Home to the famous “Sleeping Beauty Castle”, Germany is dreamier than one might first expect – it even has a Fairy Tale Route that inspired several more Disney classics and a Romantic Road! Whether you’re a nature lover eager to embark on the Black Forest trails, a beer aficionado who has Oktoberfest on your bucket list (the next edition is Oktoberfest 2022 held from 17th September to 3rd October) or an automobile enthusiast itching to drive vintage models, pleasure is guaranteed on your bespoke holiday to Germany.

As you travel though Germany, the country’s rich culture and complex history, which includes pivotal events such as World War II and the Cold War, will leave you intrigued. Also vying for your attention are inspirational figures like Bach and Beethoven – this is, after all, the birthplace of the world-renowned composers!

Besides exploring the buzzing streets of cosmopolitan cities such as Berlin and Munich, you may also want to seek out quirky wonders such as an upside-down house and singing drain pipes during your bespoke holiday to Germany. Grab a sausage when you find yourself hankering for a bite; the locals’ love for wursts is so strong that the country now offers over a 1,000 different varieties.

NEW: Vaccinated Travel Lane – Singapore Germany Travel Bubble
From 8th September 2021, fully vaccinated travellers to and from Singapore can travel without having to undergo quarantine under the Vaccinated Travel Lane (VTL) initiative. Germany and Brunei are the first two VTL destinations. 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). At the time of the VTL rollout, unvaccinated 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.
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).
From 24th October, Singapore is classified by Germany as a high-risk area; a digital entry registration must be completed prior to arriving in Germany and proof of registration must be carried. In addition, unvaccinated children aged below 12 years are required to quarantine for 5 days, in line with the mandatory quarantine for all unvaccinated travellers.
For further information, please refer to the Immigration & Checkpoints Authority’s VTL guide and Germany’s Federal Foreign Office.
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