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WHEN CAN WE TRAVEL AGAIN?

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Last updated:
18 September 2020

The countries listed below will be reopening for leisure travel — meaning hotels and attractions are open for business. Some countries may quarantine tourists, depending on their COVID-19 travel regulations. As always, check MFA’s latest advisories before confirming your travel plans.

We hope this inspires you to start planning your next adventure. Meanwhile, stay safe and keep travelling virtually with us!

REOPENED TO SINGAPORE RESIDENTS w/o MANDATORY QUARANTINE

Serbia - Countries opening after COVID-19

 22 May

Travellers do not need to submit a negative PCR test before departure. However, masks must be worn in all public spaces.
(More details)

US Virgin Islands - Countries opening after COVID-19

Update: The US Virgin Islands will resume leisure travel on 19 Sep 2020. All travellers must now take a COVID-19 antigen test before travelling.

1 Jun

Travellers must go for health screenings upon arrival, and wear a mask at all times.
(More details)

Mexico - Countries opening after COVID-19

8 Jun

Travellers must go for health screenings upon arrival, such as temperature checks.
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Jamaica - Countries opening after COVID-19

15 Jun

Travellers must complete a travel authorisation application within a five-day period before departure.
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Turkey - Countries opening after COVID-19

18 Jun

Travellers must go through temperature checks and provide accommodation details upon arrival.
(More details)

Dominican Republic - Countries opening after COVID-19

Update: From 15 Sep, travellers do not need to show proof of a negative COVID-19 test to enter the country. 

1 Jul

Travellers must provide a negative COVID-19 PCR test, taken within five days of their flight.
(More details)

Portugal - Countries opening after COVID-19

1 Jul

Travellers must provide a negative COVID-19 test result taken within 72 hours before arrival, or be tested upon arrival.
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Bermuda - Countries opening after COVID-19

1 Jul

Travellers must complete a travel authorisation form and provide a negative COVID-19 PCR test, taken within seven days of their flight.
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Croatia - Countries opening after COVID-19

1 Jul

Travellers must present proof of paid or reserved accommodation, and a negative COVID-19 PCR test taken within 48 hours of arrival.
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Dubai - Countries Reopening After COVID-19

7 Jul

Travellers must show their PCR test result taken 96 hours before their arrival in Dubai, or take a test at the airport.
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French Polynesia - Countries opening after COVID-19

15 Jul

Travellers must complete a health registration form and provide a negative COVID-19 PCR test, taken within three days of their flight.
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Maldives - Countries opening after COVID-19

Update: From 10 Sep, all travellers must present a negative COVID-19 PCR test on arrival, taken 72 hours before departure.

15 Jul

Travellers must complete a traveller health declaration card before arrival.
(More details)

Turks and Caicos Islands - Countries opening after COVID-19

22 Jul

Travellers must complete a travel authorisation form and provide a negative COVID-19 PCR test, taken within five days of their flight.
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Kenya - Countries opening after COVID-19

1 Aug

Travellers must provide a negative COVID–19 PCR test, taken within four days of their flight.
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United Kingdom - Countries opening after COVID-19

19 Sep

Travellers must complete an online passenger locator form, and provide journey and contact information.
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REOPENED TO SINGAPORE RESIDENTS w POSSIBLE OR MANDATORY QUARANTINE

Antigua and Barbuda - Countries opening after COVID-19

4 Jun

Travellers arriving by air must provide a negative COVID-19 PCR test, taken within seven days of their flight.
(More details)

Saint Lucia - Countries opening after COVID-19

4 Jun

Travellers must have a reservation at a COVID-certified resort, and present a negative COVID-19 PCR test taken within seven days of arrival.
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Anguilla - Countries opening after COVID-19

21 Aug

Travellers must complete an online form, and present a negative COVID-19 PCR test taken three to five days before arrival. Quarantine may last for 10 days.
(More details)

PENDING REOPENING TO SINGAPOREANS

Belize - Countries opening after COVID-19

1 Oct (TBC)

Travellers must present a negative COVID-19 test taken within 72 hours of departure or be tested upon arrival.
(More details)

Hawaii US - Countries opening after COVID-19

1 Oct (TBC) 

Starting from 15 Oct, travellers who produce a negative COVID-19 NAA test will be exempt from a 14-day quarantine.
(More details)

Nepal - Countries opening after COVID-19

17 Oct (TBC)

Full details to be announced.

Greece - Countries opening after COVID-19

TBC

Travellers must complete a Passenger Locator Factor form, and will be subjected to random tests upon arrival.
(More details)

Iceland - Countries opening after COVID-19

TBC

Travellers can choose to undergo two COVID-19 tests and a shortened quarantine, or serve a 14-day quarantine upon arrival.
(More details)

Indonesia - Countries opening after COVID-19

TBC

Full details to be announced.

Malta - Countries opening after COVID-19

TBC

Travellers who are suspected of having COVID-19 will be requested to take a swab test.
(More details)

North Macedonia - Countries opening after COVID-19

TBC

Travellers do not need to submit a negative PCR test before departure.
(More details)

Seychelles - Countries opening after COVID-19

TBC

Travellers must take a COVID-19 PCR test within 72 hours of travel.
(More details)

Spain - Countries opening after COVID-19

TBC

Travellers must complete a health control form before travelling.
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Sri Lanka - Countries opening after COVID-19

TBC

Travellers must take a pre-departure COVID-19 PCR test. A second test will be conducted upon arrival.
(More details)

Thailand - Countries opening after COVID-19

TBC

Full details to be announced.

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