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If get the Tpass qrcode and want to stop in Singapore, the Tpass is valid or need to reapply for a new one from Singapore?

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You need to be in the country you apply for a Thai Pass for 21 days. You can't go to another country and would need to stay in Singapore 21 days and apply from there.

 

From Thai Pass site:

 

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It's a good question.

 

I would suspect that if your first country of departure and Singapore are both on the approved list a total of 21 days between the 2 countries would be ok.

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10 hours ago, HashBrownHarry said:

It's a good question.

 

I would suspect that if your first country of departure and Singapore are both on the approved list a total of 21 days between the 2 countries would be ok.

The 21 country list no longer exists since that was only for the the Test & Go that is no longer available.

Look here. https://tp.consular.go.th/en/plan

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You will only need the Thailand Pass for Singapore. Getting a one from the first country you depart from would be a waste of time since it would longer be valid.

You will also need a new RT-PCR test 72 hours before departure from Singapore.

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1 hour ago, ubonjoe said:

You will only need the Thailand Pass for Singapore. Getting a one from the first country you depart from would be a waste of time since it would longer be valid.

You will also need a new RT-PCR test 72 hours before departure from Singapore.

He'd still be able to complete the Thai pass process based on arriving from Singapore before travelling from original departure point tho, right?

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3 minutes ago, HashBrownHarry said:

He'd still be able to complete the Thai pass process based on arriving from Singapore before travelling from original departure point tho, right?

Yes he could.

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1 hour ago, ubonjoe said:

The 21 country list no longer exists since that was only for the the Test & Go that is no longer available.

Look here. https://tp.consular.go.th/en/plan

While no new Test & Go applications are being accepted, I believe I am correct in saying that existing Test & Go passes are being honoured. Thus, the list is not exclusively just an historical curiosity.

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Are you talking about stopping off in SIN or just transit ? if transit only i dont think it has any effect on TP conditions.

BTW you will require a negative PCR within 72hr before transiting thru SIN also.

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36 minutes ago, UbonEagle said:

Are you talking about stopping off in SIN or just transit ? if transit only i dont think it has any effect on TP conditions.

He was asking about staying in Singapore for a few days.

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1 hour ago, UbonEagle said:

BTW you will require a negative PCR within 72hr before transiting thru SIN also.

I think this is still only 48 hours - not 72. Was when I came through a few weeks ago.

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7 hours ago, ubonjoe said:

Yes he could.

But note that to enter SIngapore you must (at departure point and on arrival in Changi) a negative PCR test report which is no more than 2 days old on arrival.

 

This applies in your intending to stay sometime and also if your just on a short transit (transfer from onf flight to the next flight, perhaps 1.5 hrs or similar).

 

What other documents are needed in advance (at departure or arrival in S'pore) I don't know.  

 

Shouldn't be difficult to find an appropriate singapore government website to get all this detail. 

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11 hours ago, HashBrownHarry said:

He'd still be able to complete the Thai pass process based on arriving from Singapore before travelling from original departure point tho, right?

Does that mean time will be running in reverse, perhaps also the aircradt flying backwards?

 

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