Countries Where Singaporeans Can Get Visa on arrival

If you are looking for countries that offer visa on arrival for Singaporeans, then you have landed on the right page. There were times when planning for a holiday abroad meant dealing with the troubles of applying for a visa. The never-ending queues to submit documents, all the inquisitive questions, followed by the long waiting period to receive that piece of paper qualifying you to fly overseas were probably things you never fancied.

If you’re thinking of taking your family on a trip overseas or even if you’re planning a solo trip to another country, don’t sweat thinking of the process involved in getting your visa. There are several countries that offer Visa on Arrival (VOA) to Singaporean citizens. Due to this, the visa approval process for visiting certain countries is no longer an intimidating experience. So, pack your bags and head to some of these beautiful countries, where you can get your visa when you arrive at your destination.

Canada

Canada is a country that will satiate the wanderlust of every kind of traveller. You will definitely agree when you see the beauty of the country with your own eyes. This country’s landscape is filled with beautiful lakes and gardens. For instance, the Niagara Falls is a spellbinding and magical waterfall.

What to do:

  • Visit the art museums and cultural centres at Whistler.
  • Explore the historic attractions such as The Citadel.
  • Check out the Cape Spear Lighthouse.
  • Explore the beaches like Chesterman Beach and Long Beach.
  • Snorkel or swim and have a blast with Beluga whales.

When to visit:

One of the best times to visit Canada is during summer, which is between July and August. During this time, it is quite warm and sunny, and tourists come from all over the world to visit the aquariums, national parks, and the country’s most popular hiking trails like the West Coast Trail. Winter is also a good time to visit because of the winter sports and outdoor celebrations like the Quebec Winter Carnival and Winterlude.

United Kingdom

The United Kingdom, consisting of Wales, Scotland, England, and Northern Ireland, has been one of Europe’s most famous tourist destinations. This country is appealing due to its diverse scenery and rich cultural legacy.

What to do:

  • Visit the Tower of London.
  • Explore the famous Buckingham Palace.
  • Visit the Edinburgh Castle.
  • Check out the Windsor Castle.
  • Trace the roots of Christianity at York Minster.

When to visit:

The climate in the UK is usually cold throughout the year, except for a few months in between when it a little warm. You can visit in the months of June and July as it is well-known for sports events like Wimbledon and the British Grand Prix, festivals like The Big Cheese Festival and the Monmouth Festival, and natural phenomena like English lavender fields and puffin colonies. You can even visit the UK between September and October, when the hunting season is on. You could also get to watch stags fight each other during this time of the year, along with watching a wide variety of seabirds that fly in.

Mexico

Mexico is regarded as the world’s top travel destinations because of its natural sights, cosmopolitan hubs, and beach resorts. Visitors generally associate the country with the sunny weather. However, this country has a variety of weather conditions. Just like planning any other trip, when you wish to visit this country, you must first decide the time of visit – low season or high season. Your budget will change accordingly. You will also have a better idea of what to expect in Mexico in terms of festivals and the weather.

What to do:

  • Have a fun time on the sandy beaches.
  • Visit and explore Puerto Vallarta, a seaside town.
  • Spot whales at Cabo San Lucas.
  • Unravel the mysteries of San Cristobal de las Casas.

When to visit:

Many say that the best time to visit Mexico is between November and March. This is the high season in this country as it attracts several tourists across the globe during these months. However, if you are planning to enjoy a quieter and more peaceful vacation on the beach, then it would be better to avoid the high season. From July to October, you can easily get great discounts on your hotel stays. When you take everything into consideration, October would probably be a great time to visit Mexico.

Fiji

Fiji is a popular exotic getaway that spans over 1,600 km in the Pacific Ocean (South). The country is formed by a collection of various volcanic islands. Apart from Vanua Levu and Viti Levu (the two main islands), there are approximately 900 inlets and smaller islands. If you are looking for a vacation spot that offers you peace and silence, Fiji can prove to be a great choice. Many people think that a lot of money is needed to visit this place. However, this is just a myth. Obviously, there are hotels and resorts that are expensive and may be out of your budget, but you can also find a lot of economic guest houses and smaller hotels across the country that give you good rooms and service at rates within your budget.

What to do:

  • Indulge in snorkelling in the warm and clear waters.
  • Visit the Fiji Museum.
  • Taste Kava - a drink made from the roots of pepper plants.
  • Play golf at The Pearl.
  • Go surfing.
  • Explore the old capital city of Levuka.
  • Go hiking in the Colo-i-Suva Forest.

When to visit:

The best part about Fiji is that you can visit this country at any time of the year. If you are looking for cool weather that is perfect for walking around and exploring your surroundings or a forest hike, visit the country between the months of May and September. However, if you wish to enjoy the warm beaches with warm waters that are more than comfortable to swim in or go snorkelling, choose a time between October and February. You can also enjoy a lot of tropical fruits during this time.

Ireland

The perfect blend of beautiful cliffs, green hills, castles, and friendly locals is what Ireland is popular for. For entertaining city life to historic castles, Ireland has a lot to offer to its visitors. The country is not a huge landmass and this makes it easier for you to explore it even if you are going there only for a short trip.

What to do:

  • Visit Giant’s Causeway in Northern Ireland.
  • Visit Galway and enjoy the horse racing festival in July.
  • Go hiking in Connemara.
  • Spot a few whales in Cork.
  • Enjoy at the Aran Islands.

When to visit:

You can visit Ireland at any time of the year as there is no bad time to visit this popular tourist destination. However, the weather in Ireland is quite unpredictable. You might witness pouring rain and strong wind in the summer months. The south-eastern parts of the country are often called the ‘Sunny Southeast’ and the west receives heavy showers. Carry a compact umbrella or a waterproof jacket to protect yourself from sudden showers and you are all set to enjoy the beauty of this country.

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