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BALI IS OPEN! Everything You Need To Know About Traveling To Bali From Singapore With Kids In 2022

Breaking News! Bali Is Now Open For Families!

Travelling to Bali from Singapore Little Steps Asia

There is positive news from Bali! From Wednesday, 16 February, Bali has been gradually opening up and welcoming international flights from Singapore. Singapore Airlines will fly daily and directly into Ngurah Rai, Bali’s international airport, according to the coordinating Minister Luhut Binsar Pandjaitin. He also announced that there are plans to reduce the mandatory quarantine to five days and four nights.

Helpful And Handy Travel Guide For Your Trip!

  • Travelling to Bali from Singapore Singapore Airlines Little Steps Asia

    FLIGHT TO BALI FROM SINGAPORE:

    Boeing B787-10

    Singapore Airlines will operate the 337-seat Boeing B787-10 aircraft between Singapore and Bali. The plane features 36 business class seats and 301 economy class seats. Tickets are available through various distribution channels, including through their website. Singapore Airlines will regularly monitor the demand and adjust its network accordingly.

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    BALI E-VISIT VISA: How To Apply For Your Visa In Advance

    Apply For Your Visa

    Although nothing is set in stone just yet, the announcement is an exciting step in the right direction for international travelers wanting to visit beautiful Bali. The Balinese government has made impressive efforts with their vaccination program, with over 90 percent of the population already vaccinated. Since March 2020, the government suspended the Free Visa Entry or Visa on Arrival (VoA), which means that all travelers must apply for a Bali E-Visit Visa (B211A) at least 14-days prior to arrival. You can apply for 60 or 180 days and choose the standard or express visa options. It is possible that the visa requirements may change soon with the Indonesian and Singaporean governments working on a travel bubble agreement. Currently, arrivals are limited to certain countries; it is wise to check information issued by the government regularly.

  • Travelling to Bali from Singapore Little Steps Asia

    THE PROCEDURE AND WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT TRAVELING TO BALI:

    Follow Each Step

    Procedures are strict, and you will need to follow the protocols set out by the Bali government as follows:

    • Have a negative RT-PCR test conducted no longer than 72 hours before departure
    • Have valid proof of the COVID-19 vaccination or a vaccination certificate. The full dose must be completed at least 14 days prior to departure.
    • Obtain travel insurance with minimum coverage of USD 100,000. This must cover COVID-19.
    • Download and use the application PeduliLindungi.id as a precursor of all domestic and international travel.
    • Have a booking confirmation from the quarantine accommodation provider in Indonesia.
    • Quarantine for five days and four nights in an approved hotel, villa, or accommodation. The law states that travelers are prohibited from leaving their room or accommodation throughout the quarantine period.
    • Have two RT-PCR tests. The first 24-hours after arrival and the second on the fourth day of quarantine.
    • Once the quarantine is over, every visitor must practice social distancing and wear a mask in all public places.
  • Travelling to Bali from Singapore App Little Steps Asia

    HANDY GOVERNMENT APP IN BALI TO STAY INFORMED AND UPDATED: PeduliLindung

    Download PeduliLindung

    PeduliLindung is an application developed to assist various government agencies in monitoring and tracking movements to curb the spread of Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19). The app relies on community participation to share location data so that the authorities can effectively carry out contact history tracing with those suffering from COVID-19. Users will also receive timely notifications if they are in a red zone or a crowded area.

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    IS IT WORTH TRAVELING TO BALI NOW?

    Long-Term Travel

    Because the restrictions are still relatively high, most travelers choosing to travel to Bali will likely stay for a couple of months. They might want to escape the cold climes of Europe or simply enjoy island living. Holidaymakers might find a two-week holiday cost-prohibitive with all of the imposed hurdles and additional costs or quarantine.

  • Travelling to Bali from Singapore vaccinated Little Steps Asia

    SAFETY - HOW IS COVID-19 IN BALI AT THE MOMENT?

    Over 90 Percent Vaccinated

    Bali has the pandemic well under control, with over 90 percent of their residents fully vaccinated and boosted. Understandably, the government is still taking a cautious approach and keeps the micro-scale Social Restrictions (PPKM Regulations) in place, regularly updated to mitigate the spread of Covid and its variants. You might also find that restaurants and other entertainment venues have shorter operational times.

  • Westin Hotel Bali quarantine Little Steps Asia

    WHATS THE SCOOP ON QUARANTINE HOTELS IN BALI?

    Currently, there are still a lot of unknowns, but the following hotels have quarantine packages in place. Below are a few of our favorites for families and you can find the full guide here!

    The Westin Resort Nusa Dua, Bali, https://marriott.com/en-us/hotels/dpswi-the-westin-resort-nusa-dua-bali/overview

    Grand Hyatt Bali, https://hyatt.com/en-US/hotel/indonesia/grand-hyatt-bali/balgh

    Viceroy Bali, https://www.viceroybali.com/

    Sofitel Bali Nusa Dua Beach Resort Hotel, https://all.accor.com/hotel/9078/index.en.shtml

    Golden Tulip Jineng Resort Bali, https://jineng-resort-bali.goldentulip.com/en-us/

  • Travelling to Bali from Singapore COVID-19 Little Steps Asia

    WHAT IF YOU GET SICK WHILE IN BALI?

    COVID-19

    COVID-19 Symptoms

    • Coughing
    • A runny nose
    • Sore throat
    • Fever
    • Sometimes diarrhea
    • Aching joints and muscles
    • Severe cases may experience breathing problems or develop a lung infection

    If you think you might have COVID-19, your first measure is to prevent others from getting infected and inform those you’ve been around.

    Call 112 or 223333 from Bali.

    The operator will guide you through the process, and an ambulance will collect you if deemed necessary.

    The Bali provincial government has assigned five hospitals to handle any COVID-19 infections.

    The Sanglah General Hospital in Denpasar, https://sanglahhospitalbali.com

    Sanjiwani General Hospital in Gianyar Regency, http://rsudsanjiwani.gianyarkab.go.id

    Tabanan General Hospital, +62 361 811027

    Udayana University Hospital, https://rs.unud.ac.id

    Bali Mandara General Hospital, https://rsbm.baliprov.go.id/

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