Travelling to Lombok In Corona Times
Last Updated January 26, 2022 at 5:00 am (GMT +8)
Please note that this page will continue to be updated with the latest information.
December 16, 2021
DOMESTIC TRAVEL INDONESIA DURING THE FESTIVE SEASON
24 December 2021 to 02 January 2022
1. Air Transportation & Sea Transportation
> Vaccine Dose 2 (Complete) + Rapid Antigen Negative Result (1×24 hours)
2. Children under 12 Years (o Months – 11 Years)
> RT-PCR negative results (3×24 hours)
3. Adult Age Traveler (+ 17 years) with Vaccine Dose 1 (Incomplete) or No Vaccine (Medical Reasons)
> Mobility is temporary limited and not allowed
Use the Peduli Protect application and fill in the Indonesian eHAC to be shown to the Health Quarantine Officer (KKP) upon arrival at the Airport/Port of Destination. Source: @kkpmataram kkp-mataram.go.id
December 11, 2021
Travel Requirement for Domestic Travel to Lombok;
> Vaccination Card (Two Shot) + Antigen Test (1 x 24 hours)
> Vaccination Card (One Shot) + PCR (3 x 24 hours)
> Kids without Vaccination PCR (3 x 24 hours)
While the information reflected at our website is updated regularly, entry requirements may change at short notice and we kindly advise you to check the latest travel advisory issued by the relevant local authorities before your trip.
December 08, 2021
Great News! Indonesia cancels plans to level-up restrictions during Christmas and New Year break!
Visit Lombok for Christmas! Visit Lombok for New Year!
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December 02, 2021
Based on President Jokowi’s directives, the quarantine period for foreigners and Indonesian citizens travelling from countries outside the 11 prohibited countries will also be increased to 10 days from the previous seven. This quarantine extension will take effect from 3rd December 2021.
November 29, 2021
OMICRON: INTERNATIONAL ARRIVALS TO QUARANTINE FOR SEVEN DAYS
The government has decided to increase the quarantine time for foreigners and Indonesian citizens who enter Indonesia to seven days. Read more >
NOVEMBER 03, 2021
IT’S OFFICIAL – QUARANTINE REDUCED TO TWO NIGHTS FOR INTERNATIONAL ARRIVALS! VISIT INDONESIA!
The government has issued new rules regarding the quarantine period for arrivals from abroad. Hotel quarantine on arrival will now be three days rather than five for fully vaccinated travellers. Read more > https://indonesiaexpat.id/news/quarantine-reduced-to-two-nights-for-international-arrivals
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November 02, 2021
PCR PASS NO LONGER REQUIRED IN DOMESTIC AIR TRAVEL INDONESIA!
#StepByStep #DayByDay #BetterTimesAreComing
Jakarta – The Indonesian government has once again adjusted its air travel rule regarding polymerase chain reaction (PCR) tests for domestic flights. Air passengers no longer need to acquire negative PCR test results. Air travelers now will only be required to undergo rapid antigen tests that apply in the entire Indonesian region. Source: TEMPO.CO – https://en.tempo.co/read/1523485/pcr-pass-no-longer-required-in-air-travel
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October 29, 2021
592 DAYS LATER, IT’S TIME TO TRAVEL AGAIN!
CDC US – Centers for Disease Control & Prevention – put Indonesia to Level 1 Country. Low Level of COVID-19 in Indonesia! CDC uses COVID-19 data reported by the World Health Organization and other official sources to make determinations about the Covid levels. #GreatNews – Read more >
Hopefully current Travel Restrictions for Indonesia will be lifted soon! Get ready to be reunited with the wonders of Indonesia!
October 27, 2021
DOMESTIC TRAVEL REQUIREMENTS – UPDATE
Using Air Transportations: Negative PCR Test result which sample taken 3 x 24hours (instead of 2×24 hours) prior to departure
Using Sea and Land transportations: Negative Antigen Test result which sample taken 1 x 24 hours prior to departure OR Negative PCR Test result which sample taken 3x24hours (instead of 2x24hours) prior to departure
Maximum rate can be charged by health facilities in Bali and Java carrying out PCR Test for public is at IDR 275.000, and maximum rate can be charged by health facilities outside of Bali and Java carrying out PCR Test for public is at IDR 300.000.
