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Bistro Delifrance at Woodlands Square, Singapore is a restaurant that serves a wide selection of Western food that is Halal and sure to satisfy any Muslim diner. 

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Bistro Delifrance at Woodlands Square, Singapore is a restaurant that serves a wide selection of Western food that is Halal and sure to satisfy any Muslim diner. 

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Western

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$$$ out of $$$$

Opening Hours

9am to 10:30pm daily

Address

1 Woodlands Square #03-37/38 Causeway Point

Website

http://www.delifrance.com.sg

Phone

(+65) 6435 3544

Email

catering@delifrance.com.sg

  • Travel News Wrap: 14 September Week

    Cover Image Credit: Photo by chuttersnap on Unsplash This week has been filled with travel related news. Here's a summary for this week: SIA Flight to Nowhere Set to Launch in October 2020 Image Credit: Photo by Goh Rhy Yan on Unsplash Singapore Airlines (SIA) is planning to launch flights to nowhere this October. Jumping on the flycation trend, following the footsteps of similar flights from All Nippon Airways, EVA Air Air, and Qantas, albeit the later is flying over Antarctica. The decision to hold this three-hour flights to nowhere came after the news of Singapore Airlines Group cutting 4300 jobs due to the brunt of COVID-19. The flights are set for domestic passengers to take off from Changi Airport and land again at the same airport. SIA decided to launch this initiative after they found that 75% of 308 people surveyed were willing to pay for such flights. In addition to this, SIA is also exploring a partnership with the Singapore Tourism Board, Hotels, and other partners to value-add to this service. Objectively, SIA is hoping to pump the business back into the industries to mitigate the COVID-19 fallout. The decision to go through with this plan has made a lot of buzz on social media and environmental groups, with many expressing concerns about the environmental impact that the flights will have. The concern is justified though, as it has been proven to be a big contributor to the global carbon footprint. SIA does share its environmental efforts on their website, but currently, at the time of writing, there are no developments to their story or decision.   Mexico Reopening Tourist Site after 5 Months Image Credit: Photo by Jezael Melgoza on Unsplash COVID-19 has affected Mexico as badly as it has affected the rest of the world. The travel restrictions, closing of facilities in order to keep people safe, many have had their livelihoods affected by the pandemic. To help boost the country’s economy and help those affected by it, Mexico has decided to reopen the country’s archaeological site such as the pyramids of Teotihuacan, a UNESCO World Heritage site, a popular tourist spot. Not forgetting that COVID-19 is still a threat, the reopening does come with additional safety measures. The main archeological zone is limited to only 3,000 visitors per day, temperature checks and masks are required at the site as well. After 5 months of closure, the reopening was very well received by the general public.   Singapore - Hong Kong Green Lane Update Image Credit: Photo by Ryan McManimie on Unsplash Singapore and Hong Kong are starting to show interest in talks of gradual resumption of cross-border travel between the two. Citing strong business and social ties, the resumption will be beneficial for both.  Currently, Hong Kong is already in talks with Japan and Thailand, to set up for a similar arrangement. In addition to Japan and Thailand, Hong Kong has also expressed interest in a travel bubble with 11 countries, among them is Singapore.  Currently, Singapore has travel arrangements with China, Malaysia, Brunei, New Zealand, South Korea, and Japan Read more on the Reciprocal Green Lanes on our blog “Everything you need to know about Singapore's Green Lanes Travel Arrangement”.   