US President Donald Trump landed in Singapore at 8.30pm on June 10 ahead of the historic summit that is set to take place on Tuesday.
The president arrived in Air Force One, the American president’s official plane. He touched down in Paya Lebar Airbase and was greeted by officials, journalists and curious onlookers.
He stopped to wave at the crowd gathered twice as he descended the stairs.
President Trump was welcomed by Foreign Minister Vivian Balakrishnan just before he entered the waiting car.
When asked by a reporter at Paya Lebar Airbase, Mr Trump said that he was feeling “very good” about the summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.
Mr Trump and Kim Jong Un, who landed in Singapore earlier today, will attend a historic summit on June 12.
Mr Trump’s motorcade left the airbase shortly after and travelled along the Pan-Island Expressway and Anderson Road.
He has now arrived at the Shangri-La Hotel where he will be staying for the duration of his time in Singapore.
The US president is also scheduled to have a meeting with Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong on 10 June.
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