Singapore lifts all covid entry restrictions from February 13, 2023

Tourists also do not need to take out insurance to cover COVID-19 risks

Singapore lifts all covid entry restrictions from February 13, 2023

Singapore is no longer allowed to enter no special anti-covid conditions will need to be met. PCR tests and vaccination certificates have been cancelled. A message with such news was published on the website of the Ministry of Health of Singapore on February 9.

Singapore, one of the few countries in the world that still had covid requirements in 2023, is finally lifting all remaining entry restrictions. Tourists without a vaccine will not need a PCR test. And tourists with a vaccine will no longer need to prove the fact of vaccination. Entry becomes free for everyone.

From February 13, the city-state will not present any special rules for visiting foreign tourists. This was reported on the website of the Ministry of Health of Singapore.

The message clarifies that from February 13, tourists will also not be required to take out insurance to cover COVID-19 risks before traveling. Also, the mask regime will be canceled in the country.

“In view of the stable and improving global situation with COVID-19, the low number of imported cases of the virus by tourists, it was decided to abandon the restrictions. From February 13, 2023, all under-vaccinated travelers entering Singapore will no longer be required to present a negative PCR test. Tourists are no longer required to purchase COVID-19 travel insurance. Meanwhile, restrictions may be reintroduced if the epidemiological situation worsens,” the website says.

Tour operators say that Singapore has every chance to attract Russian tourists. Before the pandemic, Russians usually visited Singapore as part of combined tours. Combined Singapore with Indonesia and Malaysia.

“Demand for combined Singapore + Bali tours was so good that we booked large blocks of seats on Singapore Airlines. The places were loaded perfectly,” said the experts of the PAX tour operator.

Now PAX offers its tourists both separate tours to Singapore and combined tours with Indonesia and Malaysia. The last ones as part of the Qatar Airways block transportation to Bali.

You can now buy a week-long tour to Singapore in a 3 * hotel for 209.3 thousand rubles. for two. “There are still very few applications, but they are,” say PAKS.

Combined tour Kuala Lumpur (2 nights) + Bali (8 nights) + Singapore (2 nights) is worth PAKS has 292.8 thousand rubles. for two.

You can also buy a tour to Singapore from the tour operator China Travel. The tour operator estimates the combined tour of Bali (8 nights) + Singapore (2 nights) at 274.1 thousand rubles. for two. Tour separately to Singapore costs from 203 thousand rubles. for two for a week.


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