Forest corridor

The 100m-wide, 5km-long corridor forms part of a larger green network linking the western and central catchment areas.

Smart town

Information technology will guide the development of Tengah, from computer simulations to sensors that capture information such as temperature and humidity.

Walking and cycling

All roads in Tengah will have dedicated walking and cycling paths on both sides.

Transport links

The eventual Jurong Region Line will connect Tengah to the rest of the island


Singapore’s largest smart, sustainable town

Dubbed as the “Forest Town”, will be about three quarters the size of Punggol.

A 700ha site which is bounded by the Kranji and Pan-Island expressways, Brickland Road and Bukit Batok Road

Singapore’s 1st car-free town centre in a park setting, with underground traffic

All roads around Tengah Forest Town will have dedicated cycling and walking paths

20 ha Central Park with a forest stream and forest amphitheater for community activities

100m-wide and 5km long forest corridor linking it to the surrounding green network between the western and central catchment areas


Singapore’s 2nd CBD

Singapore’s biggest lakeside destination for business and leisure with its unique lakeside and garden settings

360ha with 2 distinct but complementary precincts – Lakeside and Jurong Gateway

250,000 sqm of retail, F&B and entertainment choices( Big Box, IMM, Jcube, JEM, Westgate, Jurong Point)

500,000 sqm of office space for future economy to bring jobs closer to home

Upcoming leisure and recreation destination with the transformation of Jurong Lake Gardens into the national gardens with myriadwaterfront and nature activities, new Science Centre and more

Ng Teng Fong Hospital and Jurong Community Hospital for your wellbeing


The next-generation industrial district housing learning, research, innovation and manufacturing activities

1st phrase is expected to complete by 2022

Discover higher-value employment opportunities closer to home


New 20km line will connect Choa Chu Kang, Boon Lay and Tengah to the existing rail network forfaster travel to the rest of the island

Travel is now much easier and faster as you can commute from home direct to your workplace and leisure hotspots in the West


The completion of the Downtown Line 2(DTL2) in mid-2016 will improve access forresidents in the Choa Chu Kang,Bukit Panjang, Dairy Farm and HIllview areas, leading to shorter journeys to the city centre.