You may want to embark on a scenic driving trip to Singapore on your own, especially if you reside in nearby cities in West Malaysia. Singapore has two land checkpoints that operate 24 hours a day, at Tuas and Woodlands.
Foreign-registered vehicles are allowed to stay in Singapore for a grace period of at most 14 days, and visitors may apply for an extension of the grace period for their vehicles at the Land Transport Authority’s (LTA) office. While driving in to or around Singapore, Vehicle Entry Permit (VEP), toll and Electronic Road Pricing (ERP) fees may be charged. These can be paid with an Autopass card which is available for purchase at VEP/Toll office at both the Tuas and Woodlands checkpoints.
For more information on driving foreign-registered vehicles in Singapore, you can visit www.lta.gov.sg.
For easy driving routes within Singapore, you may log on to www.gothere.sg, which provides comprehensive route options.