Asked by kK from Singapore | Nov. 05, 2017 09:20
About:China Visa Exemption

Visa to enter China for holder of Singapore ordinary passport.

I am holder of Singapore ordinary passport. I intend to travel from Singapore to HK to Hangzhou and Taipei and back to Singapore. Each location is 4 to 6 days. Do I need entry permit when entering Hangzhou?

I under Singapore ordinary passport holder need not require visa if the stay in China in less than 15 days. How about the 72 hours transit exemption? I noted Singapore is part of this programme. I am confused. Please advise.

Answers (1)
Answered by John Doe | Nov. 05, 2017 15:47
Singaporean citizens are exempt for 15 days regardless of whether you're in transit. Even when Singapore is included as a part of free transit program, immigration will still grant you a 15-day stay every time you enter the country.
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