Starting 16 December under the Vaccinated Travel Lane (VTL), fully
vaccinated travellers will be able to travel between the Maldives and
Singapore. Travellers are required to take Covid-19 tests instead of
serving quarantine or stay-home notice.
For fully-vaccinated Singapore travellers, this means quarantine-free
travel to Maldives and also quarantine-free return to Singapore. Entry
into Maldives requires a negative Covid-19 PCR test result, taken within
96 hours before departure.
are also required to submit an online Health Declaration Form through
the IMUGA (Maldives immigration) portal 24 hours prior to departure.
Additionally, they are encouraged to install the Contact Tracing app
The VTL scheme requires travellers to fly with a designated airline.
From 16 December, Singapore Airlines (SQ437) will operate thrice-weekly
(Wednesday, Thursday, Sunday) as the designated VTL flight between Male
The Maldives is listed under Category 2 of the Singapore Ministry of
Health’s COVID-19 risk classification, which means the island country is
seeing lower or similar numbers of Covid-19 cases as Singapore.