A visa is required for admission into Singapore for visitors from India. But fear not—obtaining a Singapore tourist visa in advance of their trip will make it simple for them to visit sites, experience the local way of life, and more.


From November 10, 2023, to May 10, 2024, Indians can visit Thailand without a visa, allowing a stay of up to 30 days. Thailand has waived the visa requirement for Indians to attract more tourists and ensure hassle-free travel.


As of December 1, 2023, Indian passport holders can visit Malaysia for up to 30 days without a tourist visa. A requirement is to have return or onward tickets within 30 days from the arrival date in Malaysia.


Indian travellers can visit Macau visa-free for up to 30 days with a valid passport lasting at least 6 months from the date of entry. For stays beyond 30 days, a visa or extension can be obtained.


Indian nationals do not need a visa in order to enter Qatar for a stay of up to 60 days. They can get a visa upon arrival for 30-day trips, and if needed, they can extend it for an extra 30-day period.


Indian citizens travelling to Seychelles do not need a visa for entry. Nevertheless, one can opt to get a visitor's permit upon arrival, which can be extended for up to 3 months from its date of issuance.


Indians are not required to apply for a Mauritius visa in advance. They are eligible for visa-on-arrival, which will remain valid for a stay of up to 60 days, with a single entry facility.


For stays under 30 days, Indian visitors to Indonesia are not required to have a visa. Just pick up a complimentary visa exemption stamp at the immigration desk. Upon admission, apply for a Visa on Arrival (VOA) if you plan to remain longer.


Indian citizens travelling to Laos are required to hold a valid visa. Fortunately, they have the option to apply for a Laos e-visa online, permitting a 30-day stay for tourism. Additionally, a Laos visa-on-arrival is available, allowing a 30-day stay as well.