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Penang – Singapore VTL Travel : What You Need To Know!

The Penang – Singapore Vaccinated Travel Lane (VTL) programme kicks off on 16 March 2022!

Here is what you need to know…

 

Penang – Singapore VTL Travel Starts On 16 March 2022!

On 4 March 2022, the governments of Singapore and Malaysia announced that the Vaccinated Travel Lane (VTL) programme would expand to include Penang.

From Wednesday, 16 March 2022 onwards, fully-vaccinated travellers in both countries will be able to fly between Penang and Singapore on approved airlines, without undergoing any mandatory quarantine.

Initially, there will be four flights per day, shared equally amongst the participating airlines.

The Penang-Singapore route will be the second VTL programme to be approved in Malaysia. The KL-Singapore route, which was approved in November 2021, brought in 82,906 passengers from Singapore as of 28 February 2022.

The government of Malaysia also announced that VTL flights to and from Bangkok and Phuket in Thailand, as well as Phnom Penh in Cambodia will begin “very soon”.

 

VTL Travel Requirements : Singapore to Penang

Here are the current Singapore to Penang VTL travel requirements, which are similar to that of the Singapore-KL route.

Pre-Departure

Check-In

On Arrival

Stay In Malaysia

 

VTL Travel Requirements : Penang to Singapore

Here are the current Penang to Singapore VTL travel requirements, which are similar to that of the KL-Singapore route.

Pre-Departure

Applying To Travel Under VTL

Essential Documents

Documents Singapore Citizens &
Permanent Residents
Long-Term
Pass Holders
Short-Term
Visitors
Accepted Proof of Vaccination
Negative Pre-Departure
COVID-19 Test
Valid Vaccinated Travel Pass
(VTP)
X
COVID-19 Insurance Policy X X
Valid Visa (If Required) X X

On-Arrival ART Test

 

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