Travellers do not need specific approval to leave Singapore. All travellers should check with the authorities of the destination country region on the requirements imposed on travellers departing from Singapore, including whether a pre-departure test and digital health and vaccine certificates are required.
Information last reviewed: 1 April 2022
Travelling to Thailand
|Eligibility||Click here to learn more about your eligibility to travel to Thailand.|
Please click here for more information about what to prepare before travelling to Thailand and documents required when you check-in for your flight at Changi Airport.
Travellers are advised to arrive early at the airport as there may be a longer check-in or waiting time due to Covid-19 regulations.
Travellers who do not meet any of the requirements may be refused boarding by the airline. Do check with your airline on the documentation required for boarding.
|Arriving in Thailand||
Please check with the following airports or local governments on on-arrival procedures, immigration guidelines and other safe travel measures:
|During your stay in Thailand||
On day 5-6 of your trip, take an unsupervised self-swab Antigen Rapid Test (ART) or more commonly known as ATK in Thailand, and report the test result as instructed by the Ministry of Public Health.
Travellers must adhere to the prevailing public health regulations and Safe Management Measures (SMMs) when in Thailand.
As a general guideline, one should:
Please click on the following for more information about prevailing SMMs in Thailand:
|Covid-19 Testing Centres||Please click here for the list of Covid-19 test centres in Thailand.|
|Returning to Singapore||Please refer to the Travelling to Singapore page for more information.|
Thailand Embassy in Singapore
Singapore Embassy in Thailand
Find all the trip planning a hassle?
Travel agencies in Singapore now offers all-in guided tours or Free and Easy packages to Thailand so that you can travel with a peace of mind.