Central Region

Transport – Enhancing Connectivity

Residents of the Central Region can look forward to smoother journeys and shorter travel times as major improvements to public transport and roads are implemented over the next 10 years.

Artist's impression of Havelock TSL Station Entrance
Artist's impression of ongoing developments at Paya Lebar Central

Economy – New Business Hubs, New Opportunities

The Central Region will continue to grow in terms of economic opportunities. New and existing commercial and business hubs will continue to draw people with exciting work, retail, and entertainment opportunities. Local enterprises and multinational corporations can tap on high transport accessibility and an attractive environment.

Recreation – Better Access To Nature, More Leisure Options To Enjoy

Residents in the Central Region already enjoy access to landmark parks and green spaces such as the Singapore Botanic gardens, East Coast Park, Bishan-Ang Mo Kio Park, Toa Payoh Town Park and the Southern Ridges. In the coming years, they will benefit from the addition of more parks and park connectors.

Labrador Nature and Coastal Walk
Artist's Impression of Bidadari Heritage Walk

Identity – Showcasing A Unique Heritage

The Central Region houses many of Singapore’s historical areas and the country’s earliest housing estates. It is a region rich in heritage and memories, places that hold special meaning for residents and the nation alike. In the coming years, efforts will continue to preserve architectural landmarks and significant buildings that remind Singaporeans of our shared past.