The International Passenger Terminal at HarbourFront in Singapore services over 1 million cruise passengers arriving or departing on more than 33 cruise lines each year.
Singapore is very accessible by air, land or sea. Singapore’s Changi International Airport serves more than 100 airlines, with flights to more than 200 cities in over 60 countries and territories. There are two causeways that connect Singapore to Malaysia, which can be traversed by car, bus or train. Regional ferries are abundant and connect Singapore to the islands of Indonesia as well as to ports on the east coast of Malaysia.
Useful information for cruise passengers:
Never miss a ship with our real-time cruise schedules that feature an easy search function.
Learn all you need to know about traveling with baggage on a cruise from Singapore.
Useful information for clearing Customs, as well as information about Alcohol, Tobacco and Cash Allowances.