Downtown Line

Singapore MRT Map – Downtown Line 

Singapore Downtown Line

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

Bukit Panjang is the first MRT station in downtown line that connect with a MRT depot and station code DT1 which is the first station for Stage Two that serves Junction Ten Shopping Mall at Bukit Panjang with full facilities condominium housing and the residents living in Housing Developement Board (HDB) public housing at Ten Mile Junction in Singapore and the interchange station to both the Bukit Panjang LRT Line and MRT station connecting with the Downtown Line Depot as the ending terminal for this station. The bus stops located along Bukit Panjang area district serves bus 170 from Queen’s Street located at Bugis and upcoming Jalan Besar MRT Station to Larkin Bus Terminal in Johor Barhu, Malaysia.

Cashew is the second MRT station in downtown line with the station code DT2 which is the second station for Stage Two that serves both the condominium and private housing located along Upper Bukit Timah Road with walking distance to the MRT station.

Hillview is the third MRT station in downtown line with the station code DT3 which is the third station for Stage Two that serves both the condominium and private housing located between Upper Bukit Timah Road and Hillview Avenue with walking distance to the MRT station.

Beauty World is the fourth MRT station in downtown line with the station code DT5 which is the fourth station for Stage Two that serves three major building which are Bukit Timah Shopping Centre, Beauty World Centre and Beauty World Plaza directly, nearby to Toh Yi Estate located at Toh Yi Road and Ngee Ann Polytechnic and residents living in private housing to the MRT station located along Pan-Island Expressway (PIE).

King Albert Park is the fifth MRT station in downtown line with the station code DT6 which is the fifth station for Stage Two that serves both the residents staying in both the condominium and private housing around the Bukit Timah corridor at the junction located between Bukit Timah Road and Blackmore Drive and nearby staff and students of Ngee Ann Polytechnic to the MRT station. There is an complaint from Malewoods Residences Condominium that the underground construction MRT station is a little bit too close which causes inconvenience to their residential homes at Maplewoods since the first week of June 2011. The residents of Maplewoods Condominium are more particular and concerned about both the safety of drivers and pdestrians and hope to solve this problem and come out with a new solution from the construction of the underground MRT station after having a dialogue with both the Land Transport Authority (LTA) and their MP which stands for Member of Paraliment for Holland-Bukit Timah named Christoper de Souza.

Sixth Avenue is the sixth MRT station in downtown line with the station code DT7 which is the sixth station for Stage Two that serves and connects residents to their private residential housing area in the Bukit Timah corridor at the junction located between Bukit Timah Road and Sixth Avenue, commuters to the commerical areas in the vicinity and close to the road access to Turf City to the MRT station.

Tan Kah Kee is the seventh MRT station in downtown line with the station code DT8 which is the seventh station for Stage Two that serves residents living in the private housing residential area in the Bukit Timah corridor just north of the road junction between Bukit Timah Road and Duchess Avenue and walking distance to these several government institutional schools in the Bukit Timah area which are Hwa.

Botanic Gardens is the eighth MRT station in downtown line with the station code DT9 which is the fifth last station for Stage Two that integrates with an interchange station named Circle Line which is the third station of Stage Four that serves residents staying in mostly both the condominium and private housing residential area, commuters going to both the Singapore Botanical Gardens along Bukit Timah Road and National University of Singapore (Bukit Timah Campus) currently located at Baker road and access directly behind Serene Centre connecting both Circle Line and Downtown Line to the MRT station.

Stevens is the ninth MRT station in downtown line with the station code DT10 which is the fourth last station for Stage Two that integrates with an interchange station named Thomson Line which is the second station for Stage Three after Mount Pleasant which is going to be operational only in 2021 merged together with Eastern Region Line to become Thomson-East Coast Line being announced on 15 August 2014 by the Transport Minister for Land Transport Authority (LTA) named Mr Lui Tuck Yew for the groundbreaking ceremony at the upcoming Marina South Pier MRT station with the station code NS28 that serves residents staying in mostly private housing residential area more than condominium housing residential area with shop houses and eateries nearby and convenient to their residential homes currently located in the Stevens area along the Bukit Timah corridor at the confluence of Bukit Timah Road, Stevens Road, Duneran Road and Whitley Road and commuters and students going to both the Raffles town Club and Singapore Chinese Girls’ School within walking distance and will be bulit and connected to link up with a future transit infrastructure for both MRT lines which are Downtown Line and Thomson-East Coast Line to the MRT station.