Hawaii Tentative Reopening Image Credit: Photo by Luke McKeown on Unsplash Hawaii has been playing with the idea of opening its borders for a few months now. Recently, due to the change in leadership, it has been reported that Hawaii is set to begin a testing program to let incoming passengers avoid quarantine if they are tested no earlier than 72 hours before arriving to the island state. Travelers will have to also have an FDA-approved nucleic acid amplification test (NAAT) done and have to show proof of their negative COVID test from a CLIA certified laboratory. Currently, the pre-travel COVID-19 test is targeted that the new scheme will be in place by 15 October this year. Tourism is a big part of Hawaii’s economy but with the uncertainty of COVID-19, the number of cases can directly impact whether this tentative reopening will start according to the target date. For more information on this scheme, please check with Hawaiian authorities.   Singapore & Thailand Added to England and Scotland’s Quarantine-free list Image Credit: Photo by Heidi Fin on Unsplash Carrying on with the ‘Quarantine-Free’ travel theme, Singapore and Thailand have been added onto England and Scotland’s Quarantine-free list. Starting from 4 AM, 19 September 2020, travelers from Singapore and Thailand will not have to self-isolate or quarantine themselves upon arrival in England or Scotland. The prerequisite of this is that the traveler must not have been in or transited through any other non-exempt countries in the preceding 14 days. To learn more about this, please check with the travel advisories from the authorities of the respective countries.   P&O Cruises Cancel All Cruises until 2021 Image Credit: Photo by Belinda Fewings on Unsplash Cruise company P&O will be extending its suspension of all sailing until 2021. Earlier on, it was planned that they will be resuming it from mid-November, but with the evolving restrictions on travel from the UK, they have decided to extend the suspension. Guests who have booked on canceled cruises will be reached out by the company with refunds available. This comes in line with their parent company, Carnival Corporation’s announcement to sell off 12% of their fleet and after the news that P&O is planning to cut 450 jobs across the cruises to keep the company afloat.   Vietnam Resumes International Flights Image Credit: Photo by Tony Pham on Unsplash Vietnam is set to resume international commercial flights to multiple Asian destinations starting from Friday, 18 September 2020. This arrangement, however, is reserved for Vietnamese nationals, diplomats, experts, managers, skilled workers, investors, and their families. In general, this arrangement is reserved for business and official travel only and does not include tourists. The countries included in these flights are South Korea, Japan, China, Taiwan, Cambodia, and Laos. As with other flights during this time, travelers are required to have a negative COVID-19 test certificate and travelers will be tested upon arrival and kept in quarantine if required. Please check with the respective authorities for more details on the travel arrangement.   SIA Suspends Flights to Canberra & Wellington Image Credit: Photo by Shawn Ang on Unsplash Singapore Airlines announced that they will no longer be flying direct from Singapore to Canberra, as reported by ABC news. This was decided based on the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the aviation industry pushing them to make this decision along with the laying off of over 4,300 staff from their workforce.  Currently, Singapore Airlines will suspend services to Canberra, Dusseldorf, Stockholm, and Wellington from their network of flights.   U.S. Airlines Are Getting Rid of Change Fees Image Credit: Photo by Miguel Ángel Sanz on Unsplash A few weeks ago, it was reported that United Airlines has made the decision to get rid of their change fees. Now, other airlines in the United States are following suit. All of the airlines, except for JetBlue, have eliminated the change fees which has been a costly fee associated with domestic flights. This will affect the fees of not only domestic flights but will also affect some short-haul flights to the Caribbean, Mexico, and Canada for some airlines. There you have it, you are now caught up with the latest and most prominent travel news this week! Happy Weekend and Stay Safe!...

