Turkey visa for Singapore nationals

For visits of less than 90 days within 180 days of initial admission to Turkey, all Singapore passport holders do not require a visa.

Because visa regulations might change at any time, we recommend that you check with your travel agency or the Turkish Embassy in Singapore for the most up-to-date information. If your passport does not have enough space for entry and exit stamps, you may be denied entry to Turkey.

Turkey visa for Singapore nationals

Singapore is on the list of countries that do not require a visa for travel to Turkey within 90 days. Therefore:

If you are staying in Turkey for fewer than 90 days, a visa is not required.

If you plan to stay in Turkey for more than 90 days, you will need a visa.

If you want to stay in Turkey for more than 90 days, you can contact and apply at the Turkish Embassy in Singapore.

What documents do I need for an online application?

Passport — obtaining a passport should not be difficult, and you should be able to obtain one quickly. If you already have one, make sure it’s valid and that you can use it correctly when traveling. Take a quick look at the date of expiration.

Email- Your Turkey e-Visa will be linked to your passport, but you will still need to present a copy at the Turkish immigration office. Make certain that the address you supply is correct.

What are the processing times and fees to get a visa for Turkey for Singaporean nationals?

Your form will be handled within 24 hours if you choose standard processing. Despite having the longest processing period, it’s a great option for people who have plenty of time to plan their trip. You will be charged USD 25.00 for the service.

Turkey embassy in Singapore

2 Shenton Way #10-03, SGX Centre 1,68804,Singapore


How to get help with your visa application?

You can apply for a Turkish visa on your own but if you need help with your visa application you can go through a reliable visa service. Search for a good visa service close to you. Depending on your nationality and the time you have, one service can be more convenient than the other.

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