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Whether you'll be in town for a couple of hours or a few weeks, we are here to help you get prepared and up to date with all that you need to know before you arrive in Singapore. Here, we have provided the essential information about Singapore you need to be better equipped for your trip here, such as managing visa and immigration issues, the changing of currency and dealing with medical concerns.

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Important Numbers to Call: Emergency Numbers, Medical Services, Credit Cards, and Embassy Numbers.
Commonly referred to as the Sing Dollar or in some cases the SGD or S$, the currency is divided into dollars and cents. In 2011, the exchange rate with the U.S Dollar is ...
Visa Requirements Whilst most foreigners do not require visas, to ensure if you require a visa, please checking with your local consular office or S...
Travelling on holiday can bring a lot excitement as well as fear. In order to minimise susceptibility to illnesses, it is advised t get relevent shots from...
The weather in Singapore is fairly predictable, it is usually either sunny or rainy, ranging from a temperature of 25 to 32 degrees Celsius. The only problem is that the ...
For the optimal use of your electronic essentials, you would need a device that accepts 230 volts at 50 cycles per second or 50 Hertz or get a voltage converter.
Staying in touch while travelling to a foreign country is always a bit of a hassle, now made more convenient by the Internet. Solve the conundrum of stayin...
Before heading down to this sunny island state, it would be advisable to familiarise yourself with the Singapore notes and coins thatyou'll be using here.
Although the Singapore government does not recognize or support alternative lifestyles, there isn't any real threat for gays and lesbians in the country. The national sta...
The following are Singapore's Public Holidays for 2012 according to the official holiday calendar announced by Singapore Ministry of Manpower.
The following are Singapore's Public Holidays for 2013 according to the official holiday calendar announced by Singapore Ministry of Manpower.