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Singapore Getting There

Traveling around Singapore is simple! An efficient public transportation network of taxis, buses and the modern Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) rail system ensures that getting from point A to point B is hassle-free and easy on the pocket.

Buses
For maximum freedom, buy an ez-link card and hop onto a bus! The ez-link card can also be used on the Mass Rapid Transit (MRT).

MRT
The train system in Singapore is efficient, clean and air-conditioned, with stations all over the island.  There are three main lines – the North-South line from Marina Bay to Jurong East, the East-West line from Changi Airport/Pasir Ris to Boon Lay, and the North-East line from Harbor Front to Punggol.  Traveling on the MRT is cheap, with rides ranging from 80 cents to $1.70.

SMRT link
There are three link loops  - Outram Park MRT station to Chinatown, Dhoby Ghaut MRT station to Chinatown, and Dhoby Ghaut MRT station to Little India. Pick up points are popular places such as People’s Park Complex, Chinatown Point and Tekka Mall.

Car or cab
Driving in Singapore is a breeze! Navigating around the island is easy as there are well-marked road signs, all in English. If you’d like to take a cab there are plenty available – over 15,000 in fact.  They can be flagged down 24 hours a day on most roads.

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