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All passengers (Singapore Citizens, Permanent Residents, Long-term Pass Holders and Foreign Visitors) who will like to enter Singapore are required to submit the electronic Health Declaration Card (eHDC) via the SG Arrival Card (SGAC) e-Service before clearing immigration.
Please use the Green Channel for your baggage clearance if you do not have controlled or prohibited items to declare and have not exceeded your Duty Free Concession or GST relief.
Please use the Red Channel if you have items to declare or if in doubt.
Please refer to Singapore Customs Duty-Free Concession & GST Relief website.
You are required by law to give a full and accurate report if the total value of Physical Currency and Bearer Negotiable Instruments (CBNI)* you are moving or attempting to move (whether for yourself or on behalf of any other person, and whether together with other persons) exceeds SGD20,000 (or its equivalent in a foreign currency), when entering or leaving Singapore.
The Physical Currency and Bearer Negotiable Instruments Report (Traveller), or Form NP 727, forms are available at all checkpoints or can be downloaded from the Singapore Police Force website www.police.gov.sg.
Submit your completed form at:
On arrival in Singapore: Singapore Customs Red Channel
On departure from Singapore: immigration counter.
For more information, please visit the Singapore Police Force website www.police.gov.sg/Advisories/Crime/Commercial-Crimes/Suspicious-Transaction-Reporting-Office, under ‘Cross Border Cash Movement Reporting’.
‘Physical currency’ refers to coins and printed money. Examples of bearer negotiable instruments include a bill of exchange, cheques pay to “Cash”, cheques with “or bearer” not crossed out, promissory note, bearer bond, money order and postal order.
The punishment under the law for failing to give a full and accurate report is a fine up to SGD 50,000 or imprisonment for up to 3 years or bother, and CBNI forfeited.
You can check the entry requirements and exit procedures from Indonesia Immigration Department Website at https://www.imigrasi.go.id/en/
Please take note of visa requirements as passengers arriving without a visa (if required) will be repatriated to their country of origin.
You can check the entry requirements and exit procedures from Malaysian Immigration Department Website at www.imi.gov.my