Travel to Singapore

Travel to Singapore - Overview

Non-vaccinated travellers will from 29 August be exempt of quarantine upon arrival in Singapore, but will need to present a Pre-Departure Test taken within 48 hours before departure. Entry approvals will from 29 August be discontinued. All travellers must fill in the SGAC declaration up to 3 days before arrival.

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Fully Vaccinated:

Fully vaccinated travellers can enter Singapore without testing or quarantine. This also applies to children aged 12 and below (i.e., born in or after 2010) regardless of their vaccination status. All travellers must fill in the SGAC declaration up to 3 days before arrival. Travellers are advised to follow the steps in the COVID-19 Requirements Entering Singapore.

 

Non-vaccinated:

Non-vaccinated short-term travellers aged 13 and above arriving from 29 Aug 2022 will no longer need to serve a 7-day Stay Home Notice (quarantine). A Pre-Departure Test (PDT) must be taken within 48 hours before departure. All travellers must fill in the SGAC declaration up to 3 days before arrival. More information can be found here Checklist for Non-Fully Vaccinated Travellers.

 

All travellers

Short-term visitors/tourists must ensure they have travel insurance covering COVID-19, with at least $30,000 of medical coverage. More information can be found here COVID-19 Travel Insurance and Medical Treatment for Inbound Travellers.

Information for passengers transiting Changi Airport can be found here Transiting Through Singapore.

Travellers who require assistance with their entry arrangements can use the Entering, Transiting and Departing or call the helpline at Safe Travel Enquires Helpline at +65 6812 5555.

Entry regulations are subject to sudden changes, and each traveller is responsible for keeping themselves updated and provide the necessary/valid documents. The Embassy recommends travellers to consult their airlines on the rules in transiting countries.