Excellent news for those planning a holiday to Bali — travellers who are fully vaccinated are no longer required to present a negative Covid test result to enter Bali.
This means that PCR and antigen tests will no longer be required if you are fully vaccinated. This applies to both international and domestic travellers as of 18 May 2022.
International travellers only have to show their two-dosage vaccination certificates (both hard and soft copies) obtained at least 14 days prior to departure to Bali.
International visitors who are not vaccinated still need to present a negative PCR test result on arrival and will get vaccinations administered at local, government-approved medical facilities.
International travellers who have only received their first vaccination dose will be required to undergo a 5-day quarantine.
Travellers who have only received their first dose will be required to show a negative PCR test result obtained three days prior to departure or a negative antigen result 24 hours before travelling.
Source: Welcome Back to Bali