Netwon is the tenth MRT station in downtown line with the station code DT11 which is the third last station for Stage Two that integrates with an interchange station named North-South Line which has a total of two exits accessing to the bus stop located at Scotts Road connecting both Downtown Line and North-South Line from 2016 onwards thst consists of one exit access and serves commuters directly to these office buildings are Balmoral Plaza, Goldbell Towers, Sheraton Towers Singapore, Alliance Francaise De Singapour and Prudential@Scotts and the other exit access and serves commuters to Cairnhill Community Club, Ministry of the Environment and Water Resources consisting of National Environment Agency (NEA), Public Utilities Board (PUB) and Netwon Food Centre currently located between Scotts Road and Cairnhill Road and near to Netwon Hawker Centre to the MRT station.

Little India is the eleventh MRT station in downtown line with the station code DT12 which is the second last station for Stage Two that integrates with an interchange station named North-East Line operating on 20 June 2003 consisting a total of six exits connected with the existing four exits from the North-East Line and the remaining two exits from the Downtown Line. The first exit serves and access commuters to the nearby Land Transport Authority (LTA) main office building currently located at Hamisphere Road, the second exit will serve the residents to the nearby indian shop houses, eateries and HDB flat eatates, the third exit will serve and access commuters to the road junction named Race Course Road and residents to these four blocks of Farrer Park HDB flats estates within walking distance and the other three of the exits from the Downtown Line will serve and direct residents directly to both the Tekka Centre HDB estates with bubble lifts accessing at every floor to their homes conveniently and Tekka Market and Hawker Centre to the MRT station. The bus stop located at Serangoon Road has direct bus 66 that goes to Bedok Temporarily Bus Interchange from Jurong Town Hall Road, Bukit Batok area, some of Bukit Gombak area, Upper Bukit Timah Road, Bukit Timah Road before turning left at the traffic junction and keep the route along MacPherson Road, Circuit Road, Ubi Ave 2, Bedok Reservoir Road, Bedok North Ave 3 and bus 23 is a loop service that goes through Little India, Farrer Park and Boon Keng MRT stations on the North-East Line before entering to Pan-Island Expressway (PIE) from 13.3km entrance until Bedok North Road exit at 8.2km towards Singapore Changi International Airport route and stops at the bus stops opposite Blk 705/706 Bedok North Road, Temasek Polytechnic West Gate, The Plaza at Temasek Polytechnic Main Gate, Temasek Polytechnic East Gate and directly to the HDB Block 934 Tampines Street 91 with lift upgrading completion before turning left to Tampines Ave 5 at the traffic junction in order to reach Tampines Bus Interchange.

Rochor is the twelfth MRT station in downtown line with the station code DT13 which is the last and final station for Stage Two that consists a total of two exits serving residents to both these three blocks of Selegie House HDB estates and walking distance from the MRT station to The Verge with one exit that serves and directs commuters nearby to the Sim Lim Square and opposite these four blocks of Rochor Centre HDB flats estates with shop houses and the other exit that serves and direct both students and the public people to the private educational school named Lasalle College of the Arts nearby opposite to the MRT station.

Bugis is the thirteenth MRT station in downtown line with the station code DT14 integrates with an interchange station named East-West Line which is the central part of Singapore which is the first station for Stage One that consists a total of four exits including three exits from the East-West Line and an additional exit from the Downtown Line Stage One which opens on 22 December 2013 with the first five stations located within the central part of Singapore. The first exit will serves and access commuters directly to the bus stop currently located at Victoria Street and walking distance opposite to Rochor Centre with shop houses and Sim Lim Square and two very unique private educational school named Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts and Lasalle College of the Arts around Bugis area and residents staying in these four blocks of Rochor Centre HDB flats estates opposite to the MRT station, the second exit will serves and directs commuters directly to the bus stop currently located at Victoria Street and nearby Raffles Hospital, the third exit will serve all commuters entering into Bugis Junction Shopping Centre and nearby Bugis Village located on the first level of Bugis Junction, Bugis+ using the sheltered overhead bridge, nearby National Library building and many housing retail and food outlets and the fourth and final exit from the Downtown Line will serve commuters to the Kampong Glam nearby to the MRT station which is used to built on the demolishment of the New Seventh Storey Hotel located at Rochor Road.