October 21, 2021
BAN ON CHILDREN FLYING IN INDONESIA LIFTED
Children under 12 years old will be allowed to fly domestically starting October 21, 2021. The new policy has been announced by the COVID-19 Handling Task Force, with conditions attached.
“Children under the age of 12 can get on a plane,” said the government spokesman for the handling of COVID-19, Prof Wiku Adisasmito, at a press conference on Thursday 21st October. Here’s a breakdown of the rules that parents must follow for their children to fly.
COVID-19 TESTING – The requirements for children under 12 years of age to be able to fly are the same as adults; they must present a negative PCR test – VACCINE PROOF – Children under 12 years old do not need to present proof of vaccine to take domestic flights – FLY WITH FAMILY – All travellers under 12 must be travelling with a parent or family member and provide the family card (KK) as evidence.
The rules will come into force on 21st October under SE 21/2021 of the COVID-19 Task Force. The ban on children flying was previously regulated under SE 17/2021, which is now superseded. “Indeed, they have to do a PCR test in accordance with the requirements in their respective regions. They can do it, as long as they are careful and in good health,” said Wiku.
The policy for children under 12 years of age to be able to fly is stated in the circular letter of the Ministry of Transportation number 88 of 2021 and is covered by points e and f. Read more >
October 18, 2021
DOMESTIC TRAVEL REQUIREMENTS 19 OCTOBER-1 NOVEMBER 2021
The extension of PPKM covering 19th October to 1st November 2021 includes new regulations for domestic travel by both private vehicles and long-distance public transportation.
These rules are stated in the instruction of the Home Affairs Minister number 53 of 2021. The following is a summary of the travel requirements for each mode of transportation:
AIR – Travellers must show a vaccine card with proof of at least the first dose received. Furthermore, domestic air travellers are required to show a negative PCR result taken no more than two days before departure. This rule applies to areas both within and outside of Java and Bali that are under PPKM levels 1-3. Antigen test results can no longer be used to facilitate travel by air.
PRIVATE CARS, MOTORBIKES, BUSES, TRAINS, AND SHIPS – Travellers must show a vaccine card with proof of at least the first dose being received and non-reactive antigen test results taken no more than 24 hours before departure.
For drivers of logistics vehicles and other goods transportation, the following rules apply: Drivers who have been vaccinated twice can use an antigen test result that is valid for 14 days, to travel domestically. Meanwhile, for drivers who have only received their first dose of vaccine, the antigen will be valid for seven days. Drivers who have not been vaccinated must perform an antigen test that will be valid for 24 hours. Read more >
October 18, 2021
WEST NUSA TENGGARA – PPKM 1
Source: CNBC Indonesia
The Province of West Nusa Tenggara (NTB) has succeeded in becoming one of the regions to operate under PPKM level one.
Mataram, the provincial capital, has been at PPKM level two for almost four weeks. “Alhamdulillah, the city of Mataram has succeeded in dropping from level two to level one for PPKM,” announced the Mataram Mayor, H Mohan Roliskana, on Monday 18th October.
Responding to data from the Ministry of Health, which stated that Mataram was now under level one PPKM along with five other districts/cities in NTB, he said that Mataram’s success in moving to the lowest level of restrictions was the result of discipline in the community in implementing health protocols.
October 16, 2021
BALI IS BACK!
September 19, 2021
** Update September, 19, 2021, New International Arrival Procedure at Jakarta Airport. Read more > https://indonesiaexpat.id/featured/new-international-arrival-procedure-at-soekarno-hatta-international-airport/?fbclid=IwAR1kqTR6kvBeu8y4o_AAhWBJW4Tc_RLpuBMe6ijFcddGJEMv6Qp7Q02YEGA
September 16, 2021
GREAT NEWS! – INDONESIA IS BACK!
Read our latest Blog Post > https://www.thelomboklodge.com/blog/b211a-offshore-visa-indonesia-lombok
September 14, 2021
GREAT NEWS! – INDONESIA AIMS TO REOPEN TO FOREIGNERS IN NOVEMBER! – Source: Reuters
JAKARTA – Indonesia plans to start opening its borders to foreigners (without mandatory quarantine?) in November once 70% of its target population have received at least one vaccine shot, Ir. Budi Gunadi Sadikin said yesterday. Ir. Budi Gunadi Sadikin serves as Minister of Health in the Onward Indonesia Cabinet of President Joko Widodo.
