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Singapore and Thailand share close historical ties dating back to the 13th century when Singapore and Siam were important nodes for international trade. His Majesty King Chulalongkorn made his first overseas visit as King to Singapore in 1871, and His Majesty had wisely said: “As Thailand and Singapore are neighbours, it would be advantageous if our countries are friends with each other.” Royal v

Singapore and Thailand share close historical ties dating back to the 13th century when Singapore and Siam were important nodes for international trade. His Majesty King Chulalongkorn made his first overseas visit as King to Singapore in 1871, and His Majesty had wisely said: “As Thailand and Singapore are neighbours, it would be advantageous if our countries are friends with each other.” Royal v

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Minister of State for Trade and Industry Mr Alvin Tan was the guest speaker at the Singapore Thai Chamber of Commerce หอ...
26/09/2021

Minister of State for Trade and Industry Mr Alvin Tan was the guest speaker at the Singapore Thai Chamber of Commerce หอการค้าสิงคโปร์ - ไทย webinar on “Staying connected with Singapore during COVID”. MOS Tan spoke about Singapore’s economic priorities and on how businesses can leverage on the growth opportunities in sustainability and the green economy. He also talked about the Covid-19 situation in Singapore, our reopening plans, and how businesses can adapt to the new normal. The event was a platform for the Singapore business community in Thailand to connect, give feedback, and gain insight into some of the latest policies back home.

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The Mid-Autumn Festival is a traditional Chinese festival celebrated by many across the world, including in Singapore! M...
21/09/2021

The Mid-Autumn Festival is a traditional Chinese festival celebrated by many across the world, including in Singapore! Marking the end of the autumn harvest, the Mid-Autumn Festival is a time of thanksgiving, and also coincides with the time of the year that the moon is at its brightest. 🌕

In Singapore, families who observe the festival celebrate by eating mooncakes, and going lantern walking with brightly coloured lanterns. 🥮🥮🥮

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The Mid-Autumn Festival is a traditional Chinese festival celebrated by many across the world, including in Singapore! Marking the end of the autumn harvest, the Mid-Autumn Festival is a time of thanksgiving, and also coincides with the time of the year that the moon is at its brightest. 🌕

In Singapore, families who observe the festival celebrate by eating mooncakes, and going lantern walking with brightly coloured lanterns. 🥮🥮🥮

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A beautiful sunset in the Marina Bay area featuring the Singapore Flyer.  PC Michal B #Singapore #Thailand #sgembassybkk
15/09/2021

A beautiful sunset in the Marina Bay area featuring the Singapore Flyer.



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A beautiful sunset in the Marina Bay area featuring the Singapore Flyer.



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The Singapore Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Ministry of Health have announced that Overseas Singaporeans (OS) are now ...
11/09/2021
COVID-19 Vaccination Channels for Overseas Singaporeans

The Singapore Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Ministry of Health have announced that Overseas Singaporeans (OS) are now able to receive vaccination in Singapore through the following two channels:

a. Receive the first dose upon arrival in Singapore without serving full SHN, then return to their resident country on the next available flight. Individuals can complete their vaccination regimen by repeating this process for their second dose; or

b. Receive the first dose upon arrival in Singapore, complete full SHN at a dedicated facility, and receive the second dose after the required dosing interval before returning to their resident country.

OS interested in making use of either channels should register via https://go.gov.sg/vaccinationchannels. Prior to travelling to Singapore, OS should also obtain the relevant re-entry approvals and return flight tickets to ensure they can return to their resident countries after their vaccination.

For more details, please refer to the MFA/MOH press release at https://www.mfa.gov.sg/Newsroom/Press-Statements-Transcripts-and-Photos/2021/09/20210911-COVID-19-Vaccination-Channels-for-Overseas-Singaporeans

Singapore has diplomatic ties with over 150 countries. Read more about the relationships and highlights between Singapore and other countries here.

In the past, traders used wooden bumboats to transport goods along the Singapore river. Now, you can hop on one of these...
10/09/2021

In the past, traders used wooden bumboats to transport goods along the Singapore river. Now, you can hop on one of these bumboats and explore Singapore’s heritage districts of Clark Quay and Boat Quay.



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In the past, traders used wooden bumboats to transport goods along the Singapore river. Now, you can hop on one of these bumboats and explore Singapore’s heritage districts of Clark Quay and Boat Quay.



