All visitors will arrive at the Changi Airport and must meet the following entry requirements:
- Valid travel documents (minimum validity of 6 months at the time of departure)
- Confirmed onward or return tickets (if applicable)
- Entry facilities, including visas, to the next destination;
- Sufficient funds to maintain themselves during their stay in Singapore; and,
- Visa for entry into Singapore (if applicable)
- Yellow Fever Vaccination (if applicable)
Most passports can enjoy a visa-free holiday to Singapore. There are, however, some exceptions. Please check this link for more information.
Safety in Singapore
Singapore is one of the safest countries in Southeast Asia and in the whole world. Always use your common sense and keep your valuables close by.
Singapore is widely regarded as one of the safest countries in the world, with consistently low crime rates, a transparent legal system, and a reliable police force supported by proactive citizens
To avoid any trouble, make sure to respect the signs and local laws. For example, remember that it's not legal to chew gum or it's forbidden to bring durian in public transport. It's safe for you to travel around on public transport and it's safe to walk alone at night.
Singaporeans enjoy universal healthcare but as a tourist, you will need to make sure you buy travel insurance so you are covered in any events. Remember, travel insurance doesn't just cover you for cancellations, but also if any unforeseen health problems arise during the trip.