Timothy Tye's Travel Encyclopedia
Do You Need a Vaccination for Entering Singapore?




If most cases, you do not need a vaccination for entering Singapore. The only instance you would need a vaccination is if you were in a country where yellow fever is endemic up to six days before you arrive in Singapore.

Hepatitis A and B are prevalent in Singapore, so you might want to get a hepatitis jab before coming. The country does suffer from dengue fever epidemics from time to time, but there is no vaccine for that - you just have to take care about mosquito bites and use necessary repellants.

Getting travel insurance would be advisable, so that if you should fall sick, your insurance can pay for medical services in Singapore.

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Hello and welcome! My name is or simply Tim. This is my personal encyclopedia. I created it to compile all the information about places. It represents my body of travel knowledge collected since 2003, and still being updated almost daily.

As a Christian, I write on travel so that God's Good News can reach every corner of the world and connect with those needing it. If you wish to ask me anything, feel free to contact me here. Thank you for visiting, and have a great day!


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