In an interview with Reuters, Ir. Budi Gunadi Sadikin said yesterday Indonesia concentrates on the first dose. ‘… If we can vaccinate 70% of the target population of 208 million, if we can hit 140-150 million, 70% with the first dose, then we can gradually start reopening… ‘, he said. ‘… And my calculation is that will be reached by November 2021…’
The November 2021 timeline is the first time a senior Indonesian minister has committed publicly to a dateline for reopening the country’s borders. Read more at https://www.reuters.com/world/asia-pacific/exclusive-indonesia-aims-reopen-foreigners-november-minister-2021-09-14/
September 02, 2021
Double-Jabbed? Travel to Lombok!
Starting today Air Transportation to NTB based on the Governor of NTB no. 180/11/kum/yun 2021
> Vaccination Card (Two Shot) + Antigen Test (1×24 hours)
> Vaccination Card (One Shot) + PCR (2×24 hours)
** The above provisions apply to arrivals to the Province of NTB. For departures from and to areas outside the Province of NTB, follow the rules that apply in the destination area.
The Ministry of Health has again lowered the maximum tariff for the Rapid Diagnostic Test (RDT) Antigen to Rp. 99 thousand in Java and Bali and Rp. 109 thousand outside Java and Bali.
August 24th, 2021
President Joko ‘Jokowi’ Widodo announced that public activity restriction (PPKM) will be extended till 30th of August 2021.
With Lombok region within PPKM Level 3 Travel restrictions.
July 26th, 2021
In a bid to curb the pandemic, President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo Sunday (25/07) at Merdeka Palace in Jakarta announced that public activity restriction (PPKM) level 4 will be extended to 2 August 2021.
People travelling to/from Bali, Java and Lombok must have proof of at least the first dose of vaccine.
For travel to Lombok, you must show proof of vaccination (at least 1st dose) and negative results of a PCR test no older than 2 x 24 (48 hours).
For travel to Bali or Java by air, you must show proof of vaccination (as above) and negative results of a PCR test no older than 2 x 24 (48 hours).
For travel to Bali or Java by land / sea you must show proof of vaccination (as above) and negative results of at least rapid antigen test taken no later than 24 hours before travel. All test results must include a barcode / QR code.
You are required to fill a Health Alert Card from the Indonesian Ministry of Health. Manual filling is no longer available, therefore we suggest using PeduliLindungi App that can be accessed by
– the Ministry of Health of RI official website > https://inahac.kemkes.go.id
– by downloading the E-HAC Application from Apple App Store > https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.kemenkes.inahac
– by downloading the E-HAC Application from Android Play Store > https://apps.apple.com/id/app/ehac-indonesia/id151683742
GeNose testing is no longer valid for travel.
Travelers of persons/passengers under the age of 12 (twelve) years are temporarily restricted.
July 5th, 2021
Starting from 5 July until at least 20 July, people travelling to/from Bali, Java and Lombok must have proof of at least the first dose of vaccine.
For travel to Lombok, you must show proof of vaccination (at least 1st dose) and negative results of a rapid antigen test no older than 24 hours.
For travel to Bali or Java by air, you must show proof of vaccination (as above) and negative results of a PCR test no older than 2 x 24 (48 hours).
For travel to Bali or Java by land / sea you must show proof of vaccination (as above) and negative results of at least rapid antigen test taken no later than 24 hours before travel.
All test results must include a barcode / QR code.
GeNose testing is no longer valid for travel.
From today (6 July), foreigners entering Indonesia must show proof of FULL vaccination and will be required to quarantine for 8 days on arrival, with PCR testing.
June 21st, 2021
Minister of Tourism and Creative Economy Sandiaga Uno said that the opening of the gates of Bali for foreign tourists will begin in the third quarter of 2021. The plan is back from the original target to take place in June-July.
Bali will be a test location before tourist gates in other areas are opened to foreign tourists. The opening of international tourism gates is carried out in the concept of a travel corridor arrangement which allows Indonesia to cooperate with other countries.
June 13th, 2021
Sweet Reminder – Lombok is still OPEN for Domestic Travellers!
