Orchid Country Club

1 Orchid Club Road, Singapore, 769162, Singapore
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EZ Link Card or Single Journey Ticket

by emvineza

Hi, my family and i are travelling to Singapore for 5 days and scheduled a visit to different places in Singapore. Is it advisable to buy the $15 EZ Link or should we just purchase single journey ticket everytime we travel using the trains and buses? by the way we were 12 in the family. Thanks! Erin

Re: EZ Link Card or Single Journey Ticket

by winniekho

Once you are in Singapore, you should visit Kuching, Sarawak, Malaysia, (Borneo Island). It is just an hour flight from Singapore. If you love nature and rich traditional culture, is a must to visit.
Winnie Kaplan

Re: EZ Link Card or Single Journey Ticket

by joysweet

would suggest you buy the card - since there's 12 in your party, it would be quite a few minutes just to get the card and refund it! you can also use the ezlink card on the Bus, and the monorail/bus fee to Sentosa

Re: EZ Link Card or Single Journey Ticket

by pangaeatours


I always buy the $8 tourist pass card which is good for unlimited travel for bus and mrt all day. But i think with 12 people the mrt can get very crowded but i know you would have problems with the bus (finding seats). I think it may be a better option just to rent a 15 person passenger van with a driver. Then you can come and go as you please and always have seats for everyone. It may even be cheaper or very close to public transportstion costs and you can see/do more.

Re: EZ Link Card or Single Journey Ticket

by muratkorman

Public transportation is very efficient in SG. Geting a single ticket everytime would be a big hassle because you have to return it to get the deposit so you have to spend a lot of time in every station. EZ Link is the best option. It may seem costly but if you will travel around Singapore, it will be very convenient. You can check my Singapore page for suggestions.

Re: EZ Link Card or Single Journey Ticket

by emvineza

hello brian. your reply is very helpful, actually we added 5 more memnbers of the family. do you know where can we rent a van? is it more expensive than taking the trains?thank you so much!

Re: EZ Link Card or Single Journey Ticket

by emvineza

Thank you so much guys for answering my query. i'm thinking of renting a van instead since we've increase the number of visitors from our family. do you have any idea where can we rent a van for 17 people? and how much will it cost?

Re: EZ Link Card or Single Journey Ticket

by winniekho

I don't think you can find a van for 17 people. Mostly for 8 or 9 people. Look out at the car rental website in Singapore. I would advise that it will be wise to have 2 vans.
Singapore is extremely clean city and very strict with their laws. You also can drive to Johor which is part of Malaysia just next to Singapore by crossing the bridge and you can enjoy shopping there because of lower currency.
Have fun and enjoy yourself.

Travel Tips for Singapore

How pleasant Airports can be...

by divandrea

Singapore Changi is probably THE transit airport in Asia. So if you have to kill a few hours before travelling to Australia or Europe, and you would like to allow yourself something: go to the airport spa. Have a massage or rent a whirlpool. After and before a long distance flight, you just feel completely relaxed. It's definitely worth while!


P.S.: It's not my favorite thing about Singapore, but about Singapore Airport...

Big Bird

by Jmill42

By far the coolest and funniest statue of my trip was this guy. It is located along the waterfront by the Boat Quay. Lets just say that its rear is too anatomically correct! Weird!

Its artist's name is Botero and its name is as it should be... Bird. Its made out of bronze and was commisioned by the bank it sits underneath, the United Overseas Bank.

Don't litter !!!

by easterntrekker

First-time offenders face a fine of up to S$1,000. For repeat offenders--it's a fine of up to S$2,000 and a Corrective Work Order (CWO). The CWO requires litterbugs to spend a few hours cleaning a public place, for example, picking up litter in a park. The litterbugs are made to wear bright jackets, and sometimes, the local media are invited to cover the public spectacle.
Hummm. Better not to litter!!


by imstress

Singaporeans speak in a peculiar formof English called "Singlish".

Singlish mixes English with some common phrases in the Chinese dialects (mostly Hokkien) and some Malay. Singlish is one of the elements that gives Singaporeans their unique identity.

Practice the following phrases with your Singaporean friend :

Aiyah: sigh and exasperation.
(Aiyah, like that also can meh).

Cheem: Difficult to understand.
(the book is so cheem, dont understand leh)

Huh: I beg your pardon
(Huh? I dont get u)

Lah, lor, meh: For punctuating sentences.
(Don't be like that lah. I am like that lor. Cannot meh)

Shiok: Something that gives a kick.
(the chilli crab was so hot and so shiok)

Beach activities on Sentosa Island

by Umea6

If the hot & humid weather doesn't make you lazy and you have enough energy, there is a lot to do on the beaches of Sentosa Island apart from swiming and diving. It is a great place to play beach volleyball and company is easy to find. You can also consider learning wind-surfing since the wind isn't so strong, It is great for beginners. The beach is almost 3,5 km long and there are three main beaches on the island: Siloso, Tanjung, Palawan. After you finish with the sweaty activities, It is also taken care of drinks and refreshments on the beach.

I prefere renting a bike (for free) at Sentosa and explore the island on my own. Ball, swimsuit, sun lotion ...


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Address: 1 Orchid Club Road, Singapore, 769162, Singapore