Singapore Embassy in Tunisia

Information About the Singapore Embassy in Tunisia

The Singapore Embassy in Tunisia serves as the diplomatic connection between Tunisia and Singapore. It provides consular services to Singaporeans living in Tunisia and immigration assistance to Tunisians and other travelers. The Embassy also provides information on trade, investment, cultural and educational exchange between the two countries.

Embassy of the Republic of Singapore in Tunisia





Mission Type


Ambassador (Non-Resident)

Mr Anthony ANG Meng Huat


c/o Ministry of Foreign Affairs Tanglin Singapore 248163




65-63798000 (MFA)

Emergency Tel (after hours)




Local Emergency Contacts
Police: 197
Medical Emergencies: 190
Civil Protection: 198
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 ( for more details.

Singaporean Representations in Neighboring Countries

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Which countries do not need visa to enter Singapore?

There are 159 countries that do not need a visa to enter Singapore. A handful of countries (36) need visas. The countries mentioned below are required to have a visa beforehand. If you are not a citizen of any of the countries, you may enter Singapore Visa-Free.

Is Tunisia part of Schengen country?

The answer is no. Tunisia is not a member of the Schengen countries. The Schengen countries are Austria, Belgium, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, and Switzerland.

How to get Singapore citizenship?

You can get Singapore citizenship if you fill in the eligible requirements. The requirements are as follows: 

  • 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 apply and check the full details from the ICA website.

Does Singapore visa get stamped on passport?

The answer is no. Singapore visas are not stamped on your passport. Singapore provides electronic visas or eVIsa. These visas are emailed to your inbox and linked to your passport number.

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