Singapore Embassy in Kenya

Information About the Singapore Embassy in Kenya

Currently, there is no Singapore Embassy in Kenya. However, a Singapore High Commission is present.

The Singapore High Commission in Kenya works as the diplomatic link between the two countries. It provides consular services and legal assistance to Singaporean citizens living in the country. At the same time, the High Commission provides immigration and visa assistance to Kenyans and tourists. Moreover, they are responsible for assisting anyone interested in trade, investment, and educational exchange in Singapore.

Republic of Singapore High Commission in Kenya





Mission Type

High Commission

High Commissioner (Non-Resident)

Mr YATIMAN bin Yusof


c/o Ministry of Foreign Affairs Tanglin Singapore 248163




65-63798000 (MFA)

Emergency Tel (after hours)




Local Emergency Contacts
Emergency Number: 999
Tourist Advice & Help: +254 20 800100
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.

Singaporean Representations in Neighboring Countries

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Is Singapore a visa free country for Kenyan citizens?

The answer is yes, Singapore is visa-free for Kenyan citizens. You can travel to Singapore visa-free if you are Kenyan.

Does Kenya Airways fly to Singapore?

Yes, Kenya Airways flies to Singapore.

Can I get work visa without job offer in Singapore?

The answer is no; you can’t get a work visa in Singapore without a job offer.

What is the maximum stay in Singapore with tourist visa?

The maximum stay limit in Singapore with a tourist visa is 29 days.

Does Singapore reject tourist visa?

The answer is yes, Singapore rejects tourist visas. If the application is not filled out correctly with the required documents and information, it can get rejected. So make sure you double check all the information before submitting your Singapore Visa application.