Circle Line

 

Singapore MRT Map – Circle Line 

Singapore Circle Line

Below are some of the places you might like to visit from each station of our Singapore MRT Map – Circle Line:

Dhoby Ghuat is the first MRT station in circle line with the station code CC1 is the first station for Stage One and Two that connects to lots of shopping centres for all the public people to shop at Plaza Singapura, The Cathay, Park Mall, The Arcarde and explore the Istana Park and full facilities condominium around and above shopping malls in Singapore especially where foreigners used to live in a luxury condominium residential housing area to enjoy the city view and breeze of the building coming out from the Circle Line MRT Station and can take direct bus 36 to Changi International Airport to allow them to take aeroplane back to their own country hometown. There are direct express bus 502 to allow them to go back to the western part of Singapore such as Jurong East and Jurong West after entering along AYE (Ayer-Rajah Expressway) from the central part of singapore especially the new Downtown MRT Station under the first stage of Downtown Line underground MRT project with the station code DT17 and the office buildings located along Shenton Way at Tanjong Pagar area district and 518 to allow them to go back to the eastern part of Singapore such as Bedok North Road Blk 705/706 bus stop and a mixture of the main road of both Tampines and Pasir Ris area which makes suitable for the wheelbound people to board and alight the bus at the Plaza Singapura bus stop to the MRT station.

Bras Basah is the second MRT station in circle line with the station code CC2 and thirty-four metres deep underground like a block of eleven storey HDB flat which is the second station for Stage One and Two that connects students studying in the SMU (Singapore Management University) under one of the local universities directly coming out from the Circle Line MRT Station and walking distance for all commuters and the working staff departments of NTUC to the NTUC Income building. There are direct express bus 502 and 518 along Bras Basah according to the same bus routes after passing by THE CATHAY Shopping Mall and Cathay Residences Condominium at the traffic light junction. After the bus stop located at Bedok North Road HDB Block 705/706 going towards Pasir Ris, the bus will go on to express until Tampines Ave 1 such as opposite The Tropica and Waterview Executive condiminium, Temasek Polytechnic West Gate, The Plaza located at the Temasek Polytechnic Main Gate and Temasek Polytechnic East Gate bus stops and keep straight along Tampines Ave 2 before turning right at the traffic junction to Tampines Ave 7 and keep straight to Loyang Ave before turning left to Pasir Ris Drive One and finally turn right at the traffic junction to Pasir Ris Drive 3 to reach Pasir Ris Bus Interchange with loop service for direct express bus 518 which is the second station for Stage One and Two to the MRT station.

Esplanade is the third MRT station in circle line with the station code CC3 which is the third station for Stage One and Two that connects to a lot of shopping centres in Singapore to allow all people to shop at Marina Square, Suntec City Shopping Mall, Suntec City Exhibition Hall and Convention Centre, Raffles City, Citylink Shoppers, War Memorial Park, Citibank office building, Esplanade Theatres by the Bay and one more final place which is Marina Bay Floating Platform from the MRT Station. There are direct express bus 502 and 518 at both the Raffles Hotel which is the old historical hotel building and turning left to the Suntec City Exhibition Hall and Convention Centre bus stops after passing by the traffic junction that allows the wheelbound people to board and alight the bus and is an additional diversion to turn right to stop at the new bus stop at the Downtown MRT Station and ending at the Soon Lee Bus Depot with loop service for direct express bus 502.

