In response to media queries, the MFA Spokesperson said:

The Indonesian authorities' alert level for Mount Agung in Bali remains at the highest.

Since 27 November 2017, MFA's Crisis Response Team has been deployed at Bali's Ngurah Rai International Airport and has worked with local authorities and airlines to render consular assistance to Singaporeans affected by the closure of the airport following Mount Agung's eruptions. Airlines have been mounting relief flights since the airport re-opened on 29 November 2017 to help stranded Singaporeans return home.

The situation on Mount Agung remains unpredictable. Volcanic ash from eruptions could result in further airport closures and disruption of air travel at short notice. We continue to advise Singaporeans to defer travels to Bali until the situation improves.

Source: Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Singapore