lorgnette: well, legally, the airline is NOT responsible, if you get denied entry at arrival, however, the airline has to fly you back to the origin, and if it was me, I wouldn't want that nasty 'denied entry' stamp on my passport.. .
foxyzerman: We are talking of Singapore, not US.
In Singapore, with US harping on human trafficking to / via Singapore - apparently implying that the Singapore govt is condoning it .. Singapore immigration gets tough. Though, generally, westerners are not so closely scrutinised, I have seen atleast a dozen times westerners being held back at Immigration, at Woodlands as well as at Tuas and Changi.
And a lot of Asean member country people being Returned to sender - so to speak
Don't risk it says me .. However, your call.
Worst case, get a cheap LCC ticket to KL or BKK ..
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