Entry requirements and border controls are in place around the world. These are mandated by the respective governments as prerequisites to enter the country.
If you plan to travel soon, you can check the travel advisories for your destinations on this page. Information is sourced from the International Air Transport Association (IATA) or government-issued advisories.
As entry requirements may change at short notice, please check the latest travel advisory issued by the relevant local authorities before your trip. If the information differs from our travel advisory, do adhere to the official guidance from the authorities, as we may still be in the midst of updating our website with the latest regulatory changes.
If you have any connecting flights, check the transit requirement in your itinerary by entering your transit point(s) in the 'Transit requirements' section within the search results. If your transit and your destination have different requirements, please fulfill the stricter requirement.
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If you test positive for Covid-19 before travelling to Singapore
If you are fully vaccinated and test positive for Covid-19 before travelling to Singapore, follow the Covid-19 recovery protocols and laws that are in place in your country of departure, if any. You may travel again if you subsequently test negative at least 72 hrs after first testing positive, or if it has been at least 7 days if you continue to test positive. For frequently asked questions on Covid-19 entry requirements for Singapore, visit here.
For unvaccinated travellers who test positive for Covid-19 before their flight to Singapore, please adhere to the entry requirements here.