Singapore health & safety
Medical facilities in Singapore are of an excellent standard. You’ll find pharmacies at supermarkets, department, stores and shopping centers, and many hotels even have their own doctor on-call around the clock. For an ambulance dial 995.
No vaccinations are required for travelers from the US. You will find the tap water safe to drink in Singapore.
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Safety and security
Singapore remains calm and stable, and is one of the safest countries in the world to visit. Violent crime is very rare but you should take the usual precautions regarding street crime by:
· Taking care of your passport
· Leaving tickets and unneeded cash at your hotel
· Avoid taking valuables with you
· If using a car avoid leaving unattended valuables in the vehicle.
*The Small Print
We’ve tried to make this destination guide as accurate as possible but please double check the essentials like visas, health and safety, airport information etc with the relevant authorities before you travel. STA Travel takes no responsibility for loss, injury or inconvenience caused as a result of this guide. All prices listed are in the currency of the destination, unless otherwise stated.