From 1 April 2022, entry into Singapore will be allowed for fully vaccinated travellers under the Vaccinated Travel Framework.

  • Stay-Home Notice (SHN) and on-arrival COVID-19 tests are not required for all fully vaccinated travellers, or children aged 12 and below.
  • There is no need to apply for entry approvals (including the Vaccinated Travel Pass (VTP)) or take designated flights.
  • There is no need for travel insurance for fully-vaccinated short-term visitors.
  • Please note that foreign passport holders who require a visa for entry into Singapore would still need to apply for a visa. For visa requirements and visa application for entry into Singapore, please refer to ICA page here:

More details on the General Travel Category Requirements for Fully Vaccinated Travellers and Non Fully Vaccinated Children, including eligibility criteria and requirements, can be found on Safetravel’s website here: 

Fully vaccinated travellers entering Singapore via air or sea checkpoints will no longer need to undergo Pre-Departure Testing. Non-fully vaccinated travellers seeking entry into Singapore should refer to Safetravel's website here for the pre-departure requirements.

Pre-Departure Covid-19 Tests in the ROK [Non-Fully Vaccinated Travelers]

Travellers born before 2020 (i.e. above 2 years old) are required to take any of the following Covid-19 tests within 2 days before departure for Singapore:

  • Covid-19 PCR Test
  • Antigen Rapid Test (ART) that is either
    i.  Professionally administered,
    ii. [For Eligible Travellers Only] Self-administered ART remotely supervised by an approved ART provider in Singapore.

For a list of PCR-testing facilities in the ROK, please refer to KDCA’s list here (in English):

Travellers wishing to take pre-departure ART tests may wish to consider the following:

  1. Incheon Airport Test Centres:
  2. H Plus Yangji Hospital:
  3. Hana ENT Hospital:
  4. Samsung Dream ENT Clinics (Jongro and Gangnam): (website in Korean only)
  5. Jongro Yonsei ENT Clinic: in Korean only)

A negative COVID-19 test result (whether PCR or ART) should be issued in English or accompanied by a notarised English translation, containing the COVID-19 test results, test date, traveller’s name, and traveller’s date of birth (or passport number) to be recognised as a valid Pre-Departure Test result for your entry to Singapore. We advise you to call ahead to check directly with the test center whether it is able to provide the documentation that fulfils these requirements.


We seek your kind understanding that the Singapore Embassy in Seoul is not in a position to make enquiries or appointments for PCR/ART COVID-19 tests on behalf of travellers.



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