Singapore Embassy in Israel

Information About the Singapore Embassy in Israel

The Singapore Embassy in Israel provides consular and immigration services to Singaporeans and tourists. It also assists Singaporean citizens living in Israel with legal matters. Any Israeli tourist can get visa information from the embassy. Moreover, all trade, investment, cultural exchange and education information between the two countries can be obtained from the embassy.

Embassy of the Republic of Singapore in Israel (Tel Aviv)




Tel Aviv

Mission Type


Ambassador (Non-Resident)

Mr Mak Jung-I, Ian


c/o Ministry of Foreign Affairs Tanglin Singapore 248163




65-63798000 (MFA), 62366888, 62204906

Emergency Tel (after hours)

972 (0) 506976188

Local Emergency Contacts
Tourist Police: +972 3 516 5382
Police: 100
Medical Emergencies: 101
Fire: 102
Office Hours
Sun – Thurs 9.00 am to 12.30 pm 1.30 pm to 5.00 pm
Other Information


Singaporean Representations in Neighboring Countries

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Do Israelis need visa for Singapore?

The answer is no; Israelis do not need a visa to Singapore. Israeli citizens can visit Singapore for a short stay without any visa.

Who is the ambassador of Singapore to Tel Aviv?

Mr Mak Jung-I, Ian is the ambassador of Singapore to Tel Aviv.

What is the Ambassador of Israel?

Eli Vered Hazan is the current ambassador of Israel to Singapore.

Is Israel a strong passport?

Israeli passport is ranked 20th in the world. You can visit 171 countries visa-free with this passport. 

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