Travelling to Singapore


We’re excited to welcome you on your sunny adventure! From 29 August 2022, all travellers can enjoy quarantine-free travel to Singapore with simplified COVID-19 measures in place so that you can explore the island with a peace of mind. Visit here to find out how you can get to this island paradise!


Safe Management Measures


As the COVID-19 situation in Singapore has improved, the nation is able to take the next step towards living with COVID-19 by easing the community Safe Management Measures. 

Mask-Wearing
(From 29 August 2022)

Mask-wearing is optional, except when in healthcare facilities (E.g TCM, Specialist, GP, Dental Clinics, COVID-19 testing centres), and public transport.

Shoppers are encouraged to exercise responsibility and caution, such as wearing masks when in crowded places or feeling unwell.

Group Sizes

There will no longer be a group size limit.

Safe Distancing

Safe distancing will no longer be required between individuals or between groups.

Stepping down on the use of TraceTogether (TT) and SafeEntry (SE)

Check in using TT application or token is no longer required. However, Vaccination-Differentiated Safe Management Measures (VDS) is required at entry for

  • F&B establishments*
  • Events with > 500 participants
  • Nightlife establishments which involve dancing among patrons

*Random spot-checks will be conducted to ensure that only fully vaccinated persons are dining in at F&B establishments.

Find out more here.


Shop & Dine With Peace Of Mind At CapitaLand Malls


Get ready to explore the most awesome malls in Singapore with these useful COVID-19 safety travel tips and information. Let CapitaLand malls help keep you and your loved ones safe at all times to make your trip a memorable one!

Lift Car Disinfection with PhotoPlasma Technology

Frequent Disinfections and Hand Sanitizer at Main Touchpoints

Anti-Microbial Coating at
High Contact Areas


What To Do When You Feel Unwell?


Visit a Public Health Preparedness Clinic (PHPC) immediately.
You should commute to the clinic using private hire cars or taxis, but not public transport (buses or MRT).

Click here for the list of Public Health Preparedness Clinic.

Hotlines For Help

Ministry of Health (MOH) COVID-19 General Enquiries: 1800 333 9999

Immigration & Checkpoints Authority (ICA) Safe Travel Enquiries: 6812 5555

Police: 1800 255 0000 (non-emergency), 999 (emergency)

Ambulance: 1777 (non-emergency), 995 (emergency)


Quick Test Centre Locations


We welcome you to get tested conveniently at these quick test centres across CapitaLand malls islandwide by appointment basis only and strictly no walk ins! Book an appointment and find out more here.

Aperia

12 Kallang Avenue, Singapore 339511

Level 2 Drop Off Point (beside Retail Entrance)
10am - 12pm, 1pm - 5pm (Mon - Sun)

Bukit Panjang Plaza

1 Jelebu Road, Singapore 677743

Level 1 Outdoor (behind Wang Cafe)
10am - 12pm, 1pm - 5pm (Mon - Sun)


Antigen Rapid Test (ART) Self-test Kits

Antigen Rapid Test (ART) self-test kits are made available to be purchased over the counter for individuals who are worried that they may have COVID-19 and want to put their mind at ease.

ART screens for SARS-CoV-2, a virus that causes COVID-19. It is a quick screening tool to pick up any possible infection early. The test is easy to do and safe, taking only less than 20 minutes.

Where to buy:


Pre-departure COVID-19 PCR Test Locations



If you need a pre-departure COVID-19 test before flying out of Singapore, make an appointment at an approved clinic or testing centre in Singapore. Check with the clinics on the expected turnaround time for their test report and allocate sufficient lead time when scheduling an appointment. 

Locate the nearest approved clinic closest to our malls using the map below.

