Participants are advised to reserve flights through their local travel agents and airline offices. We would urge you to make reservations as far in advance as possible in order to reduce your travel costs.
The ITF does not provide insurance cover for, and does not accept responsibility for, medical problems or other losses incurred during travel to or from, or during attendance at Congress. You are strongly advised to take out appropriate travel insurance to provide this cover.
Travel health advice
Overseas attendees are advised to seek travel health advice before their visit. Please consult with a health professional as soon as possible to determine if medication, vaccinations or any further precautions are required.
Yellow fever vaccination certificate
All foreign nationals and Singapore Citizens, aged one and above, who have been in or passed through any country at risk of yellow fever in the six days before arriving in Singapore, are required to have a valid International Certificate of Vaccination for yellow fever and present it to the ICA officer at the point of seeking immigration clearance.
The International Certificate of Vaccination for yellow fever is valid for life. This applies to existing and new certificates, which are valid from 10 days after your vaccination.
Please ask your doctor to review your suitability for the yellow fever vaccine. If you are exempted from being vaccinated, you will need an exemption letter, signed by an authorised health worker, before we can consider your entry into Singapore.