MFA Travel Notices Copyright. Government of Singapore en-us Sat, 21 Jul 2018 10:15:04 +0800 MFA Travel Notices Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Singapore 144 78 Travel Advisory for the Maldives [Updated: 21 February 2018] The Maldives Government has extended the state of emergency for 30 days effective from 20 February 2018. In view of the unstable situation in the Maldives, Singaporeans are advised to defer all non-essential travels to the Maldives until the situation stabilises. Singapore has no diplomatic representation in the Maldives which constrains our ability to extend consular assistance in an emergency. 2018-02-21T00:00:00.000+08:00 Travel Notice for Kuwait [Updated: 15 February 2018] Singaporeans, who are either travelling to or already in Kuwait, are advised to exercise caution, be vigilant and take all necessary precautions to ensure personal safety.&nbsp; They should monitor the local news closely, observe instructions from local security authorities, and avoid areas of public gatherings or known for disturbances.&nbsp; They should also purchase comprehensive travel and medical insurance and be familiar with their coverage.&nbsp; In addition, Singaporeans are strongly encouraged to eRegister with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs at <a href=""></a> so that we can contact you should the need arise.&nbsp; Singaporeans are also advised to stay in touch with your family and friends so that they know you are safe. 2018-02-15T00:00:00.000+08:00 Travel Notice: Volcanic Activity in Bali [11 February 2018] Mount Agung has erupted several times since 21 November 2017.&nbsp; On 10 February 2018, the Indonesian authorities lowered Mount Agung’s alert status from the highest Level 4 to Level 3 (Standby). The exclusion zone was also reduced from 6km to 4km around its crater.&nbsp;Indonesian authorities have said that Mount Agung continues to show signs of volcanic activity and the possibility of a volcanic eruption remains. The alert level for Mount Agung can change at short notice. 2018-02-11T00:00:00.000+08:00 Travel Notice for Belgium [Updated: 1 February 2018] On 22 January 2018, the Belgian Co-ordinating Body for Threat Analysis (OCAM) revised downwards the general threat level for Belgium from level 3 to level 2. &nbsp;However, the threat level remains at level 3 for certain key locations (Note: Level 2 on a scale of 4 signifies that an attack is less likely, while level 3 indicates a significant and probable threat of attack). &nbsp; 2018-02-01T00:00:00.000+08:00 Travel Advisory: Mayon Volcano in Albay Province, Philippines [23 January 2018] <b><u></u></b> 2018-01-23T00:00:00.000+08:00