Measures for Singapore-Malaysia travel include minimum 7-day stay-home notice, COVID-19 test  CNAView Full coverage on Google News
SINGAPORE: Malaysia citizens and permanent residents with Singapore work passes who are eligible to enter Singapore under the Periodic Commuting ...SINGAPORE: Malaysia citizens and permanent residents with Singapore work passes who are eligible to enter Singapore under the Periodic Commuting ...

Measures for Singapore-Malaysia travel include minimum 7-day stay-home notice, COVID-19 test - CNA

Those entering either country for shorter-term visits of up to 14 days must adhere to a controlled itinerary for the duration of their stay, among other measures.. Read more at straitstimes.com.Singapore News -Those entering either country for shorter-term visits of up to 14 days must adhere to a controlled itinerary for the duration of their stay, among other measures.. Read more at

Measures for cross-border travel between Singapore and Malaysia include minimum 7-day stay-home notice , Singapore News & Top Stories - The Straits Times

SINGAPORE: Malaysia and Singapore today published the requirements, health protocols, and application process relating to the Reciprocal Green Lane (R...SINGAPORE: Malaysia and Singapore today published the requirements, health protocols, and application process relating to the Reciprocal Green Lane (R...

Malaysia and Singapore publish procedures relating to RGL and PCA schemes

SINGAPORE, Aug 1 — Some five weeks after the leaders of Singapore and Malaysia agreed to set up special travel arrangements between both countries, the authorities here have announced details of the health requirements and application process. Strict precautionary measures will be put in place...SINGAPORE, Aug 1 — Some five weeks after the leaders of Singapore and Malaysia agreed to set up special travel arrangements between both countries, the authorities here have announced details of the health requirements and application process. Strict precautionary measures will be put in place...

Singapore govt unveils details of cross-border travel with Malaysia; maximum 14-day stay for essential business travellers | Singapore | Malay Mail

Starting from Aug 17, Singapore and Malaysia residents will be allowed to travel between the two countries for business under the Reciprocal Green Lane (RGL) and Periodic Commuting Arrangement (PCA) schemes. Read more at The Business Times.Starting from Aug 17, Singapore and Malaysia residents will be allowed to travel between the two countries for business under the Reciprocal Green Lane (RGL) and Periodic Commuting Arrangement (PCA)

Singapore-Malaysia 'green lane' travel to commence on Aug 17, Government & Economy - THE BUSINESS TIMES

SINGAPORE — Some five weeks after the leaders of Singapore and Malaysia agreed to set up special travel arrangements between both countries, the authorities here have announced details of the health requirements and application process. Strict precautionary measures will be put in place before, during and after the visits, according to details put up on the Singapore Government’s SafeTravel website on Saturday (Aug 1).SINGAPORE — Some five weeks after the leaders of Singapore and Malaysia agreed to set up special travel arrangements between both countries, the authorities here have announced details of the health requirements and application process. Strict precautionary measures will be put in place before, during and after the visits, according to details put up on the Singapore Government’s SafeTravel website on Saturday (Aug 1).

Govt unveils details of cross-border travel with Malaysia; maximum 14-day stay for essential business travellers