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Fernvale

For Fernvale in Queensland, Australia, see Fernvale, Queensland.
Fernvale
Name transcription(s)
 • Chinese 芬维尔
 • Pinyin fēnwéi'ěr
 • Malay Lembah Pakis
 • Tamil எர்ன்வலெ
Country Singapore


Fernvale is a neighbourhood of Sengkang New Town in Singapore. It is located between Punggol River and Jalan Kayu. The house numbers of the public apartment blocks in Fernvale begin with the number '4' (4xx). Fernvale is the newest neighbourhood in Sengkang New Town to be completed by the Housing and Development Board (HDB).

Housing estates

Public housing estates

  • Coral Dew - Block nos. 412A-B & 413A-B
  • Coral Vale - Block nos. 408A-C & 409A-B
  • Fern View - Block nos. 406A-C & 407A-B
  • Fern Spring - Block nos. 403A-D, 404A-B & 405A-C
  • Fernvale Lodge - Block nos. 446A-C & 447A-B

Build-To-Order (HDB)

  • Coral Green - Dropped due to poor demand[1]
  • Coral Spring - Block nos. 410A-C & 411A-B[2][3]
  • Fernvale Riverbow - Block nos. 414A-B, 415A-C & 416A-C
  • Fernvale Grove - Block nos. 436A-D
  • Fernvale Court - Block nos. 438A-B & 439A-C
  • Fernvale Vista 1 - Block nos. 441A-D
  • Fernvale Vista 2 - Block nos. 443A-C & 445A-B
  • Fernvale Residence - Block nos. 434A-B & 435A-C
  • Fernvale Crest - Block nos. 448A-B & 450A-C
  • Fernvale Palms - Block nos. 432A-B & 433A-B
  • Fernvale Ridge - Block nos. 430A-D
  • Fernvale Gardens - Block nos. 440A-C
  • Fernvale Foliage - Block nos. 451A - 452B
  • Fernvale Flora - Block nos. 453A-C
  • Fernvale Rivergrove
  • Fernvale Lea

Private housing estates

  • Jalan Kayu estates
  • Morning Dew
  • Green Springs
  • Seletar Springs
  • Summer Villas

Getting there

Before 2003, the only way to go to Fernvale was Service 371 from Sengkang Bus Terminal. Now SBS Service 50, 85, 163, 163M and one Premium bus serve the area. The west loop of Sengkang LRT Line also serves the area.

Buses that ply along Fernvale:

Service Between And Notes
SBS Transit Trunk Services
50 Bishan Bus Interchange Punggol Temporary Bus Interchange
85 Punggol Temporary Bus Interchange Yishun Bus Interchange
163 Sengkang Bus Interchange Toa Payoh Bus Interchange
163M Sengkang Bus Interchange Fernvale Lane (Loop)
SBS Transit Premium Services
550 Rivervale Drive Fullerton Road

Bus 85 was re-routed to ply Sengkang West Way and Jalan Kayu, linking residents to Yishun New Town.

A new bus service 50, was introduced to ply between Bishan, Ang Mo Kio, Sengkang & Punggol neighbourhoods.

The area is very close to Jalan Kayu and buses plying there also serve the area.

Buses that stop outside the Jalan Kayu area in front of Fernvale:

Service Between And Notes
SBS Transit Trunk Services
85 Punggol Temporary Bus Interchange Yishun Bus Interchange
86 Sengkang Bus Interchange Ang Mo Kio Bus Interchange
103 Serangoon Bus Interchange West Camp Road (loop)

With effect from 13 October 2013, all bus services that currently ply along the section of Jalan Kayu between Yio Chu Kang Road and Sengkang West Avenue will be re-routed due to a permanent road closure along that section. Service 163 will call at a new stop along Fernvale Lane on both directions of its route, bypassing Sengkang West Road. 163M will bypass the extended stretch of Sengkang West Avenue, and call at the new stop along Fernvale Lane after Sengkang West Road.

Buses that stop along Sengkang West Road and the extended stretch of Sengkang West Avenue before/after Jalan Kayu:

Service Between And Notes
SBS Transit Trunk Services
50 Bishan Bus Interchange Punggol Temporary Bus Interchange
86 Sengkang Bus Interchange Ang Mo Kio Bus Interchange
103 Serangoon Bus Interchange West Camp Road (loop)

Educational institutions

Primary schools
  • Website
  • Sengkang Green Primary School 康林小学
Secondary schools
  • Website

Places of worship

Chinese temples
  • Zhong Yee Temple
Hindu temples
  • Sri Mariammar Muneeswarar Temple

References

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