  • Travel News Wrap: 7 September Week

    Singapore and Japan will Launch the Green Lane starting from September 18 Image Credit: Photo by Marcus Ng on Unsplash Japan has joined the list of countries that will have a reciprocal green lane arrangement with Singapore. The reason for the implementation of this arrangement is to facilitate essential business and official travel between the two countries. This arrangement will be the first such framework that Japan will be implementing with another country. The arrangement will start on 18 September. Similar to the other ongoing green lane arrangement, the requirements, health protocols, and application process. Other than this, there is also an ongoing talk between Japan and Singapore about the implementation of a “Residence Track” where there will be a special quota of cross-border travel by business executive and business professionals “. Learn more about the reciprocal green lane here.   Phuket Reopening Delayed Image Credit: Photo by Frankie Spontelli on Unsplash The popular holiday destination, Phuket has delayed the reopening of their borders due to a virus case discovered recently. This infection was reported to be the first local infection in 100 days. Previously, Thailand planned to reopen the island of Phuket to foreign visitors in October but with the new case of the virus, it seems that the replanning is at hand. Currently, there is no information as to when the reopening will take place after this development....

  • 9 Best Halal Mooncakes You Can Find Around Singapore

    [Updated as of 15 September 2020] Mid-Autumn Festival is held on the 15th day of the 8th month of the lunar calendar, and this year, it will fall on the 1st of October. Mid-Autumn Festival is notable all around Asia. You must be familiar with people carrying around lit lanterns during the festival. And of course, when we heard about the Mid-Autumn Festival, we know it is the season for mooncake too! For those who are not familiar with mooncakes, it is a round pastry filled with either red bean or lotus paste. Traditional mooncakes may also contain salted eggs. Today, you may not only find traditional mooncakes but you can see various flavors available from different vendors such as chocolate, green tea, and even durian. Even though we are not celebrating the Mid-Autumn Festival, there is always no harm to learn about another culture. Most of the time, the best part is to try the food! Worrying that you couldn't try any mooncakes because they are not Halal? Fret not because some vendors offer certified Halal mooncakes and you can go all crazy with the variety of flavors. As the Mid-Autumn Festival is approaching very soon, we have you covered on the 8 best Halal mooncakes you can find around Singapore.   1. THREESACROWD Image Credit: THREESACROWD Cafe You might be familiar with this quaint cafe tucked in the heartlands of Tampines. Known for their Leegacy Ice Cream selections, delicious cakes and waffles, they are now adding Mooncakes on their list! Flavors include the favorites like Mao Shan Wang Durian Mooncakes to Mango Chocolat and Tropical Cheesecake, these offerings are definitely a different take on what Mooncakes traditionally taste like. The idea of ice cream filled snowskin mooncakes slowly melting in your mouth makes it more than worthy for you to give them a try! Pre-order ends on 25th September and the Collection period for these mooncakes are from 5th September to 4th October. Prices: Box of 2: Ice Cream Mooncakes from $36 Website   2. Bread Garden Image Credit: Bread Garden Bread Garden is a Halal-certified bakery with four branches available in Singapore. You may find snacks and desserts like buns, cookies, and cakes to name a few. Bread Garden caters to special occasions like birthday cakes or wedding cakes also not to forget festive desserts like pineapple tarts and mooncakes.Bread Garden offers both traditional baked skin and snow skin mooncakes. With various flavors available, I’m sure you will be spoilt for choices. One of the mooncakes lists that caught my eyes is the MSW Durian, a snow skin mooncake with creamy Mao Shan Wang (MSW) durian filling. It’ll definitely satisfy your sweet tooth. You may also find flavors like Royal Milk Tea, a flavor for all boba milk tea lovers, and Lychee Roselia. If you feel that the outlets are inconvenient for you, fret not because delivery is available for your online order. So, add all those mooncakes into your cart and check them out!Prices: Single baked skin mooncake starting from $9.50 | Single snow skin mooncake starting from $11 | Box set starting from $39 Website   3. Four Seasons Durian Image Credit: Four Seasons Durian If you are looking for all flavors durian, then you can never go wrong at Four Seasons Durian. At Four Seasons Durian, you can find every pastry infused with Durian, ranging from cakes to bread. Of course, their mooncakes are not being left out from Durian flavors.The mooncakes at Four Seasons Durian are only available in snow skin. Either you choose between the D24 Durian or the Mao Shan Wang / MSW Durian, I am sure you will enjoy the rich and creamy flavor of the mooncake. Unfortunately, they don't come