SHN-Dedicated Facilities (SDF)
Travellers arriving from higher-risk countries/regions will be required to serve their Stay Home Notice (SHN) at an SHN Dedicated Facility (SDF). Due to the fast-changing demands for SDFs, travellers will be assigned to an available SDF only upon arrival.
If you have specific needs for your SDF stay (e.g. medical requirements), you may wish to refer to this page for details. Alternatively, you may contact the SafeTravel Enquiries helpline at 6812 5555 for assistance. You are strongly advised to submit your enquiry or request two weeks in advance of your arrival as border measures may be adjusted due to the fluidity of the Covid-19 situation.^ If you are already serving SHN at an SDF, you may wish to contact the SDF’s front desk for assistance.
^ As there is a very high volume of SDF-related requests, please write in early and we seek your understanding and patience that it may take up to five working days to receive a response.
Cost of SDF Stay (14 Days)
(For cost of SDF stay relating to Helpers and Confinement Nannies, click here.)
||S$2,000 per person for accommodation and food.
||S$1,300 per person for accommodation and food.
|Minors** (who are aged 12 years old and below in the current calendar year)
||Cost will vary for minors depending on age.
*Only family members (defined as grandparents, parents, spouse, parents-in-law, siblings or children) are permitted to share a room.
**Most standard rooms are able to accommodate a maximum of 2 adults and 2 minors. For greater comfort, families may also request for inter-connecting rooms upon arrival at the SDF, subject to availability and charges for the additional room.
The exact costs will be made known to travellers during the entry approval application process for pass holders or at check-in to the SDF for Singapore Citizens and Permanent Residents. Travellers who fail to pay for the SDF cost may be charged interest for late payments. Please refer to the FAQs for more information.
Travellers who wish to book an SDF suite at a specific hotel at higher cost, may click here to find out more.
In general, travellers issued with a 14-day SHN must complete their SHN at an SDF, Exceptions, however, can be arranged for small group of travellers who will complete their 14-day SHN at their own residence instead. Travellers eligible for this arrangement should submit their applications three working days before their scheduled arrival in Singapore via the links below:
|Suffer from critical illness, special medical condition, or have mobility issues
|Are using Safe Travel Lanes from countries/regions eligible for SDF partial opt-out(presently Israel and Taiwan only), where they have remained for 21 consecutive days before arrival in Singapore, and are serving their SHN:
- Alone, i.e. no domestic helper(s); or
- With household members that share the same travel history and are also serving their SHN for the same duration and period.
|Application form here for Singaporean Citizens and PRs.
Foreign Travellers can opt out during their entry application process.
Any prior approvals for opt-out granted may be revoked due to the latest public health risk assessment. In such an event, the prevailing border and health control measures will apply. This includes SDF stays and payments, where applicable.