Singapore lifts travel restriction for some Asian countries with conditions; What it means to travelers from India

Singapore one of the hottest travel destinations in Asia is not open frontiers for transit travelers from other Asian countries like India, Myanmar, Pakistan, Nepal, and Sri Lanka from October 26. 

Singapore lifts travel restriction for some Asian countries with conditions; What it means to travelers from India

Singapore one of the hottest travel destinations in Asia is not open frontiers for transit travelers from other Asian countries like India, Myanmar, Pakistan, Nepal, and Sri Lanka from October 26. 

Singapore one of the hottest travel destinations in Asia is not open frontiers for transit travelers from other Asian countries like India, Myanmar, Pakistan, Nepal, and Sri Lanka from October 26.  Meaning that people with 14-day travel history from these countries will be allowed to Singapore after going through its Category IV border measures.

Category IV is the strictest of all restrictions n Singapore that only citizens and permanent residents of Singapore and travelers under Death and Critical illness emergency Visits Lane can return to Singapore. Other travelers, including the ones to, were allowed to enter Singapore prior are not allowed in the state-city. Eligible travelers under this category need to take an RT-PCR test not more than 48 hours before arrival and submit a sample on arrival at the international airport and go through mandatory 10-day institutional quarantine.