Uber says that the city-state is a technology hub for the region and has long welcome innovation. What’s more, it says that it has realized that citizens are tired of driving themselves to work and have embraced the service as a way to get around in comfort and style. The unpredictable weather also makes Uber much more appealing, especially if everyone is going after the thousands of taxi cabs all at the same time.
via Uber officially launches in Singapore after four weeks of testing in its first Asian city – The Next Web.
Black Our default option will get you the classic black sedan or Van curbside within minutes. Note: choosing “Black” and being picked up by a Van will not charge you our Van rates. Seats up to 4 people.
Base Fare (Start with this fare) S$7.00
Per Kilometer (Speed over 18km/h) S$2.25
Per Minute (Speed at or below 18km/h) S$0.85
Minimum Fare S$12.00
Central Business District to Changi Airport S$50
Changi Airport to Central Business District S$55
Clarke Quay to Marina Bay Sands S$16
Sentosa to ION Orchard S$32
INSEAD to Bishan Public Library S$34
Fares currently account for ERP costs.
via Uber – Singapore.
Commute between Tiong Bahru and NUS (9.4km) would cost between S$28.15-40.90 (Uber) vs. S$8-11.20 (regular taxi), about 3.5x more.