Choa Chu Kang Crescent is located at Choa Chu Kang that is a rapidly expanding township in the west region particularly in the north- westernmost point of Singapore. As the area is relatively farther from the main city centre area of the country yet there is no lacking amenities or facilities available in the area. Instead of using road networks generally a high speed, high volume and an efficient public transport system is utilized in this area.
Cho Chu Kang was built in 1999 till 2003. There are 74 blocks of HDB. The postal address ranges 680656 to 684690. The number of units available is 6233 and the sizes of the rooms are from 90 to 91 square meters. The layout of the rooms is 4 bedrooms, 5 bedrooms and executive flats. The units have spacious and quite simplistic designs. The interiors reflect a modern and yet a minimalistic approach. It will suit the life style of different types of family irrespective of their lifestyles. For renting purposes as well the street offers value for money spaces as the places are worth the investment due to the various facilities and amenities present in the neighborhood. The area is densely populated hence having free space can be difficult but overall it is a pleasant neighborhood to live in.
Cho Chu Kang is a well-developed area, so accessibility is always on point here. The street is linked to the Central Area and to the other areas of the nation by means of the MRT/LRT system. The street is connected to the North East Line to the Circle Line at Bishan Station, at Dhoby Ghaut Station, the East-West Line at Jurong East Station, and the North East Line at Dhoby Ghaut Station. It is also connected through the North South Line (NSL) located at Choa Chu Kang Town Centre at Choa Chu Kang Station (NS4). It generally takes an hour for residents to travel to the Central Area from Choa Chu Kang that switches at Jurong East. The intra-town Bukit Panjang LRT is a driverless system and a 7.8 km light rail line that links residents to the town centre. It also connects to the nearby town of Bukit Panjang that gave the line its name. Bus services are available at the Choa Chu Kang Bus Interchange that is in proximity to the town's central shopping mall Lot One Shoppers' Mall and the Choa Chu Kang MRT/LRT Station. There are several MRT/LRT stations such as Yew Tee MRT station, Choa Chu Kang MRT station and South View LRT station. It is operated under SMRT Corporation and opened in 1990 along with 12 bus services. Bus services at the interchange help residents to travel to other parts of the nation, and even the Central Area. Some bus services are specifically used to travel around the Choa Chu Kang town and even to the nearest towns as well.
These schools are located at a walking distance so parents can just as easily drop the kids to school on their way to work. The schools impart high quality of education and the parents will be satisfied because they can have no troubles with the transportation issues as the schools are located just in the neighborhood.
Many college students find it difficult to find suitable places to live when they set out to find proper living quarters in order to pursue higher studies. This place is perfect for such students as the proximity of these institutions means the students can save a lot of time, money and effort during transportation.
Other Places of Entertainment
There are many places for recreational activities in the area like these places that help residents wind down after a tiresome day at work. These places are a great to spend time with friends and family-
Other HDB streets connected with this street with similar features are Choa Chu Kang North 7 and Choa Chu Kang Drive.Read More