id/portal/en

-          https://covid19.go.id

Travel Advisory

  • As of January 26, 2021

-          Read Circular #12 issued by Ministry of Transportation