Like the delicate strokes of Claude Monet’s Impressionist paintings, the French art de vivre (art of living) is to be appreciated with a keen eye and without haste. Immerse in haute couture and cuisine at the world’s capital of fashion and romance, Paris; go skiing or hiking in the French Alps; lose yourself in the beauty of Provence’s quaint villages as immortalised in Van Gogh’s artworks; be enchanted by some of the world’s prettiest villages along the Alsace Wine Route; or escape to the fairytale castles of the Loire Valley and Brittany — there’s no limit to what you can enjoy on bespoke tours in France when you go carte blanche.
From living like royalty in a luxury chateaux to a pampering vinotheraphy treatment in Bordeaux to cycling tours led by a former Tour de France cycling champion, let Quotient take you to the less-explored regions of France with authentic curated experiences for a less typical holiday.
NEW: Vaccinated Travel Lane – Singapore France 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 submit to a testing regimen (see elaboration below). Unvaccinated children aged 11 years and below are permitted to travel accompanied by an adult who meets all the requirements under the VTL.
Inbound passengers to Singapore must take two COVID-19 tests (within 48 hours of departing for Singapore and on-arrival PCR in Singapore) and conduct daily self-administered antigen rapid tests (ART) for 7 days after arrival. The day 3 and day 7 tests have to be conducted under supervision at a Combined Test Centre (CTC) or a Quick Test Centre (QTC).
In light of emerging Omicron variant, as a precautionary measure, all travellers aged 12 years and above from non-EU countries must present a negative result for a COVID-19 test conducted within 72 hours (PCR) or 48 hours (ART) of travel to France. A sworn declaration (downloaded from the French Ministry of Interior) must also be submitted.
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