Indian visas-on-arrival facility for Singaporeans

Guest Writer

India has introduced a ‘Tourist Visa-on-Arrival” scheme for citizens of Finland, Japan, Luxembourg, New Zealand and Singapore at four international airports in the country.Tourists from these countries can avail of this facility at the Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai and Kolkata airports by paying a fee of SG$84 or an equivalent amount in Indian rupees per passenger (including children).The “Tourist Visa-on-Arrival” scheme is being implemented as a unilateral initiative of the Indian government to promote tourism.

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