Thai passport holders to enjoy speedier immigration clearance in Singapore

The control tower at Singapore’s Changi Airport. (Yahoo News Singapore file photo)

The Immigration and Checkpoints Authority (ICA) will be extending the Frequent Traveller Programme to eligible Thai international passport holders from Monday (24 September).

This will enable them to use the automated immigration clearance facilities at Singapore’s checkpoints.

Thais aged six and above, who are holding a passport with more than six months’ validity and have visited Singapore at least twice in the past two years, are eligible to apply for the programme.

They can do so at the enrolment centres located at Changi Airport Terminal 3, the visitor services centre at the ICA Building, as well as at the Woodlands and Tuas checkpoints.

Currently, eligible Singapore passport holders already enjoy similar automated immigration clearance facilities in Thailand.

More information on the Frequent Traveller Programme can be obtained on the ICA’s website.

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