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Travel Notice on Volcanic Activity at Mount Anak Krakatau

27 December 2018
On 27 December 2018, the Indonesian authorities raised the alert level for Mount Anak Krakatau in Lampung, Sumatra to a level below the highest alert level arising from volcanic eruptions. They have also imposed an exclusion zone of 5 km around the crater of Mount Anak Krakatau. Further eruptions are expected.

The Indonesian authorities have urged the public to stay at least 1km away from the Sunda Strait shoreline due to the ongoing volcanic activity. 

 

Singaporeans should defer all travels to the affected areas.Those in the vicinity of the affected areas are advised to monitor local news and developments closely, particularly for further advice and instructions from the Indonesian authorities. Singaporeans are advised to take all the necessary precautions for their personal safety, including purchasing comprehensive travel and medical insurance.

 

Singaporeans who have not yet e-registered with MFA should do so at https://eregister.mfa.gov.sg/. Singaporeans are advised to stay in touch with family and friends so that they know you are safe. Those in need of urgent consular assistance may contact the Singapore Embassy in Jakarta, the Singapore Consulate in Medan, or the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Duty Office (24 hours) at:

 

 

Embassy of the Republic of Singapore in Indonesia (Jakarta) 
Jln H R Rasuna Said, Kuningan, Block X/4, KAV No 2,

Kuningan, Jakarta Selatan 12950  
Tel: + 62 (21) 2995 0400 or +62 811 863 348 (24-hours)
Email: singemb­_jkt@mfa.sg 

 

 

Consulate-General of the Republic of Singapore in Medan

Suite No 2-6, 11th Floor, Forum Nine Office and F & B Gallery

No. 9 Jalan Imam Bonjol, 20112 Medan, Indonesia

Tel: +62 (61) 8050 1500 or +62 811 6170 339 (24-hours)

Email: SporeConsulateMedan@mfa.sg

 

 

Ministry of Foreign Affairs Duty Office (24-hours)
Tanglin, Singapore 248163

Tel: 6379 8800, 6379 8855
Email: mfa_duty_officer@mfa.gov.sg

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Travel Notice for Surabaya in Indonesia

14 May 2018
There were bombings near three churches in Surabaya on 13 May 2018 and at the Surabaya Police Headquarters on 14 May 2018. Multiple deaths and injuries have been reported. The Indonesian authorities have declared the highest security alert status in several areas including East Java.

We advise Singaporeans who are either travelling to or already in Surabaya to exercise caution, remain vigilant and take the necessary precautions for their personal safety. You should also heed the instructions of the local authorities, and closely monitor the local news.

Singaporeans are encouraged to e-Register with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs at https://eregister.mfa.gov.sg/ and to stay in touch with your family and friends so that they know you are safe. You should also purchase comprehensive travel and medical insurance and be familiar with their coverage.

Those who require consular assistance should contact the Singapore Embassy or the MFA Duty Office at:

Embassy of the Republic of Singapore - Indonesia
Block X/4, KAV No 2, Jln H R Rasuna Said, Kuningan
Jakarta Selatan 12950
Tel: + 62-(21) 2995-0400, 520-1489 /+62 811 863 348 (24-hours)

Ministry of Foreign Affairs Duty Office (24 hours)
Tel: +65 6379 8800/8855
Email: mfa_duty_officer@mfa.gov.sg

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Announcements

  • 04 Dec 2018

    Travel Advisory for Mount Sinabung in Sumatra - 12 April 2018

  • 04 Sep 2018

    Travel Advisory for Mount Sinabung in Sumatra 9 April 2018

  • 26 Feb 2018

    Travel Advisory: Mount Sinabung in Sumatra (26 February 2018)

  • 26 Feb 2018

    Travel Advisory: Mount Sinabung in Sumatra

  • 15 Mar 2019

    Overseas Travel – Be Informed & Be Safe [15 March 2019]

    In view of the upcoming school holidays, Singaporeans planning overseas travel are reminded to take the necessary precautions, including being prepared to deal with accidents, natural disasters or terrorism. Singaporeans are also reminded to be familiar with your destination’s local laws and customs restrictions, including immigration procedures and entry requirements. Singaporeans travelling to and from Malaysia, in particular via the land checkpoints, are reminded to ensure that your passport is presented to a Malaysian immigration officer and stamped correctly before leaving the Malaysian immigration booth. Failure to do so is an immigration offence in Malaysia and the penalties can be severe, including detention, a fine, and a ban from future entry into the country. For those planning to travel, here are some tips: Before travelling • Familiarise yourself with our network of overseas missions. • Purchase comprehensive travel insurance and be familiar with the terms and coverage. • Equip yourself with research about your destination’s current situation, local laws and customs. • eRegister with us on our website (https://www.mfa.gov.sg) so that we may reach out to you during an emergency. While travelling • Always take care of your personal safety, and remain vigilant and alert to local weather news, advisories, and security developments. • Exercise caution around large gatherings and avoid locations known for demonstrations or disturbances. • Be prepared for possible delays and last-minute changes in travel plans especially during unforeseen events such as natural disasters or terror attacks. • Stay connected with your friends and family. Inform them of your whereabouts and provide them with your overseas contact details. In the event that you require consular assistance, please contact the nearest Singapore Overseas Mission or call the Ministry of Foreign Affairs at +65 6379 8800/8855.

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