24 June 2023
France remains at risk of terrorist attacks. The national security alert system – Vigipirate - is currently at the second level of “Reinforced security – risk of attack”. It is a state of enhanced vigilance and security that allows the authorities to employ additional security measures in specific areas affected by the threat. Demonstrations can take place without notice in France. These can occasionally turn violent and disrupt traffic and public transportation. Singaporeans are advised to avoid such protests, heed the instructions of local authorities, and exercise vigilance.
As always, Singaporeans are encouraged to eRegister with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs so that we can contact you should the need arise. Singaporeans are also advised to stay in touch with your family and friends so that they know you are safe. Purchase comprehensive travel and medical insurance and be familiar with the terms and coverage. Those in need of consular assistance may contact the Singapore Embassy in Paris or the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Duty Office at:
Embassy of the Republic of Singapore in France
16 rue Murillo, 75008 Paris, France
Tel: +33 1 56 79 68 00
Emergency Tel (after hours): +33 6 75 03 25 55
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Ministry of Foreign Affairs Duty Office (24-hours)
Tanglin, Singapore 248163
Tel: +65 6379 8800 or 8855
The Embassy will be closed on Tuesday, 27 February 2024, exceptionally from 1pm onwards. We will reopen on Wednesday, 28 February 2024. If you require urgent consular assistance, please contact as at our emergency line (+33-6-7503-2555).
With effect from 9 February 2024, holders of ordinary passports issued by the People’s Republic of China will be exempted from visa requirements for a stay of up to 30 days in Singapore. Holders of all other travel documents issued by the PRC must continue to apply for an entry visa before travel into Singapore.* Please note that there will be no refund of the visa processing fee for those who had earlier submitted an application. * These include the PRC Travel Document, Hong Kong SAR Document of Identity (DOI) and Macau SAR Travel Permit. Holders of diplomatic, public affairs and service passports issued by the PRC will continue to be exempted from visa requirements for a stay of up to 30 days in Singapore as per current treatment.