Singaporeans do not need a visa to travel to China. Unfortunately, i hold a Malaysian passport so Visa is a requirement. The official website for the Chinese Visa Application Service Center is here. However there is still a lot of information to digest. The center is conveniently located in CBD. Upon arriving at the lobby, you will see signs that leads you the center.
- Address: 80 Robinson Road, #16-01/02/02A, Singapore 068898
- Business Hours: Monday-Friday.Closed on Saturdays, Sundays and Public Holidays.
Submission of applications: 9:00to 15:00.
- Payment and collection: 9:00 to 16:00.
This is based on a Malaysian as a Singapore PR applying Chinese Visa in Singapore.
- Complete the online application form and print it out. You can also download the PDF application form and fill out manually.
- A passport sized (43mm x 33mm) photo with white background. There is a passport photo machine at the center.
- Confirmed flight booking ticket/itinerary
- Confirmed hotel/AirBnB booking
- Re-entry permit (REP) for PR
- Singapore PR NRIC. For EP/S-Pass/WP holders, your corresponding passes
- Colour photocopy of the first page of your passport. There is a color photocopying service behind the reception at $1.00
If you forgot to print out a document or a booking, the reception also provides “Email to print” service at $1.00 per piece.
Processing time and fees
- Regular service: The processing time is usually 4 working days. (If you apply on Tuesday, you can get it by Friday 9:00am.) – $110 Single, $135 for Double entry
- Express service: The processing time is usually 3 working days. (If you apply on Tuesday, you can get it by Thursday 9:00am.) – $175 Single, $200 Double entry
- Urgent service: The processing time is usually 2 working days. (Submission before 14:00, you can collect next day 9:00 – 16:00) – $220 Single, $245 Doule entry
Payment is on collection day itself. Cash, NETS and Union Pay is accepted.