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Bukit Purmei

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Bukit Purmei

Bukit Purmei is a small town within Bukit Merah planning area in Singapore. Radin Mas Primary School and Bukit Purmei Hillock Park are located there. Bukit Purmei consists of both HDB flats and private apartments.

Neighbourhood Centre

The neighbourhood centre is located at Block 109 and 112 along Bukit Purmei Avenue where there are various shops at the void deck and bus stops in front of the blocks.

Transport

These services plies Bukit Purmei estate along Bukit Purmei Avenue. All the bus services are operated by SBS Transit.

Service 123 - Plies between Bukit Merah Interchange and Bukit Purmei Avenue (Loop) via Tiong Bahru MRT Station and Orchard Road.

Service 123A - A shortworking trip of service 123 that plies between Bukit Purmei Avenue and Tiong Bahru MRT Station during weekdays morning peak hours.

Service 123M - A shortworking trip of service 123 that plies between Bukit Purmei Avenue and Tiong Bahru MRT Station and back to Bukit Purmei Avenue via Lower Delta Road during weekdays PM peak hours.

Service 131 - Plies between St Michael's Terminal and Bukit Merah Interchange.

Service 275 - Feeder service between Bukit Merah Interchange and Bukit Purmei Avenue via Jalan Bukit Merah and Lower Delta Road (Loop)

Neighbouring Areas

References

http://www.sbstransit.com.sg/press/2008-01-25-01-L.aspx

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