Travelling to Singapore
Please always refer to the official Singapore government website for the most up-to-date information.
- Apply for visa (if required).
- Submit SG Arrival Card up to three days before arrival.
Public Health Requirements:
- Ensure that you are fully vaccinated with WHO EUL COVID-19 vaccines, and can show proof of vaccination. Use the Vaccination Check Portal here.
- Purchase your own travel/medical insurance covering COVID-19, with at least $30,000 of medical coverage. More details here.
- In your home country, you may wish to purchase and bring your own self-test ART kits. List of ART kits authorized for use in Singapore. If you need to purchase the kits in Singapore, it is available in convenience stores, pharmacies and supermarkets.
With effect from 29 August 2022, mask-wearing is only required at all healthcare facilities, residential care homes, and medical and public transport.
- Mask-wearing is optional in other indoor and outdoor settings.
- Note that face coverings such as neck gaiters, bandannas, scarves or handkerchiefs are not considered as masks.
- In your home country, purchase and bring your own masks.
- If you need to buy more masks, it is easily and readily available at convenience stores, pharmacies and supermarkets.
Within NUS campus, there are also general safe management measures in place.
- It is mandatory to wear mask on NUS internal shuttle buses and healthcare facilities within NUS campus.
- Mask-wearing is not required during indoor lectures/talks, and outdoor settings.