Promenade is the fourteenth MRT station in downtown line with the station code DT15 which is the second station for Stage One that integrates with an interchange station named Circle Line which is the fourth MRT station among Circle Line Stage One and Two which is operational on 17 April 2010 due to the Nicoll Highway Collaspe incident being held on 20 April 2004 and the deepest underground MRT station with a total of seven levels including two out of seven levels are restricted access consisting of three exits connecting both circle line and downtown line. The first exit will serve commuters directly to the Suntec City Shopping Mall and Office Towers and nearby Fountain of Wealth at Suntec City while the second exit will serve commuters directly to the Millenia Walk Shopping Mall and nearby The Millenia Tower and the third and final exit will serve commuters nearby to Singapore Flyer, opposite both the Ritz-Cartlon Hotel Building and Marina Bay Floating Platform which opens on April 2007 with a connected link bridge to The Shoppers at Marina Bay SANDS to the MRT station. There are two very special bus service serving to the other end of Singapore which are direct express bus 502 that is used to serve the commuters to the western part of Singapore and 518 that is used to serve the commuters to the eastern part of Singapore at both bus stops opposite The Millenia Tower and Ritz-Carlton outside Singapore Flyer.

Bayfront is the fifteenth MRT station in downtown line with the station code DT16 which is the third station for Stage One that integrates with an interchange station named Circle Line Extension which opens on 14 January 2012 locates on the same platform level as Downtown Line Stage One opens on 22 December 2013 together with the first five MRT stations consisting a total of five exits connecting both circle line extension and downtown line. The first exit will serve and direct commuters to the bus stop currently located at Bayfront Avenue facing East Coast Park Expressway (ECP) while the second exit will serve and direct commuters to the most attractive tourists’ and foreigners’ beautiful sky garden park named Gardens by the Bay, the thid exit will access and direct commuters to the Marina Bay SANDS Three Towers Sky Park Hotel with a swimming pool and bar longue located at the rooftop which is the fifty-seven storey, the fourth exit will access and serve commuters directly to the Marina Bay SANDS Shopping Mall, Marina Bay Sands Expo Hall and Convention Centre and nearby the Art Museum@Marina Bay and the fifth and final exit will access and direct commuters to the bus top named Marina Bay SANDS Three Towers Sky Park Hotel located at Bayfront Avenue facing opposite The Shoppers at Marina Bay which allows the wheel-bound people to board and exit the bus.

Downtown is the sixteenth MRT station in downtown line with the station code DT17 which is the third last station for Stage One that consists of a total of six exits located at Central Boulevard in the heart of Central Business District (CBD) on the central part of Singapore. The first exit will serve and direct residents to the high-rise private comdominium named The Sail@Marina Bay consisting of Tower One with seventy storey high and Tower Two with sixty-three storey high with a Western food stall located downstairs conveniently to their door step, the second exit will direct residents to the high rise private condominium named Marina Bay Residents with sixty-five storey high, the third exit will serve and access commuters directly to the bus stop located at Central Boulevard to allow them to take direct express bus 502 to both Jurong East and Jurong West area, the fourth exit will serve and direct commuters directly to the Marina Bay Park to allow them and the Marina Bay condominium residents to enjoy the beautiful good scenery, the fifth exit will serve and access the working people directly to the Marina Bay Financial Centre and the sixth and final exit will serve and direct commuters to the nearby newly upgraded and renovated Lau Pa Sat opened on 30 June 2014 with about fifteen mini restaurants and nearby Raffles Place currently located at the road junction between Maxwell road and Shenton Way to the MRT station.