Only a quick Negative Result of Rapid Antigen (max. 1×24 hr) OR Negative Result of Genose C19 is required! – Rapid Antigen Tests are available at Jakarta/Surabaya Airport Test Drive Through
The Lombok Lodge is 100% operational during this Pandemic. Both restaurants are open and we are offering all experiences as described at our website. The entire team has been fully vaccinated.
Flying back from Lombok to Jakarta / Surabaya? In order to make your stay as comfortable and easy as possible during this Pandemic, COVID Rapid and/or Antigen Tests are available at The Lombok Lodge Property. A super easy 5-Minutes Process prior to your departure from Lombok. Genose C19 tests are available at Lombok Airport at IDR 40K++
June 13th, 2021
The Bali Provincial Government has completed a concept for the flow of international tourists entering the Island of the Gods in July.
“This is to provide understanding or guidance to every stakeholder and tourists so that they can follow it properly, starting from the management of arrivals, when the tourists are visiting attractions, or for when they return to their respective countries, ” said Head of the Bali Provincial Tourism Office, Putu Astawa.
Astawa said that travel agents must brief international tourists that when in Bali, they must fill out the e-Hac.
When at the Port Health Office, tourists will have their body temperature checked. If the body temperature is more than 37.3 degrees, they will be treated by the doctor on duty.
A special booth will also be provided for international tourists whose body temperature is more than the regulation at I Gusti Ngurah Rai International Airport. Those with a body temperature below 37.3 degrees can follow the next step for a PCR swab. Now there are 20 swab spots. After picking up luggage, tourists will go to collect their belongings and pass the Customs and Excise officer. Next, they are welcome to leave the gate of I Gusti Ngurah Rai International Airport and be picked up by a special taxi certified for cleanliness health safety and environment (CHSE) to their booked hotel.
At the hotel, these tourists are required to carry out a five-day quarantine and they are once again required to take a swab test.
“If the swab test comes out positive after 24 hours, we have to take the tourist to the hospital, but if it comes out negative, the tourist immediately gets a certificate from the Port Health Office that they are healthy and therefore allowed to go to the green zone,” explained Astawa. “This is the flow we have proposed.”
June 01st, 2021
All foreigners are still prohibited from entering Indonesia except for those holding diplomatic visa, duty visa related to official visit of ministerial level or above, diplomatic stay visa, duty stay visa, temporary stay permit (KITAS), and permanent stay permit (KITAP).
Requirements for diplomatic visa, duty visa related to official visit of ministerial level or above, diplomatic stay visa, duty stay visa, temporary stay permit (KITAS), and permanent stay permit (KITAP);
1. Upon arrival, present a negative result of RT-PCR test taken at origin country maximum 3 (three) x 24 hours before departure.
2. Fill out an electronic health awareness card (e-HAC) which is available via the e-HAC Indonesia mobile application (Play Store | App Store) or http://sinkarkes.kemkes.go.id/ehac.
3. Upon arrival, travelers are required to take another RT-PCR test.
4. While waiting for the RT-PCR results, foreign citizens will be quarantined at certified accommodations (hotels/inns) at their own costs. RT-PCR tests will be performed again on the fifth day of quarantine, and if the results are negative, travelers may continue their journey.
5. In the case of a positive result of RT-PCR test, medical care in a hospital for foreigners will be at their own costs.
May 03th, 2021
To make your stay as comfortable and easy as possible during this Pandemic, COVID Rapid and/or Antigen Tests are available at The Lombok Lodge. A Super Easy 5-Minutes Process prior to your departure, available at IDR 350K++, price per person. Do not hesitate to contact us for further details.
Genose C19 tests are available at Lombok Airport at IDR 40K++. We expect to have Genose C19 tests soon available at The Lodge, however at this stage unfortunately not yet.
The Lombok Lodge is 100% operational during this Pandemic. Both restaurants are open and we are offering all experiences as described at our website. The entire team has been vaccinated once, and most of our team members have been vaccinated twice already.
Kindly be aware of the current regulations regarding ‘Mudik Travel’ to/from Lombok
Applicable for Travel from April, 22nd till May, 24th 2021 – Read more > https://www.thelomboklodge.com/blog/traveling-to-lombok-mudik-2021
March 29, 2021
In his recent visit to Bali, President Joko Widodo shared his thoughts that if the covid-19 pandemic spread is under control, Bali might restart the tourism in June or July 2021. The plan is opening parts of Indonesia to foreign tourists in mid 2021!
