To plan your MRT trip in Singapore, visit Journey.SMRT.com.sg to view and download a map of the rail network showing the routes, station names and numbers, and where the different lines intersect. YourSingapore.com also features a rail network map along with maps showing the locations of Singapore's neighborhoods, hotels and tourist attractions. TransitLink.com lists train times and fare information. Apps that help with trip planning include GoThere.sg and SMRTConnect, available on YourSingapore.com, and How2Go (H2G), which is available on MyTransport.com.Continue Reading
If you are arriving in Singapore at Changi Airport who wish to travel by rail, take the East West Line, which runs across the city center and intersects with each of the other lines that cross the city. Purchase a ticket at the station for a single trip on the MRT or, if you plan to make several trips, buy a one-, two- or three-day Singapore Tourist Pass, which allows you unlimited travel on the MRT and the city's basic bus service. Buy the pass at TransitLink Ticket Offices located in a number of MRT stations, including Changi Airport, Chinatown and HarbourFront.
MRT stands for Singapore railway's Mass Rapid Transit system. Some of the railway lines, such as the Thomson East Coast Line and stages two and three of the Downtown Line, are still under construction as of 2015. Their proposed routes are indicated by broken lines on the YourSingapore.com rail network map. The map also shows the city's Light Rail Transit system.Learn more about Geography