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As usual, the answer is 'it depends'. I traveled in and out of Singapore several times and I always got a new 15 days (you only get 30 or even 90 days if you fly in). But if you go over to Johore Bahru on the other side of the bridge in Malaysia for the morning or the night and then come back, you wont get a fresh 15 days, because that would be considered a ...
I did a trip last summer during which I entered and left Singapore twice during a trip and when I came back the second time I got a new 90 days stay. The same thing happened to me during another trip. So you should get 30 days (or 90 days) for every visit. You can find more information on the website of the immigration agency.
First of all, unless you really need your car in Singapore, there's no need to drive, or even go via Johor Bahru: there are lots of cheap flights, buses and even a train from KL direct to Singapore. See Wikivoyage for the full scoop. But assuming you insist, and you're driving a West Malaysian-registered vehicle, the Land Transport Authority has a handy ...
You should wait till you have your new passport. You can not travel without a passport. Your old visa will be verified under your old PPN. Just bring along a copy of old passport number or a copy of your passport application. Usually all they need is the number and date of birth. The name must have not changed. You can get a 3-day business visa issued at the ...
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