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Up-to-date info COVID-19 travel restrictions. Quarantine conditions, entry requrements, list of approved vaccines and etc., help you make decisions about future trips in 2022.

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Visiting Singapore is possible, but you may have to quarantine on arrival or return.

Travel guidelines

πŸ›¬ Quarantine on arrival in Singapore

Some travellers

πŸ›¬ Quarantine on return to Germany

Quarantine is not required

COVID-19 statistics

Infection risk level

πŸ“‰ Medium

New COVID-19 cases in last 14 days

🦠 1217,12

out of 100,000 people

😷 Masks are optional

Mask mandate in indoor spaces is in effect.

Unmasking is allowed at the workplace when an individual is not physically interacting with others.

🚎 Transport is allowed

There is no explicit flight ban from a specific country. However, many commercial flights remained suspended until further notice. Scoot, a subsidiary of Singapore Airlines, has resumed regular flight services between Singapore Changi Airport (SIN/WSSS) and several other destinations, including Bali in Indonesia, Taiwan, Australia, Japan and Malaysia.

South Korean authorities increased regular flight services to Singapore from 6 May.

International travellers are allowed to transit through Changi Airport (SIN/WSSS), based on requests from airlines. Singapore Airlines, SilkAir and Scoot passengers can transit at Changi Airport if their origin and destination were cities approved for transit flights, or if passengers took a connecting flight to an approved city before transiting. Air France, KLM, Garuda Indonesia, Lufthansa, and Swiss International Air Lines passengers can transit through Singapore from approved cities if they connect to Singapore Airlines or SilkAir flights. More information on transits through Changi Airport to depart for a third country is available here.

πŸ“ƒ Declaration documnents

There are no any special documents for declaration are required

πŸ›‚ Partially open

Authorities have reopened its borders to all fully vaccinated international arrivals from all countries and suspended the many entry schemes for travellers from specific countries, including the Air, Land and Sea Vaccinated Travel Lanes (VTL), as well as the Reciprocal Green Lane (RGL) and Air Travel Pass (ATP). All fully vaccinated travellers are exempted from any testing and quarantine requirements.

All long-term pass holders including those with Long-Term Visit Pass (LTVP), In-Principle Approval (IPA), Student’s Pass (STP) and Work Pass, have to be fully vaccinated to enter Singapore.

Inbound travellers who are short-term pass holders who are unvaccinated or partially vaccinated must apply for an entry exemption here.

Inbound travellers holding long-term passes issued by the Ministry of Manpower aged 18 and above who are medically ineligible for vaccines must apply for an entry exemption here.

Non-fully vaccinated Student's Pass (STP) and STP In-Principal Approval holders and their eligible family members must get entry approval from the Immigration and Checkpoints Authority (ICA) prior to making travel plans.

Other non-fully vaccinated travellers, including family members of a Singapore citizen and holders of Permanent Resident In-Principle Approval, must apply for an entry exemption here.

Fully vaccinated long-term pass holders including those with Long-Term Visit Pass (LTVP), In-Principle Approval (IPA), Student’s Pass (STP), excluding Work Permit Holders and minors aged 12 and under, are not required an entry approval to enter the country. Non-fully vaccinated Singapore citizens or permanent residents are not required to apply for entry approval.

Land Borders with Malaysia

Fully vaccinated travellers or those unvaccinated aged 12 and under are allowed to travel through the Causeway and Second Link land border checkpoints without quarantine or testing requirements. The checkpoints are operating around the clock and all modes of travel, including public and private transport, are permitted without daily quota restrictions. Inbound travellers to Singapore must have valid documents and apply for the SG Arrival card within three days prior to departure. Those entering via a private vehicle must apply for a Vehicle Entry Permit.

Singaporean citizens, permanent residents and long-term pass holders who are fully vaccinated are no longer required to apply for the SG Arrival Card to enter the country via its land border checkpoints. Those who received their vaccination in Singapore must have their records reflected in the TraceTogether or HealthHub applications, while others must submit their vaccination record to the Ministry of Health upon their first entry. All other travellers are still required to apply for the card.

