Is this really the case Katbh? (I've no idea, I'm trying to understand how things work these days).katbh wrote:Unless you have a valid employment pass, and have the pass in your hand, it is unlikely that you will be allowed on the aeroplane without an onward journey.
It is best to be prepared.
I would suggest going on airasia/tiger/scoot website and buying a $20 airfare somewhere from Singapore. It is better to do this than to be caught at the airport and having to pay full price fare for your onward flight.
For example could I not enter Singapore as a tourist, with the intention of exiting by say train to KL, or taxi/boat to Tioman?
Since I could not buy those onward means of transport from abroad... what would I do, would I simply not be allowed in?
p.s. Furthermore why did they let me in this time (as previously), on a one-way ticket and no status/residency?