China Embassy in Singapore & Visa Application

Visa Application at Embassy of China

Chinese visa is a permit issued by visa authorities of China in accordance with the laws and regulations of China to a foreign citizen for entry into, exit from or transit through the territory of China.

The Chinese visa authorities issue diplomatic visa, courtesy visa, service visa or ordinary visa to a foreign citizen according to his or her status, purpose of visit and type of passport.

In Singapore, you can apply for Chinese visa at Chinese visa application service center:


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22 Malacca Street, #09-00 Royal Brothers Building, Singapore 048980

Business hours:

Business Hours:Monday-Friday,Closed on Saturdays, Sundays and Public Holidays.
Submission of applications: 9:00 to 15:00.

Payment and collection: 9:00 to 16:00. Forms needed for Chinese visa application:

The China embassy strongly recommends that you complete the visa application form online so that your application can be handed quickly and applicants book appointments online for submission of applications at the embassy. Applicants having made appointments may submit applications at a dedicated counter at the time allocated.

Chinese Visa Application Procedure

Chinese Visa Application Procedure

Singapore passport holders traveling to China for less than 15 days starting from the date of entry are exempted from visa.  If you are to stay in China over 15 days, you still need to apply for a visa.

China Embassy Address


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Embassy of People’s Republic of China in Singapore
150 Tanglin Road
Singapore 247969

China Embassy Hotlines

  • Political & Press:64180239, 67343875
  • Administration:64180252, 67344737
  • Consular Dept:64712117, Fax: 64795345
  • Cultural Affairs:64180116, 67340309
  • Educational Affairs:64180120, 64180454
  • Economy and Commerce:64121935, 67338590
  • Military Affairs:64180106, 68875148

 

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