Bukit Timah Collection lies on the stretch of Bukit Timah Road at district 10. This is a location concentrated many exclusively landed housing and high-end condominiums. With the convenient location, from Bukit Timak Collection condo, you can access a number of brand name schools, shopping malls and dining area easily. Moreover, it sitting on the Bukit Timak District so that has known as one of the most upmarket and exclusive private housing estates in Singapore.
Bukit Timah Collection's Location Map
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Close to Good Schools
At the heart of the prominent Bukit Timah education belt,
Royalgreen is close to Nanyang Girls’ High School, Methodist Girls’ School (Primary & Secondary), National
Junior College, Hwa Chong Institution, Raffles Girls’ Primary School
and Nanyang Primary School. There is also a host of international
schools nearby including the Swiss School, the Hollandse School,
and the Singapore Korean International School.
URA Draft Master Plan 2019
Long established as one of Singapore’s premier and most prestigious residential enclaves,
Bukit Timah will soon undergo a green transformation with the planned Bukit Timah-Rochor
Green Corridor under the Draft Master Plan 2019. This will include a 1.4 kilometre elevated linear
park just at the doorstep of Royalgreen, that will run above the Bukit Timah Canal and stretch
from Rifle Range Road to Sixth Avenue.
1. Bukit Timah
The historic Bukit Timah Railway
Station will also be converted into
a green oasis. There will be a garden
orchard, community spaces including
an event lawn, heritage galleries
and eateries. It will provide ample
opportunities for families and visitors
alike to spend quality time in nature.
First phase of the 11 km green
corridor in Bukit Timah will begin
with the construction of a 1.4 km
elevated linear park that could rival
the famous New York’s High Line.
3. Bukit Timah-Rochor
The green corridor will connect
Singapore’s three national gardens:
Singapore Botanic Gardens, Gardens
by the Bay, and Jurong Lake Gardens.
Stretching for 11 kilometres, this will
give cyclists and pedestrians even
more recreational options to explore
the island’s natural heritage.