The Vaccinated Travel Lane (VTL) between Malaysia and Singapore is a framework to facilitate two-way travel by individuals who have received a full regimen of a COVID-19 vaccine.
On January 21, 2022 the Ministry of Health Malaysia (MOH) announced the temporary suspension of VTL between Malaysia and Singapore will resume. The quota for bus and flight tickets will be reduced from the existing quota, which is a 50 percent reduction in bus and flight capacity. However, for passengers who have already purchased tickets for travel dates after January 20, 2022 before the announcement of the suspension of ticket sales is made, they are allowed to continue traveling using this initiative according to the quota that has been set previously.
WHO can travel under VTL?
All travelers must be fully vaccinated and have taken a COVID-19 test two days before departure.
However, a person who chooses not to travel under VTL will be subjected to the quarantine regulations of Malaysia at a particular time.
How to travel under VTL to Malaysia
- Download & register profile in MySejahtera App to get MySj ID
- Register at MySafeTravel portal: www.mysafetravel.gov.my
- Upload vaccine certificate onto the MySafeTravel portal. Make sure your vaccine certificate is in your MySejahtera 2 days after you uploaded it to the portal.
- Purchase travel insurance of RM100,000 minimum coverage for short-term visitors who are traveling by air and upload the insurance policy into the portal. This will be applicable to land travel in the subsequent phase among VTL travelers who are short-term visitors (including business and official travelers)
- Valid national passport or internationally recognized travel document which proves that the travelers have remained in Singapore for the last 14 consecutive days before departing for Malaysia.
- Has a valid visa to enter Malaysia (if required).
- If traveling by air, a return ticket for short-term visitors (except permanent Residents of Malaysia and holders of Long-Term Passes). A return ticket for land travel is not required.
- Take an RT-PCR test two days before departure for air travel or a professionally administered antigen rapid test (ART)/ RT-PCR test for land travel. Upload the test result the moment you receive it.
After arriving in Malaysia, VTL travelers are reminded of the need to implement
RTK-Ag test or rapid antigen test (self) on 2nd, 4th, and 6th day after arrival.
RTK-Ag test or rapid antigen test (professional) on the 3rd and 5th day after arrival.
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Read more about VTL to Malaysia at https://faq.mysafetravel.gov.my/