Both EU Holidays and Chan Brothers Travel say the new rules are nothing to worry about, as most Singaporeans are vaccinated and boosted.
Mr Jeremiah Wong, senior marketing communications manager at Chan Brothers Travel, said all customers must be vaccinated when booking.
“As a result, we have not observed any knee-jerk reactions as Singapore has a large fully vaccinated population and we do not expect demand for tourism to Thailand to be affected,” he said.
Retail worker Jasmine Lim, 24, said the rules would not stop her from going to Thailand.
“My friends and I are considering a short trip to Phuket before Chinese New Year,” she said.
“I don’t think the rules will change anything. It just means we now have to show our vaccination cards.”
Another vacationer, Sophie D’cruz, a 28-year-old vaccinated nurse, said she was relieved by Thailand’s tightened entry rules.
She said: “I know everyone wants to get back to normal, but there is no such rule, especially after three years.
“But in the last 1.5 years, I’ve tested positive for Covid-19 3 times, even with precautions like always wearing a mask outside and carrying hand sanitizer with me. So, it feels safer to travel .”