Can I stay in Malaysia and work in Singapore?

Can you live in Malaysia and work in Singapore?

If you have the right job, staying in Malaysia while working in Singapore can be a very cost effective option. We all heard about Malaysians who commute to Singapore daily for work. They stay in Malaysia, usually Johor, and enjoy the lower cost of living and favourable exchange rate. Some of us may even envy that.

Can I live in Johor and work in Singapore?

It’s possible, and quite a few people do it, but I would not recommend it. Singapore Expats has a good thread on this, but I’ll summarize. There are only two ways to travel between Singapore and JB: The Causeway from Woodlands to central JB.

Can Malaysian stay in Singapore?

Entry into Singapore under the Singapore-issued PCA is open only to the following groups of travellers: (i) Malaysia Citizens and Malaysia Permanent Residents holding a valid Singapore-issued work pass; or (ii) Malaysia Citizens who are Singapore Permanent Residents.

Do I need to pay tax in Malaysia if I work in Singapore?

Generally, income taxable under the Income Tax Act 1967 (ITA 1967) is income derived from Malaysia such as business or employment income. Therefore, income received from employment exercised in Singapore is not liable to tax in Malaysia.

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How long can you stay in Singapore as a tourist?

You can stay up to 30 days during each visit, and no minimum gap is required between visits. If you plan to exit and re-enter the country numerous times, you need to apply for a new visa. Singapore does not issue double and multiple-entry visas.

Does Malaysian need visa to Singapore?

Singapore is a separate country and has its own visa rules. You can’t use a Malaysian visa to enter Singapore. There is no visa on arrival option for Singapore, so you’ll have to apply for a Singapore visa in advance in your home country. The Malaysia eVisa is only good for single entry to Malaysia.

What happen if I overstay in Singapore?

Overstaying is a punishable offence in Singapore. If you want to stay beyond the period of stay granted, you can apply for an extension online using the e-Service or go to the Visitor Services Centre on Level 4 of the ICA Building before your Visit Pass expires.