If you are planning to visit Marina Bay Sands in Singapore, you may be wondering how to get there. The good news is that there are several options available. This article will discuss some of the most common ways of getting to this popular location and help you decide which one is right for you.
Take the MRT.
From the airport, take the MRT to HarbourFront station. Then:
Board bus service number 2 or 12 from outside HarbourFront station.
Get off at the bus stop outside Marina Bay Sands.
Take the bus.
The easiest way to get to Marina Bay Sands is by bus. You can take bus 170 from Orchard Road, which passes through the Central Business District and Raffles Place. The journey takes about 30 minutes and costs S$3.50 per adult; children aged six to 12 years old pay half price, while those under six travel for free. The bus drops you off at stop no. 8 on Bayfront Avenue, from where you can walk along South Bridge Road until you reach Marina Bay Sands' entrance gates.
Take a taxi.
The taxi stand is located under the canopy, opposite the park entrance. The taxi number is (852) 2828 8888, and costs around $30-$40 one way. It takes about 15 minutes to get there from Central station, depending on traffic.
Rent a Car
If you’re traveling alone and want to go on a day trip to Marina Bay Sands, renting a car is a good option. It's also an ideal choice if you are planning on visiting more than one attraction in Singapore within the same trip.
So there you have it! The different ways to get to Marina Bay Sands. For those who want to travel by public transport or do not have their own vehicle, the MRT and bus are great options. If you’re comfortable with taking your time on a longer journey or have limited luggage space, then renting a car may be perfect for you. Whatever method works best for you as an individual traveler is what we recommend!