Singapore Embassy in Myanmar

Information About the Singapore Embassy in Myanmar

The Singapore Embassy in Myanmar is responsible for providing consular and immigration services to both Singaporean citizens and tourists. Myanmar citizens wishing to visit Singapore can obtain the necessary travel documents through the embassy. The embassy also provides trade, cultural exchange, and educational exchange information to anyone who needs it.

Embassy of the Republic of Singapore in Myanmar





Mission Type


Ambassador (Non-Resident)

Miss Chan Yuen Ying Vanessa Elisabeth


238 Dhamazedi Road Bahan Township Yangon, Republic of the Union of Myanmar




95-1-9-559-001 (During Office Hours)

Emergency Tel (after hours)

09-250-863-840 (Emergency Consular Line for Singaporeans)

Local Emergency Contacts
Police 199
Fire Department 191
International SOS Yangon +951 657 939
Yangon General Hospital +951 256 256 Ext 857
Tourist Police in Nay Pyi Taw (HQ) +959 448 539 518
Tourist Police in Yangon +959 448 539 519
Tourist Police in Mandalay +959 791 107 831
Tourist Police in Bagan +959 448 539 508
Office Hours
Mon - Fri 8.30 am to 1.00 pm 2.00 pm to 5.00 pm
Sat & Sun Closed
Other Information


Singaporean Representations in Neighboring Countries

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Do Myanmar need visa to Singapore?

The answer is no; Myanmar citizens do not need a visa to enter Singapore. You can visit singapore without a visa for a short trip.

Which countries need visa to Singapore?

There are over 159 countries that can travel to Singapore without a visa. Only a few countries are required to have a visa before entering Singapore. The countries are as follows:

If you are from any of the countries on this list, you will need a visa beforehand to enter Singapore.

How to get to Myanmar from Singapore?

You can get to Singapore from Myanmar via a flight or a bus trip. The flight takes about 5 – 6 hours, and the bus trip takes over 2 days.

What is the relationship between Singapore and Myanmar?

Singapore and Myanmar are both part of ASEAN. At the same time, Singapore is also the biggest investor in Myanmar.

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