Today, the Indonesian government said that visitors no longer have to take a test when they arrive.
They will in any case be expected to show a substantial PCR test required in no less than 48 hours of flight. They have also said that Yogyakarta, Medan, and Makassar are among the additional airports that will accept visas on arrival.
The fact that travelers will no longer be required to submit to a test upon arrival is excellent news for those planning to travel to Asia within the next six months. Indonesia is “fully open!” now that the requirement has been removed, but the requirement remained a significant obstacle. From April through the end of September, most of the islands in Indonesia offer the best weather for vacations.