Singapore and Malaysia In Cross Border Travel Talks

Photo Saloma Link in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia credit Amar Syazwan on Unsplash

Singapore and Malaysia have had agreements in place for a number of months through the Reciprocal Green Lane (RGL) and Periodic Commuting Arrangement (PCA). Now the two countries are in talks to increase opportunities for cross-border travel.

A Reciprocal Recognition of Vaccine Certificate (RRVC) scheme is under discussion that will recognise the vaccine certification of each country to allow travellers to move between the two countries.

The rollout of the scheme is unlikely to begin until the vaccination programmes in both countries is more established and the current cases of the virus is under control on both sides of the border.

Further discussions are also required to finalise details of the scheme.

Source: The Straits Times

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