Travel Advisory

Update on Singapore entry requirements starting April 1

30 Mar 2022

Travel Advisory No. 253


Update on Singapore entry requirements starting April 1


Good news for Singapore-bound travelers:


Effective April 1, 2022, foreign travelers, including children aged 12 and below, will be able to enter Singapore 'quarantine-free' with fewer requirements, provided that they are fully-vaccinated.


The new complete travel requirements for fully-vaccinated travelers are as follows:

1. Negative COVID-19 Test (PCR, Antigen, LAMP, NAAT PCR) taken within two (2) days before departure, or Proof of Recovery (for travelers who recovered from COVID-19), or PDT Exemption Letter;

2. Proof of vaccination; and

3. Singapore Arrival Card – Mandatory to submit 3 days before entering Singapore


Additionally, all Singapore-bound passengers must use the TraceTogether app in Singapore to facilitate contact tracing: https://www.tracetogether.gov.sg/.


NOTE:  The above requirements will replace the existing Vaccination Travel Lane (VTL) scheme imposed last March 4, 2022, which originally required eligible travelers to present a Vaccinated Travel Pass, COVID-19 travel insurance, and a booking on a specially designated VTL flight.


PAL flies to and from Singapore twice daily:


PR 507 Manila-Singapore – Daily – departing at 09:25 AM

PR 501 Manila-Singapore – Daily – departing at 03:10 PM


PR 508 Singapore-Manila – Daily – departing at 02:10 PM

PR 512 Singapore-Manila – Daily – departing at 07:45 PM


The above requirements are subject to change at short notice, should there be further amendments to the entry regulations. For more information, please visit http://safetravel.ica.gov.sg

Thank you.  We hope to welcome you on board our flights to and from Singapore soon.

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