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It is no secret that Singaporeans are avid travelers abroad every time there is a chance to grab. With the demanding jobs and everyday stress, travelling surely meant to be an enjoyable relaxation that must not be restrained by certain avoidable habits.
Singaporeans love to travel to various destinations around the globe. And if you are one of them, you should know the countries you can visit without a fuss on Visa, and which once require you to have one.
This year the Henley & Partners Visa Restrictions Index, a yearly global ranking of countries based on their freedom to enter another country or territory without a visa, has placed Singapore on the fifth rank together with Japan and Austria. There are 219 destination countries, yet the maximum score is 218 as the citizen’s own country is not counted and Singaporean residents can visit 170 countries visa-free.
It is obvious Singaporeans love travelling. They go overseas on long weekends and even have pre-nuptial shooting and shopping on neighboring countries. There are times when Singaporeans, especially the youth, get into trouble by having too much fun, or by getting into unforeseen circumstances.
Here are the 23 important things you need to do to ensure you get a hassle-free family vacation.
Go to eRegister of Ministry of Foreign Affairs and register as a group if your family members are not yet registered. The eRegister is a free service created by MFA for all Singapore citizens who wants to travel or live abroad regardless of the reason either for leisure, work or studies. The system records the itinerary of the citizen and other data including contact information to ensure safety and quick assistance during emergency.