Singapore Visa for Malian Citizens

Apply for Singapore eVisa from Malian

Visiting a new country like Singapore is really exciting. But dealing with visa and paperwork can feel overwhelming. The good news is, Singapore has a simple online visa system for people from Mali. You don’t need to visit the embassy or go in person to get your visa.

Additionally you can get the eVisa processed in just 6 to 8* working days.

You just have to fill out the online visa application and submit it along with the visa fee. It merely takes five minutes of your time, that too from the comfort of your couch.

When the visa is approved, it gets sent to you via email. You can download and print it and start your journey in the most convenient fashion.

Remember, the Singapore Visa for Malian citizens has a 29-day stay limit. After that time, you will have to exit the country or apply for another visa.

*If you choose Premium processing, you’ll receive your visa in just 6 to 8 business days. If you go for Standard processing, it will take around 10 to 12 business days. Remember, these time frames don’t include holidays, weekends, or the day you applied for the visa.

Benefits of Singapore eVisa for Malian Citizens

Applying Online
With the required documents and information, the online application takes 5 minutes to complete.

Faster Processing
After submitting your visa application, our visa experts start processing it shortly.

Track Your Visa
You get to check your visa progress right from your account with us.

Visa Delivered to Your Email
When the visa is approved, it gets sent to your email inbox.

Pricing of Singapore Visa for Malian Tourists

Premium Processing (Single Entry Visa)

Estimated at 6-8 working days for completion
160 USD

Premium Processing (Double Entry Visa)

Estimated at 6-8 working days for completion
170 USD

Standard Processing (Single Entry Visa)

Estimated at 10-12 working days for completion
120 USD

Standard Processing (Double Entry Visa)

Estimated at 10-12 working days for completion
130 USD
All Packages are eligible for

Upon visa approval, we will promptly email it to the address provided in your application—no passport stickers required.

Once your visa is approved, download and print the eVisa or save it on your phone to present either the soft or printed copy at the Singapore immigration checkpoint.

Singapore Visa Requirements for Malian Citizens

Passport Requirements

  • A valid Malian passport that has six (6) months of validity from your date of arrival in Singapore.
  • A digital copy of your passport’s main page is required. You have to upload it with your online visa application.
  • Children visiting Singapore must have their own visa application and get their individual visa.

Photo Guidelines

  • A recently taken passport-sized photo (taken within the last three months). This should be uploaded with your visa application form.
  • The photo should have a white background and also be in color.
  • You can cover your head for religious reasons, but your face should be visible from ear to ear.

Travel Needs

  • Flight tickets: Fight ticket booking is mandatory for the Singapore eVisa application. You need to have both inbound and outbound ticket bookings. If you haven’t booked your flight yet, we can help you with it.
  • Hotel Booking: Your hotel booking is also required in the Singapore eVisa application. It is a mandatory requirement like the flight tickets. If you don’t have any of them, we can also assist you with it.
  • SG Arrival Card: After your visa is approved, you have to get your SG Arrival Card. Both the eVisa and Singapore Arrival Card are mandatory to enter Singapore. Make sure you complete it before you start your journey.

Additional Visa Requirements

The Immigration and Checkpoints Authority (ICA) sometimes requires additional information and documents to process the visa. In such scenarios, we will contact you and explain it to you. We will also guide you with the required documents and information needed.

Singapore Visa Processing Time for Malian Citizens

If you use Premium processing, you can get your Singapore eVisa in only 6 to 8 working days. But if you choose Standard processing, it usually takes about 10 to 12 working days (excluding weekends, holidays, and the day you send it).

It’s best to apply at least 2 weeks before your planned travel date to avoid any problems. Also, ensure all your information and documents are correct before applying for the visa.

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FAQ

The answer is yes; Mali citizens, along with any eligible foreigners visiting Singapore, need a visa to enter. The visa application can be applied online from the comfort of your home with minimal requirements.

You can apply for a Singapore tourist visa online by clicking the “Apply Now” button above. Ensure you have the documents and information to apply for the visa. Then, fill out the application and submit it.

The cost of a Singapore tourist visa is mentioned above in our pricing section. Visit this page regularly to get the updated pricing information.

Sadly, there is no visa on arrival in Singapore. Instead, you can apply for a Singapore visa online and get it delivered to your email inbox within a few days. The visa application is online and takes 5 minutes to complete.

The documents required for Singapore travel are generally your valid Mali passport with six (6) months of validity from the date of entry, flight tickets (inbound and outbound), hotel booking, and your SG Arrival Card. Depending on the ICA rules, you might need a few other optional documents. So make sure you check with our visa specialists before traveling to Singapore.

The Singapore tourist visa is valid for 29 days from the date of entry. You will have to exit after 29 days. If you wish to extend your stay, you can apply for a visa extension online.

As a Mali citizen, You can get your Singapore visa at the lowest in 6-8 working days in Premium Visa processing. We recommend you to apply for a visa well in advance of your travel date. So you can get your visa in time.

You cannot stay in Singapore without a visa. After your visa expires, you must exit or apply for a new visa. If you stay in Singapore without a visa, you will face legal consequences from Singapore's immigration department.

There is a dedicated FAQ page with more information. If you are still unable to find what you are looking for on the FAQ page, please send us a message on our contact page. We will get back to you soon. You can also use the Live Chat option for faster replies.

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