Visa policy of Singapore

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Visitors to Singapore can either enter the country without a visa or in some cases they must first obtain a visa. Almost 80% of world countries may travel to Singapore for a period ranging from 30 days to 90 days.[1] Only 33 countries require visa for Singapore. They are categorized into countries eligible to apply for an electronic visa and countries whose citizens need a full visa.

All visitors to Singapore must hold:[2]

  • passport valid for 6 months at the time of departure,
  • onward or return ticket,
  • sufficient funds to stay in Singapore.

Visa policy map[edit]

Visa-requiring countries to Singapore

Visa-free[edit]

Citizens of all countries not included in Assessment Level I and Assessment Level II lists are allowed a maximum stay of 30 days without a visa in Singapore, except the holders of the following passports who are allowed to stay for 90 days:

Visa required[edit]

Assessment Level I Countries[edit]

Citizens of the following countries may obtain a visa online:

Assessment Level II Countries[edit]

Citizens of the following countries and territories must obtain a visa in advance.

Visa Free Transit Facility[edit]

Nationals of Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, Russia, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Ukraine and Uzbekistan may use a Visa Free Transit Facility which allows them to visit Singapore for 96 hours. Nationals of China and India can also transit, one time only, for up to 96 hours without a visa under the Visa Free Transit Facility (VFTF) on either the outbound or return leg of the same journey.[7]

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