Entry Requirements to Enter Singapore
B) Required documents (please note www.ica.gov.sg/visitor/visitor_entryvisa and ensure the following are included in your application) Travellers born on or before 31 December 2009 (i.e. aged 13 years and older by year of birth) may enter Singapore as usual without testing or quarantine, only if they have taken the WHO-EUL minimum vaccine listed below at least two weeks prior to arrival in Singapore. and can provide proof of vaccination: Travelers wishing to enter Singapore must comply with the public health and entry requirements listed below to ensure smooth travel. Please note that this page contains all COVID-19 related requirements previously hosted on the ICA`s SafeTravel website. Find the latest travel requirements for arrival, transit, or departure U.S. Citizen Services Appointments and Visa Services Appointments remain limited to meeting social distancing requirements. Please visit sg.usembassy.gov/services/ for more information on available U.S. citizen services. Please visit sg.usembassy.gov/visas for more information on available immigrant and non-immigrant visas. * Children under the age of 12 who are fully vaccinated and not fully vaccinated by year of birth are allowed to enter Singapore To deal with the COVID-19 situation, many countries have imposed entry restrictions and border closures. When planning your itineraries, please consult the International Air Transport Association (IATA) Travel Centre website.
As the measures imposed may result in flight cancellations and a reduction in flight frequency, you should check with your airline or travel agent before leaving for the airport to see if your flight itineraries are still in service. A negative COVID-19 PCR or ART test result taken within two days of departure for Singapore is required for entry for most air travelers from most countries, including the United States. Requirements for pre-departure testing and test results certificates are listed here with an explanation of the “two days before departure” schedule. Passengers must also pass a PCR test at the airport upon arrival in Singapore. Testing and quarantine regulations may change in the short term. Please check the official resources of the Government of Singapore before travelling. If you can meet the COVID-19 requirements mentioned above, you can move on to the general entry requirements. If not, you must meet the additional COVID-19 requirements listed below. Singapore has confirmed cases of COVID-19 within its borders.
The Singapore government has entered a “transition period” of its reopening plan from November 22, 2021. Safe distancing measures and regulations remain in place and are strictly enforced. Details on the status of the phased reopening plan can be found in updates and communications from the Ministry of Health here: www.moh.gov.sg/covid-19. On December 2, 2021, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) amended its October 25, 2021 order regarding pre-departure COVID-19 testing. All passengers who are at least two (2) years old and 6 years old or later. December 2021 to the United States from another country must provide a negative COVID-19 test result taken no later than one (1) day prior to travel or provide proof that they have recovered from COVID-19 within the last 90 days. before boarding their flight. Passengers must also confirm in the form of a certificate that the information they provide is true. The full list of requirements and exceptions can be found in the language of the order. We welcome all fully vaccinated* visitors to Singapore. No entry permit, pre-departure test, arrival test and quarantine required. To enter Singapore, travelers must meet the following immigration requirements: Singaporean authorities may conduct drug tests and unannounced searches, including upon entry into the country, on foreign citizens suspected of using or possessing illegal drugs.
The police may ask you to give a urine or blood sample on short notice. A positive result or reluctance to participate may result in denial of entry to Singapore, detention and/or confiscation of your passport during an examination. The Singaporean authorities can arrest and convict any permanent resident of Singapore, even if they have used illegal drugs outside Singapore. All foreign visitors must ensure that they meet or have the entry requirements of the Immigration Authority and Singapore Checkpoints (ICA). Please click here for requirements. Please consult the Immigration & Checkpoints Authority (ICA) website for more information on applicable entry requirements.