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Toh Tuck

Toh Tuck
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 • Malay Toh Tuck
Country Singapore

Toh Tuck is a residential area in the Western region of Singapore. It located east of Bukit Batok and South of Hillview estates. It comprises several private housing estates and some public housing along Jalan Jurong Kechil. The iconic Beauty World, Bukit Timah Plaza and Bukit Timh Market is located at one end of the road.

It will be served by Downtown MRT Line when it is completed in 2016.


Jalan Jurong Kechil is the main artery road linking Bukit Batok new town to Bukit Timah Road. During summer, purple flowers of the bougainvillea and yellow flowers of the flame of the forest will line along the street, creating a nostalgic impression of this lovely town estate. Durian Trees, Rambutan Trees, Lulian Trees, Mango Trees, Banana Trees are the trees found at Toh Tuck.

Many locals and tourists alike will spend a few hours in the Bukit Timah Market after hiking Bukit Timah Hill or tracking Bukit Batok Nature Park. Some of the delicious local fare in the market includes satay bee hoon, fried oyster, roasted pigeon and fried hokkien noodle. The coffee houses along Jalan Anak Bukit also offers impressive local fare.

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