What do I need to declare at Singapore Customs?
Declaration and Payment of TaxesIntoxicating liquors, including spirits, wine, beer, ale, stout and porter.
Tobacco products, including cigarettes and cigars.
Motor vehicles, including motorised bicycles.Motor fuel, including motor spirits, diesel products and compressed natural gas (CNG).
Can we bring food to Singapore?
General Rule for Travellers Travellers returning to Singapore can carry food products for personal consumption without first obtaining an import permit if: the type of food product is allowed; the amount is within the allowance; … the food products will not be sold commercially.
What is not allowed to bring into Singapore?
Prohibited and Controlled Goods Chewing gum (except dental and medicated gum) Chewing tobacco and imitation tobacco products (for example, electronic cigarettes) Cigarette lighters in the shape of a pistol or revolver. Controlled drugs and psychotropic substances.
Can I bring food into Malaysia?
Malaysia Most foodstuff are generally admissible aside from those outlined in Quarantine Boards upon arrival in Malaysia. Fresh fruits like mangoes, mangosteens, bananas, as well as citrus fruits like oranges, limes, and lemons are not permitted unless you have an import permit and phytosanitary certificate.
What Cannot be brought into Malaysia?
You are also prohibited from bringing non-prescribed drugs, weapons, any reproduction of any currency note or coin, or pornographic material. Any amount of illegal drugs found on your person will get you the death penalty, so don’t even think about it!
Can I bring medicines to Singapore?
For medicines that do not contain a controlled substance, you may bring up to three months’ supply into Singapore without prior approval, but must bring supporting documents such as a letter from your doctor or a copy of the prescription as proof that the medicines are for your personal use.