Located in the Jurong Lake District, this area is slated to become the next CBD of Singapore. It is also home to Bukit Batok Town Park, a nature park and the Princess Elizabeth Primary School. For education, the nearby schools include Bukit Batok Primary School, Dazhong Primary School, and Dunearn Secondary School.
For the transport and amenities, the Bukit Batok town area is well-served by two MRT stations. The West Mall, developed by a joint venture between United Industrial Corporation and Singapore Land, is a seven-storey mall with a gross floor area of 283,000 sq ft. It features a Cineplex and shops. For the schools, there are several primary and secondary schools located in Bukit Batok.
There are several bus services that serve the area. The 61 and the 945 buses stop near the town council office. It costs $0.45 to $2.21 to travel on public transport in the town.
Lot One Shopping Centre
Lot One Shopping Centre is a shopping mall situated in the residential district of Choa Chu Kang, Singapore. The mall was opened in 1997 and is a popular destination for families. It features an upscale selection of retail stores and restaurants. The mall is located next to a bus interchange and MRT/LRT station. The mall has a wide catchment area, which includes residents of the neighborhood, uniformed personnel from nearby military camps, and students from nearby schools.
If you are looking for a prestigious shopping mall, Lot One is a great place to go. The shopping center has everything you’ll need: fashion stores, restaurants, and a cinema. There’s something for everyone. There are also several amenities and services, including a food court and a library. The mall also features a supermarket and electrical and household store.
Woodlands Ring Primary and Secondary School
Woodlands Ring Primary and Secondary School is located near Woodlands NPC. It is accessible via MRT stations at Woodlands, Marsiling and Kranji. The area is also home to 12 temples. The school has a strong ethos and values in fostering growth and knowledge.
The school is an active member of the local community. It aims to impart a love of learning and the community. The students and teachers are motivated to help the community and the environment.
Bukit Batok Nature Park
Looking at The Heart of Bukit Batok, Singapore, you’ll notice a number of changes. The town was once heavily dominated by pineapple and rubber plantations. However, in the 1940s, a Ford factory was built nearby. Today, the town is a booming business district with modern shopping malls and many dining options.
Bukit Batok Bus Interchange is home to the Heart Zone project, which is being developed by PTC in partnership with the Down Syndrome Association of Singapore and SG Enable. The project is also home to an artwork designed by the Down Syndrome Association (Singapore). The artwork is a representation of the inclusive public bus environment. The Heart Zone is located near the Passenger Service Office.
Bukit Batok MRT station
If you’re looking for a convenient and quick way to get to Bukit Batok Town, there are a number of transportation options available. For example, there’s the Bt Batok MRT station, which is only a short walk away. Alternatively, there are buses that run to the heart of Bukit Batok, including the 61 and 945. These routes both have convenient bus stops and cost anywhere from $0.45 to $2.21.
Public Transport Council (PTC) has launched a new project called the Heart Zone, which aims to improve the public transport experience in the town. The project is a collaborative effort between PTC, Republic Polytechnic, and other community stakeholders. The project’s artwork depicts the beauty of the community, with people from different backgrounds coming together as one. The Heart Zone is located near the Passenger Service Office.
Green and Sustainable Tengah District
A proposed new town in Bukit Batok is set to be eco-friendly and car-lite. Set on the last large piece of land in the city, Tengah will have 42,000 new houses when completed, with lush greenery surrounding the neighbourhood. The development is being undertaken by a joint venture between MCL Land and City Developments Limited, both of which have experience in property development.
In addition, HDB has partnered with the SP Group to create a software system and mobile app that will help residents monitor and optimize their energy consumption. This will ensure cleaner living conditions, while reducing spillages, odors and pest infestations. In addition, HDB homes in Tengah will come with smart-switched socket outlets and a smart distribution board. The software will also enable residents to make adjustments to their lifestyles based on their energy usage.