China, Singapore to initiate mutual 30-day visa-free travel

China and Singapore have proposed a 30-day mutual visa exemption agreement between both countries.

Aiming to implement it early next year, discussions on operational details are currently ongoing between the two nations.

The agreement will enable more people-to-people exchanges between China and Singapore

When implemented, the initiative will enable more people-to-people exchanges between the two countries.

Chinese citizens currently require a visa to enter Singapore, while Singaporeans can enter China without a visa for 15 days if travelling for business, sightseeing, visiting relatives and friends, and in transit.

China had recently offered visa-free travel to six countries in a bid to boost tourism recovery.

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