|Period1||22 April 2021 – 5 May 2021||6 May 2021 – 17 May 2021||18 – 24 May 2021|
|Required Travel Documents||Nothing||Entry and Exit Permit (SIKM)/Printed Travel Permit2||Nothing|
|Required Health Documents (choose one) 3||
1Travels to Bali and Central Kalimantan after 24 May 2021 require a COVID-19 test. See more details below
2See the criterias of people who can request an Entry and Exit Permit (SIKM) or Printed Travel Permit below.
3Children below 5 years old do not have to take a COVID-19 test.
In an effort to curb the spread of COVID-19 during Eid Mubarak, the COVID-19 task force has issued a decree (SE Satgas No 13/2021) that bans exodus or mudik from6 May 2021 to 17 May 2021. Travels outside those dates have also been tightened.
Special for travels to Central Kalimantan and Bali, COVID-19 tests are also needed outside 6 – 17 May 2021. Please see the summary below.
Travels During 6 – 17 May 2021
Passengers traveling with intercity buses & shuttles from 6 May 2021 – 17 May 2021 are only available for passengers with the following reasons or criteria:
Those who meet the criteria above must also bring the following documents during their travels:
1.Entry and Exit Permit (SIKM) or Printed Travel Permit
2.Negative rapid antigen, GeNose or PCR test
Travels During 22 April 2021 – 5 May 2021 & 18 – 24 May 2021
As stated on SE Satgas No 13/2021, passengers traveling with intercity buses & shuttles during 22 April 2021 – 5 May 2021 and 18 May 2021 – 24 May 2021 must provide a negative rapid antigen or PCR test that was performed at the longest 24 hours before boarding time, or a negativeGeNose test that performed at the terminal or port before departure.
Special Travel Requirements to Central Kalimantan
As stated on SE Kalimantan Tengah No. 443/40/Satgas COVID-19, passengers traveling to Central Kalimantan from 15 April 2021 until an unspecified date must provide a negative rapid antigen test that was performed at the longest 72 hours before boarding time.
Special Travel Requirements to Bali
As stated on SE Satgas No 12/2021, passengers traveling to Bali from 22 April 2021 until an unspecified date must provide a negative rapid antigen or PCR that was performed at the longest 48 hours before boarding time or a negativeGeNose test that performed at the port before entering Bali.
Please also keep in mind the regulations below:
Book a PCR or rapid test in 3 cities across Indonesia, from Bandung to Surabaya.
From booking a test to getting your result, we will assist you every step of the way.
We only partnered with authorized testing centers to ensure the reliability of test results.
To ensure passenger’s safety while riding the bus, our Buses & Shuttles operators have taken additional preventive measures. These measures include the things below.
Hand sanitizing stations are installed inside the bus and at the drop-off points.
Disinfection is regularly performed on buses and at boarding locations.
The bus’s passenger capacity has been reduced up to 50%.
Health check is routinely conducted on all passengers, drivers, and staff prior to departure. Those showing symptoms of respiratory tract infections are prohibited from boarding.
Bus drivers and staff are properly attired with face masks for the duration of the trip. Counter staff also wear face masks.
Passengers who are not wearing face masks are prohibited from boarding the bus.
IMPORTANT: Please note that some operators enforce additional preventive measures. To see the protective measures taken by an operator, select the operator with the CleanTrip label and read the details at the top of the page.