Telok Ayer is the seventeenth MRT station in downtown line with the station code DT18 which is the second last station for Stage One that consists of two exits that serves and access all commuters and the working people to walk ten minutes to Raffles Place nearby for the first exit from the MRT station and two exit will serve and access commuters directly to the shop houses and old historical buddhist temple nearby which is located under Cross Street at the road junction with Telok Ayer Street to the MRT station and close to the Chinatown MRT station.

Chinatown is the eighteenth MRT station in downtown line with the station code DT19 which is the last and final station for Stage One that integrates with an interchange station named North-East Line which opens on 20 June 2003 and is currently the third MRT station consisting a total of five exits. The first exit will access and direct both all commuters directly to the Chinatown Centre shop houses including the Chinatown Heritage Centre and Blk 335 Smith Street Hawker Centre located at both first and second levels with basement level market connection and all residents living and staying in these two upgraded blocks Smith Street HDB flats estates upstairs in Chinatown Complex, the second exit will access and direct all commuters directly to the People Park’s Centre which is the old chinese traditional shopping centre, the third exit will serve and direct all commuters directly to the People Park’s Complex with residential housing located upstairs above the shopping mall and nearby New Market Hawker Centre being filled with shop houses and Housing Developement Board (HDB) residential housing with a total of nine stories in one block upstairs within the New Market Centre, the fourth exit will serve and direct all commuters directly to the renovated and upgraded Chinatown Point Shopping Mall with the Chinatown Public Library located at the third floor of the shopping mall and the fifth and final exit will serve and access both all commuters directly to the Hong Lim Complex being filled with shop houses and two floors of hawker centre and all residents staying in these four upgraded blocks Hong Lim Complex Housing Developement Board (HDB) flats estates residential housing in the heart of chinatown area from the Downtown Line Stage One to the MRT station.

Fort Canning is the nineteenth MRT station in downtown line with the station code DT20 which is the first station of Stage Three that consists of a total of three exits that serve and access all commuters directly to the bus stop currently located along River Valley Road and nearby the old historical beautiful scenery Fort Canning Park from the first exit and the second exit will serve all commuters directly to the UE Square and opposite Liang Court Shopping Mall being filled with hotels upstairs mainly for hotel guests itself, both swimming pool, bar longue event gathering, gymassium room, one chinese famous restaurant named Drangon Phoneix and one indian restaurant named Mahatton North Indian located at the sixth floor and another restaurant and bar longue located at the seventh level and the third and final exit will serve and direct all commuters currently located along Clemaneau Avenue and residents to walk to their residential condominium housing area through the pathway connector route currently situated and located at Roberston Quay from Clarke Quay in the heart of the central attraction of Singapore to the MRT station.

Bencoolen is the twentieth MRT station in downtown line with the station code DT21 and the deepest underground MRT station at fourty-three metres which is the second station for Stage Three that consists of one exit due to the hotels and commercial buildings currently situated and located above the MRT station. The exit from the Downtown Line MRT station will serve and access all commuters and the public people to both the Bencoleen Hotel and commercial building currently situated and located at Bencoleen Street with five minutes walk to the Bras Basah MRT Station which is the second station for Circle Line Stage One and Two opens on 17 April 2010 due to the Nicoll Highway collaspe incident being held on 20 April 2004 and students studying Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts nearby to the MRT station and the local university educational school named Singapore Management University (SMU) connected from the Bras Basah MRT station. As the Bencoleen MRT Station is the second station for Downtown Line Stage Three which is going to be operational only in 2017 and located under Bencoleen Street which is a portion of the Bencoleen Street that needs and requires to be closed for four years from October 2011 to the fourth quarter of 2015. These three bus services are express bus 502, express bus 518 and bus 36 would passed by the traffic junction of the future second deepest MRT station as compared to Stevens which is the first deepest MRT station at about fifty metres due to an integration with an interchange named Thomson-East Coast Line being announced by the Transport Minister of Land Transport Authority (LTA) named Mr Lui Tuck Yew since 15 August 2014 for the groundbreaking ceremony consisting of both Thomson and Eastern Region MRT Lines being merged together at the upcoming Marina South Pier with the station code NS28 to allow all commuters to take the train from the Marina South Pier Ferry Terminal opened by the end of 2014 which is the second stage of the MRT station.

