As one of the most modern and rapidly growing countries in Southeast Asia, Singapore’s sophistication makes it accessible to all. For travelers, exploring Singapore is very easy because there are many hotels and world-class public transportation. Some of the infrastructures are also wheelchair friendly and tourist attractions are very accessible.
In fact, if you are traveling or on a staycation with an elderly family member or a loved one with a disability, you don’t have to worry because there are many public facilities that you can take advantage of. Here are a series of public facilities that you can take advantage of and you need to know when you explore Singapore.
1. Mass Rail Transit (MRT)
Singapore’s Mass Rail Transit (MRT) is one of the easiest modes of transportation when you want to get around. Singapore’s MRT is divided into routes or lines and is managed by two operators: SMRT and SBS Transit. Meanwhile, there are 5 MRT lines in Singapore, namely the East-West Line (green), North-South Line (red), Circle Line (yellow), North-East Line (purple), and Downtown Line (dark blue).
MRT ticket prices vary, depending on what payment method you choose. You can buy standard tickets, or pay with an …