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189 Tallest HDB Blocks in Singapore With Over 30 Storeys for Unblocked Panoramic Views

Cheryl Chiew
Where is the tallest HDB flat in Singapore located? The answer’s easy: The Pinnacle @ Duxton. The allure of staying on a high floor has enticed an increasing number of people to part with upwards of a million dollars for an HDB unit at the project.
Personally, having an amazing view is the main reason we’d prefer to stay on a high floor versus a low one. If you’re like us and want to look for an HDB flat on a high floor, you’re at the right place.
According to Teoalida, 38 HDB blocks in Singapore are 41 to 50 storeys high, and 151 flats stand 31 to 40 floors tall. So we’ve used the website as a resource, fact-checked the information against HDB’s brochures and generally tried our best to compile this list of HDB flats that are over 30 storeys high. Enjoy!

Tanjong Pagar (Central)

The Pinnacle @ Duxton (Highest HDB Flat in Singapore!)

At 50 storeys, these seven HDB blocks in Singapore’s CBD are officially the tallest HDB flats in Singapore. Residents on the higher floors can see all the way to Keppel Harbour, Tanjong Pagar and Sentosa.
There are two sky bridges on the 26th and 50th floor that connect the different blocks. If you don’t live here but want to visit the 50th storey sky bridge, you can do so for a small $6 fee. Browse listings for Pinnacle @ Duxton.
Address: 1 Cantonment Road
Highest floor: 50
Highest residential floor: 49

Holland Village and Buona Vista (Central)

Ghim Moh Valley at night.
The Holland Village and Buona Vista neighbourhoods have a high percentage of private property covering the areas. However, there is a smattering of HDB flats around the estate.
Prominent schools in the area include Anglo-Chinese School (Independent), Fairfield Methodist Secondary School, and Anglo-Chinese Junior College. Those who have young children can look into moving closer to choice primary schools such as Fairfield Methodist School (Primary) and Henry Park Primary School.
Ghim Moh Valley
22 to 28 Ghim Moh Link
22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27 and 28
40
Ghim Moh Edge
29 to 33 Ghim Moh Link
29, 30, 31, 32 and 33
38
Dover Gardens
28 Dover Crescent
28A, 28B, 28C and 28D
40
Buona Vista Court
18 Holland Drive
18A, 18B, 18C and 18D
40
Browse listings for Ghim Moh, Dover Gardens, and Buona Vista Court.

Commonwealth and Queenstown (Central)

Artist’s impression of SkyTerrace@Dawson.
Commonwealth used to be a part of Queenstown. These neighbourhoods are home to some of the oldest HDB estates in Singapore. Due to their city fringe location, many million-dollar HDB flat transactions which have taken place come from properties located in these areas.
Although not the absolute highest HDB flat in Singapore (that’s The Pinnacle @ Duxton), SkyVille@Dawson deserves a special mention here. At 47 storeys high, it is only slightly shorter than The Pinnacle.
Commonwealth 10
50 and 53 Commonwealth Drive
50 and 53
40
Commonwealth View
89 to 91 Tanglin Halt Road
89, 90 and 91
40
Forfar Heights
48 to 53 Strathmore Avenue
48 and 52 (40 floors); 53 (43 floors)
40 and 43
SkyVille@Dawson
86 to 88 Dawson Road
86, 87 and 88
47
SkyTerrace@Dawson
89 to 93 Dawson Road
89, 90, 91, 92 and 93
43
SkyOasis@Dawson
39 to 43 Margaret Drive
39A, 40A, 42A and 43A (45 floors); 41A (32 floors)
32 and 45
SkyResidence @ Dawson
30 to 37 Margaret Drive
30, 32, 33, 34, 36 and 37
47
SkyParc@Dawson
94 to 96 Dawson Road
94 and 96 (43 floors); 95 (40 floors
40 and 43
Dawson Vista
79 Dawson Road
79
39
SkyOasis@Dawson, SkyResidence and SkyParc@Dawson are expected to be completed in 2021 or later (construction might be further delayed due to COVID-19 delays).

