The Singapore High Commission in Kuala Lumpur was established shortly after Singapore gained independence on 9 August 1965. Singapore's first High Commissioner to Malaysia was the late Mr Ko Teck Kin. The current High Commissioner, Mr Vanu Gopala Menon, assumed his post on 25 November 2014.

Key Staff Members

H.E Vanu Gopala Menon
High Commissioner

Mr Loy Hui Chien
Deputy High Commissioner

Mr Shivakumar Nair
Deputy High Commissioner (Designate)

Mr Lim Choon Huat Jonathan
Acting Minister-Counsellor (Administration & Consular)

Mr Wee Boon Chew 
Counsellor

Mr Tay Lide
Counsellor (Economics)

Mr Lo Seng Chai
Counsellor

COL Low Chung Guan
Defence Adviser

LTC Sunim Singh
Assistant Defence Adviser

Ms Yong Xin Tian
First Secretary (Political)

Mr Sakthishwarran s/o Kalasegaran
First Secretary (Political)

Mr Bhargav Sriganesh
First Secretary (Political)

Mr Kee Wei Jian, Darren
First Secretary (Political)

Mr Syed Arafat Hussain
First Secretary (Public Affairs)

Ms Cheryl Tan Si Ying
Second Secretary (Administration & Consular)

Ms Ruthanne Soh Ying
Second Secretary (Political)

Mr Mohamed Asik Bin Akbarsha
Second Secretary (Visa & Consular)

Mr Ramesh s/o Devadasan
Second Secretary

Mr Mohamed Haja Fareed s/o Mohamed Yusoff      
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