Promenade is the fourth MRT station in circle line with the station code CC4 which is the fourth station for Stage One and Two and has also the deepest underground MRT interchange station with a total of seven levels of MRT stations and two of the seven levels are restricted area to the public collabrated with Circle Line and extension to both Bayfront and Marina Bay station opened since 14 January 2012 from Pronomade and Downtown Line Stage One with the station code DT15. It connects to the shopping malls like Millienia Walk and Suntec City, Singapore Flyer and Marina Bay Floating Platform which opens in April 2007 with the link bridge to Marina Bay Sands Shoppers with a total of three exits coming out from the Circle Line. There are bus stops opposite the Millienia Tower office building and Ritz-Calrton hotel building for direct express bus 502 and 518 before going straight up to the Marina Bay Sands SkyPark three towers hotel bus stop and Bayfront MRT Station Exit A with the station codes are DT16 for Downtown Line Stage One and CE1 for Circle Line Extension. After that, there is a diversion in the turning to the East Coast Park Expressway (ECP) by turning two left turns consists of one from the traffic light junction and another one more instead of one left turn in an oval shape in the past to keep towards the Changi International Airport along the expressway from sixteen kilometres until seven and a half kilometres exit to Bedok because of the official opening of the Marina Coastal Expressway (MCE) which is the first expressway below sea level ever seen in Singapore on 29 December 2013 for direct express bus 518.

Nicoll Highway is the fifth MRT station in circle line with the station code CC5 which is the fifth station for Stage One and Two that happened to have a collaspe of the underground MRT station on 20 April 2004 and caused four construction workers to be dead at the incident scence zone which affects the bridge closure currently situated and located along Nicoll Highway to be repaired for eight months and delays for another three more years just to rebuild the underground MRT Station from 2007 to 2010. There were three bodies found dead and one body who is a Singaporean local man that cannot be found at the underground MRT station construction site named Heng Tiow Piow (Ah Piow ge) whom his seven siblings and mother must called him together with his wife and children that caused the delays by rebuliding the underground MRT station few metres away from the collaspe incident site being displayed in the newspaper articles in Singapore. Nicoll Highway has a total of two exits consisting of one exit connected to the Kallang Leisure Park going towards the Garden by the Bay (South) through pathway connector and another exit to the bus stop located along Nicoll Highway with sheltered overhead bridge opposite to the Beach Gateway, Keypoint and Golden Mile Tower where most Malaysians will sit the malaysian registered excursion bus back to their hometown in Malaysia and walking distance opposite to Golden Mile Complex Market and Hawker Centre to the MRT station.

Stadium is the sixth MRT station in circle line with the station code CC6 which is the sixth station for Stage One and Two that has a total of two exits consisting of one exit serves and connects directly to the new Singapore Sports Hub which is the old land site being used to celebrate National Day every year of the August month at the National Stadium in the past from 1973 until 2006 that took seven years to complete from 1966 being designed by a Japanese artchitect named Kenzo Tange and officially opened on 29 June 2013 being designed by a local current artchitect company named DP Artchitects that took a total of fourty-six months instead of fourty-three months to build and construct because there are some internal parts such as both glass frame and lightnings were not installed completely that couldn’t finished within the completion time during the final construction process for the Singapore Sports Hub which also has an overhead bridge and a sheltered linkway access to Kalalng MRT Station with the station code EW10 and the other exit will access and directs both all commuters to the nearby Kallang Leisure shopping mall along the normal surface carpark lots and residents staying and living in the condominium residential housing around Tanjong Rhu area nearby to the MRT station.

Mountbatten is the seventh MRT station in circle line with the station code CC7 which is the fifth last station for Stage One and Two that has a total of two exits consisting of one exit which has direct access to Old Airport Road HDB estates for residential rented housing by 2016, another exit serving the Dakota Market and Hawker Centre with walking distance and Housing Developement Board (HDB) public housing located along Old Airport Road around Mountbatten area district nearby to the MRT station.

Dakota is the eighth MRT station with in circle line the station code CC8 which is the fourth last station for Stage One and Two that has a total of two exits consisting of one exit serving directly to these four blocks of Old Airport HDB estates with ten storey per block and Old Airport Community Centre nearby with walking distance and another exit serving three blocks of Dakota HDB estates with Neighbourhood Police Post downstairs the HDB block void deck located along Old Airport Road to the MRT station.