in a single piece. But the best thing is that you can get it delivered upon placing an order online.Prices: Set starting from $60 Website   4. Eatzi Gourmet Bakery Image Credit: Eatzi Gourmet Bakery Eatzi Gourmet Bakery is another Halal certified bakery that made it to our list. It was used to be known as Jack's Cake House before obtaining Halal certificate. Eatzi Gourmet Bakery specialized in customized cake and dessert tables for all sorts of occasions.Eatzi Gourmet Bakery offers mooncakes of traditional baked skin. They have 3 varieties of white lotus paste fillings; Single yolk, double yolk, and macadamia nuts. You can never go wrong with the simplicity flavors offered. Similar to any other vendors up in this list, you can place the order online, and either opt for self-pickup or have it delivered to your place.Prices: Single pieces starting from $9.35 | Box set starting from $18.28 Website   5. Primadeli Image Credit: Primadeli Primadeli is a bakery that might not be foreign to any of us. With several outlets available all around the island, I am sure it is easy to spot one near you.Primadeli mooncakes are known for their contemporary flavors. They housed both traditional baked and snow skin mooncakes. Their snow skin mooncakes are very attractive and colorful, offering new flavors this year like Peach Cranberry and Apple Cheese. There is a minimum order requirement for their home delivery. So, if you happened to stumble upon a Primadeli branch, don't forget to get your mooncake craving fix!Prices: Box set starting from $51.80 Website   6. Swensen's Image Credit: Swensen's Did someone say ice cream mooncakes? Probably the odd one out of the list, Swensen's offered mochi snow skin mooncakes with a variety of ice cream fillings. With 7 different flavors made available, these ice cream mooncakes will transport you to a whole new world from your normal traditional mooncakes.Each box of ice cream mooncakes contains 4 flavors. You may choose to get the preset box set or customized your own flavors. One of its flavors, Kueh Salat is inspired by a Southeast Asia dessert of coconut and pandan flavors. You might want to give the grapefruit flavor a try for a different experience. You may opt for delivery or self-pickup at your desired store upon checking for its availability.Prices: Box set starting from $39.80 Website   7. Yu-Ai Confectionery Image Credit: Yu-Ai Confectionery  If you are not in the rush to get your mooncake craving fix, check out Yu-Ai Confectionery. It is one of the leading brands in Malaysia and is certified Halal by JAKIM. They are well known for mooncakes when the Mid-Autumn festival is approaching.Yu-Ai Confectionery mooncakes are known for some of its less sweet mooncakes. Their official website featured all sorts of mooncakes, but alas, we could only dream about trying their lava mooncakes and snow skin mooncakes (as products are not feasible for overseas delivery.) Even so, you can still try their traditional baked skin mooncakes and the available flavors are vast too! I'm sure you will enjoy their Less Sweet Pure Lotus or their Less Sugar Pandan Sugar mooncakes. As their official website doesn't cater to online ordering, you may head down to Shopee to order them through a seller. It will definitely worth the wait!Prices: Single piece starting from $9.27 Delivery rate around $1.70 Website | Shopee   8. Duria Image Credit: SAYS From its name, you must have figured that it is another Durian paste mooncakes and you are right! Duria is one of the leading manufacturers in producing Durian products. Having said so, you should definitely try their mooncake offerings.Nothing can beat the creamy and thick filling of the MSW Durian puree in a snow skin mooncake. You can either go for the authentic MSW Durian flavor or try their Pandan MSW flavor. Do take note that only certain products are certified Halal. Therefore, do check from time to time when you want to purchase them online. Here's one of the local Shopee sellers that you can get the mooncake from.Prices: Box set at $48 (Self-pickup) Website | Shopee   9. DIY Mooncake Kit Image Credit: Instagram If you want to try something new this year and something special, how about baking your own mooncake? It may sound troublesome but it is something fun to do with the families and kids at home amidst this pandemic time.Each Mooncake Kit comes with everything essential to bake a mooncake. It also comes with a handy instruction manual for you to follow through. Once you get the hang of it, who knows you might want to try some other flavors and experiment more to create the best flavors! If this is enticing for you, you may find Chang'e's DIY Mooncake kit on Instagram at @changemooncake.Prices: Kit set at $20.80 Instagram There you have it! 9 of the best Halal mooncakes that you can find around you. One of the best ways to enjoy mooncakes is with a cup of piping hot tea. But nothing can beat enjoying them with families and friends, spreading joy, and spending some quality time with them! *Disclaimer: Please check on the halal status of the food when buying through reseller apps such as Carousell and Shopee. Information was correct at the time of writing....

