Singapore Embassy in Oman

Information About the Singapore Embassy in Oman

The Singapore Embassy in Oman is the bilateral link between Oman and Singapore. It provides consular services to Singapore citizens staying in Oman. Also, it provides legal assistance to Singaporeans who need it. Moreover, the embassy provides immigration and visa assistance to tourists and Omani citizens who wish to visit Singapore. It is also responsible for conducting trade, investment, and cultural promotion between the two countries.

Republic of Singapore Embassy in Oman





Mission Type


Ambassador (Non-Resident)



Embassy of the Republic of Singapore Address: No 2980/1, Way 2840, Hay Al Sarooj, Muscat PO Box 57 PC103 Sultanate of Oman




968 2460-7760

Emergency Tel (after hours)

968 9910-2558


Local Emergency Contacts
Any emergency assistance Dial 9999
Office Hours
Sundays to Thursdays The Embassy’s operating hours will be from 8.00 a.m. to 3.00 pm
Closed on Oman public holidays and the Singapore National Day Closed
Other Information


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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Do I need visa for Singapore from Oman?

No, Omani citizens do not need a visa to enter Singapore. You can visit Singapore for a short visit without a visa.

Which country is visa-free to Singapore?

Over 159 countries can visit Singapore without a visa. Only the 36 countries listed below require a visa.

Is Singapore visa printed on passport?

Singapore uses electronic visas. So, the visa is not printed on the passport. Rather, it is linked to your passport electronically.

How many days can you go to Singapore without visa?

You can visit Singapore without a visa for a short period of time. This may be up to a 30-day short visit. For more details about it, visit the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Singapore website.