That holiday to Hongkong could be on the horizon for us in Singapore, with the Singapore and Hongkong air travel bubble (ATB) set to take off on Nov 22. Travellers in both places will be able to travel between the cities, with no restrictions on purpose of travel or the need for a controlled itinerary. Plus, there is no need to quarantine or serve a stay-home notice.
Here’s the thing, though. Folks who are planning to travel under the ATB should know that it’s no longer just a matter of booking a flight and a hotel and jetting off for that long-awaited vacay. Nope, there are Covid-19 tests to take (three in total), a limited number of flights you can book, and a heap of other factors to take into account.
Scroll on for a guide on what you need to do in order to travel between Singapore and Hongkong when the air travel bubble begins on Nov 22.