Singapore relaxes travel entry restrictions

Written by on 24th June 2020
Category: Business Travel

SilverDoor welcomes the news this week that some entry restrictions for Singapore have been relaxed.

Those arriving into Singapore from one of ten specified locations will no longer have to serve their 14 day Stay Home Notice (SHN) at an approved SHN Dedicated Facility.

Singapore’s Changi Airport has released detailed information regarding COVID-19 safety for travellers

While you still must remain in your place of residence for 14 days on arrival in Singapore and undergo a COVID-19 test, if you are a resident in one of the following locations, or you are not but have been in that location for 14 days prior to your arrival in Singapore, you can now serve your SHN at a residence of your choice:

Australia, Brunei Darussalam, Hong Kong, Japan, Macao, Mainland China, New Zealand, Republic of Korea, Taiwan and Vietnam.

Singapore airport planes
Singapore Airlines has noted that although inevitable delays will affect those resuming air travel, the new health and safety procedures in place will keep passengers safe

Our team in Singapore has been working continuously since the beginning of the coronavirus outbreak and if you meet the following new requirements, we have a wide range of serviced apartments and residences in Singapore that are open, welcoming any guest serving SHN and that have put in place measures to enable as safe and comfortable quarantine experience as possible.

Information correct as of 24th June; border measures and restrictions will evolve as the global situation changes, so check the Ministry of Health website for updates.

Other useful sources of information on travelling to Singapore can be found here:

Singapore Government border control measures:

Ministry of Health Singapore guidance:

UK Government Singapore travel advice:

For more Singapore accommodation advice, read about our recommended serviced apartments in Singapore, or view our Singapore area guide.