From 14 March, fully vaccinated travellers entering Bali will no longer need to quarantine on arrival, as the destination trials the reinstatement of its Visa on Arrival program.
Instead, arrivals will be required to undergo a PCR test on arrival and once a negative result is returned (usually within 24 hours) will no longer need to isolate in a hotel room.
Upon entry, arrivals will also need to show proof of accommodation for at least four nights and proof they are fully vaccinated.
When Bali opened its borders early last month fully vaccinated (including those who had received a third booster shot) were required to quarantine for at least three days, News Corp reported.
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