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If you have been fully vaccinated by an approved vaccination programme at least 14 days ago, you will not need to quarantine on return or take a pre-departure test before you arrive in the UK. You will still have to take a PCR test on return to the UK on Day 2.
*If you were fully vaccinated in the UK, EU, or USA at least 14 days ago, you do not need to quarantine, but still need to take a pre-departure test before arriving in the UK (a Return PCR or Antigen Fit to Fly test), and one PCR test on return to the UK (Day 2).

Singapore Travel Restrictions

Updated:

15

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10/2021

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Reviewed:

Current

Who can travel to

Singapore

?

Citizens and Residents, Case-by-case

Accepted tests for entry

A health questionnaire is required to enter Singapore. All arrivals will be required to present a negative PCR test, taken no more than 48 hours before departing to Singapore, except those arriving from Hong Kong, Macau, mainland China, and Taiwan. All arrivals will undergo a test upon entry, and additional tests during their quarantine period. Permitted arrivals from India, Bangladesh, Nepal, Sri Lanka and Pakistan will be tested again on day 14 and 21.
Open For Travel
If you have been fully vaccinated by an approved vaccination programme at least 14 days ago, you will not need to quarantine on return or take a pre-departure test before you arrive in the UK. You will still have to take a PCR test on return to the UK on Day 2.
*Travellers who have not been vaccinated in the UK, EU, USA, or by another approved vaccination programme at least 14 days ago, will need to quarantine, take a pre-departure test before arriving in the UK (a Return PCR or Antigen Fit to Fly test), and two PCR tests on return to the UK (Day 2 & 8).

Singapore Travel Restrictions

Updated:

15

/

10/2021

-

Reviewed:

Current

Who can travel to

Singapore

?

Citizens and Residents, Case-by-case

Accepted tests for entry

A health questionnaire is required to enter Singapore. All arrivals will be required to present a negative PCR test, taken no more than 48 hours before departing to Singapore, except those arriving from Hong Kong, Macau, mainland China, and Taiwan. All arrivals will undergo a test upon entry, and additional tests during their quarantine period. Permitted arrivals from India, Bangladesh, Nepal, Sri Lanka and Pakistan will be tested again on day 14 and 21.
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Welcome to Singapore

Singapore offers a bit of everything: entertainment, architecture, an incredible amount of green spaces and a long list of local excursions. Did we mention that it’s also an absolute paradise for those who love to eat?

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Singapore has been an independent state for only 56 years and its history is tied closely to that of Malaysia. In the 7th century, what is now the main island of Singapore was settled by Malays, most of whom came from Java and Sumatra. In the following centuries, the island belonged to the Buddhist kingdom of Srivijaya. 

Around the year 1150, the city of Temasek ("city by the sea") was founded, the forerunner of today's Singapore. Even then, the strategic location of the city became apparent, and it soon developed into a bustling trading centre and was constantly fought over. 

Today, the city-state is considered Asia's most important financial centre along with Hong Kong. It’s also one of the ten most visited cities in the world — no wonder it's on your list then.

Size

281.2 square miles

Population

5.7 million

Visitors per year

11 million

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Singapore: The Must See Sights

Many travellers never get past the ‘connecting flights’ terminal at Singapore Changi Airport. But there are countless reasons to make Singapore your main destination.

Wander along Marina Bay, one of the city’s most famous attractions, or relax in the Gardens by the Bay. Across from the Marina Bay Sands Hotel you will find the Merlion Singapore (another must-see) — and one you might recognise from postcards and photos of the city. Head back here when the sun goes down and you’ll have a perfect view of the hotel’s laser show.

 The Little India neighbourhood is another must-do, where visitors are treated to colourful Hindu temples and bustling markets. 

In the mood for the beach? Then Sentosa Island is the place to be. While Orchard Road should be your number one pick for retail therapy. And to end the day, enjoy the fabulous view from one of the hip sky-bars in the financial district — Level33 does discount drinks before 8pm.

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Singapore COVID-19 Entry Requirements

Who can travel to

Singapore

?

Citizens and Residents, Case-by-case

Do children need to be tested?

Testing is required, except for children younger than 3 years old.

Test Requirements

PCR

Test window

72 hours

Result format

Print, Digital

Quarantine required and quarantine length

Yes 14 days

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Can You Travel To Singapore?

Singapore's borders are closed for most travelers, while domestic restrictions are gradually being lifted.

  • Singapore is closed for travelers from most countries, with very few exception in place.
  • Arrivals from the following countries may enter Singapore, after applying for a travel pass:

    • China 🇨🇳
    • Taiwan 🇹🇼
    • Hong Kong 🇭🇰
    • Macau 🇲🇴
    • Vaccinated travelers from Germany and Brunei
  • Business and official travel might be possible under Green/Fast Lane arrangements , and require applying for Safe Travel Pass in advance.
  • All arrivals from India, Bangladesh, Nepal, Myanmar, Sri Lanka and Pakistan are banned, except for returning citizens.
  • Most arrivals to Singapore will be required to self-quarantine or quarantine in an approved location, for 14 days.
  • Arrivals from Australia, Brunei, Canada, Germany, New Zealand, Poland, Saudi Arabia, and South Korea will be required to quarantine for 7 days. Vaccinated arrivals from Germany and Brunei are exempt from quarantine.
  • Permitted arrivals from India, Bangladesh, Nepal, Myanmar, Sri Lanka and Pakistan will be required to quarantine in a government facility for 14 days, then another 7 days at home.
  • Arrivals from Hong Kong, Taiwan, China, are exempt from quarantine if testing negative upon arrival.
  • A health questionnaire is required to enter Singapore.
  • All arrivals will be required to present a negative PCR test, taken no more than 48 hours before departing to Singapore, except those arriving from Hong Kong, Macau, mainland China, and Taiwan.
  • All arrivals will undergo a test upon entry, and additional tests during their quarantine period.
  • Permitted arrivals from India, Bangladesh, Nepal, Sri Lanka and Pakistan will be tested again on day 14 and 21.