Officials are already working hard on setting up a travel corridor program that may allow us to see foreign tourists visiting Indonesia (Bali) by the middle of this year, Tourism and Creative Economy Minister Sandiaga Uno has announced.
This new timeline is a lot sooner than the previous one of April 2022.
Sandiaga in a statement explained that this travel corridor arrangement will be agreed with the countries that have successfully contained the spread of corona virus with high vaccination rates and can offer mutual benefits. China, Netherlands, UAE and Singapore are the countries that are being considered at the moment.
Read more > https://jakartaglobe.id/business/bali-looks-forward-to-open-for-foreign-tourists-in-july?fbclid=IwAR1TrC3KA6H9q14KMae0qoZ5vmW8RlgxVfzZs_7aNjXiaZcLdRGgtsf1qrQ
December 23, 2020
Important update for foreign travelers entering Indonesia from abroad between 22/12/2020 and 14/01/2021, with full application from 24/12/2020:
1. Foreign travelers from the United Kingdom cannot enter Indonesia.
2. All travelers from Europe and Australia entering Indonesia must be able to present a negative PCR test on departure that is max. 2×24 hours old on departure.
3. At the time of entry, a new PCR test will be taken for each traveler.
3a. In case of negative result: Foreign travelers entering Indonesia will have to go into quarantine for 5 days in a hotel designated by the government at their own expense.
3b. If the result is positive: Foreign travelers are admitted to hospital at their own expense.
4. In case of negative result and after 7 days quarantine, a second test will be taken. If it is negative, the traveler can leave the quarantine.
December 20, 2020
The Covid-19 Task Force Tightens Citizen Mobility During Christmas Holidays
The Covid-19 Handling Task Force issued a circular regulating health protocols during the Christmas and New Year holidays for domestic and foreign travelers.
Spokesperson for the Covid 19 Handling Task Force, Wiku Adisasmito, said this provision was part of an effort to tackle transmission. Previous holiday experiences, he said, were always followed by an increase in the number of cases of Covid-19 transmission in various parts of Indonesia.
Valid from 19 December to 8 January 2021 include the obligation to carry out health protocols for travelers with 3 main points:
First, every individual traveling on a person must apply and comply with 3M’s health protocols, which are wearing a mask, keeping your distance and avoiding crowds, and washing your hands with soap or using a handsanitizer.
Second, the tightening of health protocols along the way that needs to be done is the use of masks that must properly cover the nose and mouth with a type of 3 layer cloth mask or medical mask.
It is prohibited to eat and drink during the flight for a trip of less than 2 hours, except for individuals who are required to take medication for their safety and health.
Third, domestic travelers must follow a number of conditions:
a. Every individual who travels with a private or public vehicle is responsible for his / her health, and is subject to and obeying the applicable terms and conditions
b. For trips to Bali Island, travelers using air transportation are required to show a negative result certificate using the RT-PCR test no later than 7 x 24 hours before departure as a travel requirement and fill out Indonesia’s e-HAC.
Meanwhile, travelers using land or sea transportation modes, both private and public, are required to show a negative result certificate using the antigen rapid test no later than 3 x 24 hours before departure as a travel requirement and fill out Indonesia’s e-HAC;
c. For trips from and to Java Island as well as inside Java (between provinces / districts / cities), travelers using air and intercity rail transportation are required to show a negative result using an antigen rapid test no later than 3 x 24 hours before departure. as a travel requirement. For travelers using land transportation, both private and public, are advised to use a rapid antigen test no later than 3 x 24 hours before departure as a travel requirement. Completion of e-HAC Indonesia is mandatory for travelers using all modes of public and private transportation, except for rail transportation modes.
d. Children under 12 years of age are not required to take the RT-PCR test or the rapid antigen test as a condition of travel.
e. Routine trips on the island of Java with sea transportation modes that aim to serve limited inter-island or inter-domestic port locations within an agglomeration area or by land transportation, both private and public within an urban agglomeration area (Jabodetabek), are not required to show a result of a rapid antigen test result as a requirement travel.
f. In certain circumstances related to the provisions in point d and point e, the Regional COVID-19 Handling Task Force can carry out a random test (random test) rapid test antigen or RT-PCR if needed.
g. Apart from the provisions of points b and c regarding Java and Bali, antibody rapid tests may still be used according to existing regulations.
h. If the traveler’s rapid antigen or antibody test results are nonreactive / negative but show symptoms, then the traveler may not continue the journey and are required to carry out RT-PCR diagnostic tests and self-isolation during the waiting time for the examination results;
i. Travel using the sea transportation mode follows the applicable policies, except for trips to and from the island of Bali which are required to use a rapid antigen test.
j. Ministries / institutions / regional apparatuses that carry out functions related to land / sea / air / rail transportation follow up this Circular Letter by issuing legal instruments with reference to this Circular Letter and applicable laws and regulations.
