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It’s difficult to feel bored for long in Singapore, where a new and exciting experience waits around every corner. Detox in the Cloud Forest at the UNESCO listed Botanic Gardens. Enjoy a shopping spree in Orchard Road. Feast on just-cooked street food from Hawker stands. Or rent a car – in five hours you’ll be in neighboring beautiful Malaysia.
So, you’re ready to rent a car for your Singapore vacation – but where to begin? We've covered the essentials below.
The minimum age to rent a vehicle in Singapore is 21 years old. If you're aged between 21 and 25, you will most likely have to have to pay a young driver fee. The exact amount depends on your car rental company’s policy.
Avis, Budget, Hertz, Sixt and Thrifty all operate in Singapore. Each company offers different types of vehicles and special offers, so it’s worth shopping around.
All the main car rental companies operate collection desks in Changi Airport, so you can pick up your car as soon as you land in Singapore. Simply reserve your vehicle online and check your email confirmation for details of the location of your car rental company’s pick-up desk.
Yes. You need to bring your valid foreign driving license. It’s also a good idea to bring a proof of address, such as a utility bill or phone bill, and keep your passport handy.
Once you’ve rented a car, you can be at any one of Singapore’s enticing attractions in a matter of minutes. Here are just a few we recommend.
This small bay at the entrance to the Singapore River has had a rebirth, and now boasts some of Singapore’s most famous skyscrapers. Visit for lunch and snap that perfect Instagram shot, or treat yourself to a stay at the lavish Marina Bay Sands hotel, complete with infinity pool.
Stroll through the sky at this awe-inspiring attraction which gives you the chance to see Singapore’s natural world like never. Standing 82 feet (25 meters) high and 820 feet (250 meters) long, this wooden walkway offers a forest view without one high-rise in sight.
Featuring over 400 pieces of Singaporean and Southeast Asian art, the National Gallery is housed in the former Supreme Court building – a wonderful piece of architecture that is a work of art. Prepare to be impressed before you even walk inside.
Haji Lane in the Kampong Glam district is Singapore’s original hipster enclave and a super-cool place to shop, eat and get coffee. Grab your camera and enjoy a chilled afternoon strolling around. On weekends, the area is a car-free zone.