Discover The Right Neighbourhood, Explore Singapore’s 28 Districts

From centrally located properties to outside core neighbourhoods, delve into each of Singapore's 28 District's unique characteristics.

Core Central Region

District 01

Raffles Place, Marina, Cecil

Consisting of Boat Quay, Chinatown, Cecil Street, Havelock Road, Marina Square, Raffles Place and Suntec City

District 02

Tanjong Pagar, Chinatown

District 02 spans the Central Business District covering Anson Road, Neil Road, Shenton Way and Tanjong Pagar

District 06

Clarke Quay, City Hall

Before Orchard Road started flourishing as the main shopping district in Singapore, popular shopping destinations

District 09

Orchard Road, River Valley

District 09 comprises Orchard Road, River Valley and Killiney. Orchard Road is arguably one of the best shopping

District 10

Bukit Timah, Holland, Balmoral

Famous celebrity haunts, luxury homes, delectable food, a forest reserve, a horse racing track and the highest hill

District 11

Novena, Newton, Thomson

District 11 comprises many exclusive private housing areas, large reservoirs, renowned schools and religious buildings

Rest of Central Region

District 03

Tiong Bahru, Alexandra, Queenstown

District 03 contains a hodgepodge of modern and historical elements. It consists of Alexandra Road, Queenstown and Tiong Bahru

District 04

Mount Faber, Telok Blangah

Located by the calm, soothing waters of the Singapore Straits is District 04 which encompasses Keppel

District 05

Buona Vista, Pasir Panjang, Clementi

District 05 is populated with many famous educational institutions, ranging from primary to tertiary institutes

District 07

Bugis, Beach Road, Golden Mile

Food lovers and shopaholics would love the wide range of local food and bargain treasures found in District 07

District 08

Little India, Farrer Park

Just as almost every city in the world has a Chinatown, numerous cities have a hidden, culturally rich treasure like Little India

District 12

Toa Payoh, Serangoon, Balestier

District 12 is an area that is rich in history and which includes the quaint township Toa Payoh New town

District 13

Macpherson, Braddell

Macpherson and Potong Pasir of District 13 held stories of poverty prior to the 1980s. However, times have changed

District 14

Geylang, Paya Lebar, Sims

Predominantly a Malay populated area, District 14 tells of the culturally rich history of Singapore in its red-light district of Geylang and

District 15

Joo Chiat, Marina Parade, Katong

Historical landmarks that survived World War II are scattered all over District 15. The nostalgic areas of Amber Road

District 20

Ang Mo Kio, Bishan, Thomson

District 20 is generally residential in nature, consisting of large-scale, older residential estates in Bishan and Thomson

Outside Central Region

District 16

Bedok, Upper East Coast, Siglap

District 16 is largely a residential area which comprises Bedok, Upper East Coast Road and Chai Chee

District 17

Changi, Flora, Loyang

Popularly known as the place where Singapore’s Changi International Airport is, situated District 17 encompasses Changi and Loyang

District 18

Tampines, Pasir Ris

District 18 consists of Simei, Tampines and Pasir Ris – residential areas with numerous amenities and facilities within the vicinity

District 19

Punggol, Serangoon Gardens

Punggol is a famous place for water sports while in Hougang, you may lend a hand to various charity organizations in the area

District 21

Upper Bukit Timah, Ulu Pandan

A district where education is the main focus, District 21 comprises of Upper Bukit Timah and Clementi

District 22

Boon Lay, Jurong, Tuas

Located to the West of Singapore, District 22 is mainly an industrial and residential area with landscaped parks

District 23

Choa Chu Kang, Diary Farm

A peaceful neighborhood district with readily available facilities all around the area, District 23 comprises

District 24

Kranji, Lim Chu Kang, Tengah

Located in the northwestern part of Singapore, District 24 is occupied fully by Lim Chu Kang. This area is characterized by its

District 25

Woodlands, Admiralty

From District 25’s Woodlands, you can actually see Malaysia. There is the Causeway bridge which links Singapore and Malaysia together

District 26

Upper Thomson, Mandai

Upper Thomson and Yio Chu Kang make up District 26, where there are plenty of places to see, food to eat and even a country club

District 27

Sembawang, Yishun, Admiralty

A sleepy and peaceful district, District 27 is blessed with a reservoir, country club and Singapore’s only hot spring

District 28

Yio Chu Kang, Seletar

Comprising of Seletar and part of Yio Chu Kang of District 26, District 28 is a historical and residential area that holds many heritage and

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