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Finland & Sweden VTL to Singapore — Hidden News You Need to Know

Finland and Sweden VTL to Singapore will start from 29th November 2021. The stage is ready for more quarantine-free travel to Singapore.

This adds the total number of Vaccinated Travel Lanes list to 16, at least as per today.

This news is undeniably well hidden under the euphoria of Malaysia VTL. However, a sharp eye will not miss this awesome news. Here is the article we refer to.

If you dream of catching Northern Lights in particular for this holiday season, fret not, your dream may come true!

Sweden and Finland are particularly popular for beautiful and spectacular landscapes to die for.

We would specifically recommend this destination, Abisko National Park in Sweden. You could surely be in awe with the nature.

Abisko National Park, Sweden Photo by David Becker on Unsplash
Abisko National Park, Sweden Photo by David Becker on Unsplash

As for the Finland counterparts, equally important that Finland is a great destination too!

We would definitely recommend Lapland for your Northern Lights hunt during COVID-19.

With the purpose in mind, Lapland basically shares land border with Sweden as well. Therefore, you do not need to worry for any cross-border travel out of Finland and Sweden VTL.

Lapland Finland Photo by David Becker on Unsplash
Lapland Finland Photo by David Becker on Unsplash

Relaxed Rule after Malaysia, Finland and Sweden VTL

You will not need to take PCR test for pre-departure for VTL anymore. Starting from Malaysia, Finland and Sweden VTL, you will only need ART (Antigen Rapid Test) as requirement.

This will surely bring down the overall cost of the travel. Cost is always the most important factor when deciding onto travels.

In particular, this relaxed VTL rule is very much welcomed.

The test must still be taken at an internationally accredited or recognised laboratory, clinic, or medical facility, with a result certificate in English.

*self-administered ART tests are surely not acceptable.


This is without a doubt a great news overall. With year-end holiday on the cards, many people will start considering the holiday options to be sure.

We hope for more relaxations in the future as Singapore widens Category 2 and Category 3 countries.

Follow our latest VTL news through our constantly updated article below.

Cover Photo by David Becker on Unsplash

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2 years ago

i see some vtl flights as hel fra sin, hel zrh sin
arn cph sin, arn lhr sin