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Visiting Ireland?

Singapore and Brunei passport holders do not require a visa to visit Ireland. Ireland is a popular tourist location in Europe, with 7.6 million overseas tourist visits in 2014. Tourism is one of the fastest growing sectors of the Irish economy.

Getting to Ireland has never been easier with new air routes and additional seat capacity available in 2015 from Singapore via the Gulf and from mainland Europe and Great Britain.

Ireland's main tourist attractions include its rich cultural heritage, scenery, friendly people and relaxed way of life. It is also a popular location for sporting enthusiasts with numerous golf courses in addition to fishing, cycling, riding, water sports and other activities.

2015 continues to be another exciting year for visitors to Ireland as they get to experience Ireland’s first long-distance touring route, the Wild Atlantic Way, stretching all the way from the Inishowen Peninsula in Co. Donegal to Kinsale in Co. Cork. The new route rivals the world’s best driving tours, along 2,500 km of the wildest, most captivating scenery, with lots to do and see along the way.

You can find the experience that’s just waiting for you at

The following links can also provide you with more information on Ireland as a tourist destination:

If you want to learn more about Ireland, you can read Ireland in Brief

To get in the mood for planning your holiday, here’s a taste of The Wild Atlantic Way.