Telok Blangah/Bukit Merah/Tiong Bahru (Central)

Arguably, Telok Blangah, Bukit Merah, and Tiong Bahru are the best HDB districts to live in due to the plethora of cafes, quaint boutiques, and other amenities that serve the area.
Soaring to a whopping 48 storeys in height, the highest HDB block in this part of Singapore’s city-fringe is City Vue@Henderson,
Telok Blangah Towers
80 Telok Blangah Street 31
80A and 80C
38
City Vue@Henderson
95 and 96 Henderson Road
95A, 95B and 96B (40 floors); 95C and 96A (48 floors)
40 and 48
Tiong Bahru View
9 and 10 Boon Tiong Road
9A, 9B and 10A
40
Havelock View
52 to 58 Havelock Road
57 (35 floors);
52, 54 and 55 (36 floors);
58 (38 floors);
53, 56 (40 floors)
35, 36, 38 and 40 (depending on the block)
Kim Tian Green
126 to 127 Kim Tian Road
126A, 126C, 127A, 127C and 127D
40

Whampoa and Kallang (Central)

Tenteram Peak. Source: Facebook
Over the last decade, the Whampoa and Kallang neighbourhoods have gone through a significant rejuvenation. As a result, many cafes, interesting F&B concepts, yoga and spin studios have sprung up alongside old-school shops.
New BTOs such as Kempas Residences are still under construction and expected to be completed in late 2024. And thanks to the Downtown and North East lines, residents of these estates experience excellent connectivity.
Probably the highest HDB development in this area is the City View @ Boon Keng DBSS, which at 40 storeys high, offers its namesake — a dazzling view of the city.
Whampoa Dew
78 Lorong Limau
78
40
McNair Towers
113 Mcnair Road
113A and 113B
35
Towner Crest
149 Towner Road
149A (35 floors); 149B (39 floors)
35 and 39
City View @ Boon Keng
7 to 9 Boon Keng Road
7,8 and 9
40
Bendemeer Light
10 Bendemeer Road
10A, 10B and 10C
40
St. George’s Towers
26 St. George’s Lane, Singapore 321026
25A (34 floors); 26A and 26B (32 floors)
32 and 34
Kempas Residences
1B and 2B Kempas Road
1B (37 floors); 2B (36 floors)
36 and 37
Tenteram Peak
116 Jalan Tenteram
116A and 116B
31
Towner Crest and Kempas Residences are slated for completion in the coming few years, while St. George’s Towers has not MOP-ed yet.

Toa Payoh (Central)

The Peak @ Toa Payoh
Toa Payoh has become a desirable residential area, thanks to how the mature estate is loaded with amenities. Not to mention, the neighbourhood is one of the top 5 areas to live in for dog lovers, with the many dog-friendly facilities available in the area. Those who own dogs can also spend weekends at the nearby Bishan-Ang Mo Kio park with their canine BFFs.
The Peak @ Toa Payoh may not be the highest HDB in Singapore, but it’s certainly a respectable height. At 42 storeys high, it towers over most other blocks in the HDB heartland of Toa Payoh.
Toa Payoh Crest
130 and 131 Lorong 1 Toa Payoh
130A, 130B, 131A and 131B
40
The Peak @ Toa Payoh
138 and 139 Lorong 1a Toa Payoh
138A and 139B (42 floors); 138B, 138C and 139A (41 floors)
41 and 42 floors
Central Horizon
79 Toa Payoh Central
79A, 79B, 79C, 79D and 79E
40
Toa Payoh Apex
262 Toa Payoh East, Singapore 310262
261, 262, 263 and 264
36
Toa Payoh Towers
145 to 152 Lor 2 Toa Payoh
145, 146, 147 and 152
40
Browse listings for The Peak @ Toa Payoh, Central Horizon and Toa Payoh Towers. Toa Payoh Crest and Toa Payoh Apex will MOP only in 2022 and 2023 respectively.