Regular public transport services to and from Malaysia's Johor Bahru have resumed. SBS Transit's 160, 170 and 170X, SMRT Buses' 950, Transtar Travel's TS1, TS3, TS6 and TS8 and Causeway Link's CW1, CW2, CW5 and CW7 are among the resumed lines.

Sea Crew

Sea crews and pleasure craft owners who are not fully vaccinated must undergo a pre-departure quarantine for at least seven days in their home countries. These travellers must submit a negative COVID-19 test result issued within two days before arrival and fill in an undertaking form through this portal. Those who are fully vaccinated may follow the Vaccinated Travel Framework.


Banned countries

Taiwan; Afghanistan; Albania; Algeria; American Samoa; Andorra; Angola; Anguilla; Antigua and Barbuda; Argentina; Armenia; Aruba; Australia; Austria; Azerbaijan; Bahamas; Bahrain; Bangladesh; Barbados; Belarus; Belgium; Belize; Benin; Bermuda; Bhutan; Bolivia; Bonaire Sint Eustatius and Saba; Bosnia and Herzegovina; Botswana; Brazil; British Virgin Islands; Bulgaria; Burkina Faso; Burundi; Cabo Verde; Cambodia; Cameroon; Canada; Cayman Islands; Central African Republic; Chad; Chile; Cocos (Keeling) Islands; Colombia; Comoros; Congo; Cook Islands; Costa Rica; Croatia; Cuba; Curaçao; Cyprus; Czechia; Cote d Ivoire; Democratic People s Republic of Korea; Democratic Republic of the Congo; Denmark; Djibouti; Dominica; Dominican Republic; Ecuador; Egypt; El Salvador; Equatorial Guinea; Eritrea; Estonia; Ethiopia; Faroe Islands; Fiji; Finland; France; French Guiana; French Polynesia; Gabon; Gambia; Georgia; Germany; Ghana; Gibraltar; Greece; Greenland; Grenada; Guadeloupe; Guam; Guatemala; Guernsey; Guinea; Guinea-Bissau; Guyana; Haiti; Honduras; Hungary; Iceland; India; Indonesia; Iran (Islamic Republic of); Iraq; Ireland; Israel; Italy; Jamaica; Japan; Jersey; Jordan; Kazakhstan; Kenya; Kiribati; Kuwait; Kyrgyzstan; Lao Peoples Democratic Republic; Latvia; Lebanon; Lesotho; Liberia; Libya; Lithuania; Luxembourg; Madagascar; Malawi; Malaysia; Maldives; Mali; Malta; Marshall Islands; Martinique; Mauritania; Mauritius; Mexico; Micronesia (Federated States of); Monaco; Mongolia; Montenegro; Montserrat; Morocco; Mozambique; Myanmar; Namibia; Nauru; Nepal; Netherlands; New Caledonia; Nicaragua; Niger; Nigeria; Norway; Oman; Pakistan; Palau; Panama; Papua New Guinea; Paraguay; Peru; Philippines; Poland; Portugal; Puerto Rico; Qatar; Republic of Korea; Republic of Moldova; Romania; Russia; Rwanda; Reunion; Saint Barthélemy; Saint Kitts and Nevis; Saint Lucia; Saint Martin (French Part); Saint Vincent and the Grenadines; Samoa; San Marino; Sao Tome and Principe; Saudi Arabia; Senegal; Serbia; Seychelles; Sierra Leone; Sint Maarten (Dutch part); Slovakia; Slovenia; Solomon Islands; Somalia; South Africa; South Sudan; Spain; Sri Lanka; State of Palestine; Sudan; Suriname; Svalbard and Jan Mayen Islands; Swaziland; Sweden; Switzerland; Syrian Arab Republic; Tajikistan; Thailand; The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia; Timor-Leste; Togo; Tonga; Trinidad and Tobago; Tunisia; Turkey; Turkmenistan; Turks and Caicos Islands; Tuvalu; Uganda; Ukraine; United Arab Emirates; United Kingdom; United Republic of Tanzania; United States Virgin Islands; United States of America; Uruguay; Uzbekistan; Vanuatu; Venezuela; Vietnam; Wallis and Futuna Islands; Yemen; Zambia; Zimbabwe