Similar provisions also apply to international travelers during the Christmas and New Year holidays.
Foreign travelers are required to show negative RT-PCR test results in the country of origin and it is valid for 3 x 24 hours from the time it is issued into e-HAC Indonesia.
September 28, 2020
For those who plan to enter Indonesia and/or have domestic flights, you are required to fill the Pedulilindungi App. Manual filling is no longer available, therefore we suggest using E-HAC (Electronic Health Alert Card) that can be accessed
– at the Ministry of Health of RI official website > https://www.kemkes.go.id
– by downloading the E-HAC Application from Apple App Store >https://apps.apple.com/id/app/pedulilindungi/id1504600374
– by downloading the E-HAC Application from Android Play Store > https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.telkom.tracencare&hl=in&gl=US
E-HAC / Pedulilindungi App filling is a very easy process, available in English and in Bahasa, and can be done before you travel, during the departure or during the arrival process before the Port Health Authority (KKP) checkpoint.
August 22, 2020
Mount Rinjani National Park – ‘CHSE’ APPROVED by NTB!
Mount Rinjani National Park had obtained a clean, healthy, safe and environmental (CHSE) certificate from NTB deputy governor #SittiRohmi, meaning that the tourist destination had passed the Health Protocol-Implementation Test
August 13, 2020
Lombok is a perfect choice for For Residents of Indonesia & KITAS/KITAP Holders during these challenging times!
The ocean is crystal clear and unlike any you’ve seen – it’s Paradise! The waves are fantastic and there are only very few people on the island – we have more turtles on the island than tourists!
July 13, 2020
Great News! – FAST BOATS FROM BALI TO GILIS & LOMBOK RESTART TODAY!
Boats will run every Monday and Friday! We are happy to assist you and book the tickets on your behalf. Guests will require a valid negative rapid test before being permitted to travel. If you need help with your rapid test – we’ve got you covered. Pre-Departure Rapid tests are available as well on-site at the BlueWaterExpress Departure Lounge. #Approximately20minutes #IDR150K
June 28, 2020
Great news for Residents of Indonesia & KITAS/KITAP Holders! Only a quick 10-minutes COVID-19 RAPID-Test – IDR 850k per person – is required for flights to Lombok by Lion, Batik & Air Asia. Starting today (27/06), the RAPID-test will be valid for 14 DAYS! Previously, travellers needed to present a certificate of a rapid test that had been done in the previous three days up to departure. * We would be happy to assist you in organising your personal RAPID-Test near your home address! More exciting news for Residents of Indonesia & KITAS/KITAP Holders: AIRASIA is Back! Route Lombok-Jakarta-Lombok – Starting 1st of July I Every Tuesday, Thursday & Saturday!
June 19, 2020
North Lombok Regency Free From Corona! Now Green Zone Status!
The status of North Lombok Regency is now ‘GREEN ZONE’, based on the Press Release – dated 18th of June – submitted by the Task Force for Handling Covid-19 West Nusa Tenggara Province. The West Nusa Tenggara (NTB) provincial government announced that tourism areas of #GiliTrawangan, #GiliMeno, #GiliAir in North Lombok Regency are ready to welcome tourists starting June 20, 2020. Following the reopening of the Gili Islands, the government will allow hiking activities in Mount Rinjani starting June 30, 2020. Source: @tempodotco
June 18, 2020
Now, all Residents of Indonesia & KITAS/KITAP Holders can fly again to Lombok! This new policy is contained in Circular Letter (SE) of the Task Force for the Acceleration of Handling Covid-19 No. 7/2020 on Travel Criteria and Requirements for People in the Adaptation Period of New Habits Towards Covid-19 Productive and Safe Communities.
