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Statement on Singapore’s Zika situation: We remain a safe travel destination and our visitors’ well-being and health are our top priority.

Before you arrive

Don’t get tripped up by the unexpected. Here are some key things you need to be aware of before you make your way to our fun-filled shores.

Visa & customs

Most visitors coming into Singapore do not require a visa for entry and may be given social visit passes. If you are unsure if a visa is required, you can check with the Immigration & Checkpoints Authority or with your local consular office.

The period of stay granted will be shown on the visit pass endorsement in your passport.

Getting to Singapore

By Air

Singapore’s Changi Airport is one of the busiest and best connected in the world, handling over 100 airlines flying to some 300 cities. There are four local carriers, including the world-renowned Singapore Airlines and budget airlines Tiger Airways and Scoot.

The award-winning airport itself is jam-packed with activities and amenities, making it a world-class attraction in its own right.

Singapore Changi Aiport Singapore Airlines

By Sea

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. The newest Marina Bay Cruise Centre Singapore can accommodate the largest cruise liners around today.

Marina Bay Cruise Centre Singapore Cruise Centre

By Land

Driving into Singapore from West Malaysia is a relaxing and scenic 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.