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Singapore-Indonesia Vaccinated Travel Lane Starts 29th November

Singapore’s Health Ministry has announced that its Vaccinated Travel Lane (VTL) scheme will be extended to more countries, including Indonesia.


VTLs to Indonesia, as well as India, are planned to launch on 29th November. Furthermore, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, and the UAE will be on the list from 6th December 2021. Singapore’s Transport Minister S Iswaran explained that the upcoming Vaccinated Travel Lane (VTL) with Indonesia will be a unilateral one.

Singapore’s Transport Minister S Iswaran explained that the upcoming VTL with Indonesia will be a unilateral one. “Indonesia remains closed to general travel but has started to open its borders. Since 14th October, Indonesia has unilaterally reopened its borders to allow visitors from 19 countries. We hope that Indonesia will likewise soon reopen its borders to travelers from Singapore,” he expressed.


Iswaran added that two daily designated air transport services between Singapore and Jakarta will initially be introduced, then continue to increase to four over time. Travelers from Indonesia, as well as India, can start applying for short-term visits and long-term passes on 22nd November.

Fully vaccinated Singapore citizens and permanent residents returning to Singapore are excluded, given that they travel through the VTL. According to the country’s Health Ministry’s latest release, “Travellers intending to travel from Singapore to these countries or regions are advised to check the prevailing entry requirements of the destination.”

Stay tuned for updates from our official website to get the latest news during the pandemic period in Indonesia. We are always ready to provide you with the latest information or regulations that you might need to know about. Please don’t hesitate to send your question to our email info@indo-ned.com.

Source: indonesiaexpat.id

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