Any recent information on entering Bali through Jakarta. I read a couple of posts where guys got through. I'm 60 and considering trying to spend a month or so in Bali but must be back here for 1st May inclusive of 2 weeks quarantine. Alternately, apply for the girlfriend to come here as a sponsored visitor visa, same as we did last year. Rock and a hard place.
That same question was posted last November.
Upon arrival, the traveler will need to show their negative PCR test certificate to officials, as well as undertake a body temperature check.
They will then be required to retake the PCR exam at the airport; foreigners will have to pay at their own cost, whereas this service is free for Indonesian citizens.
After the test, foreign travelers will be escorted to quarantine hotels, where they are obligated to stay for five days
. Again, this will be at the expense of the foreign traveler, but free for Indonesian citizens.
On the fifth day, the traveler will undergo another PCR exam, and if the results are negative, they can continue on their journey. If the result is positive, the traveler will be referred to a COVID-19 hospital – where costs will be borne by foreign travelers but free for Indonesians.
There is also a general ban on international arrivals until mid February. This update was posted on January 21
Indonesia extends public activity curbs in parts of Java and Bali through Feb. 8 over COVID-19. Entry ban for most foreigners ongoing.
As for sponsorship for your girlfiend to Aus the same advice offered previously still applies with the added possibility of her being quarantined at a cost of $4000 on arrival.
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You'll be fine mate, keep hygienic and use mask & sanitiser/washing hands and we'll see you when you arrive.