Singapore Embassy in Argentina

Detail information of Singapore Embassy in Argentina

The Singapore embassy in Argentina is a bridge between the two countries. They provide services to both Singaporean citizens living in Argentina as well as Argentine citizens seeking to visit or work in Singapore. Their services include issuing passports, assisting in different emergencies, and promoting trade, investment, and exchange between the two nations.

Republic of Singapore Embassy in Argentina




Buenos Aires

Mission Type


Ambassador (Non-Resident)

Dr LEONG Horn Kee


c/o Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Tanglin, Singapore 248163




65-63798000 (MFA), 63252088

Emergency Tel (after hours)

65 63798000


Emergency Contacts in Argentina
Tourist Police: 0800 999 5000
Medical Emergencies: 107
Fire: 100
In Buenos Aires only for Emergency Number: 911 (English)
Other Information

For visa & general enquiries, please write to [email protected]. Please note that the Immigration & Checkpoints Authority (ICA) is the authority responsible for visa matters. Please visit the visa information page (https://www.mfa.gov.sg/Services/Visitors/Visa-information) for more details.

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Do Argentina need visa for Singapore?

The answer is no; Argentine citizens do not need a visa to enter Singapore. Argentina is one of the countries that fall into the visa-exempt category in Singapore. You can travel to Singapore without a visa and live up to the valid stay period.

Who is the ambassador of Singapore to Argentina?

The current Ambassador to the Singapore Embassy in Argentina is Dr LEONG Horn Kee.

Which country is visa-free to Singapore?

Singapore allows citizens from 159 countries to enter without a visa for a short visit. The stay duration differs depending on each country. You can check out the full list of countries from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Singapore website.

Is Singapore a stable country?

Yes, Singapore is a politically and economically stable country. According to The Global Economy data, Singapore has a stability score of 1.46 out of 2.5, marking the country as one of the most stable countries in the world.

Does Singapore reject tourist visa?

The answer is yes; the Immigration and Checkpoints Authority (ICA) of Singapore rejects tourist visas. The reason behind this can be a lack of information provided, not filling the requirements correctly, and not providing the documents on time.