Singapore Post Tracking
The Easy way for Singapore Post Tracking is just enter your Singapore Post Tracking number / Reference number in the above Tracking form and hit track button. You will be redirected to your Singapore Post tracking status page.
If you have registered your details in a separate account in Singapore Post tracking website, log in with your “username” and “password”. You could track about your parcel from your registered account.
Alternative way for Singapore Post Tracking
If above Singapore Post tracking form not working properly, then follow below steps.
1. First go to official website of Singapore Post http://www.singpost.com/
2. You can see the Singapore Post Tracking form on top of the page
3. Enter your Singapore Post tracking number or reference number in the form and hit enter
4. You will be redirected to your Singapore Post tracking status page
5. You Can Track mutiple tracking numbers by seperating them by comma
6. Singapore Post Provide both domestic and international services also
Singapore Post Tracking status page consist following information
· It displays the status and current location of your shipment / package
· Information regarding your package (Contents, Origin and Destination locations).
· It also displays the expected date and time of delivery.
· It displays the history of the locations where the package was processed.
Singapore Post Contact
you can contact Singapore Post support service by following methods.
24/7 Singapore Post Customer Care Hotline
From Overseas: +65 6841 2000 (Select Option 1)
24/7 Speedpost Hotline
Tel: +65 6222 5777
Singapore Post Limited
10 Eunos Road 8
Singapore Post Centre
Head Office Tel: +65 6841 2000
Mon -Fri: 8am to 6pm
Sat, Sun & PH: Closed
About Singapore Post
Singapore Post has a heritage dating back to the founding of Singapore by Sir Stamford Raffles in 1819. In those days, a single mail office collected and delivered the small volume of letters. Singapore Post was located in the previous Parliament House and run by just three persons.
As trade flourished, both postal and marine traffic grew. The "Post Office", as it was known, Singapore Post became a separate department from the Marine Office in October 1858.