Singapore does not ban drone flights in general, but there are strict rules and regulations to follow.
Drone Laws in Singapore
Drones tips & tricks in Singapore
1. Follow Civil Aviation of Authority Singapore
It is always a good idea to check out their website from time to time.
2. Understand Alternative terms for Drones
UAV = Unmanned Aerial Vehicle
UA = Unmanned Aircraft
RPA = Remotely Piloted Aircraft
UAS = Unmanned Aircraft System
3. Total Weight of Drones
Weight of Drone: 249g
Weight of Add-on Camera: 50g
Total Weight of Drone: 249g + 50g = 299g
So the drone have to follow the regulations of drones in weight class above 250g.
4. Drones under 250 grams
Because most of the drone regulations does not apply to drones with a total weight of under 250 grams.
5. Flying under 200ft / 60m
This number refers to altitude above mean sea level and not to flight height: if your drone takes off from a hilltop 30m above sea level, it should not be flying more than 30m above its takeoff point!
6. Using Drones for Business
1. Registration of Drone with CAAS
2. Operator must possess a UAPL
3. Apply for the necessary permits
Avoid getting into trouble with the authorities, it is not worth saving a few bucks.