• Singapore Changi International Airport SIN- Departed for Narita on United Airlines UA804.
  • Singapore Woodlands Checkpoint-Arrived from Johor Bahru.
  • Kompleks Sultan Iskandar (Johor Bahru)- Departed for Singapore.
  • Kompleks Sultan Iskandar (Johor Bahru)- Arrived from Singapore.
  • Singapore Changi International Airport SIN- Arrived from Zürich on Singapore Airlines SQ341.
  • Singapore Changi International Airport SIN- Departed for Dubai on Singapore Airlines SQ454.
  • Liechtenstein, received at Vaduz tourist office as souvenir/proof of having been in Liechtenstein. Semi-official stamp.
  • Kuala Lumpur International Airport KUL-Arrived from Singapore on AirAsia AK720.
  • Kuala Lumpur International Airport KUL- Departed for Singapore on AirAsia AK719.
  • Hong Kong International Airport HKG- Arrived from Singapore on United Airlines UA896.
  • Hong Kong Macau Ferry Terminal, Sheung Wan- Departed for Macau on TurboJet Ferry.

USA Passport: Malaysia, Singapore, Liechtenstein, Hong Kong

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Notice the Malaysia stamp is now "Kompleks Sultan Iskandar" instead of "Johor Bahru." They've changed the border around recently and the new facility is super-modern compared to the old one (think airport-style immigration hall versus small immigration shack).

Got the requisite prove-that-I-set-foot-in-Liechtenstein stamp, my first Hong Kong visit, and a quick hop over to Malaysia as well.
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  1. semenyih 70 months ago | reply

    I didn't realise they have a new hexagonal entry stamp for Singapore. Interesting!

  2. dcgreer 69 months ago | reply

    Actually, the shape of the stamp is related to how many days you get in Singapore. The ones I've seen:
    1. A square stamp for 14 days (I think Chinese and a few others)
    2. A rounded-edge stamp for 30 days (Europeans, Malaysians, many others)
    3. Hexagonal stamp for ninety days (USA, Australia)
    4. Big rectangular stamp for write-in (usually used at land borders to write in 90 days for US citizens when they're too lazy to pull out hexagonal one).

    As far as I can tell, green ink is always used for round exit stamps, purple for land entry points, and black for airport/seaport entries. The letters I've seen are as follows:
    A - Changi Airport (Selatar as well?)
    S - Harbourfront (maybe all seaports? I'm not sure)
    T - Tuas (Second Link)
    W - Woodlands

  3. alertfive 69 months ago | reply

    Do I see that they added the new US passport pages to your "old" passport?

  4. dcgreer 69 months ago | reply

    Yeah, they added new style pages. You can flip the pages using the "Previous Page" "Next Page" links

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