Singapore Embassy in Rwanda

Information About the Singapore Embassy in Rwanda

Currently, Singapore does not have an Embassy in Rwanda. However, there is a Singapore High Commission in the country.

The Singapore High Commission in Rwanda is responsible for providing consular services to Singaporeans and immigration services to Rwandese citizens. The High Commission also provides tourism-related information to tourists from any country. It provides information related to trade, commerce, education, and cultural exchange. The High Commission is the diplomatic connection between the two countries.

Republic of Singapore High Commission in Rwanda





Mission Type

High Commission

High Commissioner (Non-Resident)

Mr Jaspal SINGH


c/o Ministry of Foreign Affairs Tanglin Singapore 248163




65-63798000 (MFA

Emergency Tel (after hours)

65 63798000


Local Emergency Contacts
Emergency Number: 112
Fire Brigade: 111
Traffic Accidents: 113
Rwanda National Police: +250 7883311155
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 Rwanda visa free to Singapore?

Yes, Rwandanese citizens can visit Singapore without a visa. They can stay for a short time without a visa in the country.

Is Singapore bigger than Rwanda?

No, Singapore is smaller than Rwanda. Singapore’s area is around 700 km2 (270 sq mi), and Rwanda is around 24,670 km2 (9,525 sq mi). This makes Rwanda bigger than Singapore by a lot.

How can I get Singapore citizenship?

To get Singapore citizenship, you have to be eligible for certain criteria. These include: 

  • Over 21 years of age and staying as a PR in Singapore for over two years.
  • Over 21 years of age and married to a Singapore citizen for over two years.
  • Under 21 years of age, unmarried, and have at least one Singapore citizen parent or adopted by one.
  • Studying in Singapore for over three years and have attended at least one national examination.

If you match the above-mentioned criteria, you are eligible to apply for Singapore citizenship. You can get more details from this article.

What countries are close to Singapore?

The countries that are close to Singapore are Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, Vietnam, and Brunei.