Embassy of Belgium in Singapore

Belgium in Singapore

Belgium in Singapore

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The Embassy of Belgium moved to 79 Robinson Road #25-01, 068897 Singapore. Our telephone number and email address remain unchanged.

Transiting through Singapore 

For transit in Singapore, passengers must have both flights booked in the same booking itinerary and have their checked-in luggage tagged-through from the origin airport to their final destination.  In case you have booked your onward ticket and you have to collect your ticket in Singapore (which is the case for several low cost airlines), you have to clear Singapore Immigration and comply with the Singaporean entry conditions instead.

In case of doubt, the Singaporean Immigration may irrevocably refuse entry and you will be send back to your initial departure country.

More information can be found on the website of the Singaporean Immigration and Changi airport:

https://www.ica.gov.sg/enter-transit-depart/transiting-singapore

https://www.changiairport.com/en/airport-guide/transit.html

 

Travel restrictions due to the Covid-19 pandemic 

Travel to Belgium

From 23 May 2022, measures for Belgium will only apply to travellers coming from a very high risk country.

The ban on non-essential travel to Belgium has been lifted. Travellers no longer need to present a proof of vaccination, nor complete the Passenger Locator Form. There is no obligation to test (pre-departure and after arrival) nor quarantine. More information on https://www.info-coronavirus.be/en/travels/. Please consult this website regularly as rules may change.

Travel to Singapore

Travel from Belgium to Singapore is again possible for vaccinated travellers. The conditions for access to the territory of Singapore can be found on the website of the Singaporean Immigration (ICA).

  • People over the age of 12 must:
    • Present a digital vaccination certificate: the certificate issued by Belgium is accepted in Singapore;
    • Complete the SG arrival card before departure.
  • Short-term travelers (less than 30 days) are considered fully vaccinated if they have received the required doses of an WHO-recognized vaccine.
  • Travellers who are not fully Vaccinated with COVID-19 WHO recognized vaccines, must take a pre-Departure Test (PDT) and have travel insurance covering COVID-19.

In order to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, the Singaporean Ministry of Health provides measures which can be consulted on a website devoted to the coronavirus.

 

 
Singapore

 

The Embassy of Belgium is open to the public upon appointment only between 8:30AM and 12AM and between 1:30PM and 4PM.

Click here to make an appointment at the Belgian Embassy in Singapore.

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Closing dates of the Embassy in 2023:  2, 23 and 24 January / 7 and 10 April / 1, 18 and 29 May / 3 and 29 June / 21 July / 9 August / 1 and 13 November / 25 December

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News

26 Jan

On Thursday 26 January 2023, the charter of Philip of Alsace, Count of Flanders, which was kept in the Benedictine Abbey of Messines (Mesen) in West Flanders, and which had disappeared at the beginning of the First World War, was officially handed over to the State Archives of Belgium. The charter had resurfaced at The Metropolitan Museum of Art of New York City (The Met) in December 2016. In early 2020, The Met agreed return this precious document, which is part of our cultural heritage, to Belgium.

19 Jan

Belgium will send 3,000 tons of salt to Ukraine to deice public roads in the current winter conditions.

12 Jan

In 2023, the FPS Foreign Affairs, Foreign Trade and Development Cooperation is recruiting to strengthen its services, both in Brussels and abroad.

18 Dec

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs calls on Belgian nationals visiting Iran to leave the country as soon as possible in view of the increased risk of arbitrary detention in the light of the current deterioration of the security situation throughout Iran.

12 Dec

This year, Belgium has allocated 1,637,000 euros to the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) for the prevention of nuclear proliferation and the promotion of nuclear cooperation in the fields of medicine, scientific research and of farming.