As announced by the Government, the Circuit Breaker will end on 1 June 2020 with measures to be progressively lifted in three phases.

CRA’s office at mTower will be opened from 2 June 2020. To minimise your time spent in public space, please contact us via our online feedback form or call us at 6501-7000. Visits to CRA’s office are by appointment only.

There will be a scheduled maintenance on the CRA website from 20 November (Sat) 10pm, to 21 November 2021 (Sun), 6am. The website will not be available during this period of time. We apologise for any inconvenience caused.



Apply for Visit Limits & Exclusion Orders

Visit Limits

A Visit Limit limits the number of visits an individual can make per month to the casinos in Singapore.

Voluntary Visit Limit

Singaporeans and Permanent Residents can apply for a Visit Limit, which will be issued upon request. Application can be made using a SingPass account here.

Family Visit Limit
Family members can apply to limit the number of times per month a gambler in their family can visit the casinos in Singapore. Only immediate family members can apply, i.e. spouses, children (including adoptive/step-children), parents (including adoptive/step-parents) and siblings (including adoptive/step/half-siblings).

Find out more about the application process here.


Under the Casino Control Act (2006), there are three types of exclusions from the casinos namely, Voluntary Self-Exclusion, Family Exclusion and Third Party Exclusion. 

Part X of the Casino Control Act also provides powers to the National Council on Problem Gambling (NCPG) to issue other exclusion orders to prohibit certain persons from entering the casinos.

Voluntary Self-Exclusion
The NCPG and the casino operator may issue exclusion orders upon a person's request.

Family Exclusion
The NCPG can exclude a person whose gambling behaviour has caused serious harm to his/her 
family, upon application by a family member.

Third Party Exclusion
Persons to be excluded under the Third Party Exclusion are defined as:

  • Recipients of Public Assistance or Special Grant; and
  • Undischarged bankrupts.

Click here to access the website of the National Council on Problem Gambling for more information on the Casino Exclusion Orders and how to apply for them.