Bali will start welcoming back travellers from all countries from later this week.
Bali officially opened to visitors from China, New Zealand, and Japan among other countries in mid-October, there has since been no direct flights.
Vaccinated visitors will still have to do between 5 and 7 days of quarantine.
The island drew 6.2 million foreign visitors in 2019, the year before Covid-19 struck, but tight pandemic border restrictions devastated tourism
The reopening follows similar announcements by Thailand and the Philippines, which put quarantine waivers on hold in December.
Last week, Indonesia opened two islands close to Singapore to visitors from the city-state.