Can I buy Singapore Tourist Pass at Changi Airport?
For most people, the easiest place to purchase and return the Singapore Tourist Pass is Changi International Airport. You can do this at the TransitLink Ticket Office in Terminal two between the hours of 8am and 9pm. Alternatively, there will be automated kiosks available 24/7 in both Terminal two and three.
How do I get a EZ-Link tourist card?
You can purchase an EZ-Link card over the counter at any MRT station, bus interchange, or 7-Eleven in Singapore. The EZ-Link card costs SGD 15 – SGD 5 covers the cost of the card (and is non-refundable), and SGD 10 is a consumable amount that needs to be “topped up” as the card runs low.
Where can I buy a transit card in Singapore?
You can easily purchase a card at any of these sales points:
- 40 TransitLink Ticket Offices and 8 Concession Card Replacement Offices located at MRT stations and bus interchanges.
- Passenger Service Centres within most MRT stations.
- 7-Eleven stores.
- Buzz Pods.
- My EZ-Link Online Shop.
How do tourists get around Singapore?
The best way to get around Singapore is via its Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) subway system. This underground network has lines that stretch across the entire city. However, once you’re in the desired neighborhood, walking is your best option. MRT also operates bus routes that can get you just about anywhere on the island.
How much does an EZ-Link card cost?
2. How much is an EZ-Link card? An EZ-Link card which is sold at TransitLink Ticket Offices, Concession Card Replacement Offices, Passenger Service Centres and 7-Eleven, each costs $10, out of which $5 is stored-value for use. The remaining $5 is the cost of the card and is non-refundable.
Can I use my phone as EZ-Link?
The EZ-Link App is supported on phones that operate on either iOS or Android platforms. Top-up function is available on most NFC-enabled phones.
How do you pay for public transport in Singapore?
There are several ways to pay for your bus or MRT/LRT rides: contactless bank cards, mobile wallets, stored value cards, concession cards, cash or by buying a standard ticket. Children travel for free on buses and trains if they are below 0.9m in height and accompanied by a fare-paying commuter.