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Pre-Departure Test for all Singaporean Citizens and Singapore Permanent Residents within 72 hours before Departure for Singapore (Latest as of 30 MAY 2021)

As of 30 may 2021, All Singapore Citizens and Singapore Permanent residents (SPRs) boarding a ferry to Singapore will need to present a valid negative COVID-19 Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) test taken within 72 hours before departure before they are allowed to board. SPRs who arrive in Singapore without a valid, negative PDT result may be denied entry into Singapore, and may have their Entry/Re-Entry Permit cancelled.

Singapore Citizens and Singapore Permanent residents who face difficulties with taking a pre-departure COVID-19 PCR test prior to departure for Singapore can contact the relevant authorities via the Safe Travel Enquiry Form or contact our Safe Travel Enquiries Helpline at 6812 5555 for assistance.

For most updated information, please visit the official site:

With the latest MOH press release on the border control measures on the 22nd March 2020, Majestic Fast Ferry Pte Ltd will implement trip reductions to align with the authorities. Below is our schedule, effective 23th March 2020 (subjected to changes)

List of Countries/ Regions and Border Control Measures (Information extracted directly from

Travel History in the last 14-days in Countries/Regions For Singapore Residents and Long-Term Pass Holders For Short-Term Visitors
Hubei province (mainland China) 14-day quarantine Not allowed entry or transit
All other countries/regions 14-day SHN

From 23 March 2020, 2359 hours, all short-term visitors (from anywhere in the world) will not be allowed to enter or transit through Singapore. Furthermore, the Ministry of Manpower will only allow the entry/ return of work pass holders [1], including their dependents, for those providing essential services, such as in healthcare and transport.

[1]Currently, all work pass holders and their dependents planning to enter/return to Singapore from any country are required to obtain MOM’s approval before they can commence their journey.

For more information on the latest update on COVID-19 in Singapore, you may visit