LATEST UPDATES: 22 Apr – Fully vaccinated travellers no longer need COVID-19 test to enter Singapore from Apr 26
(Source: CNA)

Find out all the essential travel information and requirements you need to know before you go.

Travellers are to take note of any pre-departure requirements, health and immigration declarations. Please note that requirements for entering Singapore can change on short notice. Travellers should be prepared for quarantine-free travel to be paused or suspended in case of changes to the COVID-19 situation.


  • Travellers must meet the following conditions at least 14 days before arrival in Singapore to be considered “fully vaccinated”:
    • Received the full regimen of WHO EUL Vaccines and met the minimum dose interval period;
    • Travellers who contracted COVID-19 before being vaccinated must have received at least one dose of any WHO EUL Vaccines at least 28 days from the first positive COVID-19 diagnosis, and produce a proof of this diagnosis.
  • Fully vaccinated travellers do not require any entry approvals to enter Singapore.
    • Travellers no longer need to apply for a Vaccinated Travel Pass (VTP) or Air Travel Pass (ATP) for entry into Singapore.
    • Short term visitors holding passports or travel documents issued by visa-required regions must apply for an entry visa.
    • Travel insurance is no longer mandatory for fully vaccinated travellers.
  • Fully vaccinated travellers with 7-day travel history consisting of countries only in the General Category are no longer required to take a pre-departure test (PDT) for arrivals in Singapore from 26 April 2022.
    • PDT is not required for travellers arriving in Singapore via land, or travellers who tested positive for COVID-19 and recovered between 7 to 90 days before date of departure to Singapore.
  • Travellers regardless of vaccination status with 7-day travel history consisting of at least one Restricted Category country (currently none) will be subjected to the following border measures:
  • Unvaccinated children below the age of 12 travelling to Singapore must be accompanied by a fully vaccinated parent / guardian.

For more information:
• Checklist for Fully Vaccinated Travellers and children aged 12 and below → Learn more
• Checklist for Non-Fully Vaccinated Travellers aged 13 and above or certified medically ineligible for vaccination → Learn more
• Self-Help Checker for Recently Recovered Travellers to check for exemption from pre-departure testing → Learn more

  • Meet travel criteria → Find Out
  • Submit Singapore Arrival Card (SGAC) within 3 days before arrival in Singapore, information include:
    • Personal particulars
    • Health declaration
    • Proof of vaccination
  • Short term visitors holding passports or travel documents issued by visa-required regions must apply for an entry visa.
    • Travellers must use the TraceTogether app in Singapore to facilitate contact tracing.
  • As of 28 Mar 2022, only travellers who meet Vaccination-Differentiated Safe Measurement Measures (VDS) will be given access to hotel rooms (whether guests or visitors):
    • Fully vaccinated
    • Recovered from COVID-19 in Singapore
    • Children aged 12 years old and below, or
    • Certified medically ineligible

At the airport, travellers should be prepared to provide a health declaration and evidence of any pre-existing health conditions.

All travellers should comply with any prevailing public health and safe distancing measures, guidance, directives and arrangements in Singapore to reduce the risk of COVID-19 exposure and infection. Travellers are advised to pay attention to announcements by local authorities.

  • Singapore Health & Safety Measures → Find Out
  • TraceTogether App for Singapore visitors → Find Out


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All travellers should seek guidance from official government sites to confirm and be in the know of travel requirements and advice. Below are some sources and links to updates and more information:

  • Ministry of Health (MOH)
  • Notarise (Digital authentication and endorsement by MOH for Pre-Departure Test and Vaccination certificates)
  • Safe Travel Singapore
  • Self-Check Tool for Vaccinated-Recovered Traveller
  • Self-Help Tool for Safe Travel Lanes & Entry Requirements
  • Singapore Airlines COVID-19 Information Centre
  • Singapore Changi Airport
  • Singapore Tourism Board
  • Singapore COVID-19 Phase Advisory
  • Singapore Immigration & Checkpoints Authority (ICA)
  • TraceTogether


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