The Government of the Republic of Singapore and the Government of the Republic of the Union of Myanmar have mutually agreed on visa exemption for holders of ordinary passports for social visits not exceeding 30 days, subject to prevailing entry requirements.
The visa exemption which came into effect on 1 December 2016 is only applicable for entry and exit by Yangon, Mandalay and Nay Pyi Taw international airports. Persons entering and exiting by land border checkpoints or who are staying in Myanmar for longer than 30 days will require a visa. For more details, please contact the nearest Myanmar Embassy/Consulate of the country that you wish to enter or exit by land or by sea.
There are still restrictions imposed on travellers visiting some parts of Myanmar. Travellers should check the website of the Myanmar Ministry of Hotels and Tourism (www.myanmartourism.org/index.php/tourist-information) for the updated list of restricted areas in the country, and check with the nearest Myanmar Embassy or Consulate on whether any special permits are required to enter these areas.
To Other Countries
The Singapore Ministry of Foreign Affairs has a website listing visa requirements for Singaporeans travelling to other countries. You may view this here.
However, you are strongly recommended to contact the nearest Embassy of the country you wish to visit in order to obtain up to date and reliable information on the visa requirements that apply.