China reopens 15–day visa-free travel to Singapore residents
Tuesday, July 25, 2023
China WI Once again begins allowing residents from Singapore to enter the country for business, tourism, and family visits without visas.
The Chinese embassy in Singapore announced the resumption of the visa–free policy, which was suspended due to the COVID–19 pandemic in a statement on Sunday.
A Chinese embassy to Singapore claimed that on Wednesday, the Chinese government will resume the 15 – day visa–free policy for Singaporean citizens holding ordinary passports who enter China for business, tourism, family visits, and transit purposes.
Visas which have been issued to Singaporean citizens are still valid. Visa applications that have been lodged before will be processed normally.
China already offers 30 days or less visa–free exemptions to residents of the United Arab Emirates, Qatar, Maldives, and Fiji for work, study, or migration purposes.