PC Siti Rahmanah Mat Daud



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From 9 September 2021 2359hours (Singapore time), all travellers (including Singapore Citizens and Permanent Residents) ...
05/09/2021
MOH | News Highlights

From 9 September 2021 2359hours (Singapore time), all travellers (including Singapore Citizens and Permanent Residents) entering or transiting through Singapore from most countries/regions will be required to produce a negative pre-departure COVID-19 PCR test result taken within 48 hours before departure to Singapore, instead of within 72 hours. This will apply to all travellers from Thailand to Singapore. Please refer to the Singapore Ministry of Health’s press release dated 5 September 2021 for details (https://www.moh.gov.sg/news-highlights/details/updates-on-border-measures-for-travellers).

For a list of some accredited medical laboratories/hospitals where travellers may get their COVID-19 PCR tests done in Thailand, please visit https://service.dmsc.moph.go.th/labscovid19/indexen.php.

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The Thai authorities have announced an easing of COVID-19 restrictions. These include the resumption of dining-in at F&B...
31/08/2021

The Thai authorities have announced an easing of COVID-19 restrictions. These include the resumption of dining-in at F&B outlets with limited capacity and reopening of some shops in shopping malls.

A summary of the revised measures are listed in our infographic along with the full list of provinces and their zoning areas.

They will take effect from Wednesday, 1 September 2021 and are subject to review.

Stay safe everyone!

Source: Centre for COVID-19 Situation Administration

An installation at Singapore’s Gardens by the Bay entitled “Dale Chihuly: Glass in Bloom”. The exhibition features glass...
29/08/2021

An installation at Singapore’s Gardens by the Bay entitled “Dale Chihuly: Glass in Bloom”. The exhibition features glass masterpieces by renowned American artist Dale Chihuly in a garden setting.

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An installation at Singapore’s Gardens by the Bay entitled “Dale Chihuly: Glass in Bloom”. The exhibition features glass masterpieces by renowned American artist Dale Chihuly in a garden setting.

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27/08/2021

Bangkok Hospital Phuket has announced that foreign residents in Thailand can register directly with them for vaccines under the Thai National Vaccination Programme at https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfsPp_fx0NIn2B3x8bPo_cchJRVkxPKzBi1GFiBQksqbXW8TA/viewform .

The vaccines provided include Pfizer, AstraZeneca and Sinovac, and are subject to availability. Registrants must not have received a first vaccine dose and meet one of the following criteria:

(a) 40 years old and above

OR

(b) Pregnant (with gestational age at least 12 weeks)

(c) 12 years old and above and have the following underlying medical conditions:

(i) Severe Chronic Respiratory Diseases (CRDs)
(ii) Coronary artery disease (CAD)
(iii) Chronic kidney disease (CKD)
(iv) Cerebrovascular disease
(v) Cancer and Immunocompromised conditions
(vi) Diabetes
(vii) Genetic Conditions (e.g. Down syndrome, delayed
development in children etc.)
(viii) Obesity (weight > 100 kg or BMI > 35 kg/m²) or child
obesity

* To ensure your eligibility, you would need to present a medical certificate indicating that your medical condition meets the inclusion criteria.

The hospital has indicated that the registration period is until 3 September 2021. Registrants will be notified of their appointment details by the hospital.

For more information, please contact Bangkok Hospital Phuket at 1719, +66 7625 4425, +66 7636 1000 or email at [email protected]

Source: Bangkok Hospital Phuket

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27/08/2021

Photos from The Singapore Army's post

25/08/2021

The Thai authorities have announced that foreign residents aged 40 years old and above can now register directly for vaccinations with private hospitals under the Thai National Vaccination Programme. The list of private hospitals and registration links can be found at Thailandintervac.com. The vaccines provided include Pfizer, AstraZeneca and Sinovac, and are subject to availability.

Registration is currently open to i) those aged 40 years old and above; ii) those who are pregnant (12 weeks or above. The pregnant woman must have a medical certificate from the hospital confirming that vaccination is allowed.); and iii) those with the following underlying medical conditions:

(i) Severe Chronic Respiratory Diseases (CRDs)
(ii) Coronary Artery Disease (CAD)
(iii) Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) (5th stage)
(iv) Cerebrovascular disease
(v) Cancer patients receiving chemotherapy
(vi) Diabetes
(vii) Obesity (weight > 100 kg or BMI > 35 kg/m²)

For more information, please contact the respective private hospitals or the Thai Department of Disease Control (email: [email protected], Tel. No: +66 2 590 3832 / +66 2 590 3836 / 1422).

