About Singapore

Ideally positioned in the South-East Asia, Singapore is a thriving metropolis that has transformed from a sleepy fishing village to a global business hub, offering world-class infrastructure, a fully integrated island-wide transport network and vibrant living spaces. Though smaller than many major cities around the world, this city state has managed to make its mark on the world with some top-notch accolades despite its diminutive size and relatively young age. That being said, Singapore has hosted many world-class events and has been constantly voted as a top MICE destination. Moreover, Singapore houses award-winning event venues, UNESCO World Heritage Site – Botanic Gardens, multiple shopping paradise and many other attractions. Whether you are here for business and leisure Singapore has something to offer for everyone. We welcome you to this sunny island at CAI 2024. To find out more about Singapore, visit

Travelling to Singapore

All travellers are welcome to Singapore regardless of COVID-19 vaccination status. From 13 February 2023, all travellers can enter Singapore with no entry approvals, pre-departure tests, on-arrival tests, quarantine, and COVID-19 travel insurance required. 

To enter Singapore, travellers need to ensure the following, 

  1. A minimum of 6-months passport validity
  2. Visa, if applicable
  3. A submitted SG Arrival Card, up to 3 days before arrival (Not applicable for Singapore Citizens, Permanent Residents and Long-Term Pass Holders)
  4. An international certificate for vaccination for Yellow Fever, if applicable

From 11 March 2022, all foreign visitors arriving in Singapore will be notified digitally of their visit pass through email. There will not be any endorsement on your passport. The notification will indicate period of stay granted and last day of stay allowed. Please ensure that you provide a valid email address when submitting the SG Arrival Card. 


Singapore COVID-19 Situation

Singapore has transited to DORSCON Green and have stood down practically all social restrictions and treating the disease as endemic. Despite the endemic situation, Singapore is watching the situation closely. Below are the general guidelines for COVID-19 measures in Singapore.

For more information on travel essentials, you may visit here.


Visa Information

For more information on visa and to check if you need a visa, please visit here. You are advised to apply for an entry visa within 30 days prior to arrival in Singapore. If you require a V39a form, please complete the form and submit to the Conference Secretariat here.

Please contact conference secretariat for any assistance.