From June 1st 2022, the Green Pass (or equivalent vaccination certification) is no longer required to entry or return to Italy.
- for EU citizens and citizens of countries that have signed the Schengen Agreement, a valid identity card is sufficient as an alternative to a passport;
- Citizens from non-EU countries may enter Italy with a passport valid for at least three months after the planned date of departure from the Schengen Area.
Depending on your country of origin, you may require a visa to enter Italy. Please consult our Visa section.
Travel insurance is always recommended: this ensures that you are financially covered in the event of delays or flight cancellations, and you won’t be caught out in the event you experience health problems.
For more information: Discover Italy: Official Tourism Website – Italia.it
There are no longer any COVID-19 measures for travellers arriving in Singapore from 13 Feb 2023, regardless of vaccination status or traveller profile.”Short-term visitors” are allowed to stay up to a maximum of 90 days.
Please, note that:
- All travellers must fill in “SG Arrival Card” health declaration form within 72 hours prior to arrival by using the following link: https://eservices.ica.gov.sg/sgarrivalcard/; Only Singapore Citizens, Permanent Residents and Long-Term Pass Holders entering via land checkpoints do not need to fill in the SGAC;
- for new long-term visa holders (“Permanent Resident”, “Long-Term visit pass”, “Employment Pass” etc..) Covid-19 vaccination is required.
For more information, visit the website of Singapore Immigration and Checkpoints Authority (ICA).
Have minimum 6-months passport validity if you are not a Singapore passport holder.
Italian citizens do not require entry visa for tourism or business for stays less than 90 days.
To reside, work and study in Singapore, please visit Singapore Immigration and Checkpoints Authority (ICA).
The local health care system does not provide any form of protection; coverage of first aid services is also excluded.
It is highly recommended to have an insurance policy before departure that provides coverage for medical expenses and possible medical air repatriation (or transfer to another country) of the patient.
For more information, including relevant local regulations visit: ViaggiareSicuri
3. BRUNEI DARUSSALAM
No more requirements (vaccine, arrival declaration form, post-arrival COVID-19 test for the unvaccinated, health insurance with Covid-19 coverage) are required for entry and exit from Brunei.
However, travel restrictions, with little or no advance notice, cannot be ruled out.
It is, therefore, always advisable to consult the website of the Brunei Prime Minister’s Office before traveling.
Passport is required, with residual validity of at least 6 months. In any case, it is advisable to inquire in advance from the country’s Embassy or Consulate if present in Italy or from your Travel Agent.
Entry visa is not required for stays not exceeding 30 days.
It is recommended to take out an insurance policy prior to departure that provides coverage for medical expenses and possible medical air repatriation (or transfer to another country) of the patient.
For more information, including relevant local regulations, please visit: ViaggiareSicuri