How to get there

Flight bookings
Self-funded and sponsored participants must book their own flights, but given the central location of Singapore in Asia, participants have the choice of several carriers. To facilitate flight reservations, the BAQ website provides an overview of the main airlines that flies to Singapore.

Links to websites of airlines

* Air China -
* Air India -
* Biman Bangladesh Airlines -
* Cathay Pacific -
* China Southern -
* Drukair -
* Garuda Indonesia -
* Lufthansa -
* Malaysia Airlines -
* Pakistan International Airlines -
* Philippine Airlines -
* Singapore Airlines -
* SriLankan Airlines -
* Thai Airways -

Nationals from certain countries will require a visa. However, for many countries no visa is required, and participants can obtain a visa upon arrival. Please contact CAI-Asia in case you require an invitation letter in support of your visa application.

Visit the links below for complete information on visa requirement and application process.

Foreigners holding travel documents issued by the following countries will require a visa to enter Singapore:
- Afghanistan
- Algeria
- Armenia*
- Azerbaijan*
- Bangladesh
- Belarus*
- China
- Egypt
- Georgia*
- India
- Iran
- Iraq
- Jordan
- Kazakhstan*
- Kyrgyzstan*
- Lebanon
- Libya
- Moldova*
- Morocco
- Myanmar
- Nigeria
- Pakistan
- Russia*
- Saudi Arabia
- Somalia
- Sudan
- Syria
- Tajikistan*
- Tunisia
- Turkmenistan*
- Ukraine*
- Uzbekistan*
- Yemen
- Holders of Hong Kong Document of Identity
- Holders of Macao Special Administrative Region (MSAR) Travel Permit
- Holders of Palestinian Authority Passport, Temporary Passport issued by the United Arab Emirates and Refugee Travel Document issued by Middle-East countries.

*Commonwealth of Independent States

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