The immigration hall is located on the ground floor of the terminal. Separate queues are provided for international passengers (Foreigners) and Singapore citizens and residents (Singaporeans).
• Foreigners are required to complete an immigration card before proceeding to immigration
• Singaporeans are welcome to use the Enhanced Immigration Automated Clearance System (EIACS) to clear immigration
After immigration, all passengers are required to collect their baggage from the baggage claim hall before proceeding to customs for clearance.
With an amazing concentration of sights, sounds, tastes, cultures and attractions all packed into our small, user-friendly island city, cruise passengers can easily personalise their visit around whatever they love to do, and at their own pace in Singapore. You can plan your agenda and make an itinerary easily online at www.yoursingapore.com.
Upcoming attractions in Singapore include a River Safari, which will open in 2012, along with the first stage of what is to be a stunning 101 hectares of Gardens by the Bay. Gardens by the Bay, which will define Singapore as the world’s premier tropical garden city, is comprised of three distinctive waterfront gardens at the heart of Marina Bay, home to the new International Cruise Terminal.
Near to the cruise terminal, recently opened attractions include Resorts World Sentosa’s Maritime Experiential Museum & Aquarium, which takes an innovative look at the history of the Maritime Silk Route. The Museum depicts Southeast Asia’s maritime trade history during 9th to 19th century, with features of more than 400 rare objects. It is the first and only museum to showcase the Asian maritime history.
In the vicinity
The HarbourFront terminal is situated close to a wide variety of activities and attractions. From here you can visit Sentosa Island, which has a wide array of outdoor and indoor activities, including beaches where you can swim with a dolphin, catch a show, go indoor sky diving, or ride a segway. You could also visit Universal Studios or stay at a themed hotel at Resorts World Sentosa.
The HarbourFront terminal is attached to Maritime Square, which has a wide variety of retail options. It is also where you can catch a cable car to Sentosa Island. If you fancy shopping, you need look no further than Vivo City mall, which is also connected to the HarbourFront terminal. Vivo City is home to many of the world’s leading retail brands, along with some of the best eateries that Singapore has to offer.
Travelling around Singapore
The island of Singapore is very accessible from the HarbourFront terminal by train (MRT), bus, or taxi. Buses and trains typically cost no more than SG$3.50 per journey. The train at HarbourFront runs on the North-East, or purple line, and easily connects to other lines to bring you to the city or the airport. It takes less than 10 minutes to reach the heart of the city by train, and less than 30 minutes to reach the airport by train. Buses connect from HarbourFront to the south, west, central and east of the city from HarbourFront. Taxi’s are very reasonably priced and available in abundance to take you anywhere on the island.
Destinations from Singapore
With its political stability, Indonesia is now opening up as an attractive destination. Indonesia is an archipelago, consisting of between 17,508 – 18,306 islands; 922 of those are permanently inhabited. Indonesia has an immense and diverse array of attractions and destinations. It is a fascinating destination for cruises departing Singapore.