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Neo Tiew

 

Neo Tiew

Neo Tiew
Name transcription(s)
 • Chinese 梁宙
 • Pinyin Liángzhòu
 • Hokkien POJ Niû-tiū
Country Singapore

Neo Tiew is an area in Lim Chu Kang. It is located in the North West region in Singapore. North of Neo Tiew is the Sungei Buloh Nature Park which is home to many species of migratory birds. Fish farms and dairy farms in the region also attract many locals to the area during weekends as a form of gathering. South of Neo Tiew are rows of erected telephone transmitters operated by Singapore Telecom

Eco-tourism

The concrete jungle in the predominant urban landscape of Singapore means more Singaporeans visit this secluded area in Singapore in recent years. Various types of farms such as Vegetable farms, Goat Farms, Crocodile Firms give these city dwellers an insight of nature. It has also been an increasingly popular exploration for tourists in recent years. Its close proximity to the Kranji MRT Station makes it popular as well.

Bus routes

These Buses ply along Neo Tiew Road:
Service Between And Notes
SMRT Buses Trunk Services
925 Choa Chu Kang Bus Interchange Woodlands Regional Bus Interchange Operates on Weekdays and Saturdays only.
925C Woodlands Regional Bus Interchange Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve (loop) Operates on Sundays and Public Holidays only.
975 Bukit Panjang Bus Interchange Lim Chu Kang Bus Terminal (loop)


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