The Circle Line is Singapore’s train line which circles the business-shopping-recreational belt that is located within the southern half of Singapore.
The Circle Line Tour is ideal for those who want to sample a cross-section of what Singapore has to offer. It is also ideal for those who want to see as much as possible in a day or two.
The Guide To The Circle Line Attractions will not only enable you to make use of your time more effectively but will save you loads! Simply buy a train ticket and let us show you how to go about seeing Singapore in a different light!
The first thing to note is that not all the surroundings of the 29 stations along the Circle Line route are exactly tourist attractions. Honestly, even if they are, you won’t have that kind of time. Neither are all the real attractions in close proximity to the stations. So, we have sieved out the best attractions, so that you can see and do the maximum in minimum time.. so that you can have more time to sight-see, shop, relax and enjoy yourself.
The Circle Line Tour will bring you (hop on at Dhoby Ghaut station or Bras Basah station) through the city’s art district (Esplanade), the Singapore Flyer & Marina Bay Sands Casino (Promenade), a Singapore-styled public housing estate (Bishan), an extensive catalogue of Singapore’s flora (Botanic Gardens), Singapore’s “Bohemian” or “Expat” enclave (Holland Village), a Chinese mythological theme park (Haw Par Villa) and Vivo City Shopping Centre/Resorts World Sentosa/Universal Studios (Harbour Front).
“Real” Guide to the Circle Line Attractions
This is the recommended order of stations to stop by (click on each to see what’s in store):
Relax and have fun in this clean, safe and wonderful place called Singapore!
(Here is a complete Guide on how to move around Singapore’s public transport system in case you want more information.)
(Here is the SMRT’s official Circle Line Guide)
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