Fully vaccinated Brits will no longer need to take a PCR test on arrival in Singapore from midnight on 21 February.
Instead, they will need to take a supervised self-swab at a test centre within the first 24 hours of their visit.
All further tests, on days 2 and 7, will be dropped.
However, Brits can still only travel to Singapore on designated ‘Vaccinated Travel Lane’ flights and must obtain a Vaccinated Travel Pass.
Singapore said it will restore and progressively increase the quote of VTL flights.
A new VTL with Hong Kong and the previously deferred VTLs with Qatar, Saudi Arabia and the UAE are to be launched.
Singapore said it will launch VTLs with more destinations soon.
Michael Rodriguez, Area Director Northern & Southwestern Europe, Singapore Tourism Board said: “As travellers from the UK are now booking holidays again, we are pleased to share this latest update and hope this will encourage visitors to book their next holiday to Singapore where they can enjoy quarantine-free travel and reimagined experiences with safety in mind.”
More information on the Vaccinated Travel Lane and entry requirements can be found at www.safetravel.ica.gov.sg
Requests for a Vaccinated Travel Pass must be made between three and 60 days prior to entry via https://safetravel.ica.gov.sg/vtl/apply-now