Jalan Besar is the twenty-first MRT station in downtown line with the station code DT22 which is the third station for Stage Three that consists of an exit that serves and access residents directly to both the six blocks of Kelantan Centre Housing Developement Board (HDB) flats estates and four blocks of Rowell Road Housing Developement Board (HDB) flats eatates opposite to the MRT station with shop houses nearby to their HDB residential homes and nearby Queen’s Street Bus Coach and Taxi Transfer to Malaysia at the Queen’s Street Bus Terminal located at the small road junction between Pasar Lane and Pitt Street with the road realignment on 6 April 2012 in the central part of Singapore. There are bus stops located at Jalan Besar for bus 23 with a loop service to Rochor Centre – Sim Lim Square that needs to turn right at the traffic junction and make another right turn to access Serangoon Road at Little India area to reach Tampines Bus Interchange and bus 66 to travel to Jurong East Bus Interchange through Bukit Timah Road, Upper Bukit Timah Road, Bukit Gombak area and Bukit Batok area from Bedok Bus Interchange travelling to both the eastern and central-eastern part of Singapore including Bendemeer Road.

Bendemeer is the twenty-second MRT station in downtown line with the station code DT23 which is the fourth station for Stage Three that consists of an exit that access and serve all commuters and working people directly to the Singapore Post Main Delivery Office and opposite both shop houses and eateries to their workplace to the MRT station since the start of construction on 3 February 2012 which is two weeks before Chinese New Year Celebration 2012. In addition, the Malacca-Singapore Coach Terminal was demolished in order to make way for future warehouse which will be integrated with a new bus terminus.

Geylang Barhu is the twenty-third MRT station in downtown line with the station code DT24 which is the fifth station for Stage Three that consists of an exit that access and serve the residents to the nearby Kallang Basin Swimming Complex and living and staying in both Geylang Barhu and Kallang Barhu Housing Developement Board (HDB) flats estates around Geylang Barhu area in the road junction between Geylang Barhu and Kallang Barhu and all commuters and the working people opposite to the Kallang Barhu Industrial Estate to the MRT station.

Mattar is the twenty-fourth MRT station in downtown line with the station code DT25 which is the sixth station for Stage Three that consists of an exit that access and serve residents living and staying in the three blocks of Merpati Housing Developement Board (HDB) flats estates with twelve stories high per block and private housing residential area and opposite Mattar Road Hawker Centre and around Circuit Road Housing Developement Board (HDB) flats estates currently situated and located in the vincity of both Mattar and Merpati Road to the MRT station.

MacPherson is the twenty-fifth MRT station in downtown line with the station code DT26 which is the seventh station for Stage Three that integrates with an interchange named Circle Line Stage One and Two opens on 17 April 2010 due to the Nicoll Highway collaspe incident being held on 20 April 2004 consisting of a total of three exits that will be connected with both downtown line and circle line. The first exit will serve and access all commuters directly to the MacPherson Neighbourhood Division Police Post and the nearby Cartlex petrol station located along Paya Lebar Road while the second exit will direct and serve all commuters directly to the bus stop, residents to nearby walking distance around MacPherson Housing Developement Board (HDB) flats estates located at Circuit Road and students studying opposite the government educational school named MacPherson Secondary School and the third and final exit will serves and access all commuters directly to the bus stop located at Paya Lebar Road and the former government small institutational school named ITE College Central (MacPherson Campus) located at the road junction of MacPherson Road to the MRT station.

Ubi is the twenty-sixth MRT station in downtown line with the station code DT27 which is the eighth station for Stage Three that consists of an exit to access and direct all commuters and the working people to the office buildings and nearby walking distance to the Ubi Industrial Estates, residents living and staying around Ubi Housing Developement Board (HDB) flats estates around Ubi area and students studying in the two government institutional schools which are Maha Bodhi School within five miuntes and Manjusri Secondary School within eight minutes walking distance to the MRT station located along Ubi Ave 2 with both road realignment and bus stop relocation begins in September 2011.

