Southeast Asia Travel News | Update 14 June

by Huyen Nguyen
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Jetstar Asia goes daily to Bali and Bangkok
Jetstar Asia has received approval to operate daily services from Singapore to Bangkok starting 1 July.
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Reopenings: Seletar Airport & Changi Airport’s Terminal 4, Terminal 2 (Departure Hall – South)
Post-lockdown, the first commercial flights landed at and departed Seletar Airport which is managed by Changi Airport Group (CAG) on June 13. CAG will also be reopening Terminal 4 (T4) and commencing departure operations in the southern wing of Terminal 2 (T2) in September and October respectively this year.
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Vietnam-Cambodia waterway connection draws mixed response
A water link connecting Vietnam’s Phu Quoc island with the Cambodian coast may be a hit with regional tourists but may prove to be a damp squib with Western markets, industry experts predict.
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Singapore’s nightlife establishments remove capacity limits and Covid tests
From June 14, 2022, nightlife establishments in Singapore, where there is dancing among patrons, will no longer have a capacity limit. Patrons also do not need to obtain a negative antigen rapid test (ART) result to enter the venue as long as they are fully vaccinated.
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Thailand warms to drop temperature checks
The Ministry of Public Health will suggest to the Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration to remove temperature measurement devices and checkpoints from all the country’s airports and other locations throughout Thailand because there is no evidence proving that the checks prevent the spread of coronavirus.
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Vietnam is in the top 3 countries with the highest tourism growth in the world

With a flexible policy to cope with COVID-19, opening international borders early, Vietnam’s economy continuously received positive signals, and international tourism increased sharply, ranking of the fastest-growing travel industry in the world.
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