Passport advice for a first time traveller
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Australian passport holders wanting to visit Singapore for tourism, business or social purposes do not require an entry visa for stays less than 90 days. For other kinds of travel you’ll need to apply for a visa before you arrive. Learn more.
An Australian or any traveller to Singapore can apply for an extension of a short term social visit pass if the individual meets specific criteria:
All dutiable goods brought into Singapore are subject to the payment of duties under the Goods & Services Tax. This includes tobacco products, intoxicating liquors and motor vehicles.
There are three different options for bringing in alcohol:
Currency: Individuals carrying currency with a total value exceeding SGD$20,000 must declare this information on the NP727 form.
For more visit the Singapore Customs website.
All travellers are required to have at least six months validity remaining on their passports, otherwise, entry may be refused.
Note: Information is current as of March 26, 2018. For up to date information please check the nearest Embassy or Consulate of Singapore.