Subzone of Clementi Planning Area
Toh Tuck // is a residential area in the Western region of Singapore. It located east of Bukit Batok, North of Bukit Timah and South of Hillview estates. The northern part of the estate is in Bukit Batok, while the southern part is in Bukit Timah, with Toh Tuck Road being the border. It comprises several private housing estates and some public housing along Jalan Jurong Kechil. Beauty World, Bukit Timah Plaza, Bukit Timah Market and Beeh Low See Buddhist Temple are located at one end of the road. It is served by the Downtown MRT Line.
Choa Chu Kang, alternatively spelt as Chua Chu Kang and often abbreviated as CCK, is a planning area and residential town located at the north-westernmost point of the West Region of Singapore. The town shares borders with Sungei Kadut to the north, Tengah to the southwest, Bukit Batok to the southeast, Bukit Panjang to the east and the Western Water Catchment to the west. Choa Chu Kang New Town is separated into two portions by the Kranji Expressway.
Bukit Timah, often abbreviated as Bt Timah, is a planning area and residential estate located in the westernmost part of the Central Region of Singapore. Bukit Timah lies roughly 10 kilometres (6.2 mi) from the Central Business District, bordering the Central Water Catchment to the north, Bukit Panjang to the northwest, Queenstown to the south, Tanglin to the southeast, Clementi to the southwest, Novena to the east and Bukit Batok to the west.
Bukit Batok, often abbreviated as Bt Batok, is a planning area and matured residential town located along the eastern boundary of the West Region of Singapore. Bukit Batok statistically ranks in as the 25th largest, the 12th most populous and the 11th most densely populated planning area in the Republic. It is bordered by six other planning areas - Choa Chu Kang to the North, northeast and northwest, Cashew to the northeast and east, Clementi to the south, Bukit Timah to the southeast, Jurong East to the southwest and Tengah to the west.
Bukit Panjang, often abbreviated as Bt Panjang or simply BP, is a planning area and residential town located in the West Region of Singapore. The planning area is bounded by Bukit Batok to the west, Choa Chu Kang to the northwest, Sungei Kadut to the north, the Central Water Catchment to the east and Bukit Timah to the south. Bukit Panjang New Town is located at the northern portion of the planning area. Bukit Panjang has an average elevation of 36m/118 ft and a portion of this town is situated on a low-lying elongated hill.
Jurong East is a planning area and residential town located in the West Region of Singapore. It borders Jurong West and Boon Lay to the west, Clementi to the east, Tengah and Bukit Batok to the north and Selat Jurong to the south.
Bukit Gombak is a subzone of Bukit Batok, Singapore. It is a hilly neighbourhood in the west-central area of the Southeast Asian city-state of Singapore. In the Malay language, bukit means hill and gombak a bunch or collection of something. The neighbourhood consists of two hills. One of them stands at 133m while the other stands at 113m. They are Singapore's second and third highest natural point after Bukit Timah Hill.
Bukit Batok MRT station is an above-ground Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) station on the North South Line in Bukit Batok, Singapore. Until the opening of the Woodlands Extension, the station was part of the Branch Line.
The Bukit Batok Memorial is located on top of the tranquil Bukit Batok Hill upon which once stood two war memorials built by Australian POWs to commemorate the war dead of the Japanese and the Allies who fought during the decisive Battle of Bukit Timah in Singapore during the Second World War. The two memorials were destroyed after the war and only the road and stairs that used to lead to them mark its legacy today.
Teban Gardens is a residential precinct located in Jurong East, Singapore. Immediately north of Pandan Reservoir, it comprises exclusively public housing built by the JTC Corporation and Housing and Development Board.
King Albert Park MRT station is an underground Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) station on the Downtown Line in Bukit Timah, Singapore.
Beauty World MRT station is an underground Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) station on the Downtown Line (DTL) in Bukit Timah, Singapore. Located along Upper Bukit Timah Road, this station took its name from the historic Beauty World, an amusement park and market that once stood in the vicinity. Beauty World station primarily serves the residential estates along Jalan Jurong Kechil and Toh Yi Drive, as well as Beauty World Centre, Beauty World Plaza and Bukit Timah Shopping Centre. It is also within walking distances to Ngee Ann Polytechnic.
Cashew MRT station is an underground Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) station on the Downtown Line, located on the boundary of Bukit Panjang and Bukit Batok planning areas, Singapore.
Hillview is located in north west Singapore. The neighbourhood overlooks Bukit Timah Hill, hence its name.
Jurong Road is a small road near Tengah in western Singapore, linking Bukit Batok Road with a Heavy Vehicle Carpark nearby.
Bukit Batok Bus Depot is a bus depot located at 550 Bukit Batok Street 23, Singapore 659519.
Choa Chu Kang Road is a road in Singapore presently in two sections.
Bukit Batok Town Park is a nature park located in the precinct of Guilin in the town of Bukit Batok, Singapore. The park was created from a disused granite quarry. As such, it has a resemblance to the granite rock formations in Guilin, China. Hence it is also known as Little Guilin or Xiao Guilin among the Chinese.
Bukit Timah Single Member Constituency is a former single-member constituency (SMC) in Bukit Timah, Singapore. The name - Bukit Timah still exists since the independence.
Bukit Batok Single Member Constituency (SMC) is a constituency covering a portion of Bukit Batok in Singapore. It existed from 1972 to 1997, when it was merged with Bukit Timah GRC. It was carved out as an SMC again ahead of the 2015 general elections. It absorbed part of Bukit Panjang, Bukit Timah & Choa Chu Kang constituencies in 1972. The incumbent MP is Murali Pillai of People's Action Party (PAP).