Approved Clinics and Testing Centres in Downtown Locations near CapitaLand Malls


 

Drs Singh & Partners, Raffles City Medical Centre

252 North Bridge Road, #02-16
Singapore 179103

Phone: 63388883

 

Osler Health International

328 North Bridge Road,  #02-27
Singapore 188719

Phone: 63322727

 

Raffles Medical (Raffles City)

252 North Bridge Road, #02-17
Singapore 179103

Phone: 63111160

 

Raffles Hospital

585 North Bridge Road
Singapore 188770

Phone: 63111160

Singapura Clinic

27 Bencoolen Street, #01-27
Singapore 189620

Phone: 63361181

 

The Clinic @ Campus

70 Stamford Road, #b1-21
Singapore 178901

Phone: 63339300

 

The Clinic @ One George Street

1 George Street, #05-05
Singapore 049145

Phone: 64385322

 

The Medical Clinic Pte Ltd

63 Chulia Street, #01-02
Singapore 049514

Phone: 65355151

For more locations, please visit here.


Frequently Asked Questions


 

  • What should I do if I feel unwell?
    • Visit the clinic nearest to you or a Public Health Preparedness Clinic (PHPC) immediately. You should commute to the clinic using private hire cars or taxis, but not public transport (buses or MRT).
  • Who can I call for help?
    • For COVID-19 related issues, you can call Ministry of Health COVID-19 General Enquiries Hotline at 1800 333 9999
    • For travel and border control enquiries, you can call ICA (Immigration & Checkpoints Authority) Safe Travel Enquiries Hotline at 6812 5555
    • Police Hotline: 1800 255 0000 (non-emergency), 999 (emergency)
    • Ambulance Hotline: 1777 (non-emergency), 995 (emergency)
  • Can I know what are Singapore’s existing government-imposed regulations?*

    Mask-Wearing (From 29 August 2022)
    Mask-wearing is optional, except when in healthcare facilities (E.g TCM, Specialist, GP, Dental Clinics, COVID-19 testing centres), and public transport.
    Shoppers are encouraged to exercise responsibility and caution, such as wearing masks when in crowded places or feeling unwell.

    Group Sizes
    There will no longer be a group size limit. 

    Safe Distancing
    Safe distancing will no longer be required between individuals or between groups.

    Stepping down on the use of TraceTogether (TT) and SafeEntry (SE)
    Check in using TT application or token is no longer required. However Vaccination-Differentiated Safe Management Measures (VDS) is required at entry for

    - F&B establishments
    - Events with > 500 participants
    - Nightlife establishments which involve dancing among patrons

    For the latest updates, please visit https://www.moh.gov.sg/news-highlights/details/emerging-safer-and-stronger-together

    *Information is correct as of 24 August 2022. Subject to updates.

  • Where is the closest clinic that I can take a Pre-Departure test?

    Please visit here for the list of Pre-Departure test providers.

  • Are there entry restrictions imposed at CapitaLand malls?

    Both fully vaccinated and non- vaccinated individuals are allowed to enter CapitaLand malls.
    However, Vaccination-Differentiated SMMs (VDS) is required at entry for:  

    • F&B establishments*
    • Events with >500 participants at any one time
    • Nightlife establishments where dancing among patrons is one of the intended activities.

    *All diners must be fully vaccinated to dine-in at Food and Beverages (F&B) establishments, including hawker centres and coffee shops. Random spot-checks will be conducted to ensure that only fully vaccinated persons are dining in at F&B establishments.

  • May I know what is the operating hours of CapitaLand malls?
    • 10am – 10pm for all malls except Clarke Quay.
    • Clarke Quay’s operating hours are from 12pm to late.
  • What are the safety measures that CapitaLand malls have implemented to safeguard the well-being of shoppers?

    As part of our efforts in stepping up precautionary measures to ensure your safety and well-being, we have rolled out a set of enhanced COVID-19 safety measures at our malls. Please refer to here for more details.

  • Where can I find more information on the COVID-19 situation and travel advisories?
    • You can find out more information from Health advisories and latest information on the local disease situation are available on the Singapore Ministry of Health (MOH) website at www.moh.gov.sg/covid-19. For queries, please call the MOH general enquiry hotline at 1800 333 9999.
    • Travellers should also check the current restrictions and conditions associated with travel to Singapore.

    For the latest global situation, you may wish to refer to information on the World Health Organisation website at www.who.int.


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