Paya Lebar is the ninth MRT station in circle line with the station code CC9 which is the third last station for Stage One and Two that has a total of four exits to access commuters from going to work in an easier and a convenient way consisting the first exit to access with traffic light crossing linkway directly to Singapore Post Centre, the second exit to the bus stop and future ten storey integrated offices and shopping malls building with three basement carparks located along Paya Lebar Road, the third exit to access and serve directly to Geylang East Industrial Estate located at the left traffic junction to Geylang East Avenue 2 along Paya Lebar Road and the fourth and final exit to access to the bus stop along Paya Lebar Road and walkway left to Sims Avenue to the MRT station.

MacPherson is the tenth MRT station in circle line with the station code CC10 which is the second last station for Stage One and Two that has a total of three exits integrated with an interchange named Downtown Line Stage Three which is going to be operational in 2017 consisting of the first exit to access to both the MacPherson Neighbourhood Police Post Division office building and Carltex petrol station located along Paya Lebar Road, the second exit to access to the bus stop, opposite MacPherson Secondary School and serve the residents living in Circuit nad MacPherson HDB estates located at Circuit Road and the third and final exit to access and serve to the bus stop located along Paya Lebar Road and former ITE College Central (MacPherson Campus) without direct lift access to the circle line MRT station.

Tai Seng is the eleventh MRT station in circle line with the station code CC11 which is the last and final station for Stage One and Two that has a total of two exits serving commuters to go to work around Tai Seng Industrial building area with shophouses and coffee shops to take their lunch during their lunch break scheduled timing nearby the workplace and opposite the new office buildings connected using the sheltered overhead bridge such as The BreadTalk main office building serving bakery shop, 7-Eleven Convenient Store, Food Republic and Dim Tai Fung Restaurant downstairs for all commuters to take their regular meals to the MRT station.

Bartley is the twelfth MRT station in circle line with the station code CC12 which is the first station for Stage Three that has a total of two exits with the slowest construction time to complete consisting of one exit serving to the bus stop along Bartley Road, Bartley Ridge Condominium and Maris Stella High School nearby to the MRT station and another exit serving to the bus stop along Bartley Road, christian church and Bartley Residences Condominium nearby to the MRT station.

Serangoon is the thirteenth MRT station in circle line with the station code CC13 which is the second station for Stage Three that has a total of seven exits consisting of four exits from the North-East Line and an additional of three additional exits from the Circle Line Stage Three being connected to the Serangoon sixth air-conditioned bus interchange through the NEX Shopping Centre in the integrated Serangoon HUB. The first and second exits of the North-East Line serves residents living in HDB estate flats at Serangoon Ave 2 with lift upgrading construction, the third exit will serve to the bus stop located along Upper Serangoon Road from the exit of the NEX shopping centre, the fourth exit serving residents living in the HDB estates flats with completed lift upgrading located at Serangoon Ave 2, the fifth exit will serve to the bus stop located at Serangoon Ave 2 and the NEX shopping centre escalator entrance, the sixth exit will access and serve the residents staying in HDB flats public housing along Serangoon Ave 2 and Braddell Heights Community Centre and the seventh and final exit will access directly to the NEX shopping centre connected with Serangoon Public Library and Rooftop Children Waterplay on the top level of the shopping centre building with multi-storey carparks and sheltered overhead bridge to the multi-storey carpark above the Serangoon Bus Interchange being used in the past to the MRT station.

Lorong Chuan is the fourteenth MRT station in circle line with the station code CC14 which is the third station for Stage Three that has a total of two exits that serves one main important industrial office building named New Tech Park, residents living in private housing and condominiums such as Chuan Park and Springbloom and finally neighbourhood schools nearby to the MRT station like Nanyang Junior college, St. Gabriel’s Primary School and Australian International School to the MRT station.