  • Best Aesthetic & Boutique Hotels for Your Staycation in Singapore

    It is the holidays again, with the travel restrictions remaining as they are, staycations are the next best thing! Fill your Instagram feed with these aesthetically pleasing hotels which are definitely Instagram-worthy. Here are some hotels that are so aesthetic and artsy that they will surely have you snapping away like an influencer.    The Barracks Hotel Image Source: Sentosa If you are planning to replicate the feeling of going overseas, this hotel might be the one you’re looking for. Tucked in a corner in Sentosa, the Barracks Hotel is technically overseas (Dad joke alert). Transport yourself back in time with the Barracks Hotel with its Colonial design and architecture thanks to the fact that it was once a British Artillery outpost. A classic design with modern comforts, this hotel truly screams luxury and class by bringing the best of both the old and the new.  Location: 2 Gunner Lane, Palawan Ridge, Sentosa Island, 099567 Website Mosque(s) Nearby: Masjid Temenggong Daeng Ibrahim. The closest mosque is on mainland Singapore but there are suraus in Sentosa itself. Halal Food Options Nearby: Halal food options are quite limited near the hotel but there are some Halal food options in Resorts World Sentosa and a Mcdonald’s on the island. However, Food deliveries such as Grabfood do deliver to Sentosa.   The Warehouse Hotel Image Credit: The Warehouse Hotel This entry to the list comes to no surprise to anyone. Situated along the Singapore river in a warehouse built in the 19th century, the Warehouse Hotel offers a unique setting that beautifully reflects the rich history and heritage of the area. Historically a spice warehouse, The Warehouse has been restored into a hotel that blends contemporary and industrial design that will surely be a unique experience for your Singapoliday. Location: 320 Havelock Road, Robertson Quay, 169628 Website Mosque(s) Nearby: Masjid Omar Kampong Melaka Halal Food Options Nearby: Check out the different Halal Eateries Nearby here!   The Sultan Image Source: Booking.com Tucked away in the fancy neighborhood of Kampong Glam, The Sultan is a boutique hotel that is definitely not limited in terms of the availability of Halal food nearby. There are a number of great eateries nearby serving a wide range of food. Check out the list of cafes and eateries in and around Haji Lane here! Location: 101 Jalan Sultan, #01-01, 199002 Website Mosque(s) Nearby: Masjid Sultan Halal Food Options Nearby: Check out the different Halal Eateries Nearby here!   The Great Madras Image Credit: The Great Madras Located in the quaint alleys of Little India, The Great Madras is really a Hotel that stands out especially if you are into the retro-looking vibes of the hotel. From the facade to the rooms to the pool, the whole hotel just oozes the retro 70s vibe. Another big plus that this hotel has is the rich flavourful choices of halal eateries nearby. Don’t worry, if you don’t want to leave the hotel, Halal food is also served by the hotel themselves. Location: 28 Madras Street, 208422 Website Mosque(s) Nearby: Abdul Gafoor Mosque Halal Food Options Nearby: Check out the different Halal Eateries Nearby here!   The Outpost Hotel Image Source: TripAdvisor Perched on the highest point in Sentosa, The Outpost Hotel brings the experience of an island-getaway to another level. With stunning sea-views paired with the peace and quiet of the area that it’s in, The Outpost Hotel is one of the best ways to escape the buzz of our city lives without leaving the comforts of modern-day amenities. If enjoying the view from the room is not enough, visit their main attraction, the rooftop pool. Take in the beautiful views of Sentosa and the other islands nearby, a great place to destress and unwind. The interior is adorned with a clean and contemporary design, a contrast to the look and feel of Sentosa island. Location: 10 Artillery Avenue #03-01 Palawan Ridge, Singapore 099951 Website Mosque(s) Nearby: Masjid Temenggong Daeng Ibrahim. Similar to the Barracks Hotel, the closest mosque is on mainland Singapore but there are suraus in Sentosa itself. Halal Food Options Nearby: Halal food options are quite limited near the hotel but there are some Halal food options in Resorts World Sentosa and a Mcdonald’s on the island. However, Food deliveries such as Grabfood do deliver to Sentosa.   The Scarlet Singapore Image Source: The Scarlet Singapore Located in Chinatown, The Scarlet Singapore is classy on the outside and lavish in the inside, the Scarlet Singapore has to be one of the oldest hotels in this list. Housed in one of the oldest conservation buildings in Singapore, The Scarlet Singapore pampers its guests with modern-day comforts fit for royalty. Especially if you go for one of the seven themed suites that they offer, there’s even one with an outdoor jacuzzi. With a good blend of heritage and style, it comes to no surprise that The Scarlet Singapore has numerous awards and accolades to their name. Location: 33 Erskine Road, Singapore 069333 Website Mosque(s) Nearby: Masjid Jamae Chulia, Masjid Abrar Halal Food Options Nearby: Check out the different Halal Eateries Nearby here!   Hotel Mono Image Source: Hotel Mono Staying with the theme of Shophouses in Chinatown, Hotel Mono is a minimalist’s dream. Lending its name from the term “Monochromic”, the hotel has a strong amount of neutral colors paired with clean lines prominent in all their rooms, makes it really pleasing on the eyes. Location: 18 Mosque St, Singapore 059498 Website Nearby Mosques: Masjid Jamae Chulia, Masjid Abrar Halal Food Options Nearby: Check out the different Halal Eateries Nearby here!   Lloyd’s Inn Image Credit: Lloyd's Inn Clean lines and monochromatic design flows over to this listing. Lloyd's Inn brings out the best in urban living with its concept, enabling you to escape right in the heart of the busy city. With a great offering of amenities such as a Roof Terrace, Garden Deck, and Dipping pool, Lloyd's Inn looks to be interesting to stay for your next staycation. Location: 2 Lloyd Road, 239091 Website Mosque(s) Nearby: Masjid Al-Falah, Masjid Bencoolen Halal Food Options Nearby: Check out the different Halal Eateries Nearby here!   Hotel Soloha Image Credit: Hotel Soloha Quoted as following the concept of an Urban Chic Jungle, Hotel Soloha is a clear contrast to the previous listing, This is the hotel to go to if you are a fan of colorful displays and art. Decked with beautiful artwork and wide pop art murals by local artists, the hotel will definitely have you snapping away when you are there. Another major plus with the rooms in Hotel Soloha is that the rooms are equipped with digital conveniences such as Spotify and Netflix access and smart room controls. Location: 12 Teck Lim Road, 088387 Website Mosque(s) Nearby: Masjid Jamae Chulia, Masjid Abrar Halal Food Options Nearby: Check out the different Halal Eateries Nearby here!   If you’re looking for other hotels and attractions to visit on your Singapoliday Staycation, check out our blog on the ongoing SingapoRediscovers campaign by the Singapore Tourism Board here! So there you have it boutique and aesthetic hotels that are definitely photogenic and pleasing to the eyes. Tell us what are your favorite aesthetic or boutique hotels in the comments below!...

