Everything You Need To Know If You Are Travelling To Singapore Right Now

by Vaishalee Kalvankar
Everything You Need To Know If You Are Travelling To Singapore Right Now

The world is now open to travel after a hiatus of two years owing to the outbreak of the virus. Some countries have lifted all the restrictions while some have laid down a few conditions. Singapore has also reopened tourism but with certain conditions that have to be followed. If you are planning to travel to Singapore, this article is a must-read. 

Important Points To Remember While Travelling To Singapore Now

The Singapore Health Authority has announced that from July 01, 2022, all long-term pass holders aged 13-17 will have to have their vaccinations up-to-date. COVID-19 tests prior to departure will no longer be required for all vaccinated travellers and non-fully vaccinated children aged 12 and under. For travellers not fully vaccinated and older than 13 years, rules remain the same. Unvaccinated travellers must have pre-departure tests before leaving, and a seven-day quarantine at home upon arrival, followed by a PCR test at the end of the quarantine period.

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Places Open For Visit

Singapore has been the most searched destination to visit ever since the restrictions were lifted. Singapore’s Gardens by the Bay, the Jurong Bird Park, the ArtScience Museum Singapore, Singapore Cable Car rides, the Singapore Flyer, and the SEA Aquarium are some of the attractions you can explore. There are places and activities you can do safely and won’t need much close physical contact. The average cost of a hotel room in Singapore starts from 5k-33k. 

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