Kaki Bukit is the twenty-seventh MRT station in downtown line with the station code DT28 which is the ninth station for Stage Three that consists of an exit to serve and access residents living in the Housing Developement Board (HDB) flats estates currently situated and located along Jalan Damai, Jalan Tenaga, Kaki Bukit Avenue 1 as well as Bedok Reservoir Road, all commuters and the working people working in both the office commerical buildings and industrial estates located around Kaki Bukit area and students studying nearby with great convenience in these two government institutional school which are Telok Karau Primary School and Bedok North Secondary School to the MRT station.

Bedok North is the twenty-eighth MRT station in downtown line with the station code DT29 which is the tenth station for Stage Three that consists of an exit to serve and access residents directly to the both Bedok Town Park located along the Pan-Island Expressway (PIE) at eight kilometres to allow them to jog, run, brisk walk and enjoy the beautiful scenery in the park and Housing and Developement Board (HDB) flats estates around both Bedok North and Bedok Reservoir located along Bedok North Road to the MRT station. These two bus services that will enter into the Pan-Isalnd Expressway (PIE) from eight kilometres are bus 23 to exit at 12.5km towards Tuas route to Kallang Basin Swimming Complex and opposite the old handphone company named SIEMENS office building to access to both Bendemeer Road and Jalan Besar before reaching Rochor Centre – Sim Lim Square located at Rochor Road and express bus 518 to exit at 14km towards Tuas route to Central Expressway (CTE) to access down to both bus stops passing by the opposite tan Tock Seng Hospital located along Moulmein Road are opposite National Communicable Disease Centre and Novena Square I and II Shopping Mall and Hotel Royal currently situated and located along Scotts Road before accessing to the busiest central shopping malls of Singapore around Orchard, Somerset and Dhoby Ghuat area to reach Pasir Ris Bus Interchange.

Bedok Reservoir is the twenty-ninth MRT station in downtown line with the station code DT30 which is the eleventh station for Stage Three that consists of an exit to serve all residents living and staying both in the Housing Developement Board (HDB) flats estates around Bedok Reservoir Road area and opposite Bedok Reservoir View area using the sheltered overhead bridge located at the road traffic junction directly at Bedok North Avenue Three and condominium residential housing area nearby are The BayWater, Waterfront Waves, WaterFront Gold, Waterfront Green and Waterfront Gold and opposite both the Aquairus by the Bay and The Clearwater currently situated and located along Bedok Reservoir Road to the MRT station.

Tampines West is the thirtieth MRT station in downtown line with the station code DT31 which is the fifth last station for Stage Three that consists of an exit at Blk 933 Tampines Street 91 HDB block that serves and directs both all commuters to the nearby Tampines West Neighbourhood Police Centre Division Office and all residents staying in the Housing Developement Board (HDB) flats estates with completed lift upgrading around Tampines Polyview located at Tampines Ave 4/Street 81 and Tampines Palmspring located at Tampines Ave 4/Street 91 district area predinct to the MRT station.

Tampines is the thirty-first MRT station in downtown line with the station code DT32 which is the fourth last station for Stage Three that consists of an underground fututre integrated retail shopping mall outlets located along the MRT control station and integrates with an interchange named East-West Line connected currently with three exits. There may be an additional exit from the downtown line to access all commuters directly to Tampines Bus Interchange and the working staffs nearby opposite the office environmential buildings such as AIA Building, Citibank and OCBC Bank companies around Tampines area. The first exit serves and directs both all commuters to shop directly at Tampines One which opens since 5 April 2009 and residents staying in the Housing Developement Board (HDB) flats estates around Tampines Street 21 and nearby Tampines Central One area with completed lift upgrading while the second exit serves and directs both all commuters to shop directly at Tampines Mall and nearby Centuary Square and residents staying in the Housing Developement board (HDB) flats estates around Tampines Street 12 area and the third and final exit serves and directs both all commuters directly to the Eastlink Mall which opens since 2003 that connects to Tampines Bus Interchange with completed upgrading since 2008 and residents staying in the Housing Developement board (HDB) flats estates around Tampines Central division area, enjoying the beautiful scenery nearby Tampines Central Park and going to both the upgraded Tampines Swimming Complex being operational since 2006 and mosque located along Tampines Avenue Five for all muslims which is beside the Tampines Swimming Complex within walking distance to the MRT station.

