Entry into Singapore for Irish Passport Holders

by Sheila
(Ireland)

staying 2 nights stopover in singapore with irish passport. do i need a visa?

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Entry into Singapore for Irish Passport Holders

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Jan 19, 2009
Irish Passport Holders Don't Need Visas to Enter Singapore
by: Gabriel Tan

Hi Sheila

As of 19 Jan 09, Irish passport holders do not need a visa to enter Singapore for social purposes (e.g. holiday).

But you need to ensure that other entry requirements are met, e.g. passport validity of 6 months or more, confirmed onward ticket, etc.

Please note that I do the research for visitors and share whatever I know. I'm not the official voice of the Immigration and Checkpoint Authority. You should verify this information with the Singapore Overseas Mission (=Embassy) in your country before your travel.

Here's their contact in Dublin:

Address:
2 Ely Place Upper,
Dublin 2

Phone: 001-(353)-1-669-1700

Fax: 001-(353)-1-669-1710

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