Bali finally reopened again

Bali finally reopening international from October 14 th 2021

Bali finally reopening international with direct  flights from New Zealand, Qatar and United Arab Emirates  starting on Thursday October 14 th 2021. Bali’s Ngurah Rai international airport will be open to foreign tourists from that date, with visitors required to quarantine for eight days at their own expense said Luhut, minister Luhut Pandjaitan said on Monday October 4 th 2021.The government is still finalizing some steps including lists of countries with direct flights to Bali.


Bulls Head Steakhouse Jimbaran Bali

Bulls Head Steakhouse

Now Open - COVID-19 Rules Apply

Daily 11am til 10pm

Happy Hour 5 to 7

WhatsApp +62 821 4755 5506

Jl. Bukit Permai No.5 Jimbaran - Next to Circle K

1. Proof of vaccination (full doses)
2. Valid negative PCR test (3x24h)
3. E-HAC form
4. Proof of booking quarantine hotel
5. E-PCR
6. E-Visa
7. E-CD
Eka Jasa

JASA EKA is the professional and trustworthy manner to get any type of visa fast and completely legal

The government is now allowing fitness centers and restaurants in cinemas to reopen with limited capacity and strict health protocols. A youth basketball competition in Jakarta and Surabaya is also allowed to proceed. Authorities reported 922 new Covid-19 cases in the past 24 hours, the lowest since June 21, 2020. More than 4.2 million people in the country have tested positive for the virus, with 142,261 total fatalities, according to the health ministry data.

Bali announced new opening date July 6 2021

However, daily cases have plummeted from more than 56,000 at the peak of the second wave in mid-July this year to 1,100 cases on Oct. 3.

Health minister Budi Gunadi Sadikin had previously flagged reopening the popular resort island, saying foreign tourists could return after more than 70% of people on Bali had received at least one dose of a coronavirus vaccine.

The government has also signaled its willingness to reopen the island to international tourists to help revive Bali’s battered economy.

Indonesia, Southeast Asia’s biggest economy, exited its first recession in over two decades in the second quarter, though a COVID-19 resurgence and ensuing social restrictions likely weighed on the recovery momentum.

Bali apartment rental Seminyak Umalas Residence

The partial reopening, however, does not include Australia — a key source of tourists before the pandemic.



Travel to Bali Now

Contact Jasa Eka to get your Bali Visa now!

WhatsApp:  +62 818 0688 1419

or eMail:

(Indonesian, English, Dutch, French spoken)