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Singapore tourist visa fees
3 min read
Updated on May 14, 2024

If you plan to go to Singapore anytime soon, the one thing you should know first is that you may need a visa to cross the border. That is not the case if you come from one of the 34 visa-exempt countries, in which case you can travel to Singapore and stay there for a period that does not exceed 30 or 90 days, depending on your nationality. All the other nationalities are required to apply for a Singapore visa. 15 nationalities can do that online, so you should use iVisa’s Visa Checker to see if you qualify for an electronic visa.

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One of the most common concerns that people have regarding their visa application process is the cost. It is natural to think about money since almost all people travel with a budget in mind. However, iVisa can put your mind at ease because we have some of the most competitive fees on the market. As a result, thousands of people refer to our services, and they are more than satisfied with them.

Fee of the Singapore tourist visa

As far as the Singapore tourist visa fees are concerned, you should know that you have more than one option if you choose iVisa as your visa service. How is that possible? Because we provide three processing times, and each of them comes with its own cost. What you should know that the price of the Singapore eVisa itself remains the same no matter what option you choose. It is the service fee that increases with each option. With that being said, here are your options and the prices for each one:

  • Standard processing time – the first option you can go for is the cheapest you have at hand. Most people go for this one. As you can imagine, since it is the most affordable, it is also the slowest. Even so, you get your Singapore visa faster than you think. In fact, your document will arrive in your e-mail inbox within 24 hours, and you only have to pay USD $68.99 for it.

  • Rush processing time – the second option is not the most affordable, but not the most expensive either. If you go for this option, you will be charged USD $119.99, and you receive your visa in 4 hours.

  • Super Rush processing time – this is the most expensive processing time you can go for. Even so, when you have no choice, you must take it. It is perfect for urgent situations that require you to be on the nest plane to Singapore. Also, it is the best solution if you simply forgot that you need a Singapore visa. It costs USD $177.99, but your application is processed within as little as 30 minutes.

As far as the means of payment go, iVisa accepts multiple. You can use a credit or a debit card, but if you have an account on PayPal you can use that as well. You are required to make the payment during the second step of the online application form.

Whether you think of the Singapore tourist visa fees above as affordable or not, what we can tell you is that you will not find more competitive prices on the market.

Moreover, a consular visa may cost less when you get to the embassy, but do not forget to weigh in the time and energy you waste by taking a trip there. Whereas with iVisa you can apply from the comfort of your home or during your lunch break at work.

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