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Singapore is one of the most preferred destinations for Indian travelers. With its lush gardens, stunning towers and intriguing culture, Singapore makes for an ideal holiday spot for Indian tourists. And now, Singapore has made an offer Indians cannot resist. Indian travelers are being offered visa-free entry to Singapore for a period of four days while in transit. (ALSO SEE Singapore visa for Indians: Everything you need to know) What this means is, for travelers taking a pit stop in Singapore, it is easy to add attractions like the Singapore flyer, the Marina Bay Sands Skypark and Universal Studios to their itinerary. Also Read - Swara Bhasker Describes Struggle of Helping Migrant Workers: Have to Sift Through Filth in my Comments Section

To be eligible for this visa-free transit, an Indian passport holder must have a valid onward air ticket for a flight departing Singapore within the next 96 hours (4 days), in addition to a valid visa or long-term pass to one of the following countries: Australia, Canada, Japan, New Zealand, the U.K., the U.S., Germany, and Switzerland. For travelers who are on a return journey, this option can only be used on one leg of the trip. With this move, Singapore is all set to feature on the list of several Indian travelers. We won’t be surprised if the number of Indians visiting Singapore goes way up in the time to come. Also Read - Unlock 1.0: Tarapith, Tirupati, Jagannath, Meenakshi Temples | What is Opening And From When?

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For up-to-date details, kindly refer to the Immigration and Checkpoints Authority Website.

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