Bishan is the fifteenth MRT station in circle line with the station code CC15 which is the second last station for Stage Three that has a total of five exits integrated with an interchange named North-South Line consisting of the first three exits serving to the Bishan Junction Eight Shopping Mall while the fourth exit from the circle Line serves both all residents living and staying in HDB estates flats with completed lift upgrading at Bishan Street 13 and all commuters to the nearby coffee shop and shop houses and within walking distance to Bishan Swimming Complex, Bishan Stadium, Bishan Sports Hall, Bishan Mosque and currently the school land used for St Joseph’s Institution after closure of the ITE College Central (Bishan Campus) and the fifth and final exit connected directly to the Basement One entrance and exit of the Bishan Junction Eight Shopping Mall to the MRT station.

Marymount is the sixteenth MRT station in circle line with the station code CC16 which is the last and final station for Stage Three that has a total of two exits consisting of one exit which has direct access to these two important government neighbourhood institution school named Raffles Institution and Raffles Junior College connected with Raffles Student Hostel located at Bishan Street 21 and opposite the industrial office buildings and factories located at Jalan Peminpin to the MRT station and the other exit serves resident living in Shunfu HDB flats estate located at Shunfu Road and opposite Marymount Fire Station Division Unit Office to the MRT station.

Caldecott is the seventeenth MRT station in circle line with the station code CC17 which is the first station for Stage Four that has a total of two exits integrated with an interchange named Thomson Line which is the ending station of Stage Two will be only operational in 2020 consisting of two exits that are more closer to Toa Payoh Lorong 1 and serves residents staying at Toa Payoh HDB flats estates with ten minutes walk to Braddell MRT Station from the MRT station.

Bukit Brown is the eighteenth MRT station in circle line with the station code CC18 which is the second station for Stage Four that has no exit and access due to the undeveloped land being used to construct future residential housing area to allow all residents to stay to the MRT station. As I know that there are no train service to this station from between Caldecott and Botanic Gardens MRT station because there are fumes of the dead people that supposed to clear some of them to make way to build Adam Flyover being instructed by the local government and approved by Land Transport Authority (LTA) main office building located at Hamisphere Road.

Botanic Gardens is the nineteenth MRT station in circle line with the station code CC19 which is the third station for Stage Four that is going to be integrated with an interchange named Downtown Line Stage Two which will be only operational in 2016 that connects nearby to only three local places of Singapore located at the north-west part of Singapore which are Singapore Botanical Gardens located along Bukit Timah Road and one local government university campus currently located at Baker Road named National University of Singapore (Bukit Timah Campus) and behind Serene Centre to the MRT station.

Farrer Road is the twentieth MRT station in circle line with the station code CC20 which is the fourth station for Stage Four that has only two exits consisiting of one exit serves directly to these three blocks Empress Place HDB flats estates with one multi-storey carpark and walking distance nearby to the condominium housing located and the other exit serves directly to both these blocks of HDB flats estates around One Everton area and Empress Place Market and Hawker Centre to the MRT station at the main road junction located along Farrer Road.

Holland Village is the twenty-first MRT station in circle line with the station code CC21 which is the fourth last station for Stage Four that has a total of three exits with the deepest underground MRT station consisitng of one exit serves directly to the bus stop at Holland Road and residents staying in private housing while the second exit serves directly along the shophouses and eateries restaurants nearby and the third and final exit connects to the four storey Holland Village Shopping Centre with an integrated food and beverages and a retail outlet located along the control station to the MRT station.

Buona Visita is the twenty-second MRT station in circle line with the station code CC22 which is the third last station for Stage Four that has a total of four exits integrated with an interchange named East-West Line consisting two exits from the East-West Line to allow residents to access opposite to the Ghim Moh HDB flats estates on the first exit and to The Star Vista connected together with Vista Exchange Green on the second exit while the third exit from the Circle Line connects commuters to the bus stop at Bunoa Vista Road and the fourth and final exit from the Circle Line serves commuters and connects to both the Ministry of Education Singapore building and nearby National Technological University Student Union Alumni building to the MRT station.

