ENTERING AND RETURNING BY CAR
» If using a "normal lane"
» If using an "express lane"
- Only immigration booths that display a green light are open for immigration checks.
- After your passport is handed over to the immigration officer, ensure that the passport and the portion of white card that is returned to you are endorsed with a stamp, showing the date of entry, entry checkpoint???s name and duration of stay allowed.
- The function of staff at toll booths is only to collect toll fees. They are not immigration officers, and so, are not authorised to carry out immigration checks.
ENTERING MALAYSIA BY TRAIN
- Malaysian immigration officers will not stamp your Singapore passport at Tanjong Pagar Railway Station, but instead, will key your details into the computer system.
- They will, however, stamp the white disembarkation card with the words "KTM TG PAGAR SINGAPURA".
- The disembarkation card, which is not torn, should be retained.
RETURNING FROM MALAYSIA BY TRAIN
- When returning from Malaysia by train, immigration officers will conduct checks on board the train at Johor Baru railway station.
- Both portions of the white disembarkation card will be retained by immigration officers after they have checked your details on the computer system.
- Again, no stamps will be issued on the passport.
ENTERING AND RETURNING BY BUS OR ON FOOT AT WOODLANDS CAUSEWAY
- Singaporeans have to ensure they go to the correct immigration counters reserved for Singaporean passport holders.
- If there is no officer at the counter, you should find a counter that is manned by an officer
- After handing your passport over to the immigration officer, ensure that both your passport and the portion of white card that is returned to you are endorsed, showing the date of entry, entry checkpoint's name and duration of stay allowed.
Source: THE MALAYSIAN HIGH COMMISSION, SINGAPORE