You can find on this page the Singapore streets map to print and to download in PDF. The Singapore roads map presents the road network, main roads, routes and motorways of Singapore in Singapore.
The Singapore streets map shows all street network and main roads of Singapore. This streets map of Singapore will allow you to find your routes through the streets of Singapore in Singapore. The Singapore streets map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.
Bugis Street is thought to be the inspiration behind Leonard Cohen track Boogie Street as its mentioned in Singapore streets map. The Canadian singer-songwriter visited the city-state in 1980 and 1985, during the heyday of its counterculture. Originating from Hokkien, the colloquial phrase of the street of ang mo means ‘red-haired man’ and is often used in Singapore to refer to Westerners. So, it is believed that Ang Mo Kio, which translates to ‘Westerner’s Bridge’, refers to the Caucasian who built it.
The earliest record of Middle street is on an 1836 map of the island. Although the street etymology is a bit mundane – literally named for being located between the European and Asian settlements of Singapore as you can see in Singapore streets map – it is the interaction between these communities that made Middle Road interesting. Orchard street is one of the largest collections of malls in the world, with enough designer labels to rival Saks Fifth Avenue. In the early 19th century, however, it was a thoroughfare that connected a series of fruit and spice orchards.
Smith Street is very popular with tourists today because it is home to the traffic-free Chinatown Food Street as its mentioned in Singapore streets map, an open-air hawker stall that is sheltered by a cleverly designed glass overhang. Albert Street, this place was once known by the Hindus as thimiri thidal or thimeethi thidal, meaning “place where people tread on fire”. And it is exactly what it sounds like. In the 1800s, the Hindus conducted their fire-walking ceremonies on this very street.
The Singapore roads map shows all road network and highways of Singapore. This roads map of Singapore will allow you to find your routes through the roads and motorways of Singapore in Singapore. The Singapore roads map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.
Singapore has a road system covering 3,356 kilometres (2,085 mi) as its shown in Singapore roads map, which includes 161 kilometres (100 mi) of expressways. The Singapore Area Licensing Scheme, implemented in 1975, became the world first congestion pricing scheme, and included other complementary measures such as stringent car ownership quotas and improvements in mass transit.
The road statistic presents the length of paved roads in Singapore from 2009 to 2019. In 2019, approximately 9.5 thousand lane-kilometers of roads were paved, representing an increase from around 8.85 thousand lane-kilometers in 2009 (see Singapore roads map). Singapore have some interesting abbreviations on their road signs: Tg means Tanjong, Kg means Kallang, Bt means Bukit and Jln means Jalan.
Singapore has an extensive 163km freeway network serving the tiny island of 5 million residents as you can see in Singapore roads map. By far, Singapore roads system exceeds anything of any Australian city, an example of simply great planning by the Singapore government which has facilitated the growth of Singapore as a country. Singapore uses a unique three-letter naming system for its expressways rather than the route numbers of Australia. Road infrastructure over the years ensure good connectivity for people and goods. However, this takes up precious land space. In 2012, there are 9,081 lane-km of roads in Singapore, which takes up 12% of land in Singapore.