The Indonesian authorities temporarily closed Ngurah Rai International Airport in Bali on 29 June 2018 at 0300hrs (local time) as a result of the ash clouds from the Mount Agung eruptions, but have since reopened the airport at 1430 hrs (local time). Singaporeans travelling to or from Bali should check with their airlines or tour operators for up-to-date flight schedules and the status of Ngurah Rai International Airport.
Mount Agung has erupted several times since 21 November 2017. The Indonesian authorities have maintained Mount Agung’s alert status at Level 3 (Standby) with an exclusion zone of 4 km around its crater. The alert level for Mount Agung can change at short notice.
Singaporeans currently in or planning to travel to Bali should continue to monitor developments closely, and avoid Mount Agung and the exclusion zone around it. You are advised to take all necessary precautions for your personal safety, monitor the local news closely and heed the instructions of the local authorities. Do purchase comprehensive travel and medical insurance and be familiar with the terms and coverage.
Singaporeans in Bali who have not yet e-registered with MFA should do so at https://eregister.mfa.gov.sg/. Singaporeans are advised to stay in touch with family and friends so that they know you are safe. Those in need of consular assistance may contact the Singapore Embassy in Jakarta or the MFA Duty Office at:
Embassy of the Republic of Singapore in Indonesia (Jakarta)
Jln H R Rasuna Said, Kuningan, Block X/4, KAV No 2, Kuningan, Jakarta Selatan 12950
Tanglin, Singapore 248163