Singapore Tourism Board chief executive, Keith Tan, has offered a new update on how the destination is working towards welcoming international visitors.
Borders were closed to leisure guests earlier this year, and are only now slowly reopening.
In June, the city state launched what authorities branded a ‘reciprocal green lane’ with China in order to facilitate essential business travel between six Chinese provinces.
A similar system was also implemented with Malaysia in August.
Furthermore, from September 1st, visitors from Brunei and New Zealand are allowed to enter Singapore with just a post-arrival Covid-19 test; they will not need to serve any form of quarantine, except for a short period when they wait for their test results.
The country has also resumed transit travel via Changi Airport and national carrier, Singapore Airlines, has resumed flights to more cities, including London.
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