Travel to Singapore

Travel & Leisure

  • Author Lim Zhi Min
  • Published November 26, 2020
  • Word count 530

Changi Airport

After months of travel ban due to the raging pandemic, the travel industry is starting to see some sign of recovery. Returning to pre-pandemic travel normalcy is not possible in the near future. However, some countries have shown great improvement in their control of infection cases and has consistently maintain low community spread. Thus, travel has become possible again.

Many such countries have started to create travel bubbles between themselves. Travellers around the world are anxiously trying to find out when and where they can travel oversea. One country that’s been on many travellers wishlist is Singapore.

The Golden Question : Can you travel to Singapore now? And who Can travel to Singapore now?

In Singapore, the COVID-19 is deemed under control. The community spread is now under control with an average daily of under 2. Many thanks to the government’s pro-active approach and early adoption of technology. It allows contact tracking and geo-fencing quarantine of infected person a much easier task.

Yes, Travelling to Singapore is now possible. Singapore is progressively opening up its borders by implementing international Safe Travel lanes to facilitate travel in and out of Singapore. There are currently only 2 types of arrangement, namely Reciprocal Green Lane (RGL) and Air Travel Pass (ATP).

What is Reciprocal Green Lane (RGL) Arrangement?

The Reciprocal Green lane (RGL) is a special travel arrangement that allows travellers from Brunei, Chongqing, Guangdong, Jiangsu, Shanghai, Tianjin, Zhejiang, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia and Korea to visit Singapore for short term business and official reasons.

What is Air Travel Pass (ATP) Arrangement?

The Air Travel Pass (ATP) allows foreigners who are short-term visitors to enter into Singapore for non-essential purpose. Visitors departing from the following countries/region are allow to apply for ATP:

• Australia

• Brunei Darussalam

• Mainland China

• New Zealand

• Vietnam

What must you do before travelling to Singapore?

Below is a brief summary what is required before departing for Singapore.

  1. Obtain Entry Approval

  2. Apply for Visa (if Applicable)

  3. Covid-19 PCR test before Departing for Singapore

  4. Submission of Health Declaration

  5. Book for a Covid-19 PCR test upon arrival in Singapore at own expense

Transportation from Airport to accommodation

Travellers will undergo COVID-19 PCR test at the airport upon arrival in Singapore. After the test, travellers must take private transportation to their declared accommodation.

Private Transportation Solution

At Prime Aces Limousine, the health and safety of our passengers remain our top priority. We have a dedicated team of professional drivers that has gone through special training to handle the safety of travellers.

The Reasons for Choosing Prime Aces Limousine

  1. All our drivers are required to put on face-masks when on-duty

  2. We offer all our traveller with an Care Kit that contains Disposal Masks, Hand Sanitizer and Alcohol Wet Wipes

  3. Hand sanitizer are available for use in all our vehicles

  4. Interior Surfaces with disinfectant wipes after every trip

  5. We monitor the health of our driver by requesting them to take their temperature on a daily basis.

With the above information about travelling to Singapore during this period of pandemic, we hope you have a smooth travelling experience to Singapore! If you are looking for an reliable and trustworthy service while in Singapore, look no further.

Prime Aces Limousine is a world-class provider of limousine services in Singapore. In our journey as a reliable Singapore limousine service provider, we have won the invaluable trust and support of our customers. This goodwill of our customers has helped us grow and expand our services at the global scale.

For more information about Travel to Singapore, visit us at : https://www.primeaceslimousine.sg/travel-to-singapore/

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