PETALING JAYA: Land travel between Malaysia and Singapore will reopen from Nov 29, but only for long-term pass holders, said Johor menteri besar Hasni Mohammad.
The reopening of the Malaysia-Singapore land border will coincide with the Vaccinated Travel Lane (VTL) between Kuala Lumpur International Airport and Changi Airport.
“Land travel between Singapore and Johor Bahru will only cover long-term pass holders, such as for those working in Singapore or those (Singaporeans) working in Johor Bahru,” Hasni was reported as saying.
Last week, the Malaysian and Singapore governments announced the VTL, to be launched on Nov 29.
Under the agreement, fully-vaccinated travellers would be able to travel without having to go through mandatory quarantine.