Border ban

🚒 Maritime border - Partially Open

🚊 Land border - Partially Open

🌐 Quarantine modality

Some travellers


All travellers who are unvaccinated, partially vaccinated, tested positive upon arrival and those without valid certificates are required to undergo a 7-day quarantine (stay-at-home notice) at their place of residence or at government-approved facilities. These travellers will be tested with a PCR test before the end of quarantine on Day 7. Non-compliance will result in the issuance of an electronic monitoring device and subsequent breaches would result in penalties such as imprisonment, among other measures.

Fully vaccinated travellers and those who have recovered from COVID-19 are no longer required to quarantine after arrival.

Travellers are not allowed to use trains or buses to reach their quarantine place. Private vehicles, Taxis or cars from ride-hailing apps are allowed.

πŸ’‰ Qualified vaccines

Pfizer - 14 days after second dose.

AstraZeneca (Vaxzevria) - 14 days after second dose.

Vaxzevria (South Korea) - 14 days after second dose.

Covishield (India) - 14 days after second dose.

Johnson & Johnson - 14 days after first dose.

Sinopharm (Beijing) - 14 days after second dose.

CoronaVac - 14 days after second dose.

Moderna - 14 days after second dose.

CanSinoBIO - 14 days after first dose.

Covaxin - 14 days after second dose.

Nuvaxovid (Novavax) - 14 days after second dose.

Covovax (Novavax) - 14 days after second dose.

🀚 Area restrictions

Domestic Travel

Public taxis, buses and trains no longer require the use of a SafeEntry QR code to board, as of 26 April.


Economic activities which do not carry a high risk of transmission of COVID-19 were allowed to resume; this includes the resumption of motor vehicle servicing, air-conditioner servicing, basic pet services and full hairdressing services.

Effective through 31 August, hospital visits are capped at two pre-designated visitors and the visit duration may not exceed 30 minutes. A longer visit may be granted for critically ill patients, birthing or post-partum mothers, among other exceptional situations. A similar rule is also in effect for residential care home visits which are capped at four pre-designated visitors.

Public gatherings and large events are no longer limited to 10 and 1,000 people, respectively; social distancing in indoor and outdoor spaces is no longer mandatory while the use of tracing applications is only required for events of over 500 people. Nightlife venues are capped at 75 percent capacity with masks required in indoor spaces.

Covid Pass is required for some domestic activities: From 26 April, the COVID-19 pass which is integrated into the TraceTogether or SafeEntry applications is only required for entry to all large events with more than 500 attendees, restaurants, bars, karaoke venues and nightlife establishments. Unvaccinated individuals may enter restaurants, provided they have a negative COVID-19 test result certificate.

Effective through 31 August, hospitals are allowed to impose testing requirements and capacity restrictions for visitors of vulnerable or unvaccinated patients.

Covid Pass availability: Individuals may access their online vaccination certificate either via the Singpass, TraceTogether or SafeEntry applications which can be used to gain entry to areas.

Short-term visitors to Singapore can request for vaccination stickers to be affixed to their passports by providing proof of their full vaccination at Level 2 Information Counter, at Immigration and Checkpoints Authority Building between 08:00 and 16:30 on weekdays, and from 08:00 to 12:30 pm on Saturdays. Alternatively, citizens and long-term stay non-Singaporean individuals may access their proof of vaccine here.

All people aged 18 and above are required a booster dose within 270 days after the completion of primary COVID-19 doses to maintain full vaccination status from 14 February.

Good to know

Authorities in Singapore have been relying on strict social distancing measures to tackle periodic COVID-19 outbreaks. Singapore's healthcare system is well-equipped which helped authorities quickly implement health screening and testing measures. Authorities have planned to ease restrictions further in the near term to allow most economic activities to restart after a majority of the population get vaccinated.