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Singapore Car Hire

A small island country that is easy to explore thanks to its size, hiring a car in Singapore may prove the most convenient way for you to explore this interesting destination. The mainland measures just 31 miles from east to west and 16 miles from north to south. At we can help you find your ideal vehicle and onto the road for the duration of your trip.

Much of Singapore is heavily urbanised, although there are green spaces to explore that a car can help get to, such as the Bukit Timah Nature Reserve, set among 163 hectares of rainforest that surround Singapore’s highest peak of the same name. The built up areas can become congested during peak times, although finding parking is usually quite easy.

A hire car will give you the opportunity to head over into Malaysia and explore a little of the country, although you should ensure that you are allowed to leave Singaporean territory before doing so.

Although only a small island, hiring a satellite navigation system can be a very good idea for getting around roads that you do not know, particularly if heading into Malaysia. At the very least have a decent enough map and a good idea of your route before setting out, even if you do have a sat nav.

Something to note is the increased crackdown on road-hogging in Singapore. In the UK it is seen as an annoyance and perhaps a cause of an impatient honk or two on the horn, but in Singapore it is an offence and you can be fined and even imprisoned. So stick to the left lane when not overtaking to avoid any nasty shocks.