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*[[Tai Seng MRT Station]]
  
 
===Government-related===
 
===Government-related===
 
*Cheng San Public Library
 
*Cheng San Public Library
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*Hougang Bus Depot
 
*[[Housing and Development Board]] (Hougang Branch)
 
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*[[Kim Chuan Depot]]
  
 
===Shopping Centres / Malls===
 
===Shopping Centres / Malls===

Revision as of 22:13, 2 October 2018

Hougang is a planning area located in the North-East Region of Singapore. It has a land area of about 13.93 km2, Hougang ranks the 19th, 5th & 6th in terms of size, population & density respectively.

Hougang is the most populous in the region, being home to 222,310 residents and is made out of 3 subzones, namely, Defu Industrial Park, Kovan, Lorong Halus. It is bordered by Sengkang to the north, Geylang to the south, Bedok to the southeast, Toa Payoh to the southwest, Paya Lebar to the east and Serangoon to the west.

Notable Structures

Education

  • Bowen Secondary School
  • Golden Harvester Primary School
  • Holy Innocents' Primary School
  • Holy Innocents' Secondary School
  • Hougang Primary School
  • Hougang Secondary School
  • Montfort Junior School
  • Montfort Secondary School
  • Paya Lebar Methodist Girls' School (Primary)
  • Paya Lebar Methodist Girls' School (Secondary)
  • Punggol Primary School
  • Serangoon Secondary School
  • Serangoon Junior College (merging with Anderson Junior College in 2019)
  • Xinghua Primary School
  • Xin Min Primary School
  • Xin Min Secondary School
  • Yio Chu Kang Primary School
  • Yuying Secondary School

Transportation

Government-related

Shopping Centres / Malls

  • Hougang 1 (Previously known as Hougang Point)
  • Heartland Mall
  • Hougang Mall
  • Kang Kar Mall
  • Upper Serangoon Shopping Centre

Health

  • Institute of Mental Health (IMH)
  • Singapore Leprosy Relief Association (SILRA)

Parks

  • Punggol Park

Bus Interchange

Service Destination Notes
27
↺ Changi Airport N/A
51
Jurong East
74
Buona Vista
74e
Weekdays AM/PM Peak only
89
↺ Airport Cargo Road N/A
89e
Airport Cargo Road Weekdays AM/PM Peak only
102
↺ Jalan Kayu
(from 14 Oct 2018)
↺ Seletar Aerospace Ave
107
Shenton Way N/A
107M
↺ Raffles Boulevard
112
↺ Hougang Street 92
113
↺ Upper Paya Lebar Road
116
↺ Serangoon Central
132
Bukit Merah
147
Clementi
151
Kent Ridge
151e
Weekdays AM/PM Peak only
153
Bukit Merah N/A
161
Woodlands
165
Clementi
324
↺ Upper Serangoon View
325
↺ Hougang Street 91
329
↺ Buangkok Crescent

Politics

Incumbent Role
Central Singapore CDC
Denise Phua Mayor of Central CDC
North East CDC
Desmond Choo Mayor of North East CDC
South East CDC
Maliki Osman Mayor of South East CDC
Aljunied GRC
Chen Show Mao Member of Parliament for Paya Lebar
Low Thia Khiang Member of Parliament for Bedok Reservoir-Punggol
Sylvia Lim Member of Parliament for Serangoon
Ang Mo Kio GRC
Darryl David Member of Parliament for Ang Mo Kio-Hougang
Intan Azura Mokhtar Member of Parliament for Jalan Kayu
Gan Thiam Poh Member of Parliament for Sengkang South
Hougang SMC
Png Eng Huat Member of Parliament for Hougang
Marine Parade GRC
Fatimah Lateef Member of Parliament for Geylang Serai

Links

Planning Areas ViewTalkEdit
Central BishanBukit MerahBukit TimahDowntown Core1GeylangKallangMarina East1Marina South1Marine ParadeMuseum1Newton1NovenaOrchard1Outram1QueenstownRiver Valley1Rochor1Singapore River1Southern IslandsStraits View1TanglinToa Payoh
East BedokChangiChangi BayPasir RisPaya LebarTampines
North Central Water CatchmentLim Chu KangMandaiSembawangSimpangSungei KadutWoodlandsYishun
North-East Ang Mo KioHougangNorth-Eastern IslandsPunggolSeletarSengkangSerangoon
West Boon LayBukit BatokBukit PanjangChoa Chu KangClementiJurong EastJurong WestPioneerTengahTuasWestern IslandsWestern Water Catchment
1: Located within the Central Area