How to Visit Jeju Island from Singapore: Visa-free Travel Procedures

Jeju Island has resumed its *Visa-free travel policy as of the 1st of June. This means that tourists can visit Jeju for up to 30 days without a visa, as long as they don’t venture into any other part of South Korea.

If you’re looking to take a trip down to Jeju and are wondering what the procedures are, read on!

*For more information about Jeju’s Visa-free travel policy, click here.

Travelling to Jeju Island From Singapore

Flying is the fastest and the most convenient way to enter Jeju Island.

Singapore passport holders are not required to apply for visas for short-term entry and can enter Korea by registering for K-ETA (electronic travel authorization).

Pre-departure Requirement:

Singaporeans travelling to Jeju island you can take the ART test at a clinic at least 24 hours before departure. 

Arrival Requirement:

All travellers are required to take a PCR test within 3 days after arriving on Jeju Island. Click here for the full list of PCR test center in Jeju.

Travellers are allowed to carry on activities before or after taking PCR test. If the on-arrival test result is positive, quarantine is required. (Remember to get your travel insurance with Covid-19 coverage before your trip!)

ALL travellers including children below the age of 6 are required to register for Q-Code (click) prior to departure. A QR code will be issued to the traveller’s email after registration.

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