One-North is the twenty-third MRT station in circle line with the station code CC23 which is the second last station for Stage Four that has a total of three exits consisting of one exit which connects directly to the Singapore government institution school are Fairfield Methodist Primary and Secondary School to the MRT station while the second exit which connects directly to both the Biopolis and Fusionopolis to the MRT station through shopping malls enterance and the third and final exit serves and connects people to the Singapore campus of INSEAD and the international business school coming up round the MRT station with food and beverages outlets located along the control station to the MRT station.

Kent Ridge is the twenty-fourth MRT station in circle line with the station code CC24 which is the last and final station for Stage Four that has a total of two exits consisting of one exit that serves and connects commuters to the National University Hospital (NUH) and walking distance to the local university school named National University of Singapore (NUS) campus and the other exit that serves and connects commuters to the Singapore Science Park Centre located along the Ayer-Rajah Expressway (AYE) to the MRT station.

Haw Par Villa is the twenty-fifth MRT station in circle line with the station code CC25 which is the first station for Stage Five that has only one exit which serves and connects commuters directly to the visitors’ attractions named Haw Par Villa and nearby walking distance to both mixture of condominium and private housing to the MRT station.

Pasir Panjang is the twenty-sixth MRT station in circle line with the station code CC26 which is the second station for Stage Five that has only one exit which serves and connects commuters directly to both the Pasir Panjang Hawker Centre and Pasir Panjang Wholesale Centre to the MRT station located along Pasir Panjang Road.

Labrador Park is the twenty-seventh MRT station in circle line with the station code CC27 which is the third station for Stage Five that has only one exit which serves and connects commuters directly to the beautiful scenery view park named Larbour Park and opposite the Academy of Singapore Teachers located at One Malan Road and two main office buildings are PSA and Hewlett-Packard (HP) using the sheltered overhead bridge to the MRT station.

Telok Blangah is the twenty-eighth MRT station in circle line with the station code CC28 which is the second last station for Stage Five that has only one exit which serves and connects commuters directly to the bus stop located along Telok Blangah Road and the opposite the HDB flats estates around Telok Blangah using the sheltered covered overhead bridge to the MRT station.

HarbourFront is the twenty-ninth MRT station in circle line with the station code CC29 which is the last and final station for Stage Five that has a total of five exits integrated with an interchange named North-East Line consisting of one exit which serves and connects commuters directly to both the Seah Im Hawker Centre and bus stop located along Telok Blangah Road, the second exit which serves and connects commuters to both the HarbourFront Centre and HarbourFront Cruise Centre to islands connected to Indonesia travelled by boat, the third exit which serves and connects commuters directly to the bus stop located along Telok Blangah Road at side entrance and exit door to VivoCity Shopping Centre level one and bus pick-up point to Resort World Sentosa (RWS), the fourth exit which serves and connects commuters to the bus stop located along Telok Blangah Road and walking distance nearby to both integrated hotel and mosque and the fifth and final exit which serves and connects directly to both the entrance and exit VivoCity Shopping Centre at basement two and Sentosa Broadwalk at the first level of VivoCity to Resort World Sentosa to the MRT station which is the ending terminal for both MRT lines which are Circle Line and North-East Line.

With regards to the Singapore MRT Map Circle Line which is also the Yellow Line, some of the above stations have intersection between different lines in our Singapore MRT Map.

  1. Marina Bay Station: Intersect with North-South Line
  2. Bayfront Station: Intersect with Downtown Line 
  3. Promenade Station: Intersect with Downtown Line
  4. Paya Lebar Station: Intersect with East-West Line
  5. Serangoon Station: Intersect with North-East Line
  6. Bishan Station: Intersect with North-South Line 
  7. Buona Vista Station: Intersect with East-West Line
  8. Habourfront Station: Intersect with North-East Line