Ang Mo Kio, Marymount and Bishan (North-East/Central)

Natura Loft. Source: Google Maps
The centrally located neighbourhoods of Ang Mo Kio, Marymount and Bishan remain some of the most populated towns in Singapore. The trade-off for crazy peak hour crowds is excellent connectivity via public transport and roads to the CBD.
Those who live on high floors, especially residents of the DBSS Natura Loft, will have views overlooking the city and/or the park. At 40 storeys tall, it is the highest HDB in Singapore’s ‘elite school’ neighbourhood of Bishan.
Natura Loft recently made headlines, with one of its 5-room units selling for $1.36 million, making it the most expensive HDB flat sold to date. That selling price beat the previous record of $1.295 million, which also was for another 5-room unit in the same project.
Teck Ghee Parkview
455 Ang Mo Kio Street 44
455A and 455B (32 and 34 floors); 455C (31 and 33 floors)
34 (depending on the block)
Teck Ghee Vista
308 Ang Mo Kio Avenue 1
308A and 308B
31
Cheng San Court
590 and 591 Ang Mo Kio Street 51
590A (31 floors); 590B and 591A (32 floors)
31 and 32
Natura Loft
273 to 275 Bishan Street 24
273A, 273B and 275A
40
Bishan Towers
156 Bishan Street 11
156A and 156B
33
Browse listings for Teck Ghee Vista and Natura Loft. Ghee Parkview and Cheng San Court have not reached their 5-year MOP date yet. Bishan Towers is expected to TOP in 2Q2025 or later.

Marsiling and Woodlands (North)

Marsiling Heights. Source: Facebook
Estates in the North are typically not as tall, perhaps due to air-zone restrictions. Marsiling Heights and Marsiling Greenview comprise both rental and for-sale units to allow rental flats to better integrate into the heartlands. On the other hand, Woodlands Peak is made up of studio apartments and 3-room flats.
Marsiling Heights
180 Marsiling Road
180A, 180B and 180C
31
Marsiling Greenview
182A Woodlands Street 13
182A
32
Woodlands Peak
302A Woodlands Street 31
302A
33
Browse listings for Marsiling Heights and Woodlands Peak. Marsiling Greenview will only MOP in 2023.

Clementi (West)

Artist’s impression of Trivelis. Source: EL Development Pte Ltd.
Many of these tall flats in Clementi are BTO flats built in the 2010s. In addition, you’ll find some super new blocks like Clementi Crest, which haven’t MOP-ed yet. Clementi NorthArc is a BTO project that is still under construction. Its estimated lease commencement date is 1Q to 2Q2022.
In Clementi, notable projects include Trevelis, a DBSS project, and Clementi Towers, the first HDB project integrated with a mall and bus interchange. Standing at 40 storeys high, both projects are as tall as you get for an HDB block in Singapore’s West.
Casa Clementi
416 to 425 Clementi Avenue 1
416, 420, 421 and 425
39
Clementi Crest
445 Clementi Avenue 3
445A and 445B
40
Clementi Cascadia
440 Clementi Avenue 3, Singapore 123440
440B and 440C
40
Clementi Ridges
312 Clementi Avenue 4
312A, 312B and 312C
37 to 40
Trivelis
311 Clementi Avenue 4
311A, 311B and 311C
40
Clementi Gateway
208 Clementi Avenue 6
208A and 208B
38
Clementi NorthArc
209 and 210 Clementi Avenue 6
209A and 209B (40 floors); 210A and 210B (33 floors)
33 and 40
Clementi Towers
441 Clementi Avenue 3
441A and 441B
40
Clementi Crest, Clementi Cascadia and Clementi NorthArc have not MOP-ed yet. Clementi NorthArc’s expected TOP date is 2Q2021 or later.

