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All passengers, especially those who booked through our Travel Agency partners, are required to provide updated contact information to avoid missing out on any important updates such as unwanted delays, cancellation and sudden travel rules and requirements of your destination. Here are the easy steps that you can follow:

 

1. Go to ‘Manage Booking’ 

2. Input your Booking reference and Last Name to retrieve your booking

3. Click 'Modify Travellers Details'

4. Update your mobile number, email address and click 'Continue'

 

 

TRAVEL REQUIREMENTS OVERVIEW
Allowed Travelers

Advisory 

  • Effective March 31, 2022, all fully vaccinated travelers can enter Singapore quarantine free, if they have not visited countries in Ministy of Health’s Restricted category in the past 7 days.

 

Allowed Travelers

  • Singapore Citizens and Permanent Residents
  • Long Term Pass Holders 

  • Short-Term Visitors and Work Permit Holders  

Travelers must observe the following:

Only the following travelers are required to secure entry approvals:

  • Non-Malaysian male work permit holders in the construction, Marine, and Process sectors
  • Dormitory-bound work permit holders
  • Unvaccinated/partially vaccinatedlong-term pass holder
  • Unvaccinated/partially vaccinated short-term visitors

 


General Requirements

MEDICAL DOCUMENTS

Fully Vaccinated Travelers:

  • Proof of vaccination
  • NOTE: Effective April 26, 2022, all fully vaccinated and children aged 12 years or below in that calendar year who are entering Singapore will no longer be required to provide proof of having taken a pre-departure test for COVID-19. 
  • Please refer to the vaccination requirements on the SafeTravel website. As of 7 May 2022, the list of approved vaccines are as follows: 
    • AstraZeneca 
    • Covaxin 
    • Covishield 
    • Janssen/J&J 
    • Moderna/Spikevax 
    • Novavax 
    • Pfizer/BioNTech/Comirnaty 
    • Sinopharm 
    • Sinovac  
    • CanSinoBio


Unvaccinated Travelers:

  • Travellers who are able to show Proof of their Recovery 14-90 days before date of departure to be exempted from PDT. Please see the recovered status checked here.  
  •  Negative RT-PCR test/ professionally administered Rapid Antigen Test from any DOH accredited laboratories or Rapid Antigen Test supervised by licensed Singapore providers within 2 days before departure. 
  • Short-term visitors who are not fully vaccinated and are required to have Travel Insurance for their COVID-19-related medical treatment and hospitalisation costs in Singapore should ensure that their insurance has a minimum coverage of S$30,000  
  • Entry approval 
    • EXEMPTION: 
      • Singapore Citizens, Long-Term Pass Holders below 18 years old and Short-Term Visitors below 12 years old & PR
      • Effective May 01, 2022, all fully vaccinated travelers will not be required to present Entry Approval for travel to Singapore

  • 7 days Stay Home Notice at a declared place of accommodation. Swabbing on the 7th day.

 

All Travelers coming from Restricted Category

Travelers with travel history to a country under the restricted categoryin the past 7 consecutive days are required to complete the following:

  • Entry Approval
  • Negative RT-PCR test/ professionally administered Rapid Antigen Test from any DOH accredited laboratories or Rapid Antigen Test supervised by licensed Singapore providers within 2 days before departure.
  • On Arrival PCR Test
  • 7-day quarantine at a designated facility. Swabbing on the 7th day


 

TRAVEL DOCUMENTS

  • Valid-Visa (for Visa-required passengers) 

 

For more information about the Vaccinated Travel Framework, please visit https://safetravel.ica.gov.sg/arriving/overview   

  


  • As of January 01, 2021
           -            Extension of Presidential Proclamations 10014 and 10052:                               
              https://travel.state.gov/content/travel/en/News/visas-news/extension-of-presidential-
              proclamations-10014-and-10052.html
  • As of January 01, 2021
           -            Extension of Presidential Proclamations 10014 and 10052:                               
              https://travel.state.gov/content/travel/en/News/visas-news/extension-of-presidential-
              proclamations-10014-and-10052.html
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Singapore (SIN)

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Travel Restrictions

  • AAs of March 31, 2022, 2359hrs (Singapore time), A fully vaccinated travelers can enter Singapore quarantine-free, if they have not visited countries/regions in MOH’s Restricted Category in the past 7 days. 
  • Air Travel Pass and Vaccinated Travel lane schemes will be retired 
  • As of February 21, 2022 2359hrs (Singapore time), Key outlined changes in the following Directive Orders shall be observed:

Directive/Circular

 