Unlike the previous regulation, which only allows certain people with special needs who can travel by airplane, all Residents of Indonesia & KITAS/KITAP Holders can travel now to Lombok. As long as You Comply with the Health Protocols. Requirements or documents that must be completed by Residents of Indonesia & KITAS/KITAP Holders to be able to fly to Lombok include:
– Show identification (KTP or other valid identification)
– Show a PCR test certificate with a negative result that is valid for 7 days or a certificate of rapid test with non-reactive results that are valid for 3 days upon departure.
June 7, 2020
It’s wonderful to see “The Great Lockdown” finally relaxing. Step by step, Indonesia is finding ‘The New Normal’. International Flights to/from Indonesia are available, however, there are still strong restrictions on the visit of Foreign Citizens. Limited Domestic Flights between Bali and Lombok are available by Garuda Airlines, however, currently, a negative COVID-19 test and a recommendation from your company is required as only people with special needs are allowed to travel. We all hope the situation will be more flexible mid June 2020.
We will keep you posted!
May 31, 2020
Lombok airport will be open for a limited number of hours each day, from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm, and flights are limited. Flights are available between Bali & Lombok by Garuda Airlines, however only for people with specials needs / flights for health care or medical evacuation. Arriving passengers must show proof of a negative PCR swab test valid for 7 days at the time of travel. This situation is subject to change. The same rules apply for passengers on local ferries arriving at Lembar and Kayangan Ports on Lombok.
May 20, 2020
At this stage, 8 people from North Lombok (1 from Pemenang, 1 from Tanjung, and 6 from Bayan District) were confirmed positive for Covid-19.
Over the entire island of Lombok, there are 188 confirmed Covid-19 cases.
April 30, 2020
At this stage, 8 people from North Lombok (1 from Pemenang, 1 from Tanjung, and 6 from Bayan District) were confirmed positive for Covid-19.
Over the entire island of Lombok, there are 166 confirmed Covid-19 cases.
April 24, 2020
Indonesia suspends all passenger travel to prevent Ramadan Exodus.
The Transportation Ministry will restrict all passenger travel starting on Friday 24th of April as the government attempts to prevent citizens from participating in the annual Idul Fitri tradition of Mudik (exodus) to curb the spread of COVID-19. The ministry’s air transportation director general, Novie Riyanto, said all passenger transportation to domestic and overseas destinations – both commercial and chartered flights – would be suspended starting Friday at midnight until June 1. Passenger transportation by sea will be suspended until June 8 2020. Read More > https://www.thejakartapost.com/news/2020/04/23/govt-temporarily-bans-passenger-travel-to-prevent-mudik.html
April 01, 2020
The Government of Indonesia has decided to temporarily ban foreigners from 2 April 2020 until the Covid-19 pandemic is declared complete by the Indonesian authorities. This ban is to apply to all foreigners with the exception of the following categories:
1. Temporary residence permit holders (ITAS) or permanent residence permits (ITAP)
2. holders of diplomatic visas or service
3. Humanitarian staff years in the medical and food sector
4. Crews (air, road and maritime transport)
5. Foreigners/expatriates active in National Strategic Projects
Foreigners who can enter the territory must meet the following 3 conditions:
1. Be in possession of a valid health book issued by the Health Authority of the country of origin
2. Not having stayed in the 14 days before the arrival in Indonesia in a country/territory seriously affected by Covid-19
3. Declaration to comply with the 14-day quarantine requirement of the Indonesian government
For more information, we recommend that you contact the Indonesia Embassy in the country you are in.
March 17, 2020
Government Policy In Indonesia Related To People Crossing From And To Indonesia in Corona Times.
Regarding foreign visitors from all countries, the Government of Indonesia has decided that the Visa Free Arrival (BVK), Visa on Arrival and Free Diplomatic / Service Visa policies are suspended for 1 month. Therefore, every foreigner who will visit Indonesia is required to have a Visa from an Indonesian Representative in accordance with the purpose of the visit. When applying for a visa, you must attach a health certificate issued by the health authority in each country.
In addition to the above, there are special policies that concern the following countries;
1. The policy towards China is still valid according to the statement of the Minister of Foreign Affairs on 2 February 2020.
2. The policy towards South Korea for Daegu City and Gyeongsangbuk-do Province is still in accordance with the Foreign Minister’s statement dated March 5, 2020.
