Singapore Embassy in Eswatini

Information About the Singapore Embassy in Eswatini

Currently, there is no Singapore Embassy in Eswatini. However, there is a Singapore High Commission in Pretoria, South Africa, that is accredited to Eswatini.

The Singapore High Commission works as a diplomatic link between Singapore and Eswatini. They provide all the necessary consular services for Singaporean citizens. Any tourist or Eswatini citizen can also get immigration-related services and information from the High Commission. It also provides information and services related to trade, investment, cultural exchange, and education in Singapore.

Republic of Singapore High Commission in Eswatini





Mission Type

High Commission

High Commissioner (Non-Resident)

Mr Zainal Arif Mantaha




980-982 Francis Baard Street (formerly Schoeman Street) Arcadia, Pretoria 0083, Republic of South Africa


27-12-430-6035, 430-6498, 430-7163, 430-7505

Emergency Tel (after hours)


Local Emergency Contacts
Police: 999
Ambulance: 933
Other Information

P O Box 11809, Hatfield 0028, Pretoria, South Africa

Singaporean Representations in Neighboring Countries

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Which countries are visa free with Swaziland passport?

Eswatini, formerly known as Swaziland, has a passport ranking of 69 in the world. With this passport, you can visit at least 76 countries visa-free.

Is there a visa going to Singapore?

Eswatini citizens can visit Singapore visa-free. There is no need to apply for a visa if you want to visit Singapore for a short time. However, check the short stay limit before you start your journey. 

How to get Singapore citizenship?

To get Singapore citizenship, you need to meet the eligibility criteria. These include being 21 years of age, staying in the country for over two years, being married to a Singapore citizen for over two years, being adopted by a Singaporean citizen and under 21 years of age, or having at least one Singaporean parent. You can find the full details on how to apply for Singapore citizenship here

What is the best time to visit Singapore?

The best time to visit Singapore is during the months of February and March. This is the time the country experiences less rainfall and considered the dry season of the year. You can also check out the best time to visit Singapore article for more details. 

Is a child born in Singapore a citizen?

The answer is no; a child born in Singapore is not a Singapore citizen. But they can apply for Singapore citizenship upon 10 years of PR in the country. 

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