Public transportation in Singapore is operating under social distancing measurements.

  • Restaurants in Singapore are open for carryout.
  • Vaccinated individuals may dine indoors, with a limit of 2 people per table.

Most none-essential businesses and attractions in Singapore are open, under social distancing requirements and capacity limitations.

Wearing face masks is required in public.

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Travelling To Singapore FAQs

Advice and answers from the Corona Test Centre Team

What do the three colours of the UK’s ‘Traffic Light System’ for travel mean?

As of October 4th, the government has changed the current traffic light system which classifies international travel destinations based on Covid-19 risks. The rules for international travel to England have changed from the red, amber, green traffic light system to a single red list of countries and simplified travel measures for arrivals from the rest of the world.


What do the different categories of the UK’s ‘Traffic Light System’ for travel mean?

  • Red: You must pay for a 10-day stay in a managed quarantine hotel, as well as a pre-departure test and two PCR tests upon return to the UK (Day 2 & Day 8). You will only be allowed to enter the UK if you are a British or Irish national or you have residence rights in the UK.
  • Rest of the world (unvaccinated): You will need to quarantine for 10 days, as well as taking a pre-departure test, and two PCR tests on return to the UK (Day 2 & Day 8). Optionally you can take a test on Day 5 (Test to Release) to leave quarantine early.
  • Rest of the world (vaccinated): You will not need to quarantine on return, and you do not need to take a pre-departure test. You are required to take a PCR test on or before Day 2 of your return to the UK.


How will the government decide which countries go on the red list?

Countries are assigned to the red lists, based on a range of Covid-19 health metrics, which include figures on population vaccination, infection rates and prevalence of variants. The red light category indicates a high level of risk in a given destination and the associated tests and quarantine periods required. Lists are reassessed every three weeks, to account for changes in each country’s COVID-19 situation.

What vaccination programmes are recognised in the UK?

The UK continues to recognise vaccination programmes from the UK, EU, and USA. As of October 4, the UK recognises vaccination certificates with a full course of the Oxford/AstraZeneca, Pfizer BioNTech, Moderna or Janssen vaccines from a relevant public health body in Australia, Antigua and Barbuda, Barbados, Bahrain, Brunei, Canada, Dominica, Israel, Japan, Kuwait, Malaysia, New Zealand, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan or the United Arab Emirates (UAE)

Formulations of the 4 listed vaccines, such as AstraZeneca Covishield, AstraZeneca Vaxzevria and Moderna Takeda, qualify as approved vaccines.

You must have had a complete course of an approved vaccine at least 14 days before you arrive in England.

Where 2 doses of a vaccine are required for a full course, you will be able to mix 2 different types of vaccine, for example Oxford/AstraZeneca and Moderna. You are also allowed to have the 2 vaccinations under 2 different approved programmes, for example Australia and Japan, UK and USA, EU and Canada.

Will I need a PCR Fit to Fly Certificate to travel to

Singapore

?

The PCR test is the gold standard for testing coronavirus and so is recommended for travel to all countries. For Singapore, only PCR Fit to Fly Certificates are accepted.

Will I need an Antigen Fit to Fly Certificate to travel to

Singapore

?

The PCR test is the gold standard for testing coronavirus and so is recommended for travel to all countries. For Singapore, only PCR Fit to Fly Certificates are accepted. You will not be able to use an Antigen Fit to Fly Certificate to enter Singapore but you will be able to use one to return to the UK.

Will I need a Day 2 test or Day 2 and 8 when I return to the UK?

Singapore is currently open for travel, this means that you will need a Day 2 PCR test. You will need to buy this before you travel to the UK and use the reference code on your passenger location form. You do not need to quarantine on arrival unless you test positive. Please note that the travel restrictions are subject to change at very short notice. If you have not been fully vaccinated in the UK, EU, USA, or other accepted vaccination program at least 14 days ago, you will also need to book a Day 8 test before you return to the UK.

I’m vaccinated, what tests do I need?

Singapore is currently open for travel, this means that you will need a Day 2 PCR test, even though you are double vaccinated. You will need to buy this before you travel to the UK and use the reference code on your passenger location form. You do not need to quarantine on arrival unless you test positive. Please note that the travel restrictions are subject to change at very short notice.

Can I enter

Singapore

with a double vaccination certificate?

Singapore does not accept vaccination as an entry requirement and so you will need to provide a PCR Fit to Fly Certificate

What happens if I have visited another country before flying back to the UK from

Singapore

?

The government advice for passengers travelling from Singapore is that if you have visited another country in the 10 days before you arrive in the UK that is a higher risk than Singapore, you must follow the travel guidance for the highest risk country you visited.

What else will I need to return to the UK?

If you have not been fully vaccinated in the UK, EU, USA, or other accepted vaccination program at least 14 days ago, for all countries, including Singapore, you will need to take an Antigen Fit to Fly test before departing for the UK. This can be bought at Corona Test Centre’s to take with you on your travels.

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