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Tourist Pass for Public Transport in Singapore (Indonesian Translation)

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Published on Dec 11, 2018

How to use public transport in Singapore? Singapore Tourist Pass is a card that offers tourist travel and transportation on Singapore’s basic bus services, MRT and LRT trains for the duration that it is valid (The video has Indonesian language translation).

If you are visiting Singapore for the first time, you can also try Singapore Tourist Pass Plus that offers the benefits of the Singapore Tourist Pass and more besides not needing to pay a rental deposit, you also enjoy exclusive perks by presenting your STP+ card.


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Singapore introduced the Singapore Tourist Pass (STP) in the year of 2018. More people start to find out about STP. Singapore Tourist Pass is very similar to the well known ez-link card.

STP offers unlimited access to public transportations such as buses, MRTs and LRTs. However you cannot use it on Express Services, Fast Forward, Night Owl, NightRider, Chinatown Direct, premium service buses and etc.

With STP, you would need to pay a deposit of SGD 10 (will be given back to you once you have returned the card within the expiry date). If STP holders did not return the card after expiration date, you can use it as a normal ez-link card but your deposit will not be returned.

All you need to do is to pay a certain amount money, choose the number of days and duration and you can ride as many public transportations as you want. 1 day costs SGD 20, 2 days cost SGD 26, 3 days cost SGD 30 and free for children below 0.9m high. These prices are inclusive of the SGD 10 deposit. You can get this amazing pass at transit link counters or STP automatic machine.

Among the stations that sell STP are Orchard, Raffles Place, Tanjong Pagar, Bayfront, Changi Airport, Jurong East, Kranji, Woodlands, Somerset, Farrer Park, Bugis, Lavender, City Hall, China Town, Harbourfront, and Chinatown. Do note that each card can only be used for 1 person but individuals can buy a maximum of 3 STP cards in a single purchase.

Cash payment can be made at the counter while payment using debit/credit card can be done by the automatic STP machine. The STP automatic machine in Changi Airport is in operation 24/7 so you can get it anytime. The card itself will be activated upon the first tap to the MRT, bus, or LRT. The expiration date will be at 23:59 on any days.

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