Tampines East is the thirty-second MRT station in downtown line with the station code DT33 which is the third last station for Stage Three that consists of an exit that serves as a Civil Defence Shelter located at the road junction along Tampines Avenue Seven and serves and directs both all residents living and staying in the Housing Developement Board (HDB) flats estates around Tampines East division area and all students studying to the nearby both local government educational schools are Tampines Junior College and Ngee Ann Secondary School to the MRT station.

Upper Changi is the thirty-third MRT station in downtown line with the station code DT34 which is the second last station for Stage Three that consists of an exit that faces close to Changi Airport and serves and directs students studying in the future local university campus located at the eastern part of Singapore named Singapore University Technology and Design especially all residents living and staying in the private residential housing area and in the nearby condominium residential housing area which are Changi Court, East View Garden, Tropicana Condo, Mera Tower, Changi Green and Cascadale currently situated and located at the main road junction along Upper Changi Road East with walking distance to the MRT station.

Expo is the thirty-fourth MRT station in downtown line with the station code DT35 which is the last and final station for Stage Three that integrates with an interchange station named Changi Airport Branch Line under East-West Line that consists of three exits and will be extended to an additional two MRT stations for Downtown Line Stage Three Extension being scheduled to be operational only in 2024 and announced on 15 August 2014 for the groundbreaking ceremony of Thomson-East Coast Line under Land Transport Authority (LTA) at the upcoming Marina South Pier MRT station through Marina Bay Extension with the station code NS28 to allow them to take the train from the Marina South Pier Ferry Terminal which is going to open by at the end of this year are Xinlin used to serve and direct all working people to the office environmental, industrial and factories workshop building at the Changi South Road around Changi Business Park area currently situated and located in the main road junction along Xinlin Road that has the bus service number 35 at the bus stop going towards Tanah Merah Ferry Terminal with loop service from Bedok Temporarily Bus Interchange and Sungei Bedok used to connect the ending terminal station for two MRT lines together from the Downtown Line and integrate an interchange named Thomson-East Coast Line with another future first in-world integrated depot at the current Tanah Merah area consisting of three storeys bus depot, Thomson-East Coast Line at grade, East-West Line at elevated and Downtown Line at underground. The first exit from the Changi Airport Branch Line under East-West Line serves and direct all commuters directly to Singapore Expo Hall One to Nine with both food outlets and fast food restaurants facing outside the exhibition hall while the second exit from the Changi Airport Branch Line under East-West Line serves and direct all commuters directly connected to both the Changi City Point with a taxi stand facing outside the shopping mall and Caprl by Frazer Changi City Hotel and the third and final exit from the Downtown Line Stage Three serves and direct all commuters working mostly in the office environmental buildings with a supermarket named NTUC FairPrice Finest to allow them to purchase both their groceries and household items back to their homes after their working hours around Changi Business Park area to the MRT station.

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

  1. Botanic Gardens Station: Intersect with Circle Line
  2. Newton Station: Intersect with North-South Line
  3. Little India Station: Intersect with North-East Line
  4. Bugis Station: Intersect with East-West Line
  5. Promenade Station: Intersect with Circle Line
  6. Bayfront Station: Intersect with Circle Line
  7. Chinatown Station: Intersect with North-East Line
  8. Macpherson Station: Intersect with Circle Line
  9. Tampines Station: Intersect with East-West Line
  10. Expo Station: Intersect with East-West Line

However, some of the stations in the Singapore MRT Map, Downtown Line is currently not available in the year of 2014. The MRT Stations that are presently available are:

Bugis, Promenade, Bayfront, Downtown, Telok Ayer and Chinatown