The capital of the state of Singapore is the city Singapore - a major financial and business center, one of the most developed cities in all of Southeast Asia. "Lion City" - this is the literal translation of the name from the Malay language. Colorful, modern, this city impresses with its contrasts and exoticism. It impresses with the embodiment of the boldest ideas in architecture.
Five religions coexist peacefully, skyscrapers border on China Towns and Indian quarters and there are lively festivals every week.

Country-specific regulations on COVID-19
12 Days
Cultural tour & beach holidays
15 Days
Cultural tour & beach holidays
Please inform yourself in advance which visa regulations apply to you
The visa can be issued upon entry. The travel document should be valid for at least 6 months at the time of travel.
The Singapore Dollar (SGD) is the currency of Singapore. 1 € corresponds to approx. 1.55 SGD (as of 09/10/2021).
The money can be exchanged in banks or exchange offices. For security reasons, we advise against exchanging money with private individuals.
Credit card payments are widespread in Singapore.
Singaporean cuisine is truly a mix of dishes from the most diverse cuisines around the world, while Singaporeans are incredibly proud of it. The diet is very varied and includes a lot of rice, vegetables, seafood and spices. As sweets, Singaporeans consume tropical fruits and fruit-based desserts. There are plenty of restaurants, cafés and eateries to suit all tastes. It is particularly recommended to try the following dishes:
1. Chili Crab - served in a deep bowl filled with ginger, onion, garlic, chili and tomato paste sauce.
2. Hainanese chicken rice
3. Mee Goreng - spicy noodles with seafood, eggs, chicken or tofu with oyster sauce.
We recommend that you always order a less spicy version for you.
Singapore has the following four official languages: Chinese, English, Malay and Tamil. English is the main language spoken in business and also the language of instruction in a large number of schools.
Overall, English or Singlish (a variant of the English language spoken in Singapore) is spoken most often at home (37%), followed by Standard Chinese (35%), Chinese dialects (12%), Malay (11%) and Tamil (3%) ).
The most common religions in Singapore are Buddhism (33%), Christianity (19%), Islam (14%), Taoism (10%) and Hinduism (5%). 18.5% of the population of Singapore do not practice any religion.
In Singapore, due to the limited space, institutions of different religions are in close proximity to one another. Buddhist and Hindu temples, Christian churches and Islamic mosques are partly next door or directly opposite. This peaceful coexistence is the result of years of effort, equality and the guarantee of mutual respect.
Before entering the country, make sure that the standard vaccinations according to the vaccination calendar according to your home country are up to date for all travelers.
Vaccinations against hepatitis A are recommended as travel vaccinations, and also against hepatitis B and typhoid in the case of long-term stays or special exposure.
In order to properly prepare for your trip, you should consult your family doctor. In addition to the advice of your doctor, a foreign health insurance and travel cancellation insurance are recommended.