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One Pass To See Them All

If you’re all packed up for a trip to Singapore but are stumped at the public transportation system, listen up! You can now save the trouble of having to queue for public transport tickets by getting a Singapore Tourist Pass (STP) instead. With this pass in hand, traveling in the Lion City becomes a breeze.


What is STP?

STP is a special ez-link card that offers tourists unlimited travel on Singapore’s basic bus services, MRT, and LRT trains for a specified duration. These services exclude Sentosa Express, RWS8, Fast Forward, Night Rider, and Nite Owl buses. Best thing of all, you don’t have to top up the card while you enjoy the comfort of the island’s public transport.

How do I get one?

You can purchase the STP at selected TransitLink Ticket Office and choose the number of day passes you require. A one day pass is valued at S$10, two days at S$16, or three days at S$20. Each pass is subjected to a S$10 rental deposit. The prices are applicable to adults and children above three years old. Once you get your card, you can use it for unlimited rides on buses and trains. Don’t forget to return the card before you leave Singapore!

The Adventure Begins

After getting your pass in hands, you can start exploring the colourful sides of Singapore with your loved ones! Here are a list of attractions you can travel to with STP. Good luck and have fun discovering!

ArtScience Museum

Photo by ArtScience Museum.

Discover the magic of art and science at the ArtScience Museum! With a constantly changing line-up of major international touring exhibitions, this museum offers plenty of surprises every time. One of the themed exhibitons, Future World, combines the elements of art and science to present a digital world of light and sound.

Opening Hours: 10.00am – 7.00pm daily

Getting there: By MRT

  • Bayfront Station (CE1/DT16)/ Promenade Station (CC4/DT15)
  • Marina Bay Station (NS27/CE2)

Chinatown

Photo by Darren Soh.

Your trip to Singapore isn’t complete without paying a visit to the heritage district of Chinatown. Here you can experience the hustle and bustle of the colourful neighbourhood and discover local delights such as char kway teoh and satay in the Chinatown Food Street.

Opening Hours: 7.00am till late daily

Getting there: By MRT

  • Chinatown Station (NE4)

Gardens by the Bay

Photo by Gardens by the Bay.

Fancy seeing the Supertree Grove comes alive when night falls? Or treat your eyes to some gorgeous blooming flowers in the greenhouse? You can have both at the infamous Gardens by the Bay! This award-winning attraction will leave you standing in awe with a variety of plants from the Mediterranean and semi-arid regions. You will also get a chance to catch the spectacular sight of the glowing Supertrees Grove under the stars!

Opening Hours: 9.00am – 9.00pm daily

Getting there: By MRT and Bus

  • Bayfront Station (CE1)> Exit B
  • Marina Bay Station (NS27/CE2)> Transfer to Bus 400

Orchard Road

This street is famed as the hottest shopping destination in Singapore. Iconic departmental stores include Ion Orchard, Tangs, Takashimaya, and Robinsons, and can be easily found on this bustling street. Whether you are a local or tourist, this is the perfect place to go shopping all-day everyday.

Opening Hours: 10.00am till late daily

Getting there: By MRT

  • Orchard Station (NS22)
  • Somerset Station (NS23)
  • Dhoby Ghaut Station (NE6/NS24/CC1)
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