From June 1, Saudis will no longer need a visa to enter Singapore
Saudi nationals with valid passports will no longer need to apply for a visa to enter Singapore from June 1, 2023, the Singapore Embassy in Riyadh
RIYADH - Saudi nationals with valid passports will no longer need to apply for a visa to enter Singapore from June 1, 2023, the Singapore Embassy in Riyadh has announced.
The Immigration and Checkpoint Authority of Singapore (ICA) has issued its decision on the matter, the embassy said in a statement on its Twitter account.
The embassy tweeted that Saudi diplomatic passport holders are already exempt from Singapore visa requirements. All other Saudi nationals must apply for an entry visa if they wish to enter Singapore before June 1 and will have an exemption from the entry visa requirement from the beginning of June.
The embassy emphasized that visa processing fees will not be refunded for those who have already submitted an application for an entry visa or received the result of their entry visa application.
Singapore, a sunny and tropical island, is a major tourist attraction in Southeast Asia. A thriving metropolis, Singapore offers a world-class infrastructure, a fully integrated island-wide transport network, a dynamic business environment, vibrant living spaces and a rich culture.
Singapore, a vibrant and world-class city, features comfort of living, especially in terms of living, and high-tech transportation and governance systems. The city-state covers an area of 710 sq km and is home to five million people from four main communities: Chinese, Malay, Indian and Eurasian.