The Parliament of Singapore is unicameral - that is, it has only one House.
See Making Laws on the Parliament website for information on the legislation making process.
Bills Introduced are available on the Singapore Parliament website (open access).
All Bills must go through three readings in Parliament and receive the President's assent to become an Act.
Parliamentary debates - Singapore Parliament Reports (Hansard) are available on the Singapore Parliament website (open access) - from 1955 to current. Can be searched or browsed.
Once assented to, Acts are published in the Government Gazette and come into operation on the date notified in the Gazette.
Image Source: Parliament of Singapore Functions webpage
Singapore - Parliament House
The Laws of the Straits Settlements 1835-1919 (open Access)
Singapore Statutes Online (open Access) - official legislation from the Attorney-General's Chambers. Includes:
The Singapore Management University Library has produced a handy guide to finding legislation using Singapore Statutes Online.
LawNet (Singapore Academy of Law) (UniMelb staff & student access) - includes:
Use LawNet (UniMelb staff & student access).
LawNet (UniMelb staff & student access) allows you to keep up to date with any changes to an Act.
Singapore Law Watch - from the Singapore Academy of Law (open access) keeps you up to date with newly enacted legislation.
Email and rss feed alerts can be set up so you are kept up to date with new bills, legislation passed etc.