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Singapore may be small, but our size isn’t a reflection of how extensive our MRT system is, boasting a total of more than 130 stations on MRT Map, reaching almost every nitty-gritty spot across our island.
If you’re guilty of constantly complaining – “But Singapore so boring leh”, this comprehensive guide to the MRT lines might open up new weekend adventures for you. The next time you catch yourself saying that, just whip this MRT Map page out, pick a stop (any stop!) to alight at, and get ready to uncover your local hidden gems.
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Singapore started their first MRT station in the early 1980’s, with the first section of the MRT launching operations on November 7th in 1987. It was a North South line station that spanned across 6km and consisted of five stations. Mrt tracks are built around districts to ensure the stations are fully utilised.
|MRT Fares (as of 28 December 2019) Source: Wikipedia|
|Adult||Senior citizen /|
Persons with disabilities
|$0.92 – $2.17||$0.59 – $0.92||$0.42 – $0.63||$0.68 – $1.72|
How to pay for Singapore MRT rides?
You are able to use stored value card, i.e ez-link or NETS Flashpay, or buy 1-2 way tickets at each station as well. Fares are charged based on distance travelled.
Operating hours for Singapore MRTs:
5.30am to around midnight daily. With the exception of festive periods.
Train arrives every 2-3 minutes during peak, and 5-7 minutes during offpeak.
Services available in MRT stations:
Haircut, nail salon & tuition centers often occupy rental within stations as well.
You can check out what to do on varies MRT stations through the linked guides below!
If you are looking to explore MRT Lines and MRT stations, out of boredom or adventure.
You should know that different MRT lines and MRT stations have different specialties, it depends entirely on what you are interested in. As a local, my only recommendation is to explore and see what area interest you the most.
Currently there are 5 MRT lines in operation (Not inclusive of LRT), with the Thomson–East Coast MRT line / brown line coming soon.
An intimately-coined term by many East-siders, “East side best side” is not for nothing. The amount of food that lies within this space is much to behold, especially for your bellies.
Other than food, other exciting adventures you can look out for are also leisure and entertainment in heartland malls, and even some outdoor sightseeing along the East-West Line Mass Rapid Transport (MRT) Map.
Check out more East-West Line recommendations here.
There 35 stations on the EWL MRT Map.
|EW1 CR5 CP1|
|EW2 – DT32|
|EW16 NE3 TE17|
|EW24 NS1 JE5|
|Tuas West Road|
Children up to 0.9m in height and who are accompanied by a fare-paying commuter will be able to travel the MRT for free.
For other commuters, a range of concession cards are available to reduce the cost of public transport.
While City Hall, Orchard and Somerset have long stolen the limelight on the North-South line, some off-the-beaten paths on Toa Payoh, Newton and Sembawang may very well be a good bet for novel adventures on days you’re not feeling the urban jungle.
You can expect to find leisure and entertainment, art and culture, food, as well as outdoor activities along the North-South Line Mass Rapid Transport (MRT) Map.
There 27 stations on the NSL MRT Map.
|NS1 EW24 JE5|
|NS4 BP1 JS1|
|NS21 – DT11|
|NS24 NE6 CC1|
|NS27 CE2 TE20|
|Choa Chu Kang|
|Yio Chu Kang|
|Ang Mo Kio|
Marina South Pier
Downtown Line may be the newest kid on the block, but its prominent neighbourhoods definitely have been popular hangout spots for tourists and the local gallivants.
Some of the most interesting finds along this line are art and culture places, leisure and entertainment, as well as outdoor activities on the Downtown Line MRT.
There 35 stations on the DTL MRT Map.
|DT1 – BP6|
|DT11 – NS21|
|DT32 – EW2|
|King Albert Park|
|Tan Kah Kee|
Some main locations worth checking out along the purple line are Punggol, Little India, and Nex. Along this North-East MRT route, you can expect to find leisure and entertainment, art and culture, as well as ourdoor activities.
There 17 stations on the NEL MRT Map.
|NE3 EW16 TE17|
|NE6 NS24 CC1|
|NE17 PTC CP4|
Although much of Circle Line serves as residential and work areas, that doesn’t mean this line is all that boring.
If you find yourself along this line, check out the local food options here, as well as shopping malls. As you explore a little further off the line towards the end, you can expect to unwind in the serenity of nature.
You can check out Circle Line recommendations here.
There 17 stations on the NEL MRT Map.
|CC1 NS24 NE6|
|Haw Par Villa|