To ensure absolute safety at the beginning of the journey to Singapore, all aircraft of the national airline “Singapore Airlines” have installed HEPA filters to eliminate 99.9% of bacteria in the air, ensuring clean airflow. taken into the compartment every 2-3 minutes.


cleaning robot in Changi Airport

In addition, between flights, Singapore Airlines staff will clean surfaces such as windows, dining tables, chairs … with an electrostatic machine containing disinfectant solution.

After boarding the plane, visitors will be given a travel kit with a handy mini-size antiseptic product. All of them aim for a safe flight for all passengers arriving in Singapore.


handy mini-size antiseptic kit


In addition, Singapore also applies sensor technology in the kiosks, allowing passengers to simply put their fingers near the screen to check-in or pick up luggage. Instead of traditional fingerprint scanning, this country has upgraded its biometric system, which uses facial recognition and iris to compare passengers with travel documents.



It is expected that in the future, visitors to Singapore will have to sign in to SafeEntry – which helps track access history by scanning QR codes at attractions, shopping malls – and Trace Together tracing devices (no delete the app 14 days after leaving Singapore).


scanning QR code at malls & public areas




At the same time, in order to raise public hygiene standards, the Singapore Government launched the SG Clean project – standards on sanitation, disinfection methods as well as Safety Management Measures (SMMs) – and developed a Hybrid form – online mix to create new experiences in fun venues.


Marina Bay Sand studio with 3D stage

All of these efforts are within the framework of the Singapore Tourism Board’s Singapore Reimagine project to promote and create innovation in the tourism industry. In addition, Singapore also promotes green areas and looks forward to natural experiences at Jewel Changi Airport, Gardens by the Bay, Jurong, Mandai Precinct in the future.