Travel and Quarantine Requirements

Travel and Entry Requirements

  • Foreigners are temporarily prohibited to enter into Indonesia until further notice except for:
    • Diplomatic visa and official holders related to official visits limited to minister level

    • Diplomatic Stay Permit and Official Stay Permit holders;

    • Temporary Stay Permit Card (KITAS) and Permanent Stay Card (KITAP) holders

  • Those exempt above can enter Indonesia with implementation of a strict health protocols.

  • The government has implemented a Restriction on Public Activities (PPKM) on the Micro-Scale from 9 to 22 February 2021.

  • All travellers entering Indonesia must show a negative result of RT-PCR test in the country of origin whose samples are taken within a maximum period of 48 hours prior to departure.

  • Travellers are required to undergo a RT-PCR examination upon arrival in Indonesia. If the result is negative, it is only then that they can proceed to quarantine.

  • Domestic travel activities are tightened and require a negative antigen rapid test result for all domestic travels via train service that is valid for 72 hours at the time of departure.

Quarantine and Health Requirements

  • Compulsory quarantine for 5 days at a quarantine accommodation designated by the government. After the quarantine period, another RT-PCR test is carried out and travellers will only be released if the second test result is negative.

  • A random rapid test will be done for all land and water-based travels.

  • A specific restriction and requirements may vary according to the condition of each region.

Updated as at 9 February 2021

Disclaimer: Due to COVID-19, there has been a constant change in terms of work permit process, timeline, travel restrictions, quarantine period, medical tests as well as insurance requirements etc. All these requirements can change by the respective authorities in both country of work and candidate’s home country from time to time. The process, timeline and costs that Innovare provides is a guideline and is subject to change if any process is being changed. While every reasonable effort has been made to ensure its accuracy at the time of communication, Innovare cannot guarantee nor be liable for such change in timeline or costs arising from any pandemic related factors so please take note of the potentially volatile situation during this period.