Singapore Consulates

Foreign Consulates Abroad
 

  Singapore Consulates in:



Austria - Vienna
Bangladesh - Dhaka
Canada - Vancouver
Chile - Santiago
China - Chengdu
China - Guangzhou
China - Shanghai
China - Xiamen
Czech Republic - Prague
Denmark - Copenhagen
Germany - Stuttgart
Greece - Athens
Hong Kong - Hong Kong
Hungary - Budapest
India - Chennai
India - Mumbai
Indonesia - Batam
Indonesia - Pekanbaru
Ireland - Dublin
Israel - Tel Aviv
Italy - Rome
Japan - Nagoya
Japan - Osaka
Jordan - Amman
Kazakhstan - Almaty
Lebanon - Beirut
Malaysia - Johor Bahru
Mexico - Mexico City
Nigeria - Lagos
Norway - Oslo
Pakistan - Karachi
Papua New Guinea - Port Moresby
Peru - Lima
Saudi Arabia - Jeddah
Spain - Barcelona
Spain - Madrid
Switzerland - Geneva
Turkey - Istanbul
United Arab Emirates - Dubai
United States - Chicago
United States - Miami
United States - New York
United States - San Francisco
Vietnam - Ho Chi Minh City


Information Singapore Consulates

Foreign consulates of Singapore are bilateral missions abroad. The consulates of Singapore promote foreign interests abroad. Consulates are subordinate to the embassies and focus on more specific activities.

A Consulate or Consulate-General of Singapore is a diplomatic representative office or mission. The head of the Consulate or Consulate-General is a Consul or a Consul General.

A Honorary Consulate of Singapore is generally a independent person who executes certain consular duties. A Honorory Consulate is headed by a Honorory Consul who often works as the diplomatic representative on a part-time basis and often has limited powers.