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Information for tourists and prospective visa and residency applicants

Singaporean citizens DO NOT NEED a visa in order to stay in Czechia and the EU for up to 90 days, for non-profit reasons. They still need valid health insurance. There are currently no special COVID19 entry conditions.

Visa Appointments:

As for the visa requirements please see the respective sections of our website:

Official communication board

Available here.

The Official Communication Board of the Embassy publishes documents that have not been delivered to the addressee in person, through a postal service operator or in another appropriate manner in accordance with the provisions of Section 169b(4) of Act No.326/1999 Coll., on the residence of foreigners in the territory of the Czech Republic and on amendments to certain acts, as amended. In accordance with the aforementioned provision of the Act, the document shall be published for 15 days in a manner allowing remote access and shall be deemed to have been served on the fifteenth day after publication.

Embassy's Visa Section:

Consul and Deputy Head of Mission: Mr. Petr Manoušek
Consular Officer: Mr. Róbert Novotný

The address and office hours of the consulate can be found in the "about the Embassy" section of our website. A personal visit must be arranged in advance by e-mail

E-mail: consulate_singapore@mzv.cz (attachments only up to the total of 10 MB)

Tel.: +65 6797 1050, +65 6797 1069

Emergency helpline number:

+65 9011 6411

This Embassy provides 24/7 emergency helpline (including after working hours, weekends and state holidays) in case a Czech person finds themselves in any kind of serious emergency within the boundaries of Singapore. Please, call this number only in very serious personal emergency, which cannot be dealt with during the regular business hours of the Embassy, such as: stolen or lost passport (when making it in time for the flight might not be possible otherwise and so there is a pressing need of emergency passport issuance), accident, injury with hospitalisation, life threatened, police detention, etc.

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