Living in Singapore

Click here for more information about Singapore Changi International Airport.

Changi Airport is one the busiest airports in the world. Thousands of travellers come and go every day. It is a very convenient and efficient airport. As an arriving passenger, you have to go through the following steps upon your arrival:

Shortly before landing, the air crew will give you a Disembarkation/ Embarkation form to fill in your personal particulars. You should return this form to the immigration counter at the airport.. If you are not given the form on the plane, you can also obtain it from the immigration counter at the airport and fill it up on the spot.

To and From Changi Airport

  • Singapore Changi Airport is easily accessible with many modes of transportation available to and from the Airport. To find out more about the various mode of transport, please click here
  • Do you know Changi Airport provides free shuttle buses? Click here to find out more 

Getting around Singapore

Singapore has one of the most extensive and efficient public transport system in the world. Getting around Singapore is very easy and affordable.

Mass Rapid Transit (MRT)

The MRT has an extensive network of trains serving all parts of Singapore. The first train starts operating as early as 5.30 am and the last train service ends as late as 12.00 am. The MRT trains are reliable and frequent, arriving every 2 to 3 minutes during peak hour. Visit the SMRT website to find out more details about train routes, travelling time and fares.

Click here for Singapore MRT Map.


Bus services also run extensively across the island and it operates from 5.30 am to 12.00 am. There are late night buses or “Night Riders” that operate throughout the night but they cost more.

Taxis/ Ride Hailing

Taxis and Ride Hailing services are in abundance in Singapore. You can book a taxi through their hotlines (6342 5222), queue for a taxi at a taxi stand or flag-down one along the road. All taxis fares are metered and are charged based on a flag-down rate and the distance travelled.

For International Training, Capability Development and Capacity Building Programmes, please contact:

Ms Esther Bay, Director

Tel: (65) 6550 0094

Mr Chua Gim Peng, Senior Manager

Tel: (65) 6550 0031

For Application of Full-Time Diploma Courses:

NYP’s Information & Service Centre, i@Central

Tel: (65) 6451 5115