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Safe Travel Information
Learn about travel requirements and if your country has a Vaccinated Travel Lane with Singapore.

Reciprocal Green Lane (RGL)

Updated as of 23 December 2021

Short-term visitors on business and official travel may use the RGL to enter Singapore. Visitors using the RGL will need to adhere to a controlled itinerary.

Read the following entry requirements and travel guidelines to find out how you can prepare for your trip to Singapore.

Get your Singapore business counterpart to apply for Safe Travel Pass-Reciprocal Green Lane

Either a company or government agency in Singapore can sponsor/apply for a Safe Travel Pass under the Reciprocal Green Lane on behalf of a prospective visitor. Applications are open between 2 and 5 weeks before the intended week of entry. As applications can take up to 7 days (excluding day of application) to process, any application submitted less than 8 days from the intended date of entry will not be accepted.

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Ensure the following for your Singapore business counterpart:

•    Prepare visitor’s passport details, FIN number (if applicable) and Long-term Pass (if applicable)

•    Prepare details of local contact person in company or agency (e.g., name, mobile number, email address)

•    Plan an accommodation arrangement from approved hotel list

•    Plan a detailed itinerary (up to 14 days)

•    Read terms and conditions for entry into Singapore under the RGL arrangement

Apply for visa (if applicable)

Visitors who require a visa for travel to Singapore must also obtain a valid visa after receiving their Safe Travel Pass-RGL approval, before departing for Singapore. They are encouraged to apply for their Safe Travel Pass-RGL early.

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Book return transport

Visitors are required to show proof of return transport arrangements to depart from Singapore (e.g., air, train, or bus return ticket). Visitors arriving by air who do not produce a return air ticket during pre-boarding checks may be refused boarding.

Arrange approved accommodation

Visitors are required to stay in an approved accommodation and self-isolate for up to 24 hours while they wait for the results of their on-arrival COVID-19 PCR Test.

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Purchase COVID-19 travel insurance

The insurance plan should provide at least S$30,000 worth of coverage for COVID-19-related hospitalisation and medical expenses. 

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Take COVID-19 PCR test 72 hours before departure

Approved Reciprocal Green Lane visitors must take a COVID-19 PCR test at a government authorised health centre within 72 hours of departure and obtain a certificate for a negative COVID-19 test.

Submit Singapore Arrival Card

Submissions of Arrival Card including health, travel history, and accommodation declarations should be done no earlier than 3 days before the arrival date. It can be submitted through Visit Singapore Travel Guide or SG Arrival Card (SGAC) e-Service.

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Register for on-arrival COVID-19 PCR test

Visitors should also register and make payment for their on-arrival COVID-19 PCR test prior to departing for Singapore.

Children below 3 years of age in that calendar year are not required to undergo the test upon arrival.

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Download TraceTogether App

Visitors are required to download and register their profile on the TraceTogether app.

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Your Singapore business counterpart to submit necessary documents

Before departure, your sponsor/applicant needs to submit:

•    Visitor’s itinerary up to 14 days

•    Negative COVID-19 PCR test from approved facilities that was taken within 72 hours before departure

•    Electronic or physical proof of travel insurance

Prepare for immigration clearance

On arrival, the visitor must present to the immigration officer:

•    Valid Safe Travel Pass approval letter (date of entry into Singapore must fall within the intended week of travel stated in the letter).

•    Valid visa (if applicable)

•    Negative COVID-19 PCR test result taken at an authorised testing facility within 72 hours of departure for Singapore

•    Proof of transport arrangement to depart from Singapore

•    Mobile device with the TraceTogether app downloaded and their profile registered on the app 

[Please note that SIM card purchase (if needed), mobile phone rental, or purchase of SGD should be done in the airport transit area prior to clearing immigration]

Undergo COVID-19 PCR test

After clearing immigration, all visitors are required to undergo an on-arrival COVID-19 PCR test. They are not permitted to enter any retail or food & beverage establishments, or procure any goods and services at the airport, including Jewel Changi Airport.

Proceed to self-isolation accommodation

Following the test, visitors must immediately take private transport, taxi, or private hire car to their declared accommodation. They must remain in isolation until a negative test result is out. The use of public transportation is not allowed.

Wait for result at approved accommodation

Visitors must remain in isolation at the accommodation until they receive notification (within 24 hours) of a negative test result.

Visitors are responsible for their medical bills should they require medical treatment for COVID-19 while in Singapore.

For Reciprocal Green Lane Travellers

Adhere to itinerary submitted

Do not use public transport

Always remember to:

Wear mask in public areas except when dining or exercising

Keep TraceTogether app running

Gather in groups of up to 5

Dine-in allowed in groups of up to 5*

Maintain 1 metre distance

Safety measures for events, attractions, and cruises

Events

Up to 1000 fully vaccinated people or up to 50 people without pre-event testing, with zones of up to 100 attendees allowed

Attractions and cruises

50% operating capacity for groups of up to 2 fully vaccinated persons are allowed; provision for children 12 years and below applies.

Tours

Up to 50 people for conveyance tours (e.g., Duck Tours etc.) and up to 20 people for non-conveyance tours (e.g., walking, cycling, kayaking tours)

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.

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