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What is Duty Free Allowance for immigration to Singapore?

by Guest6005  |  12 years, 9 month(s) ago

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I want to know about duty Free Allowance for immigration to Singapore, we have 3 children and we are now moving to Singapore.

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  1. Guest8292
    Bona fide travellers are entitled to duty-free allowance for spirits, wine and beer only if all of the following conditions are met:

    (a) You are 18 years old or above;
    (b) You have spent 48 hours or more outside Singapore immediately before your arrival;
    (c) You have not arrived from Malaysia;
    (d) The liquors are for your own consumption; and
    (e) The liquors are not prohibited under section 38 of the Customs Act. There is NO GST RELIEF AND DUTY-FREE CONCESSION ON CIGARETTES AND OTHER TOBACCO PRODUCTS. Please declare them at the Red Channel for payment of duty and GST. For more information on other Duty-Free Concessions, please visit the Singapore Customs website.

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