The calculation of the total import duty and GST value for dutiable goods will depend on the type of goods you are importing.
The importation of liquor exceeding duty-free concession is subject to the payment of duty and Goods and Services Tax (GST) even if it is meant for personal consumption. Click here for information on duty-free concession.
However, if the quantity in excess of duty-free concession exceeds 10 litres, you are required to arrange with a local freight forwarding agent to declare a Customs In-Payment "Duty and GST" (IPT-DNG) permit to pay the duty and GST for the liquor on your behalf. Click here for more information on Customs permit declaration.
For quantities not exceeding 10 litres, you are required to proceed to our Customs Tax Payment Office to declare the liquor for tax payment. Click here for more information on the declaration and payment of taxes.
The importation of health products and medicines into Singapore is regulated by the Health Sciences Authority (HSA).
Please refer to HSA’s website for more information.
You are not allowed to bring snus, chewing tobacco and electronic cigarettes into Singapore.
Please click here for the list of prohibited goods.