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TLD typeCountry code top-level domain
Intended useEntities connected with Singapore
Actual usePopular in Singapore
Registered domains190,026 (Apr 2021)[1]
Registration restrictionsSingapore presence required; third-level names have various restrictions depending on which second level label they are under
StructureRegistrations are taken at the third level beneath generic categories, or directly at the second level; special .idn.sg category exists for internationalized domain names
DocumentsPolicies and agreements
Dispute policies"Singapore Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy" (PDF). Archived from the original (PDF) on 2004-09-21.
Registry websiteSGNIC

.sg is the country top level domain for Singapore (ccTLD). It started in 1988. It is managed by the Singapore Network Information Centre (SGNIC). It is only for residents of Singapore. However, there are some second-level domains that have more rules when registering.

Second-level domains[change | change source]

  • .com.sg - For commercial use.
  • .net.sg - Network providers.
  • .org.sg - Registered organisations of Singapore.
  • .gov.sg - Government agencies.
  • .edu.sg - Schools and education institutions.
  • .per.sg - For personal use only.
  • .idn.sg - For domain names with Chinese and Indian words in them.

Other websites[change | change source]

References[change | change source]

  1. "Registration Statistics". SGNIC PTE Ltd. Retrieved 10 May 2021.