Getting around Singapore
Your flight will probably arrive in Singapore’s Changi Airport, one of the best airports in the world. As Singapore is a small country, it is very easy to access the rest of the island via public transportation like trains and buses.
The train system in Singapore is called the MRT, or Mass Rapid Transit system. A core component of travel in Singapore, It is easy to understand and access. A detailed map of all the train stations and the lines connecting them can easily be found in every train station and online. Most of the landmarks in Singapore are within walking distance of an MRT station. It is also convenient for you to purchase a pass from one of the booths outside an MRT station. If you are in need of any help, a friendly officer at the control center located in every MRT station can help you to plot your route and resolve your difficulties with travel in Singapore.
Train breakdowns are extremely rare in Singapore and shuttle services will be provided in case one happens. The average waiting time for trains is less than 5 minutes in Singapore, so they are very fast indeed. New lines are being added to the network like the Downtown Line, so do check if they can get you to your destination faster.
Buses, like trains, are fast and convenient and an important part of Singapore travel. A quick search online can show you the specific routes of buses and the bus stops that they stop at. They are all air-conditioned and the network of buses span all across Singapore. Driving safely is the number one priority for buses in Singapore, so you can expect smooth, quick and accident-free rides.
Like trains, bus breakdowns are practically non-existent and it is perfectly safe to travel in Singapore by yourself even at night. They are all public services so you can expect to be riding with locals all the time. The average waiting time for buses is slower than trains at around 10 minutes per bus.