Singapore is a cosmopolitan city-state in Southeast Asia with a year-round tropical climate. Home to over 5 million residents, Singapore enjoys a world-class living environment and offers a wide variety of attractions and culinary delights for visitors to discover.
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All visitors to Singapore must meet the following entry requirements:
* For details on entry visa requirement, please visit the Singapore Immigrations and Checkpoints Authority Website at:
If you require an invitation letter for visa application, please email the following details to firstname.lastname@example.org
Kindly ensure that you have completed your registration and have made the payment before sending in your request for visa application document(s) to the conference secretariat. The document(s) will be prepared and sent by email.
Please approach the Singapore Embassy / Consulate Office nearest to you for visa application and submission procedures. For the list of Embassy or Consulate, please visit:
Alternatively, you can find all services relating to entry and visa requirements online. Please visit the Singapore Immigration and Checkpoints Authority website at http://www.ica.gov.sg/. Their contact details are available below.
10 Kallang Road
Money changing services can be found not only at the Singapore Changi Airport but also most shopping centres and hotels around the island. Singapore Dollar (SGD; symbol S$) = 100 cents. Notes are in denominations of S$10,000, 1,000, 500, 100, 50, 10, 5 and 2. Coins are in denominations of S$1, and 50, 20, 10, 5 and 1 cents.
Singapore is known for its warm and fairly humid summer temperatures throughout the year (approximately 30°C/86°F during the day and 23°C/74°F in the evening). There is no distinct wet/dry season. Most rain falls during the northeast monsoon (November to January) and showers are usually sudden and heavy.
Electric appliances need to be 230V/50Hz (although appliances set for 220 to 240 volts will operate). Singapore uses a Type-G plug and for wall sockets. This is a flat three-pin plug (as used in the UK).