Declaration for Liquor When Entering Singapore

by Jeremy
(Malaysia)

If we bring in 1 litre of each approved liquor(beer, wine and spirit), do we need to declare it?

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Declaration for Liquor When Entering Singapore

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May 24, 2009
No Declaration Needed But Conditions Apply
by: Gabriel Tan

Hi Jeremy

this is a tricky one because you're from Malaysia.

According to Singapore Customs' Guidelines,

you may bring in 1 litre of each liquor type duty-free if you fulfill the following conditions:

1. You are above 18 years old.

2. You have been outside of Singapore for 48 hours or more.

3. You are not arriving into Singapore from Malaysia.

So if you are coming in from Malaysia (by land, sea or air transport), there is no duty-free allowance for liquor.


If you are arriving from anywhere apart from Malaysia, you have a '1-litre' duty-free liquor allowance. This is provided you meet the conditions above. In this case, you need not declare your liquor if they are within the duty-free limits.

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