From 20 August 2021, 2359 hours (Singapore time), the Immigration and Checkpoints Authority (ICA) will issue a tamper-pr...
20/08/2021
Ministry of Health

From 20 August 2021, 2359 hours (Singapore time), the Immigration and Checkpoints Authority (ICA) will issue a tamper-proof vaccination sticker to be affixed onto the passport of newly arrived travellers (including Singapore Citizens, PRs and long term pass holders) who are fully vaccinated overseas with a WHO-Emergency Use Listing (EUL) vaccine, and who can furnish a valid, English-language vaccination certificate.

These travellers will be eligible for vaccination-differentiated safe management measures in Singapore if they produce their passport with the valid tamper-proof sticker affixed.

To obtain this sticker, travellers should produce their English-language vaccination certificates to ICA officers at the Singapore immigration checkpoints upon arrival.

Please refer to the Singapore Ministry of Health’s press release dated 19 August 2021 for details (https://www.moh.gov.sg).

Ministry of Health (MOH) is an innovative, people-centred organisation, committed to medical excellence, the promotion of good health, the reduction of illness and access to good and affordable healthcare for all Singaporeans, appropriate to their needs.

18/08/2021
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The Chulabhorn Royal Academy (CRA) has announced that foreign residents in Thailand aged 18 and above can now register directly with them for vaccinations under the Thai National Vaccination Programme at https://vaccinecovid19.cra.ac.th.

According to the CRA, there is a registration quota of 20,000 pax. Vaccinations will take place from 19 August to 3 September 2021 at the CRA Vaccination Centre at the CAT Convention Hall, Chaeng Wattana Road, Soi 7. The vaccines provided include AstraZeneca and Sinovac, and are subject to availability.

Interested registrants must not have received a first vaccine dose. Registrants will be notified of their appointment details by CRA.

For more information, please contact CRA at +66 2078 9350.

Source: Chulabhorn Royal Academy

The Thai authorities have announced that the current restrictions imposed in the respective COVID-19 zoning areas will r...
16/08/2021

The Thai authorities have announced that the current restrictions imposed in the respective COVID-19 zoning areas will remain in place until 31 August 2021 when it will be reviewed again.

The authorities have also announced that banks and financial institutions located in shopping malls in the "Maximum and Strict Controlled" areas will be allowed to operate until 8pm from 18 August.

Please refer to the Centre for COVID-19 Situation Administration’s (CCSA) infographic for details.

Stay safe everyone!

Source: CCSA

The Thai authorities have announced that the current restrictions imposed in the respective COVID-19 zoning areas will remain in place until 31 August 2021 when it will be reviewed again.

The authorities have also announced that banks and financial institutions located in shopping malls in the "Maximum and Strict Controlled" areas will be allowed to operate until 8pm from 18 August.

Please refer to the Centre for COVID-19 Situation Administration’s (CCSA) infographic for details.

Stay safe everyone!

Source: CCSA

The Embassy would like to thank the Thai Ministry of Foreign Affairs for the friendship and support that it has always e...
12/08/2021

The Embassy would like to thank the Thai Ministry of Foreign Affairs for the friendship and support that it has always extended to Singapore. In this context, we were delighted to share Singapore treats like kaya, sambal, kueh, and pineapple tarts, with our friends at Thai MFA in conjunction with Singapore’s 56th National Day. In the picture, Ambassador Kevin Cheok is presenting a package to MFA Director-General (East Asian Affairs) Arjaree Sriratanaban, who accepted on behalf of the Ministry.


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The Embassy would like to thank the Thai Ministry of Foreign Affairs for the friendship and support that it has always extended to Singapore. In this context, we were delighted to share Singapore treats like kaya, sambal, kueh, and pineapple tarts, with our friends at Thai MFA in conjunction with Singapore’s 56th National Day. In the picture, Ambassador Kevin Cheok is presenting a package to MFA Director-General (East Asian Affairs) Arjaree Sriratanaban, who accepted on behalf of the Ministry.


