Why You Should Join Super Travels Non-Quarantine Destinations
- 안녕하세요 (annyeonghaseyo)
- 你好 (nǐ hǎo)
- こんにちは (konnichiwa)
Do you recall those languages?
With the vaccinated travel lanes, it won't be long before you will start to speak these greetings again!
Vaccinated Travel Lane Destinations
Explore the scenic Romantic Road to the south, or head north to see the historic and cultural cities of Germany.
Take up a new adventure to Korea in an all new program featuring landscapes, markets, live shows and fun activities!
Vaccinated Travel Lane (VTL)
Rules and Regulations
The Non-Quarantine Destinations List is set of countries or territories that travellers from Singapore can go to and fro without the need for quarantine for COVID-19. There are two modes initiated by the Singapore Government that allow a destination to be included into the list. Destinations labelled as Category I destinations will not require flying on a specific flight. Vaccinated Travel Lanes (VTLs) are flights designed by airlines to ensure flights can be conducted safely and hence remove the need for quarantine (or also known as Stay-Home Notice).
Travel with Super once again as we bring you to embark on a new journey so you can walk around amidst the living history and geography around the world once more to see your favourite landmarks, taste wonderful local cuisines, or even to see brand new places in our newly redesigned programs!
Singapore recently announced a quarantine-free travel programme called Vaccinated Travel Lanes (VTL). This is only applicable for fully vaccinated people with proof of vaccination or a test certification done.
PCR : maximum 72 hours before entry.
As of date, Singapore has established VTLs with two jurisdictions, Germany and Brunei Darussalam. As Singapore is not considered as a high-risk area or area of variants of concern, there is no need for registration or quarantine upon arrival. The quarantine (Stay Home Notice) will be replaced with PCR testing before and after travel.
You may also need to take note of the vaccines recognised. You are only considered vaccinated if you have one of the World Health Organisation Emergency Use Listing vaccines, with the final dose completed at least 14 days prior to the date of travel. Do not rely on your TraceTogether app to get you through the border control. Print your vaccine certificate or save a PDF copy from the National Immunisation Registry or HealthHub App.
Your COVID-19 vaccine certificate should include the following details:
- Particulars of the person vaccinated
- Date & number of vaccinations
- Name of vaccine used
- Seal of authentication
During your flight check-in, you’ll need to have these ready:
- Negative PCR test result OR
- Vaccine certificate
You are required to take a PCR test in the country you’re visiting before flying back to Singapore and another one upon arrival.