In Southeast Asia, Singapore is an aviation center which closely connects Southeast Asia with Europe, America and Oceania depending on the airborne networks of Singapore Changi International Airport. Changi International Airport is one of the busiest airports in the world. Its air routes fly to 54 countries and regions, as well as 127 cities, which is one of the biggest airports in Southeast Asia.
It is very convenient to go to Singapore from China. Singapore Airlines, China Southern Airlines, Air China Limited, China Southwest Airlines, China Yunnan Airlines and China Eastern Airlines have their own flights. And every week there flights service between Singapore and some Chinese city, such as Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Xiamen, Hangzhou, Kunming and Chengdu. There is one shuttle flight between Singapore and Kuala Lumpur every hour.
There are 4 pick-up locations in the center of the city: Concorde Hotel, Mandarin Orchard Singapore Hotel, Peninsula Excelsior Hotel or Marina Mandarin Singapore Hotel, all of which have fixed-point shuttle buses to the Airport.
Tanjong Pagar Railway Station is near Tanjong Pagar MRT Station. Singapore is off the southern tip of the railway networks of the Malay Peninsula. You can go straight by train to every main city on the west coast of the Malay Peninsula from Singapore, such as Kuala Lumpur, Johor Baharu and Ipoh. There are 3 air-conditioned expresses for Kuala Lumpur, 7-hour per trip, with the fare not less than 30 SGD.
E&O Expresses (Eastern & Oriental Expresses) are the deluxe trains which shuttle among Singapore, Malaysia and Thailand, known as luxury facilities, abundant food and courteous service. From Singapore to Bangkok, the fare is not less than 600 SGD, with a journey time of 42 hours,
Inside Singapore, not only does the transportation prosper, but also facilities are very advanced. Apart from MTR, taxi and bus, tourists can also hire their own cars for tours, even take pedicabs for tours.
I updated this article on May 3, 2012
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