Last Updated: January 1,2021
One of the cleanest and most orderly cities in the world, the island-city state if Singapore has officially reopened its borders for tourism as of September 1, 2020. However, Singapore can only accept international tourists from select countries.
Who Can Visit Singapore?
Currently, entry to Singapore as tourists is limited to those who came from countries considered “safe” or has a small number of Covid-19 cases. These include Australia, Brunei, Mainland China, New Zealand, Taiwan, and Vietnam.
But before tourists can enter, they must first secure an Air Travel Pass at least 7 days before their intended date of arrival to Singapore.
What Are The Entry Requirements For Air Travel Pass?
- Travelers should have been in the countries mentioned above for the last 14 days.
- Tourists must present their Air Travel Pass to the airline upon boarding.
- They also need to undergo a PCR test.
- All travelers should stay in their accommodation for at least 48 hours until the test is proven to be negative.
- Should download the TraceTogether application on their mobile phones.
Are There Any Testing Required?
All travelers arriving into Singapore will be tested upon arrival for COVID-19. They will only be allowed to tour around Singapore after they receive a negative test result.
Health Protocols and Safety Measures
All travelers should wear face masks in all outdoor and indoor public places. When going around Singapore, tourists should follow strict social distancing practices.
What’s Open in Singapore?
- Some hotels and other accommodations but with social distancing
- Public transportation is operating
- Supermarkets, convenience stores, grocery stores and wet markets (except convenience stores in parks)
- Critical food services, including hawker centers, food courts, cafes, and those that sell hot/cooked snacks and bread. These can continue to remain open but for takeaway and delivery services only.
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