US To Indonesia Travel Restrictions, Flights News & Travel Ban In 2021 – Advisory & Requirements

This page was last updated on 03 November, 2021.


At a Glance

Most travelers from United States are allowed to enter Indonesia, but there are restrictions.
Source: Indonesian Directorate General of Immigration

Indonesia: Open for Travel

Entry is allowed with restrictions for vaccinated travelers
Vaccinated travelers are allowed to enter Indonesia as long as they meet one of the following requirements:
-Holders of valid visit visa (B211) or a limited stay visa;
-holders of a valid Business Travel Card;
-Travelers under the Travel Corridor Arrangement (TCA);
-Holders of valid Stay Permits (ITAS or ITAP) and Re-Entry Permits;
-Holders of unused Visit Visa and Limited Stay Visa issued for the period 22 April – 18 July 2021 must re-check the reactivation eVisa that has been sent to the e-mail address of the foreigner and the guarantor. They must use their new eVisa no later than October 15, 2021;
-Travelers with health or humanitarian purposes;
-Holders of diplomatic and service visas

For more details, please see the source.

Details and Exemptions:Entry restrictions do not apply to:
-Indonesian citizens and residency permit holders;
Source: Indonesian Directorate General of Immigration

8 days quarantine

Mandatory 8-day quarantine and testing
Travelers must quarantine for 8 days at a facility designated by the Indonesian government. Travelers must take an RT-PCR test on day 8 of quarantine. If they test positive they must quarantine for longer at their own cost.

Details and Exemptions:This requirement does not apply to:
-Travelers under the age of 12;
-travelers with diplomatic visas and service visas related to official/state visits of foreign officials at ministerial level and above;
-travelers on the Travel Corridor Arrangement scheme.
Source: Indonesian Directorate General of Immigration

COVID-19 test required

Mandatory COVID-19 test on arrival
Travelers are required to take a COVID-19 RT-PCR test on arrival at the airport.

Source: Indonesian Directorate General of Immigration

Masks are required

Masks are mandatory in public
Travelers must wear masks in public places.

Source: Indonesian Directorate General of Immigration

Required Documents for your Trip

Mandatory health insurance
Travelers must have health insurance or travel insurance that includes health financing, as well as a statement letter willing to pay independently all medical costs (if some are not covered by insurance/do not have insurance) if exposed to COVID-19 while in Indonesia.

Source: Directorate General of Immigration – Indonesia
Mandatory Health Alert Card
Travelers are required to download and fill out the eHAC Indonesia (Indonesia Health Alert Card) application via smartphone, then show the details to the officer upon arrival.

Source: Indonesian Ministry of Health
Document: Get Android app
Document: Get iOS app
Proof of negative COVID-19 test results
Travelers must have a printed negative COVID-19 RT-PCR test result in English. The test must be taken a maximum of 72 hours before departure.

Source: Indonesian Directorate General of Immigration