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Lorong Chuan

Lorong Chuan
Name transcription(s)
 • Chinese 罗弄泉
 • Malay Lorong Chuan
 • Tamil லோரோங் சுவான்
Country Singapore
The Lorong Chuan MRT Station is located along Lorong Chuan.

Lorong Chuan is a road linking the Central Expressway to Serangoon Garden Way in Serangoon Gardens. It is in the north-eastern region of Singapore. The area around the street is named after this road. There are both public and private housing flanking the street.

It is now served by the Lorong Chuan MRT Station on the Circle MRT Line.

Amenities and Landmarks

  • Chomp Chomp Food Centre
  • Nanyang Junior College
  • New Tech Park

Bus routes

These buses ply along Lorong Chuan:

Service Between And Notes
SBS Transit Trunk Services
22 Tampines Bus Interchange Ang Mo Kio Bus Interchange
24 Ang Mo Kio Bus Interchange Changi Airport PTB 1, 2 & 3 Bus Terminal
45 Upper East Coast Bus Terminal Ang Mo Kio Bus Depot
53 Bishan Bus Interchange Changi Airport PTB 1, 2 & 3 Bus Terminal
73 Ang Mo Kio Bus Interchange Toa Payoh Bus Interchange
105 Jurong East Bus Interchange Serangoon Bus Interchange
133 Ang Mo Kio Bus Interchange Marina Centre Bus Terminal
135 Ang Mo Kio Bus Interchange Marine Parade Road (loop)
136 Ang Mo Kio Bus Interchange Punggol Bus Interchange
156 Sengkang Bus Interchange Clementi Bus Interchange
159 Sengkang Bus Interchange Toa Payoh Bus Interchange
315 Serangoon Bus Interchange Serangoon Garden Way (loop)
SMRT Trunk Services
853 Yishun Bus Interchange Geylang Lorong 1 Bus Terminal
853C Yishun Bus Interchange Upper East Coast Bus Terminal

References

  • http://www.transitlink.com.sg


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