COVID-19 Information (State Dept. / Mohammad Iqbal Nasution)
Last updated: [07/07/2023]
|Requirements to enter Indonesia
||Please consult the Indonesia travel page at Travel.State.Gov for full information about travel to Indonesia.
- Starting on June 9, 2023, the Indonesian Government no longer requires proof of vaccination. It is still recommended by the Indonesian government to continue to be vaccinated against COVID-19 up to the second booster/fourth dose, especially for those who are at risk of contracting COVID-19.
- Travelers no longer need to download the “SATU SEHAT/PEDULI LINDUNGI” application.
- It is no longer a requirement to wear a mask but it is advisable if you have symptoms.
- It is still recommended that travelers carry their vaccine cards when traveling.
- The Indonesian Government is no longer testing for COVID-19 and any resulting quarantine is no longer in effect.
Visa on Arrival (VOA) & Electronic Visa on Arrival (eVOA)
|VOA and eVOA can be granted for below travel:
- Official government visits.
- Business meetings.
Requirements to apply for VOA or eVOA:
- A legal and valid passport that must be valid at least 6 months before the expiration date.
- An international ticket for return or onward travel.
The fee for VOA is IDR 500,000, payable in cash. It is advisable to have the money in IDR (Rupiah) before traveling.
eVOA can be accessed at https://molina.imigrasi.go.id/
Any type of VOA is valid for 30 days and can be extended for an additional 30 days by visiting an immigration office to apply for an extension at least two weeks prior to the expiration date.
U.S. Government Employees on Official Business
U.S. Diplomatic and Official passport holders should contact U.S. Embassy Jakarta’s Management section for specific guidance and requirements.