General Travel

All travellers are welcome to Singapore regardless of COVID-19 vaccination status. Travellers from eligible countries/regions will also be able to use the automated lanes during arrival for immigration clearance at our checkpoints under the Automated Clearance Initiative

For fully vaccinated visitors

Fully vaccinated travellers can enter Singapore with no entry approvals, pre-departure tests, on-arrival tests and quarantine required.

*Fully vaccinated and non-fully vaccinated children aged 12 and below by year of birth will be allowed to enter Singapore

Your pre-departure checklist:

  • Obtain proof of vaccination
  • Secure tickets for any flight to Singapore
  • 3 days before arrival (including the day itself): Submit SG Arrival Card and e-health declaration via the official and free e-service on the Immigration & Checkpoints Authority (ICA) website

For non-fully vaccinated visitors

From 29 August, non-fully vaccinated visitors will no longer be required to undergo a 7-day Stay Home Notice (SHN) upon arrival or take an exit SHN Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) Test.

Your pre-departure checklist:

  • Ensure you have travel insurance covering COVID-19, with at least $30,000 of medical coverage.
  • 2 days before departure: Take a COVID-19 Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) or professionally-administered Antigen Rapid Test (ART)
  • 3 days before arrival (including the day itself): Submit SG Arrival Card and e-health declaration via the official and free e-service on the Immigration & Checkpoints Authority (ICA) website

Simplified COVID-19 Measures

With our latest COVID-19 measures, explore the best of Singapore with greater peace of mind.

Mask-wearing is not required in indoor and outdoor places, except in healthcare settings, public transport and some flights and ferries1.
Dine-in is allowed for all persons. This includes F&B establishments, hawker centres and coffee shops.
Events and nightlife
Entry to events and nightlife establishments (including bars and karaokes) is open to all persons.


1Depending on where you are travelling to and/or from, some flights may require you to wear masks onboard. Travellers are advised to check with the respective operators on the mask-wearing requirement prior to their trip.

Should you feel unwell or test positive for COVID-19

The Singapore Ministry of Health (MOH) has issued a set of protocols that you should follow if you are feeling unwell, displaying COVID-19 symptoms or test positive while visiting Singapore.

Keep yourself updated

Travel restrictions and safe distancing rules may change at short notice. For updates on Singapore’s COVID-19 situation, refer to Ministry of Health and

All countries/regions are currently classified under the General Travel Category. There are no countries/regions in the Restricted Travel Category which a different set of border and entry requirements may apply.

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