CAAS Amendment No. 1 to Directive No. 1/2022, Passenger Pre-Boarding Requirements

Unofficial consolidated copy of CAAS Directive No. 1/2022 (including Amendment No. 1)

Changes to Basic Health Assessment

  • Removal of declaration on close contact
  • Amendment of declaration on symptoms to those which started in the last 7 days only
  • Allow boarding for fully vaccinated recently-recovered travellers with onset of symptoms within last 7 days, if they can present a negative PDT

Circular No. 08/2022, Pre-Flight Measures and Requirements for Passengers on Flights to Singapore

  • Reduction of assessed travel history from 14 days to 7 days
  • Consolidation of country categories based on MOH’s revised classification
  • Removal of PDT requirement for transfer/transit (TT) passengers
  • Acceptance of self-administered supervised ART results slips issued by licensed providers (including Quick Test Centres/Combined Test Centres) in Singapore as a valid proof of recovery

Circular No. 09/2022, Entry Approval and Vaccination Requirements for Long-Term Pass Holders and accompanying Annexes A to F

  • Removal of entry applications for fully vaccinated Long-Term Pass holders (excluding Work Permit holders)

Circular No. 10/2022, Update on Border Measures for Travellers with Travel History to Hong Kong, Macao, Mainland China and Taiwan

  • Reduction of assessed travel history from 14 days to 7 days
  • On-arrival PCR test at the airport shifted to supervised self-administered ART within 24 hours of arrival at Quick Test Centres/Combined Test Centres
  • Removal of entry applications for fully vaccinated Long-Term Pass holders (excluding Work Permit holders)
  • Tightening of border measures for travellers with travel history to Hong Kong (with effect from 24 February 2022, 2359hrs)

 

  • Effective February 1, 2022, VACCINATION REQUIREMENT FOR WORK PASS HOLDERS, STUDENT’S PASS HOLDERS AND THEIR DEPENDENTS. As part of the Singapore Government’s plan on the safe reopening of its borders, all Work Pass holders, Student’s Pass holders, and their dependents must complete their COVID-19 vaccinations with World Health Organization Emergency Use Listing (WHO-EUL) vaccines at least 14 days before entering Singapore. All Work Pass holders, Student’s Pass holders, their dependents and holders of an In-Principle Approval (IPA) letter entering Singapore must complete the requirements in the medical and travel document section above before boarding. For more information, please read the CAAS Memorandum 01Feb2022
  • International travelers are not allowed to enter Singapore.

  • This does not apply to:

    • Travelers with a Safe Travel pass or with an approved letter of entry from a relevant agency in Singapore;

    • Singapore residents;

    • Spouse and children of Singapore residents who applied for permission;

    • Holders of a long-term visit pass or student pass with permission to enter;

    • Holders of a short-term visit pass with permission to enter;

    • Holders of a Work Pass.

  • For full details and exemptions, go to https://safetravel.ica.gov.sg/

COVID-19 Health Requirements

 

  • MUST READ! Pre-flight Measures and Requirements for Passengers on Flights to Singapore 
  • MUST READ! Update as of January 22, 2022: Pre-flight Measures and Requirements 
  • Summary of January 22, 2022 Pre-flight Measures and Requirements:
    • Travelers arriving/ transiting Changi effective January 23, 11.59pm, who are fully vaccinated and recently recovered (within 90 days of their last infection), will be exempted from all testing and stay-home notice requirements if they are able to provide appropriate documentary proof. Same entry requirements for Category 3 plus valid proofs of diagnosis.
    • Non-fully vaccinated and recently recovered travelers are exempted from pre-departure testing requirements, but will still be sunjected to all other prevailing border measures
    • Recently recovered travelers refers to those who are who are traveling to Singapore 7-90 days (for fully vaccinated travelers) or 14-90 days (for non-fully vaccinated travelers) after their last infection
      • Required to provide Documentary Prook of Diagnosis

a) Positive COVID-19 PCR test or professionally-administered ART result stating thr date the test was taken which must be:

1) between 7-90 days before date of departure for fully vaccinated travelers

2) between 14-90 days before date of departure for non-fully vaccinated travelers  OR

b) Discharge Memo issued by a relevant state authority or licensed medical professional that states the date of infection or discharge date.

  •  Effective November 11, 2021, 2359H, The Philippines is included in Category 3 –Travel Checklist – Category (III) (ica.gov.sg)
  • Travelers from the Philippines must comply with Category 3 requirements:

    • Must be fully vaccinated before arrival.

