From 1 October 2019, visitors, including Singapore passport holders, must have a New Zealand Electronic Travel Authority (NZeTA) before travelling to or transiting in New Zealand. This is a new border security measure introduced by the New Zealand government. The NZeTA is not a visa and does not guarantee entry into New Zealand. On arrival in New Zealand, visitors must still meet all existing entry requirements, such as holding an onward travel ticket, being a bona fide visitor and being in good health. Visitors should request an NZeTA well in advance of their trip, as it can take up to 72 hours to process. The NZeTA costs NZ$9 through the mobile app (App Store for iOS, Google Play for Android) and NZ$12 through the website (https://nzeta.immigration.govt.nz/).