Indonesia has significantly relaxed entry requirements in the past two months. The latest change in early April was to drop the on-arrival PCR-RT test for those considered fully vaccinated and expand the visa-on-arrival to more countries.
The way Indonesia communicates these changes via two different sets of government circulars and in a very bureaucratic language is confusing for most travelers. Bali’s hotel association has now made a more readable chart of the current state of entry requirements for Indonesians and foreigners.
You can access Indonesia’s page for travel here.
Here’s the presentation:
Those who are fully vaccinated, no boosters required, only need a PCR-RT test conducted a maximum of 48 hours before departure.
There is a health check at the airport, and if your temperature is higher than 37.5 Celcius, you will be prompted to take a covid test.
If you need diagrams to explain entry requirements, they are way too complicated for an average traveler. Also, there is still minimal connectivity to Bali. My flight for next month just got canceled as of this morning.