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It was a great time at the Singapore-Thai Chamber of Commerce’s virtual National Day celebration.  Before the event, sna...
12/08/2021

It was a great time at the Singapore-Thai Chamber of Commerce’s virtual National Day celebration. Before the event, snack boxes of curry puffs, kueh salat, kueh lapis, and kueh kosui from “Oh Jackie” were delivered to the attendees. The event itself had interesting videos about Singapore, a loud “yam seng” toast, and cool “live” music by Dr Paul and his band. The STCC also took the opportunity to raise funds to help local communities affected by Covid-19. Kudos to the STCC for supporting the Singapore community and for arranging this fun event.

The Singapore Embassy in Bangkok extends our warmest congratulations to Her Majesty Queen Sirikit The Queen Mother on th...
11/08/2021

The Singapore Embassy in Bangkok extends our warmest congratulations to Her Majesty Queen Sirikit The Queen Mother on the auspicious occasion of Her Majesty’s birthday.

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The Singapore Embassy in Bangkok extends our warmest congratulations to Her Majesty Queen Sirikit The Queen Mother on the auspicious occasion of Her Majesty’s birthday.

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The Singapore Embassy in Bangkok wishes all Singaporeans a Happy 56th National Day! PC: SGN #Singapore #Thailand #Singap...
08/08/2021

The Singapore Embassy in Bangkok wishes all Singaporeans a Happy 56th National Day!

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The Singapore Embassy in Bangkok wishes all Singaporeans a Happy 56th National Day!

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07/08/2021

Bangkok Hospital has announced that foreign residents in Thailand can register directly with them under the Thai National Vaccination Programme at https://www.bangkokhospital.com/en/page/covid-19-vaccine-expat-registration .

The registration period is until 12 August 2021. Vaccinations will take place from 23 - 31 August 2021 at the Royal Paragon Hall, 5th Floor, Siam Paragon Shopping Centre, Bangkok from 0800hrs - 1200hrs. The vaccines provided include Pfizer, AstraZeneca and Sinovac, and are subject to availability.

Interested registrants must not have received a first vaccine dose and meet one of the following criteria:

(a) 60 years old and above
(b) Pregnant for 12 weeks and above
(c) Have the following underlying medical conditions:
1. Severe Chronic Respiratory Diseases (CRDs)
2. Coronary artery disease (CAD)
3. Chronic kidney disease (CKD, 5th Stage)
4. Cerebrovascular diseases
5. Cancer patients receiving chemotherapy
6. Diabetes
7. Obesity (weight > 100 kg or BMI > 35 kg/m²)

Registrants will be notified of their appointment details by the hospital.

For more information, please contact Bangkok Hospital at +66 2310 3000 or email at [email protected] . For a list of other designated hospitals that are open for registration for foreign residents, please visit www.thailandintervac.com

Source: Bangkok Hospital

We earlier shared the Thai authorities’ announcement that foreign residents can register for vaccination under the Thai ...
06/08/2021
Samitivej Hospital in Bangkok, Thailand

We earlier shared the Thai authorities’ announcement that foreign residents can register for vaccination under the Thai National Vaccination Programme directly with designated private hospitals.

Samitivej Sukhumvit Hospital has now announced that foreign residents can register directly with them at https://www.samitivejhospitals.com/page/ThailandIntervac .
The vaccines provided include Pfizer, AstraZeneca and Sinovac, and are subject to availability.

Registrants must not have received a first vaccine dose and meet one of the following criteria:

(a) 60 years old and above
(b) Pregnant for 12 weeks and above (registrants must have a medical certificate from the hospital confirming that vaccination is allowed)
(c) Have the following underlying medical conditions:
1. Severe Chronic Respiratory Diseases (CRDs)
2. Coronary artery disease (CAD)
3. Chronic kidney disease (CKD)
4. Cerebrovascular disease
5. Cancer patients receiving chemotherapy
6. Diabetes
7. Obesity (weight > 100 kg or BMI > 35 kg/m²)

Registrants will be notified of their appointment details by the hospital. Due to the limited number of vaccines, the hospital has indicated that registration is only for individuals who are available to receive a vaccination on 13, 16, 17, 18, 19 and 20 August 2021 from 1pm to 4pm.

For more information, please contact Samitivej Sukhumvit Hospital at +66 2022 2222. For a list of other designated hospitals that are open for registration for foreign residents, please visit Thailandintervac.com .

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