Visa free travel for Singapore citizens
The Henley Passport Index ranks each quarter the passports that open the most doors to travel internationally without a visa. Singapore and South Korea currently rank 2nd. With destinations accessible without a visa to 192 countries. (1st rank is Japan, with destinations accessible without a visa 193). Visa free travel for Singapore citizens, they can go to 192 countries.
Crossing borders is more or less easy depending on your nationality. And to find out which passports allow you to travel the most freely (visa-free, visa-on-arrival or e-visa), citizenship consultancy Henley & Partners relies on data from the International Transport Association airline (IATA) which includes 250 airlines worldwide. The Henley Passport Index, updated at the beginning of November 2022, does not take into account the temporary traffic restrictions put in place during the Covid-19 pandemic and which have now been almost completely lifted.
Double check through the Embassy for all requirements and if there are any changes, make sure if you are transiting you do not need a special transit visa.
If you have a Singapore passport, you can visit these countries without obtaining a visa before your trip:
The folowing list is a visa free travel for Singapore citizens, varied from 14 days to 6 months stay:
Visa-free travel for 6 months
Visa-free travel for 183 days
Visa-free travel for 180 days
Visa-free travel for 4 months
Visa-free travel for 3 months
1Price for visa on arrival: KWD5.
Visa-free entry into the Schengen area for 90 days of any 180-day period
Visa-free travel for 90 days
Bosnia and Herzegovina
1Price for visa on arrival: USD51.
2Price for visa on arrival: USD52.
3Price for visa on arrival: USD10.
Visa-free travel for 1 month
Antigua and Barbuda
Visa-free travel for 30 days
United Arab Emirates
1Price for visa on arrival: USD15.
Visa-free travel for 21 days
Visa-free travel for 14 days
1Price for visa on arrival: BHD5.
To visit other countries, or to stay longer, you might need a visa. Please check with the embassy or consulate of the country you will be visiting.
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