Singapore has an area of 693 sq. km (268 sq. mi).  It has been Southeast Asia’s most modern city for over a century. In the city, there is no need for a car. Public transportation is excellent and walking is a good way to explore the city. All major attractions are also accessible by tour bus. The world’s highest, standing 30 metres man-made waterfall,  is located at the Jurong Bird Park.  The National Museum of Singapore is the biggest and oldest museum with the youngest and most innovative soul.  Its combination of Western-style development and Eastern-style calm seems to present the best of both hemispheres: The Singapore Flyer rises to a height of 178 metres and offers a 360° panoramic view of Singapore, from the fast-changing Marina Bay that is transforming by the day, to the city skyline dominated by tall buildings. The Singapore FORMULA ONE race broke ground in 2008 as the first night race in FORMULA ONE history. With a challenging street circuit that runs around some of ’s most well-loved landmarks, fans can expect high-octane racing against a beguiling city skyline.

Visit Singapore

A sparkling city where people from many diverse cultures live together, Singapore makes an attractive tourist destination.  It is small yet attractive island country, well-known for its safety and cleanliness. Blending the subway and skyscrapers of a wealthy, modern city with a fusion of Chinese, Indian and Malay touch and a tropical climate, with great shopping, delicious food and a colourful night-life scene, this Lion City makes a great visit or venture into region.

Visitor Visa Requirement

All visitors to Singapore must meet the following entry requirements:

  • Valid passport (along with old passports) with at least 6‐month validity from the date of travel.
  • Photocopy of 1st, 2nd, last page and observation page (if any)
  • Return Ticket Itinerary
  • For applicants in service ‐ Need to give original NOC or Leave from Present working company OR For applicants running their own business need to give request letter ONLY on their company’s Letter Head with active telephone numbers.

Exemptions and working while on a visit pass:

List of passes for pass category

Pass type Who is it for

Miscellaneous Work Pass

For foreigners taking on a short-term work assignment of up to 60 days in Singapore.

Work Pass Exempt Activities

For performing eligible short-term activities without a work pass. Candidates must still notify MOM of their activities.

Work pass exemption for foreign students

For foreign students studying full-time at an approved school or institution in Singapore.

Work passes for holders of Long Term Visit Passes issued by ICA

For foreigners married to a Singaporean or permanent resident, or parents accompanying a child who is studying in Singapore.

 Family members:

List of passes for pass category

Pass type Who is it for

Dependant’s Pass

For spouses and children of eligible Employment Pass or S Pass holders.

Long Term Visit Pass

For parents, common-law spouses, step-children or handicapped children of eligible Employment Pass or S Pass holders.

Letter of Consent

For eligible LTVP/LTVP+ holders and Dependant’s Pass holders who want to work in Singapore.