      • All pass holders entering under WPHL, regardless of travel history, must be fully vaccinated before arrival except for the following groups:

        • Pass holders who are below 18 years old on date of entry.

        • Unvaccinated pass holders who are 12 years old to below 18 years old on date of entry will need to get their first vaccination in Singapore using a PSAR-approved vaccine within 1 month of arrival. They must complete the full vaccination regime within 2 months of arrival.

        • Pass holders who cannot be vaccinated due to medical conditions

    • Take 1 of the following COVID-19 tests within 2 days before departure:

    • Present a valid negative test report, that meets all the requirements below, before departure and upon arrival in Singapore:

      • Is in English (or accompanied with an English translation);

      • Contains the following:

        • COVID-19 test results and date of test;

        • Name of helper/CN or pass holder; and

        • Date of Birth or Passport number (per the passport used to travel to Singapore).

    • Serve a 10-day SHN at one of the following:

      • Suitable accommodation sourced by submitters (e.g. hotels, serviced apartments, etc.)

      • For Helpers/CN - Employer's house. The helper/CN must isolate herself in her room and minimise contact with household members, especially vulnerable household members. If this is not possible, please look for another accommodation.

      • For Pass Holders - Place of residence. The pass holder must isolate themselves in their room and minimise contact with household members. If this is not possible, please look for another accommodation.

    • Take a COVID-19 PCR test ($125 including GST) on Day 10 of SHN.

    • [Only for helpers/CNs and pass holders who were vaccinated overseas] Take serology test at a Public Health Preparedness Clinic to confirm their vaccination status within 14 days of completing self-isolation. Please call the clinic to check if they offer serology tests.

 

  • Approval Letter for Entry (ALE) STB Sponsored Travelers (October 31, 2021)
    • Holders of the Approval Letter for Entry (ALE) for the Bloomberg New Economy Forum (BNEF) 2021 (attached for reference) will not be required present a mobile device with the TraceTogether app already downloaded, with mobile number and profile registered, prior to boarding their flight. They are also not required to have an electronic or physical copy of a booking confirmation from Changi Recommends.
    • This exemption will only apply to holders of the BNEF ALE, and not to travellers holding the ALEs issued by the Ministry of Trade & Industry for other MICE events.
    • Sample MTI ALE for STB Sponsored Travelers 


  • Vaccination Requirement for Work Pass and Student’s Pass Holders (October 20, 2021)

All Work Pass and Student’s Pass holders will need to be fully vaccinated with Pandemic Special Access Route (PSAR)-approved or World Health Organisation Emergency Use Listing (WHO EUL) vaccines before arrival in Singapore.


From November 01, 2021, 0001hrs (Singapore time), all Work Pass holders, Student’s Pass holders, their dependants, and holders of an In-Principle Approval (IPA) letter entering Singapore must be fully vaccinated. This includes those with travel history to all countries/regions, including Category I and II, but will not apply to those travelling under the Periodic Commuting Arrangement (PCA).


Read the complete CAAS Circular 2021/65 for more information 


  • Effective August 10, 2021 – Vaccination Requirement for Work Pass Holders and their Dependents: Singapore will resume entry approvals for fully vaccinated work pass holders and their dependents. Required documents are as follows:
  1. For passengers vaccinated in Singapore:
    1. Ministry of Manpower (MOM) Approval Letter of Entry (ALE). See Sample MOM ALE
    2. Passenger must present hardcopy of the vaccination certificate 
    3. Vaccination status on HealthBuddy app; or Trace App
  2. For pass holders vaccinated overseas:
    1. MOM Approval Letter of Entry (ALE)
    2. Hard copy of COVID-19 vaccination certificate with the following details:
  • Name (as stated in the passport) 
  • At least one other personal identifier, e.g. date of birth or passport number 
  • Country of vaccination 
  • Name of vaccine used (if more than 1 dose, the name of each vaccine administered for each dose) 
  • Date(s) of vaccination (if more than 1 dose, the dates when each dose was administered)

Individuals who have received their vaccinations overseas must update their vaccination records in the National Immunization Registry (NIR) within two weeks of completion of their Stay-Home Notice (SHN) in Singapore. 


                  * UPDATED! View Accepted Proof of Vaccination (as of October 22, 2021) 


  • Other than the exemption email issued by the Ministry of Manpower (MOM), travelers may also receive the exemption email issued by the Ministry of Trade and Industry (MTI). The content of the letters are the same and can both be accepted.
  • Travelers holding a MOM ALE and are aged below 18 years old will not be required to present documentary proof of vaccination. Pass holders who cannot be vaccinated due to special considerations will be issued with an exemption letter by a Singapore Government Agency and must present this to the airline during preboarding checks.
  • The vaccination condition for entry will not apply to migrant domestic workers, S Pass and work permit holders from the Construction, Marine Shipyard and Process (CMP) sectors.

