26 Feb 2021
Singapore’s borders are reopening gradually to allow safe travel in limited numbers, with the necessary safeguards in place to ensure public health considerations are addressed.
- Short-term visitors are not allowed entry into Singapore, except those coming in under the Green/Fast Lane arrangements, the Air Travel Pass, Connect@Singapore initiative or with special prior approval.
- All approved travellers must abide by the requirements on COVID-19 prevention and control and prevailing public health regulations of the receiving country. More information on the various entry requirements for various countries can be found here.
- Singapore has also ceased port calls for all cruise vessels.
- Singapore is also in ongoing discussions with various countries and regions on developing bilateral arrangements for safe travel. We will continue to update our border measures, taking into account our understanding of the virus and developments in other countries and regions.
- Singapore residents, long-term pass holders and visitors seeking to enter Singapore can check the Ministry of Health (https://www.moh.gov.sg/covid-19) and Immigration and Checkpoints Authority (https://www.ica.gov.sg/covid-19) websites for updates on the COVID-19 situation in Singapore and border control measures in relation to COVID-19. The measures for inbound travellers are also summarised here: https://safetravel.ica.gov.sg/health.
- If you are in Singapore, you can do your part by practising good personal hygiene, monitoring your own health and following the appropriate safe management measures.
- You may also refer to STB’s full advisory (https://www.stb.gov.sg/content/stb/en/home-pages/advisory-on-covid-19.html), which provides a summary of the new and existing measures to help guide visitors and tourism businesses.