Bukit Batok (West)

Artist’s impression of Skyline I @ Bukit Batok and Skyline II at Bukit Batok. Source: Facebook
Bukit Batok is a non-mature estate, which means there aren’t as many amenities, schools and facilities in the area.
However, those who love greenery can consider living here as the neighbourhood is close to several large green spaces such as the Bukit Batok Nature Park, Dairy Farm Nature Park and Bukit Timah Nature Reserve. Just picture the verdant views from these super-tall HDB blocks in Singapore’s ‘countryside’.
Skyline I @ Bukit Batok
194 Bukit Batok West Avenue 6, Singapore 651194
194A and 194B
36
Skyline II @ Bukit Batok
296 Bukit Batok Street 22, Singapore 652296
296A and 296C (38 floors); 296B (33 floors)
33 and 38
SkyPeak @ Bukit Batok
292 and 293 Bukit Batok East Avenue 6
292B, 293B and 293D (31 and 35 floors); 292C, 293B and 29C (40 floors)
31, 35 and 40
Browse listings for Skyline I @ Bukit Batok and Skyline II @ Bukit Batok. SkyPeak @ Bukit Batok will MOP at the end of 2022.

Choa Chu Kang and Bukit Panjang (West)

Artist’s impression of Senja Gateway
Situated in the north-west region of Singapore is Choa Chu Kang and Bukit Panjang. Though these ‘ulu’ areas are more inaccessible and hard to reach, they are perfect for those who want to live far away from the hustle and bustle of the city.
Although not quite as tall as the highest HDB blocks in Singapore, the high-floor flats here boast lots of fresh air and picturesque views thanks to the lower density of housing here.
Senja Heights
640A Senja Road
640A
38
Senja Valley
647 Senja Close
647A and 647B
36
Senja Gateway
635A Senja Road
635A
34
Senja Ridges
638A Senja Road
638A
33
Teck Whye View
161 Jalan Teck Whye, Singapore 683161
161B and 161C
31
Browse listings for Senja Gateway. Senja Heights, Senja Valley and Teck Whye View are still under construction.

Jurong East (West)

Teban Vista. Source: Kaylim Holdings
Finally, we’re at the last estate on our list. Over the years, Jurong East has become a self-contained mini-town. The three shopping malls at the Jurong East MRT stations have brought untold convenience to Westies.
So apart from good views and a cooling breeze, living in the tallest HDB blocks in Singapore’s West is also really convenient, with all your entertainment and lifestyle needs almost at your doorstep.
Teban Vista
20 to 23 Teban Gardens Road
20, 21, 22 and 23
40
Teban View
55 to 57 Teban Gardens Road
55, 56, 57
38
Browse listings for Teban Vista and Teban View.

High-rise Living in Singapore’s Tallest HDB Flats

So that’s all the HDB blocks in Singapore that are above 30 floors and up! Living high above the city definitely has its perks. But there can also be inconveniences such as long waiting times for lifts and your home being hot during the daytime.
Note that for some HDB estates, multiple blocks within the project do not go above 30 floors. Naturally, we didn’t include those in this article. If you do spot any discrepancies, do drop us a message to let us know. We hope this article has been helpful for you!

More FAQ about Tallest HDB Flats in Singapore

What Is the Biggest HDB flat in Singapore?

The biggest types of HDB flats are maisonettes and jumbo HDB apartments.

Where Is the Tallest Building in Singapore?

The Guoco Tower is the tallest at 283.7m tall. You can live in the mixed-use development too! Browse listings here.

What Is Considered a High Floor in Singapore?

Most property agents will consider anything above the 9th floor as a high floor.

Which Floor Is the Best for HDB?

Living on a high or low floor has its pros and cons. Read our article comparing the two to be better informed and choose based on your unique needs and preferences.
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This article was written by Cheryl Chiew, Digital Content Specialist for PropertyGuru. Cheryl likes bread and cats, especially when cats tuck in their limbs so they look like bread. Drop her an email that hopes to find her well at cheryl@propertyguru.com.sg.