Entry Requirements for Visitors from Mainland China as from 6 November 2020

05 Nov 2020 LegisWatch

As announced by the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore, from 6 November 2020, Singapore will lift border restrictions for visitors from Mainland China (save that visitors must still apply and obtain an Air Travel Pass (“ATP”)). Visitors refer to foreign travellers who are not Singapore Citizens, Singapore Permanent Residents or Singapore Long-Term Pass Holders.


Visitors travelling from Mainland China must first apply for an ATP for entry into Singapore on or after 6 November 2020. The ATP application is free and can be done online (at https://go.gov.sg/atpsg). Please note that the ATP application must be made between 7 and 30 calendar days prior to the intended date of entry into Singapore. Visa applications (where necessary) must still be made separately.


If you would like information or assistance on the above or any other area of law, you may wish to contact the Partner at WongPartnership whom you normally work with or any of the following Partners:


Jenny TSIN
Partner – Corporate Governance & Compliance
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e jenny.tsin@wongpartnership.com
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LIANG Weitan
Partner – China Practice
d +65 6416 2556
e weitan.liang@wongpartnership.com
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