Getting to Singapore
Make your travels to Singapore easy, organized and stress-free with this guide we have put together for you.
Take a look at a couple of things to consider before you begin organizing your way to these fun-full shores. Make sure you have all documents required upon entry, ready.
Visa processes and customs
Most visitors to Singapore do not require a visa for entry. However, double-check that you do not require a visa from the country you are coming from.
Here are a couple of useful links to help you:
Immigration and Checkpoints Authority
Ministry of Foreign Affairs – check the mission closest to you
On immigration clearance, the SG Arrival Card (SGAC) e-Service1 should be completed before you leave your departure point. This is available electronically on the Visit Singapore Travel Guide app on the App Store or Google Play. Alternatively, you can visit the Singapore Immigration & Checkpoints Authority website to submit your arrival information. You can submit the information up to three days before your visit.
Arriving at Singapore
The easiest and most popular way to get to Singapore is via Changi Airport – one of the busiest and best connected in the world.
Check out these links:
Singapore Changi Airport
Singapore Airlines – Fly with us
As a leading homeport in the heart of Asia, Singapore is one of the world’s busiest cruise centres. A host of cruise operators, covering luxury, premium, and contemporary offerings, is ready to whisk you from around the region to one of the city’s terminals.
Coming by sea? Check out these links:
Marina Bay Cruise Center
Singapore Cruise Center
Living in the area? Then driving could be the best and most scenic option for you!
Driving into Singapore from West Malaysia is a relaxing and picturesque way of getting here. Singapore has two land checkpoints, at Tuas in the west and Woodlands in the north, that operate 24 hours a day.