Indonesia this past week reduced the mandatory quarantine for fully vaccinated visitors to three days (72 hours) and those having received one shot to four days (96 hours).
Visitors are allowed to roam freely after the result from the test performed on the fourth day from the arrival is ready if fully vaccinated. However, they still need to arrange a visa to enter Indonesia as waiver arrangements have been suspended.
Announcement from Indonesia’s government:
Quarantine Hotels in Jakarta:
The number of days in quarantine has slowly been reduced and is almost palatable for someone planning to spend a few weeks in the country. It is still, however, unacceptable for those wishing to enter Indonesia and Bali for a short vacation.
Indonesia’s government has been all over the map when it comes to allowing international visitors to enter the country. Also, Bali’s governor has been somewhat hostile towards tourism arrivals even when the island’s economy is much dependent on it, unlike the rest of Indonesia.