Vaccinate Travel Lane Program
With the implementation of the VTL or Vaccinated Lane Program effective March 4, 2022, Singapore open it’s door to all vaccinated Filipino tourist.
Those who have completed the VTL program’s vaccination requirements can enter Singapore “quarantine-free.” Passengers must have received World Health Organization-approved covid19 vaccines (EUL).
- Negative COVID-19 Test Result.
- Travel Insurance with covid coverage.
- Booking in a VTL Flight
- Secure self-isolation accommodation
- Proof of Vaccination; COVID-19 vaccination certificate (VaxCertPH) issued by the Department of Health will be recognized.
Note: To obtain a Virtual Travel Pass, please go to the Singapore government’s website. A valid passport, proof of immunization, and an address in Singapore where you intend to stay are all required for a smooth application process.
Arriving in Singapore
- Arriving passengers in Singapore will have up to 24 hours from their entry to take a supervised self-swab (SSS) Antigen
- Rapid Test (ART) at one of the testing centers located across Singapore.
- The weblink to book a test will be provided in the Testing Notice issued to travelers on arrival in Singapore. Once negative results are available, they are free to go out.
Note: Travelers are required to remain in their lodgings until they have completed the supervised self-swab. Until they have tested negative on the supervised Antigen Rapid Test.
- They should use a private vehicle to get to and from the testing facilities. Travelers who feel unwell should seek medical attention to the clinic for medical advice.
Note: For more information visit Requirements and Process.
- The application is still subject to CAAS approval.
- Those airlines that offer VTL flights are permitted to enter Singapore, whereas those that do not may be denied entry.
- Secure self-isolation accommodation.
- Traveler must submit the Health Declaration before arriving in Singapore, otherwise they will be asked to it fill up on the spot and experience delays at the checkpoint.
- The Immigration & Checkpoints Authority (ICA) in Singapore has the power to deny entry to travelers who fail to present all required documentation.