Jurong East Neighbourhood
What to Know About Jurong East Neighbourhood
Jurong East Neighbourhood has famous tourist attractions, including The Science Centre, Snow City, and Chinese Garden. Locals who want to cool off go to JCube’s ice rink. Jurong East is separated into eleven subzones and is one of Singapore’s primary neighbourhoods. The cluster of shopping malls in the Jurong East Neighbourhood, including JCube, Jem, IMM, Westgate, and Big Box, is one of the busiest places in the district. These malls, which are only a few minutes apart, provide a diverse choice of activities, services, and food to meet the demands of everyone who visits.
There are numerous HDB flats and condominiums in the district more on the way in the coming years; individuals interested in private housing may look into Parc Oasis, The Mayfair, and Ivory Heights, among others. There are a few shophouses in the Jurong East Neighbourhood, but most properties are apartments.
Eat & Drink
It’s impossible to list all of the fantastic foods in Jurong East. If you decide to stay in the area, here are a few of the possibilities available to you:
The hawker food. Singaporean cuisine cannot get discussed without mentioning hawker food, which is excellent and affordable.
Zai Shun Curry Fish Head in Block 253 Jurong East Street 24 will not disappoint fans of curry fish head; customers can’t get enough of it! Another popular dish at Boon Lay Place Food Village is Heng Huat Boon Lay Boneless Duck Noodles.
Prata, Singapore’s go-to supper food, will satisfy those late-night cravings. ENAQ, located on Jurong East Street 32, serves a wide variety of Indian cuisine, but its wide selection of Prata receives the most attention.
People often go to IMM to shop for electronics, furniture, and food because it has a large selection. Alternatively, furniture shoppers can visit The Furniture Mall, close by
There are a variety of mainstream retail stores in Jem, including fast-fashion chains H&M and Topshop, and a supermarket and other stores. Because it features retailers from various categories, this is one of the shopping malls where you are likely to find everything you need.
In addition, there are small neighbourhood shops surrounding HDB apartments that serve as convenience stores for residents, selling affordable household necessities. Jurong’s Town Centre, located near Jurong East MRT Station, has a variety of shops, including a supermarket and a wet market.
Jurong East has a lot to offer in terms of entertainment, whether you want to learn something new while having fun at the Science Centre or escape the heat at Snow City, Singapore’s only ice skating rink. Or spend a calm evening amid nature at the Chinese Garden. Jurong Bird Park and the Singapore Discovery Centre are two other sites worth visiting. Inhabitants also have access to a Sports and Recreation Centre and more than five parks and park connections, encouraging residents to take an evening stroll or jog while enjoying nature.
Jurong East is home to three primary schools, four secondary schools, and several preschools. Jurong East is also close to NTU’s campus (NTU).
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