Indonesia allowed entry for flying over, flying into or out of, and taking off or landing at an international airport only if the passengers or persons on board are one of the following categories:
Any foreign nationals who receive permission to travel into Indonesia must provide health certificate in English provided by local government’s health authority.
All foreigners must have stayed for 14 days in areas which not affected by COVID-19 outbreak before entering, evidenced by an immigration stamp or boarding pass
All foreigners must provide statement of willingness to enter quarantine for 14 days in facilities provided by Indonesian government
Any visitor who has travel history in the last 14 days to following country will be refused to enter Indonesia
You may refer to www.indonesia.travel/gb/en/news/additional-measures-of-the-indonesian-government-in-relation-to-covid-19-response for more information or updates.
Entry and transit restrictions for travel into Brunei apply to all travellers except for citizens and permanent residents of Brunei.
All visitors arriving into Brunei (with appropriate approvals and documentation from the Brunei government), will be required to undergo a 14-day self-isolation period immediately at appointed monitoring centres in accordance with the Infectious Diseases Act (204).
Any foreign nationals who receive permission to travel into Brunei will also be required to pay BND1,000 for a COVID-19 test and for their cost of accommodation in an appointed isolation centre.
You may refer to www.immigration.gov.bn for more information or any updates.
Entry and transit restrictions for travel into Cambodia apply to all travellers except for citizens, permanent residents of Cambodia as well as individual for diplomatic, official, and business missions from France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Iran and the United States of America effective as per 9 June 2020.
All visitors including Cambodian citizens, will be escorted to a designated centre for COVID-19 testing and may be required to wait up to 24 hours for their results before being allowed to enter the Kingdom.
If one or more travellers are tested positive COVID-19, other accompanying passengers will be subjected to a 14-day quarantine at a location designated by the Inter-Ministerial Committee to Combat COVID-19
In the event that all travelers are tested negative with the COVID-19, all travelers will be allowed to a 14-day self-isolation at their respective nominated accommodation under supervision of the local authorities and health officials. Passengers are then required to take COVID-19 test on the 13th day of self- isolation either at the Khmer-Soviet Friendship Hospital or at their designated provincial hospital.
All foreign nationals entering Cambodia are required to obtain a Health Certificate indicating negative COVID-19 status, issued by competent health authorities of their residing country no more than 72 (seventy-two) hours prior to their travel.
In addition, foreign nationals must provide documents as proof of Health Insurance with a minimum medical coverage of not less than US$50, 000 (fifty thousand US dollars) during their intended stay in Cambodia and must strictly comply with other additional measures as determined by the Government.
Requirements for Health Certificate and Health Insurance documents are waived for any officials of foreign missions and international organizations holding Cambodian diplomatic visa (Visa A) or official visa (Visa B).
Every Health Certificate and Health Insurance documents must be issued by credible institutions, agencies, or organizations that are contactable at any time.
You may refer to www.embassyofcambodiadc.org/embassy-updates1.html and https://www.mfaic.gov.kh/covid-19 for more information or updates.
The Department of Civil Aviation of Myanmar has extended the entry ban on all international flights also crossing land borders to the country until August 31. The period shall be reviewed or extended based on COVID-19 development in the country.
You may refer to https://tourism.gov.mm/covid-19/ for more information.
Entry and transit restrictions for travel into Philippine apply to all travellers except for citizens or foreigners with permanent or immigrant visa of Philippine effective as per 21 July 2020.
Other than mentioned above, foreign nationals entering Philippine other than land, air, and sea travel of uniformed personnel for official business, especially those transporting medical supplies, laboratory specimens, related to COVID-19, and other humanitarian assistance will be excluded and denied entry by immigration officers.
Singapore is allowing entry at its checkpoints to passengers who have obtained the Approval Letter for Entry (ALE) issued by the Immigration and Checkpoints Authority (ICA) of Singapore This approval letter grants single entry to:
They may serve 14-days stay home directive at a suitable accommodation such as a hotel, at their own cost. Additionally, passengers are also required to undergo a COVID-19 test at their own cost before the end of their SHN period.
Passengers must submit arrival information, including health declaration, using the SG Arrival Card e-Service (www.eservices.ica.gov.sg/sgarrivalcard), up to three (3) days before entry into Singapore. Passengers will be required to produce this letter to the immigration upon arrival in Singapore.
For more information, please refer to: www.moh.gov.sg/news-highlights/details/expansion-of-the-enhanced-stay-home-notice-requirements-to-all-countries and www.ica.gov.sg/covid-19
Thailand allowed entry for flying over, flying into or out of, and taking off or landing at an international airport in the Kingdom only if the passengers or persons on board are one of the following categories:
All foreign nationals are required to present health documents certifying that the passenger ‘poses no risk of being infected by the Coronavirus disease (COVID-19)’ issued no more than 72 hours prior to the date of travel.
In addition, all foreign nationals are required to present health insurance that shows minimum medical coverage of USD100,000 in Thailand and covers the COVID-19 disease
All passengers travelling to all destinations in Thailand are required to submit T8 form via AOT Airports Application using the QR code. More information is available on the Airports of Thailand official mobile application.
For more information, please refer to Civil Aviation Authority of Thailand (www.CAAT.or.th) and Ministry of public health (https://moph.go.th)
There is a temporary entry suspension to all foreigners including those who hold Vietnamese visa exemption certificates, as well Vietnamese residing overseas and their spouses and children. Only foreigners with diplomatic or official passports and entering for diplomatic or official purpose are allowed to enter the country subject to mandatory medical declaration and 14-day self-isolation.
For further details, please visit the Vietnamese government’s website http://mt.gov.vn/vn/tin-tuc/65531/thuc-hien-ket-luan-cua-thu-tuong-chinh-phu-tai-thong-bao-so-118-tb-vpcp-ngay-21-3-2020-cua-van-phong-chinh-phu-ve-phong-chong-dich-covid-19.aspx
The Lao government announced that all international travel and tourist visas were to be suspended until further notice, except to foreigners wishing to return home.
This restriction applies to the visa on arrival and eVisa for Laos. Foreigners already in possession of a visa may now use it to enter the country as of June 1 , but they will need to acquire a health certificate issued by a medical professional with the 72 hours prior to traveling to show that they are free of coronavirus and declare recent movements. They will be tested again when they arrive and must undergo quarantine for 14 days at a special center or a designated hotel, at their own expense.
In addition, visa exemptions have been temporarily revoked. Citizens from those countries who can normally travel to Laos without a visa should contact the Lao embassy or consulate for guidance.
For further details, please visit the Laos government’s website www.mofa.gov.la
As a requirement by the Government of Malaysia, all guests entering Malaysia (Malaysians or foreign nationals) are required to
Download and activate the MySejahtera mobile app prior to departure to Malaysia
Observe 14-day quarantine at government’s designated quarantine centres with the cost borne by the traveller upon arriving in Malaysia, effective 24 July 2020
For further details, please visit the Malaysian government’s website www.malaysia.gov.my/portal/subcategory/1540