Yong Siew Toh Conservatory of Music (National University of Singapore)
3 Conservatory Drive, Singapore 117376
Nearest MRT station:
Clementi (EW23) or Kent Ridge (CC24)
96 (to Clementi Central) & 151 (to Bukit Timah)
NUS Internal Shuttle Bus Services A2, C, D1, D2 and BTC
Parking at basement of the Conservatory Building. NUS Carpark 3
Getting around Singapore
The public transport in Singapore is well connected with commuters able to choose between train, taxis and buses.
Over 19,000 taxis ply the streets of Singapore round the clock. You may flag down a taxi from the street, queue for one at a taxi stand, or make a booking through the taxi company’s hotline or website. Taxis carry a maximum of four passengers by regulation in Singapore. Other than the travel fare, surcharges may include Electronic Road Pricing (ERP), peak hour and public holiday charges. A surcharge is also imposed by taxis for picking up passengers from the Changi International Airport.
To find out more details or to book a taxi, please contact the respective taxi companies:
Public buses run daily from 5.30am to midnight, and their pick-up routes are extremely comprehensive throughout the island at regular intervals (less than 30 minutes between buses). There are also extended night services which cost slightly more. You can either pay via cash, or an EZ-Link cash card you can buy or top up value at any bus interchange or MRT station.
The two main bus operators in Singapore are:
SBS Transit Ltd and SMRT Buses Ltd.
Visit the following website for more information on respective bus routes and fares: http://journey.smrt.com.sg
Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) & Light Rail Transit (LRT)
The Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) operates a network of trains, which serves 106 stations, covering most business, shopping and residential areas in Singapore. These trains are highly reliable, arriving every three to eight minutes from 5.30 am to 12.30 am daily. The Light Rail Transit (LRT) is a 7.8km feeder rail service of 43 stations, covering only Bukit Panjang, Sengkang and Punggol estates currently.
Visit http://journey.smrt.com.sg to find out more details on train routes, fares and travel times. To travel on both the MRT and LRT, you can either buy tickets at any train station, or pay using an EZ-Link cash card purchased at any station or bus terminal. You can use the same EZ-Link card to travel on public buses in Singapore.