The Consulate-General in Mumbai was first established as a Consulate in January 1987. The Consulate was later upgraded to a Consulate-General on 14 January 2008. It is currently located at Maker Chambers IV in Nariman Point, a main commercial district in South Mumbai. The mission of the Consulate-General is to safeguard the interest of Singaporeans visiting, living and working in the six states under its charge and to promote political, economic and cultural links between Singapore and India.

Key Staff Members:

Mr CHEONG Ming Foong


Mr Jerome WONG

Consul (Political)


Vice-Consul (Administration & Consular)


Singapore Missions in India

Apart from the Consulate-General in Mumbai, Singapore has a High Commission in New Delhi and a Consulate-General in Chennai. Please click on the following links to access their websites:


Consular Assistance

Singaporeans who require urgent consular assistance after office hours should call the duty officer at +91 82910 32836 and they will be re-directed accordingly.

The Singapore Consulate-General in Mumbai serves Singaporeans in the following states and union territory (in alphabetical order):

  • Chhattisgarh
  • Goa
  • Gujarat
  • Madhya Pradesh
  • Maharashtra
  • Odisha


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