The land border between Johor and Singapore may reopen on November 29 – archyde

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Following the announcement of the reopening of the borders between Malaysia and Singapore on November 29th, it appears that the border between Johor and Singapore could also be reopened at the same time.

Whether you are a Malaysian who makes a living from commuting from Johor Are you traveling to Singapore for business reasons or you as a Singaporean could not enjoy your beautiful home in the modern township of Forest City, come on November 29th as long as you ac

What to know about the reopening of the Johor-Singapore border?

In connection with the opening of the VTL air connection between Kuala Lumpur International Airport and Changi Airport, the border connections between Johor and Singapore will also be resumed. The land crossing affects the Johor-Singapore Causeway and the Malaysia-Singapore Second Link.

“I have good news, we have communicated with the respective authorities between the federal government and the states that have confirmed the state VTL opens on 11/29

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“Land transport between Singapore and Johor Bahru will only cover long-term passport borders, for example for those who work in Singapore or Johor Bahru,” announced Johors Chief Minister Datuk Hasni Mohammad, as reported by The star online.

With the resumption of land crossing, travelers do not have to adhere to a mandatory quarantine. However, the actual details of the land VTL are sparse at the time of writing.

Under the bilateral VTL air connection, fully vaccinated travelers must be tested negative for Covid-19 before departure and upon arrival in the destination country.

Corresponding The times of the straits, Woodlands Causeway and Tuas Second Link were used extensively by around 415,000 travelers daily prior to the outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic.

(Main and main picture: Afifi Zulkifle / Unsplash)

This story first appeared on Lifestyle Asia KL.

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