-          Returning SC/PR Lane

-          SC/PR Familial Ties Lane

-          Student’s Pass Holder Lane

-          Work Pass Holder General Lane

  • Negative test result must be issued by an internationally accredited or recognized laboratory, clinic or medical facility specified on the Internet website of the Singapore Ministry of Health at https://www.moh.gov.sg/covid-19/accreditation-bodies-for-covid-19-testing
  • The test result memo must be from recognized laboratories that are internationally accredited or recognized by the respective governments. It must also be in English, and should state the following:

-     the test result;

-     the date that the test was taken; and

-     the name of the passenger as stated in the passport and at least one other personal identifier such as the date of birth or passport number.      

  • If the passenger’s test result is positive, air operators must check if the passenger has recovered from a past diagnosis of COVID-19. For this, the passenger must produce his/her first ever positive COVID-19 PCR test result memo, which must be in English and state the date that the test was taken, and minimum of 2 personal identifiers as stated in the passport (i.e. name and either date of birth or passport number). The passenger is allowed boarding only if the date of that first ever positive COVID-19 PCR test result is more than or equal to 22 days prior to the date of arrival in Singapore.
  • PRINTED Certificate from an accredited lab (recognized to perform COVID-19 testing by their respective governments’ Competent Authorities) which verifies that passenger took a COVID-19 test (RT-PCR type) with negative result not more than 48 hours prior to his/her departure flight

     (https://doh.gov.ph/licensed-covid-19-testing-laboratories). 

 

Required Forms

  • Singapore Arrival Card (SGAC) with Electronic Health Declaration (eHDC)

-          It is mandatory for all arriving passengers to submit their arrival details to ICA for immigration clearance. Passengers must submit their details up to 3 days in advance before arrival.

-          Scan the QR code to download


                                                      

  • Reminder! Each passenger is currently required to submit an electronic Singapore Arrival Card with Health Declaration (“eHDC”) via the SG Arrival Card (SGAC) e-Service1 (which includes the three specified questions required by the Directives to be asked) for entry into Singapore, a passenger may respond to the three specified questions by showing a copy of his or her eHDC submitted via SGAC e-Service during check-in.
  • TraceTogether Entry Requirement now applies to Air Travel Pass Holders (ATP), Reciprocal Green Lane travelers (RGL), and Ministry of Trade and Industry (MTI) approval letter of entry (ALE) holders (MTI ALE)

-      Effective March 15, 2021, the TraceTogether (TT) app entry requirement would be extended to Reciprocal Green Lane travelers, as well as selected Ministry of Trade and Industry (MTI) approval letter of entry (ALE) holders. The travelers subject to the TT app requirement are:

    -     Travelers must show one of the following at check-in, otherwise, they may be denied boarding:

      -     Children aged 12 years old or younger in that calendar year and travelling with a parent or guardian, and those who are unable to use a mobile device due to a certified disability and/or special need, are exempted from this requirement.   

                    -     For more information,
                          visit https://safetravel.ica.gov.sg/australia/atp/requirements-and-process

      Other Requirements

      • SEA CREW:

      -          Valid Seaman's Visa

      -          Seaman's Book

      -          Original Copy of the Letter of Guarantee

      -          Confirmation that the crew has been in quarantine for at least 14 days prior to departing
           his/her home country and has been well throughout that period

      -          The crew must be transferred directly between the ship and point of arrival/departure in
           Singapore              

      -          The ship will not be allowed to depart Singapore until sign-off crew has departed
           Singapore and/or the sign-on crew has boarded the ship. Ship owners/managers/agents
           should apply for crew change in Singapore by writing to shipping@mpa.gov.sg and
           pms@mpa.gov.sg at least 14 days in advance of the planned crew change.   

                        

      Other Information

      • For the latest advice, information and resources, go to:

      -          www.mom.gov.sg

      -          www.go.gov.sg/wuhancoronavirus

      -          https://www.caas.gov.sg/legislation-regulations/covid-19-publications

      -          The related Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) can be found at   
           https://www.moh.gov.sg/covid-19/faqs.

      -          https://safetravel.ica.gov.sg

      -          https://www.iata.org/en/programs/covid-19-resources-guidelines/covid-gov-mitigation/

      -          https://www.iatatravelcentre.com/world.php

      -          https://safetravel.ica.gov.sg/arriving/overview