Travel & Visa


Visitors from certain regions will be required to apply for a visa to enter Singapore. Most visa applications will take about three working days – excluding the day of submission. Some applications may take longer to process. Please refer to the Immigration & Checkpoints Authority (ICA)'s website for more information.



Due to the evolving COVID-19 situation in Singapore and around the world, please refer to ICA's website for the latest updates on Singapore's border control measures in response to the outbreak. The IOI 2021 Organising Committee is closely monitoring the developments of the COVID-19 outbreak. The most relevant page (that keeps evolving) is this "Travelling to Singapore" page that spells out the entry requirements for countries/regions that have Reciprocal Green Lane agreement with Singapore, Air Travel Pass/Bubble, and others (with some exception).



IOI 2021 is pleased to have Singapore Airlines as a partner and official airline for the event. IOI participants will have the opportunity to enjoy discounted airfare prices when using the event promo code to purchase their airline tickets. More details about the promo code will be provided soon, and will be issued to all team leaders once it is available.

Remarks: Exclusive fares are for selected places of origins only and are not applicable on top of other promotional fares. After entering the promo code, you will be redirected to a page displaying the selected places of origins where the discount is applicable. Discounts will be automatically applied to those fares.



All visitors who have been in or passed through a country at risk of yellow fever are also required to have a valid International Certificate of Vaccination for yellow fever. The certificate needs to be presented to the ICA officer at the point of immigration clearance. Please refer to the ICA's website for more information.