July 3, 2008

MRT - LRT Favorite Public Transport In Singapore

This is SMRT (Train), the most convienience public transport in Singapore. SMRT operates two main rail lines, the North South Line which runs from Marina Bay Station to Jurong East Station via Woodlands Station, and the East West Line which runs from Pasir Ris Station to Boon Lay Station.


If you wish to connect to the North East Line, simply change trains at Dhoby Ghaut Station or Outram Park Station. For you wish to head to the Singapore Expo Centre or travellers bound for Singapore Changi Airport, hop on board the Singapore Changi Airport Express which calls at Tanah Merah Station.

Taking mrt more accurate in term of time rather than bus. But some time we have to work Little bit further to the mrt station. Walking distant within 10 minutes is consider near to the mrt station.

LRT is a connector from MRT to the deeper area. Average longest travel time is about 10 to 15 minutes to destination destination.






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5 comments: on "MRT - LRT Favorite Public Transport In Singapore"

Milla Widia N said...

yipeee september I'm goin to singapore... to watch F1 grand prix !!!... and I'm gonna see this MRT :)

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