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Cruise

The International Passenger Terminal at HarbourFront in Singapore services over 1 million cruise passengers arriving or departing on more than 33 cruise lines each year.
 
Singapore is very accessible by air, land or sea. Singapore’s Changi International Airport serves more than 100 airlines, with flights to more than 200 cities in over 60 countries and territories. There are two causeways that connect Singapore to Malaysia, which can be traversed by car, bus or train. Regional ferries are abundant and connect Singapore to the islands of Indonesia as well as to ports on the east coast of Malaysia.
 
Useful information for cruise passengers:
Baggage Information
All baggage brought on board a vessel is subject to security screening. In certain circumstances, checked baggage may be subject to further scrutiny. Weapons, combustible items, explosive materials, toxic or other dangerous substances are prohibited in Protected Areas and in the terminal premises unless prior approval has been given.
 
For arrival passengers, bulk baggage, or baggage that exceeds weight or size limits, must be handed over to the ships service crew before leaving the ship. In some instances, crew on duty will instruct passengers to hand over bulky items before disembarking.
 
Singapore Cruise Centre shall not be held liable for:

  • • Water damage to baggage;
  • • Damage to the baggage exterior, such as scratches, dents, stains or fixtures (e.g. handles, wheels);
  • • Loss of any undeclared items;
  • • Loss or damage of items in unsuitably packed or unsecured baggage.

Singapore Customs
Customs Clearance

Please use the Green Channel for your baggage clearance if you do not have controlled or prohibited items to declare and have not exceeded your Duty Free Concession or GST relief.
Please use the Red Channel if you have items to declare or if in doubt

 
Alcohol Allowance
If you are above 18 years of age, traveled from countries other than Malaysia and have spent 48 hours or more outside Singapore immediately before your arrival, you are granted the following duty-free concessions for liquors:

Option

Spirits

Wine

Beer

A

1 Litre

1 Litre

1 Litre

B

-

2 Litres

1 Litre

C

-

1 Litre

2 Litres


If you are a bona fide crew member, you will be granted duty-free concession on 0.25litre of spirits, and either 1 litre of wine or 1 litre of beer.
 

Cigarettes Allowance
There is no duty-free concession for Tobacco, including cigarettes and cigars. Such dutiable goods should be declared. (For more information on GST Relief and other Duty-Free Concession

If in doubt, always seek clearance at the Red Channel.

Cash Allowance
As of 1 November 2007, the Corruption, Drug Trafficking and Other Serious Crime (Confiscation of Benefits) Act requires that a persons who moves into or out of Singapore, Physical Currency and Bearer Negotiable Instruments (CBNI) the total value of which exceeds SGD30,000.00 (or its equivalent in a foreign currency) must give a report to an Immigration Officer or to the Suspicious Transaction Reporting Office.
 


GST Import Relief
Bona-fide traveller who is not a holder of a work permit, employment pass, student pass, dependent pass or long-term pass, will be given GST relief on new articles, souvenirs, gifts and food preparations (excluding intoxicating liquors, tobacco and petroleum products) up to the following value shown in the table below:

Period away from Singapore

Value of Goods

48 hrs and above

$ 600

less than 48 hrs

-$ 150



Please be informed that the above relief is granted on an individual basis and is not applicable if the goods are brought in for trade, commercial or business purposes, or carried on behalf of other persons. For goods exceeding the eligible GST relief, travellers are required to make payment for the taxes at the Customs Tax Counter before exiting the Green/Red Channel.


Ferry

  • At SCC, we welcome over 1 million cruise passengers via more than 33 cruise lines annually. It is our pride to make every cruise journey to/from Singapore, a pleasant one.

Baggage Information
All baggage will be screened by terminal security. Passengers may be required to have their checked baggage undergo further security screening if deemed necessary.
 
Please note that any weapons, combustible items, explosive materials, toxic or other dangerous substances is prohibited in SCCPL’s Protected Area / Premises unless prior approval has been given.
 
The arriving passenger/s shall hand over the baggage which exceeds the limitation to the service crew of the ship before they disembark. Ship staff on duty at the exit of the ship will stop and refer passenger/s to deposit their bulky baggage with the service crew of the ship near the exit if their baggage does not meet the requirement.
 
Singapore Cruise Centre shall not be held liable for:

  • • Water damage to baggage;
  • • Damage to the baggage exterior, such as scratches, dents, stains or fixtures (e.g. handles, wheels);
  • • Loss of any undeclared items;
  • • Loss or damage of items in unsuitably packed or unsecured baggage

Singapore Customs
Customs Clearance

Please use the Green Channel for your baggage clearance if you do not have controlled or prohibited items to declare and have not exceeded your Duty Free Concession or GST relief.
Please use the Red Channel if you have items to declare or if in doubt
Alcohol Allowance

If you are above 18 years of age, traveled from countries other than Malaysia and have spent 48 hours or more outside Singapore immediately before your arrival, you are granted the following duty-free concessions for liquors:
 


Option

Spirits

Wine

Beer

A

1 Litre

1 Litre

1 Litre

B

-

2 Litres

1 Litre

C

-

1 Litre

2 Litres

 

If you are a bona fide crew member, you will be granted duty-free concession on 0.25litre of spirits, and either 1 litre of wine or 1 litre of beer.
 

Cigarettes Allowance
 
There is no duty-free concession for Tobacco, including cigarettes and cigars. Such dutiable goods should be declared./p>

If in doubt, always seek clearance at the Red Channel.

Cash Allowance
 
As of 1 November 2007, the Corruption, Drug Trafficking and Other Serious Crime (Confiscation of Benefits) Act requires that a persons who moves into or out of Singapore, Physical Currency and Bearer Negotiable Instruments (CBNI) the total value of which exceeds SGD30,000.00 (or its equivalent in a foreign currency) must give a report to an Immigration Officer or to the Suspicious Transaction Reporting Office.
 
GST Import Relief
Bona-fide traveller who is not a holder of a work permit, employment pass, student pass, dependent pass or long-term pass, will be given GST relief on new articles, souvenirs, gifts and food preparations (excluding intoxicating liquors, tobacco and petroleum products) up to the following value shown in the table below:

Please be informed that the above relief is granted on an individual basis and is not applicable if the goods are brought in for trade, commercial or business purposes, or carried on behalf of other persons. For goods exceeding the eligible GST relief, travellers are required to make payment for the taxes at the Customs Tax Counter before exiting the Green/Red Channel.

 

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