Plants

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    Bringing Plants in and out of Singapore
    Travelling to Singapore with plants? Remember to get a phytosanitary certificate from AVA.
    Bringing Plants in and out of Singapore
    Travellers bring a wide variety of plants to Singapore. Some are seasonal, like Citrus and Chrysanthemum during Chinese New Year.
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    Bringing Plants in and out of Singapore
    The orchid is one of many endangered plant species commonly brought into Singapore.
    Bringing Plants in and out of Singapore
    Travellers will need a CITES permit to bring in plants that are protected under the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Fauna and Flora.
    Bringing Plants in and out of Singapore
    If you bring in planting materials such as plant cuttings and seeds without a phytosanitary certificate or CITES permit, the materials will be detained by the ICA or Customs officers.
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    Plant Health
    The plants in Singapore bloom healthily due to the absence of pests.
    Plant Health
    Did you know that all of the plants along Singapore’s roads are imported from Malaysia, China, Thailand and Indonesia?
    Plant Health
    AVA inspects parks and roadside trees for pests or diseases that could threaten Singapore’s lush greenery.
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