3. Travellers who within the last 14 days visited the countries below are not permitted to enter / transit to Indonesia. These countries are: a. Iran; b. Italy; c. Vatican; d. Spanish; e. France; f. German; g. Switzerland; h. UK
4. All arrivals/travellers must fill out and submit a Health Alert Card to the Port Health Office prior to arrival at the entrance of the Indonesian International Airport. If the travel history shows that in the last 14 days the person concerned has visited these countries, then the person concerned may be refused entry to Indonesia.
The above policy will take effect on Friday 20 March at 00.00 West Indonesia Time. This policy is temporary and will be evaluated in accordance with developments. ** See update 1st of April 2020.
March 17, 2020 – Fastboats and Flights Bali-Lombok
As concerns about the COVID-19 continue to rise, the West Nura Tenggara Government stated that per 17/03/2020 all fast boats are being restricted to operate between Bali, the Gili Islands and Bangsal, Lombok. This is a temporary decision in order to minimize the flow of tourist between these destinations. In the meantime, slow boat / ferry services between Bali and Lombok are operating as usual. Flights between Bali and Lombok – by LionAir and Garuda Indonesia – are still operating as well. Indonesia AirAsia has suspended domestic flights between Bali and Lombok until 21 April 2020. ** See update 24th of April 2020.
March 16, 2020 – The Gili Islands
In response to COVID-19, the Indonesian government has suspended all fast boat services between Bali, the Gili Islands and Lombok starting March 17, 2020. In order to help to stop the virus from spreading, we have decided to suspend as well the private day-trips offered by The Lombok Lodge, as well as our shuttle boat services to the islands, till further notice. Thank you for your kind understanding.
Travelling to Lombok in Corona Times
Since the outbreak of the Coronavirus, we have been monitoring the situation minutely and are doing everything possible to assist you with your upcoming travel plans. The safety and wellbeing of our guests and colleagues is one of our top priorities. In light of the recent cases of coronavirus, we fully understand the concerns around travelling during this time.
Our flexibility on travel in Corona times
As Lombok’s Leading Luxury Hotel – offering the widest range of tailor-made accommodation packages – we also tailor our cancellation conditions for you. Certainly in this time. Because we want you to book your Lombok trip with minimum stress, we guarantee you can change your booking at any time.
Completely removing uncertainty: we simply cannot do that. What we can tell you is we have now 100% flexibility in the cancellation policy for new bookings. For new bookings with stays till September 2021, your hotel arrangement at The Lombok Lodge can be postponed, free of charge, at any time.
Transparency in communication is important here; if you request an accommodation proposal from us, we will inform you of the applicable cancellation policy.
We care, more than ever, for the safety and health of our guests and team members, and have taken the following safety precautions:
– All staff members’ temperatures are checked before entering the premises, and anyone that registers above 36.7° is not allowed to work
– Any staff with flu symptoms are refrained from working
– All guests’ points of contact such as tables, chairs, sofas, bar counter, bar stools and menus are sanitized every morning and after each guest use
– All other areas such as toilets, door handles, kitchen surfaces, electronic devices, etc are sanitized every hour
– We will refrain from handshakes between guests and staff members
– All staff members will wear masks
– The Lombok Lodge Specialized Care Kit including Hand Sanitizers and Masks will be provided with compliments to every in-house guest
– Disinfectant wipes and gloves are available upon request
– Paperless Policy; Room Directory, Room-Service Menus, Spa Menu & Activity Menu by The Lombok Lodge Hotel Application through your own device
– No back-to-back usage of rooms to allow for deeper sanitation practices and changing of pillow protectors and mattress pads between each guest
– Contactless In-Room Dining & Private Dining Options available
– Contactless Payments
The Bright Side
Many experts believe coronavirus cannot stand the sun as nearly all viruses and bacteria cannot survive strong UV radiation. So it never hurts to visit Lombok as soon as times are better and to sunbathe in the Indonesian morning sun!
The Lombok Lodge is keeping a close watch on developments related to the coronavirus.
The exclusive 4N/5D Lombok Post-LockDown Package is now available.
Check it out > https://www.thelomboklodge.com/current-promotions-lombok
Our hearts go out to those around the world who’ve been impacted by the virus.
Owner The Lombok Lodge Hospitality ®