Travelling to Singapore, Kuwait or Bahrain? Here are the Latest Travel Guidelines

As COVID appears to be taking a back seat, many countries are gradually and cautiously opening up. They are relaxing travel restrictions for the convenience of the travellers.

Here are the latest travel guidelines for Singapore, Kuwait and Bahrain. Notably, these three countries have an air-bubble agreement with India.

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Also Read: UK Removes Travel Restrictions for Vaccinated Travellers


Singapore has relaxed the travel measures for passengers travelling in the Vaccinated Travel Lane (VTL) flights from 21st February 2022.

These passengers will not be required to take a PCR test upon arrival at Changi Airport.

It will now be replaced by a supervised self-administered Antigen Rapid Test (ART) that must be completed within 24 hours of entry into the country. The Rapid Test can be taken at either a Quick Test Centre or a Combined Test Centre.

Assessed travel history has been reduced from 14 days to 7 days. 

Also, unsupervised self-administered ARTs will no longer be required on Days 2 to 7 of arrival. 

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As of 20th February 2022, all passengers arriving at Kuwait need to carry valid travel documents despite their vaccination status.

Fully vaccinated travellers are not required to take an RT-PCR test to travel to Kuwait, provided they are vaccinated by the vaccines approved by the country.

Partially vaccinated and unvaccinated travellers are required to carry an RT-PCR report. Also, they will have to stay in home quarantine for seven days after arrival.

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Passengers travelling to the Kingdom of Bahrain are no longer required to conduct RT-PCR tests either on departure or arrival. This relaxation is for both vaccinated and unvaccinated travellers. 

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Check out our COVID guidelines page to know the travel rules for various countries. 

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