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Updated 18 May 2022

From the towering skyline to the impeccably clean streets, The Lion City of Singapore is a modern oasis filled with trendy shopping centres, high-rise architectural marvels, sleek restaurants and people from all over the world. This highly globalised affluent city is pragmatic with its highly-spirited multicultural population and the year-round summer makes you fall in love with this city all over again. 

Here are the latest entry, testing and travel guidelines you should know while travelling from India to Singapore.  

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Singapore Airlines

Flight duration

Direct flights operated by Singapore Airlines will take around 5 hours and 30 minutes to reach Singapore from India.

Flight schedule and ticket price

Delhi to Singapore: Two direct flights on all days of the week. Ticket prices from INR 11,829
Mumbai to Singapore: Two direct flights on all days of the week. Ticket prices from INR 12,264
Chennai to Singapore: One direct flight on all days of the week. Ticket prices from INR 29,490

Air India

Flight duration

Direct flights operated by Air India are scheduled to take around 5 hours and 30 minutes to reach Singapore from India. Connecting flights may take 10 to 12 hours.

Flight schedule and ticket price

Delhi to Singapore: One direct flight six days a week. Ticket prices from INR 21,950
Mumbai to Singapore: One direct flight and two connecting flights all days of the week. Ticket prices from INR 15,508
Chennai to Singapore: One direct flight and two connecting flight on all days of the week. Ticket prices from INR14,978

Can I travel to Singapore from India?

Yes, travel has resumed for all vaccinated travellers and some unvaccinated travellers. 

Entry guidelines

As per Singapore’s Safe Travel website, the latest travel guidelines issued by the government according to the COVID-19 Vaccinated Travel Framework has stipulated different entry guidelines for fully vaccinated and non-vaccinated travellers.

Fully vaccinated travellers

To be considered to be fully vaccinated, travellers from India must:

  1. Be fully vaccinated with WHO EUL vaccines if born in or before 2009 (i.e. aged 13 and above by year of birth) – “Fully vaccinated” means at least one dose of Janssen/J&J, or at least 2 doses of AstraZeneca, Covaxin, Moderna/Spikevax, Covishield, Novavax, Pfizer/BioNTech/COMIRNATY, Sinovac or Sinopharm. Mixtures and boosters of these WHO EUL vaccines, and vaccination with recovery is also acceptable.
  2. Be vaccinated against Yellow Fever if you have visited Yellow Fever high risk countries/regions in Africa and Latin America -a valid Yellow Fever vaccination certificate is required.

Children born in or after 2010 (i.e. aged 12 and below by year of birth) can enter Singapore following rules mentioned for fully vaccinated travellers, regardless of COVID-19 vaccination status.

Entry requirements

All vaccinated travellers entering the country must:

  • Prepare Proof of Vaccination
  • Obtain additional entry documents (if required) such as visa
  • Passport with at leats 6 months validity
  • Complete your SG Arrival Card (SGAC) up to 3 days before your arrival in Singapore.

Testing and quarantine requirements

There are no quarantine or COVID-19 testing measures for fully vaccinated travellers and travellers aged 12 and below. However, you must comply with the latest public health measures. This includes the use of the TraceTogether mobile application for contact tracing and to show proof of vaccination in Vaccination-Differentiated settings (VDS).

Non vaccinated travellers

Travellers who do not meet the vaccination requirements above are considered non-fully vaccinated travellers and will be subject to entry approvals, tests and quarantine. This includes travellers who:

  1. Are born in or before 2009 (i.e. age 13 and above by year of birth)
  2. Are medically exempted from COVID-19 vaccination
  3. Took non-WHO EUL vaccines and/or did not complete the full dosage of WHO EUL COVID-19 vaccines
  4. Recovered from COVID-19 but did not complete the minimum dosage of WHO EUL COVID-19 vaccines

Generally, non-fully vaccinated long term pass holders and short-term visitors are not allowed to enter Singapore unless in exceptional circumstances.

Entry requirements

All unvaccinated travellers entering the country must have obtain entry approval. Entry approval is not required if you are a:
  1. Singapore Citizen or Permanent Resident
  2. Long-Term Pass holder, including In-Principle Approval holders, born between 2005 and 2010 (inclusive), and arriving before 1 July 2022 only. Entries from 1 Jul 2022 will require entry approvals.

In addition, travellers must:

  • Obtain additional entry documents (if required) such as visa
  • Have passport with at leats 6 months validity
  • Complete your SG Arrival Card (SGAC) up to 3 days before your arrival in Singapore.

Testing and quarantine requirements

A Pre-Departure Test is not required if you tested positive for COVID-19 between 14 to 90 days before your date of departure for Singapore. Use this tool to check if the pre-departure test can be waived, and the documentation required to prove your first infection or recovery.

Otherwise, take any of the following COVID-19 tests within 2 days before departure:

  1. COVID-19 Polymerase Chain Reaction test (PCR test) at an internationally accredited or recognised lab/clinic/medical facility – travellers should seek advice from the country’s/region’s Ministry of Health equivalent for the approved COVID-19 PCR test providers; OR
  2. Antigen Rapid Test (ART) that is:
    1. Administered by a trained professional; or
    2. [Singapore Citizens, PRs and Long-Term Pass Holders (including In-Principle Approval holders) only] Self-administered Antigen Rapid Test (ART) remotely supervised by an approved ART provider in Singapore.

Ask for a non-handwritten PDT report that is in English (or accompanied by a notarised English Translation) with the following details:

  1. Traveller’s name, and Date of Birth or Passport number (per the passport used to travel to Singapore); and
  2. Reflects the date and result of the COVID-19 test.

You will be placed on 7-day Stay Home Notice (SHN) upon arrival. During this period, you will remain in your declared SHN accommodation for the full 7 days.

Secure any of the following accommodation for at least 7 days for your SHN:

  1. Place of residence (excluding workers’ dormitories);
  2. Serviced apartment; or
  3. Hotel of choice from this non-exhaustive list.

Visa requirements

Since India does not have visa on arrival facilities in Singapore, Indian nationals will need an entry visa for travelling to Singapore. You can apply for your visa through an authorised visa agent at Annex A

To apply for an entry visa, you will need the following documents:

  • Duly completed Form 14A signed by you.
  • Valid passport with at least six months validity on the date of entry into Singapore
  • 2 passport-sized colour photographs taken within the last three months. Please see Photo Guidelines for information on photo requirements.

Additional supporting documents (e.g., Form V39A* (Letter of Introduction for Visa Application (LOI)) may be required on a case-by-case basis. 

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