There are taxis available everywhere in Singapore. Taxis entering designated restricted zones will pass through the Electronic Road Pricing gantry posts and passengers are required to pay the amount indicated on the In-Vehicle Unit.
There is also an addition 50% surcharge to the original fare from midnight to 6 a.m. During peak hours and advance bookings, surcharge applies too.
Prices are low for this mode of transportation and it runs on most routes from 6 a.m. to midnight.
The Mass Rapid Transport (MRT) is the fastest mode of transport to get around Singapore. The fares are relatively cheap and it stops over 48 stations.
With a valid International drivers permit, one can hire a car and drive around the island. Driving across the causeway is only permitted if the petrol tank is three-quarters full.
To park, coupons have to be bought and displayed at the vehicle. Coupons can be bought from post offices or petrol stations.