Taiwan’s Bureau of Consular Affairs announced on 22 September that Singaporeans can now travel to Taiwan without a visa from 29 September onwards, for up to 30 days.
The latest update comes in the wake of Taiwan previously suspending Singapore from visa-free entry into their country earlier this month.
Taiwan’s latest announcement will see their borders fully reopened, and their mandatory Covid quarantine for overseas visitors will cease.
Travellers will have to monitor themselves for 7 days upon their arrival in the country.
But from now until then, travellers are required to undergo a compulsory hotel quarantine of 3 days when in the country, monitor themselves for 4 days and avoid crowded places.
Visitors from Singapore can stay for up to 30 days, while visitors from other countries such as Japan, South Korea, and Israel can stay in the country for up to 90 days.
Spokesperson for the Taiwan Cabinet Lo Ping-cheng, said that they will also increase the weekly arrival limits for international travellers from 50,000 to 60,000.
Lol also added that “everything is under control” in the country.