Kathmandu. Singapore has lifted travel bans on South Asian countries, including Nepal. With effect from midnight on October 26, tourists from Nepal, India, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh and Myanmar will be able to enter Singapore without quarantine.
Due to the second wave of COVID-19, Singapore had blocked entry from Nepal and other countries. Following this announcement, Nepali tourists will now be able to enter Singapore directly or through transit.
Stating that there has been a decline in covid infection in countries including Nepal, Singapore has stated that the journey has been opened. Even if you don’t have to stay in quarantine, you have to show the certificate of PCR negative.