Singapore has reopened Terminals 1 and 3 after more than 100 days of closing. Many shops are thrilled to receive customers in their stores again. The re-opening of Terminals 1 and 3 also corresponds to Singapore’s plans to gradually open its borders, as, from 8 September 2021 onwards, a travel lane for vaccinated travelers from Brunei and Germany will be open.
Here is what you can expect if you intend to visit during the September Holidays:
- More than 80% of its stores have already resumed operations
- Not allowed to visit the arrival hall & meeting zone to avoid direct contact with passengers
- Increased safety measures and segregations in place – Airport has disinfected all shops and dine-in places and workers will be regularly tested for COVID-19.
- Staff dining areas will be separated from the public to minimize exchanges
If you are preparing to travel to Germany, you can check out the Euro rate of money changers selling around Singapore here.
Remember, the best rate is not always the best value to purchase because you might spend more by getting to the money changer shop. You also can monitor the Euro currency trend chart here. Money changers in Airport might offer good rates compared to neighborhood money changers.
We hope this is helpful.
As always, for money changer and remittance rates visit
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