With Copenhagen among the most celebrated food capitals in the world, it is little surprise that a bespoke holiday to Denmark almost always involves hearty feasting. For premier fine dining, secure an experience at top restaurants such as Noma
. Or, for something more casual, nibble tasty under-the-radar bites on a walking food tour led by local gourmet gurus.Design also takes centre stage in Denmark. From its architecture, which ranges from its grand classical palaces to the picturesque canals to the one-of-a-kind Lego House, to everyday furniture, the impressive creations will spark your imagination.
Once the home of Vikings, the Scandinavian country also has its fair share of folklore; visit one of the experiential attractions that will offer you a taste of the Viking way of life or search for the six forgotten giants hidden in the wild – sure to up the adventure in your bespoke holiday to Denmark! Definitely don’t shy away from exploring the locale on a bicycle; it’s a Danish way of life.
NEW: Vaccinated Travel Lane – Singapore Denmark Travel Bubble
From 19th October 2021, fully vaccinated travellers to and from Singapore can travel without having to undergo quarantine under the Vaccinated Travel Lane (VTL) initiative. Among the VTL conditions, travellers must have been vaccinated for at least two weeks, travel on a designated VTL flight to enter Singapore, have remained in a VTL destination or Singapore for 14 consecutive days, and take two Covid-19 PCR tests (within 48 hours of departing for Singapore and on arrival in Singapore). Vaccinated children aged 12 years and below (based on calendar year) are permitted to travel accompanied by an adult who meets all the requirements under the VTL.
From 10th November, 4pm local time, the Danish Government designated Singapore as a “high risk country”. All travellers, vaccinated or unvaccinated, must do a PCR test upon entry and quarantine for 10 days, with the option of leaving isolation on day 4 via a negative PCR test. However, travellers with the EU Digital COVID Certificate (EUDCC) are exempt from testing and isolation. As a Quotient traveller, you have been/are recommended to apply for the EUDCC and hence are not affected by the development; this has been clarified with the Danish Embassy in Singapore.
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