Indonesia has now allowed vaccinated travelers to enter the country. Quarantine is no longer required for those who are fully vaccinated.
The reopening of the land border between Singapore and Malaysia hopes to free up supply chain blockages between the two countries.
Singapore will significantly ease cross-border travel restrictions from April 1, 2022, an important step to reclaiming its status as a business hub in Asia.
As of May 17, visitors from both countries can cross the border for compassionate reasons, such as visiting family members that are critically ill.
Singapore has established a one-way travel corridor with Taiwan under the Air Travel Pass scheme (in effect since December 18, 2020).
From November 22, 2020, the Singapore-Hong Kong travel bubble will come into effect, allowing short-term visitors to travel between both countries.
Singapore began allowing short-term visitors from mainland China on November 6, 2020, through its Air Travel Pass (ATP) program.
Singapore and Japan established a travel corridor on September 18 to facilitate essential business and official travel between the two countries.
On September 1, 2020, Singapore and Brunei established a green lane for short-term business and official trips between the two countries.
Indonesia and the UAE have established a travel corridor to facilitate official and diplomatic trips between the two countries.