  • Travel News Wrap: 31 August Week

    This week has been filled with updates on travel restrictions and green lane arrangements between countries. Here are the highlights for this week’s Travel News Wrap: Canada Extends Travel Restrictions till 30 September Image Credit: Photo by Alex Shutin on Unsplash Canada has extended the emergency orders that place restrictions on international travel and a mandatory 14-day quarantine for travelers entering the country during the pandemic. The arrangement has been set to be extended for at least one more month until further notice by the Canadian Government.  The restrictions prohibit all non-essential travel to Canada from all countries except for the United States. There some exemptions however to immediate family members of Canadian citizens and permanent residents if they enter the country by air. This is on a case-to-case basis. This travel restriction is separate from the Canada-US land border restriction which will remain closed until 21 September, for non-essential travel.   United Airline drops Change Fees Image Source: Photo by Tim Gouw on Unsplash Good news for those living in the United States as with immediate effect, United Airlines is permanently eliminating change fees on all Economy and Premium cabin tickets for domestic flights in the United States of America.   Malaysia Extends MCO and Updated Travel Ban on Foreign Tourists Image Source: Photo by Paweł Szymankiewicz on Unsplash Malaysia has extended its Recovery Movement Control Order (RMCO) to the end of the year, 31 December 2020. When it started earlier this year, it was set to be lifted on 31 August 2020 but with the current pandemic situation, Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin and the local government decided to extend the order to curb the spread of Covid-19. This announcement came in tandem with the ban on foreign travelers into Malaysia to prevent imported cases into the country. The countries under the ban are countries with 150,000 or more recorded cases of Covid-19 cases. The countries are the US, Britain, Brazil, France, Spain, France, Spain, Italy, Saudi Arabia, Russia, and Bangladesh.   South Korea and Singapore to Launch Fast Lane Image Source: Photo by Ping Onganankun on Unsplash Similar to last week’s news, Singapore has been busy with setting up bilateral travel arrangements with other countries. This time, South Korea (ROK) and Singapore are set to launch a fast lane arrangement for essential business and official travel. The fast lane will open today (4 September). This arrangement was set up in hopes to restore connectivity and economic recovery while taking necessary health safeguards. Under this arrangement, travelers will have to abide by health measures in both countries. With Covid-19 testing pre-departure and post-arrival while also required to adhere to a controlled itinerary for 14 days in the receiving country.  To learn more about the measures, protocols, and requirements, please check with the respective government agencies.  To read more about similar travel arrangements, check out our past blog on reciprocal green lane travel here.   Singapore and Brunei to open Green Lane Travel Image Source: Photo by Edho Pratama on Unsplash Following the Green Lane travel news, Brunei has also joined the list of countries to set up a green lane travel arrangement with Singapore. Applications for Singapore-Brunei travel opened on 1 September. This announcement means that travelers from both countries will enjoy the same convenience in both countries as it was announced last week where travelers from Brunei are considered under the reciprocal green lanes in Singapore. Similar to the measures in Singapore, travelers are required to produce approved Entry Travel Pass, negative Covid-19 results from a test taken within 72 hours before departure amongst other requirements. To learn more about the measures and requirements, please check with the respective government agencies.  To read more about similar travel arrangements, check out our past blog on reciprocal green lane travel here....



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