East West Line

Singapore MRT Map – East West Line

 

East West Line

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

Pasir Ris is the first MRT station with the station code EW1 is the first to install the half-height platform screen doors located in the busiest eastern part of Singapore collaborated with both Yishun and Jurong East for demonstration purposes that consists of two exits connecting all commuters directly to Pasir Ris Bus Interchange with direct feeder bus 354 to serve them to both Downtown East and residents staying in the private residential housing area located along Jalan Loyang Besar and 403 to serve them to Pasir Ris Park besides the People Association and Home Team National Service Holiday Chalet and residents staying in the private residential housing area nearby and around the beautiful adventure park to allow them to enjoy and benefit with a very good scenery being connected to the East-West Line. The first exit from the East-West Line directs and serves residents staying in the Housing Developement Board (HDB) flats around Pasir Ris Street 52 and 53 at the road junction currently situated and located along Pasir Ris Drive One and to the bus stop with the bus service number three that connects them to both Pasir Ris Street 71 and Punggol through Tampines Expressway (TPE) from Tampines Bus Interchange and the other exit from the East-West Line serves and connects all commuters directly to White Sands Shopping Mall at Pasir Ris, nearby opposite both Pasir Ris Town Park and Pasir Ris Sports and Recreation Club and within walking distance to Arenda Country Club, Downtown East and Wild Wild Wet opens in June 2004 to the MRT station.

Tampines is the second MRT station with the station code EW2 integrates with an interchange named Downtown Line which is the last three final station for Stage Three going to be operational only in 2017 with a future integrated retail shopping mall located along the underground control station connected to both the current East-West Line and upgraded Tampines Bus Interchange completed in 2008 consisting of three exits to serve the working people nearby to the office environmental buildings around Tampines area. The first exit from the East-West Line access and directs both all commuters to shop directly at Tampines one which opens in April 2009 and all residents staying in the Housing Developement Board (HDB) flats estates around Tampines Street 21 area while the second exit from the East-West Line access and directs both all commuters to shop directly at Tampines Mall and nearby Centuary Square and all residents staying in the Housing Developement Board (HDB) flats estates around Tampines Street 12 area and the third and final exit from the East-West Line access and connects all commuters directly to the Eastlink Mall which opens since 2003 which is connected to Tampines Bus Interchange and residents staying around Tampines Central Housing Developement Board (HDB) flats estate division area to the MRT station.

Simei is the third MRT station with the station code EW3 consisting a total of three exits being connected to the East-West Line. The first exit from the East-West Line directs and connects all residents staying in both the condominiums like The Mondena, Tropical Spring, Simei Green, My Manhattan, Double Bay Residents and Sunbird View which has four storeys and private residential housing area through Simei Park Connector route and Housing Developement Board (HDB) flats estate around Simei Street Four within walking distance opposite while the second exit from the East-West Line directs and connects both all commuters to the Changkat-Simei Community Club and residents staying in the Housing Developement Board (HDB) flats estates around Simei Street One and Five and the third and final exit from the East-West Line directs and connects all commuters and the working staffs to Changi General Hospital and Changi Community Hospital including the elderly welfare community home, residents staying in the Housing Development Board (HDB) flats estates around Simei Street One students studying in the government education school named Changi Changi Secondary School opposite to the MRT station. Once I have crossed opposite the Simei MRT Station through the traffic light junction, I will definitely passed by the My Manhattan Executive Condominium and take direct bus five located along Simei Street Three to Great World City shopping centre currently situated and located along Kim Seng Road for one hour bus journey with these tentative dates and license plate numbers from the bus stop. The first time I take is on 10 June 2014, tuesday in around noon time which is two days after the National Vertical Marathon 2014 at One Raffles place sixty-three storey old building is SBS2778C with the advertisement named Sea Horizon Executive Condominium in light blue colour design background, the second time with my good spiritual mood on sunday afternoon, 5 July 2014 to have catch the bus that stops at the traffic light junction which is SBS8345D with the advertisement named POSB Online Banking just in the bus schedule timing collaborated with SBS6216X for direct express 502 that connects all commuters staying in the western part of Singapore such as Boon Lay Way, Toh Guan Road, Jurong East and Jurong West and SBS8216T for direct bus 39 that connects all commuters along Pasir Ris Drive One, Jalan Kayu, Khatib and Yishun area through Tampines Expressway (TPE) from 5.5km to 14km and turn into Seletar Expressway (SLE) for three more kilometres to reach Yishun and the third time on saturday afternoon, 12 July is SBS3118B with the advertisement named Institute of Technical Education (ITE) turns into a success through Pan-Island Expressway (PIE) from 9.9km until the exit at the seventeen kilometres bus stop located along Ah Hood Road to reach Bukit Merah Bus Interchange.

Tanah Merah is the fourth MRT station with the station code EW4 integrates and connects together with the Changi Airport MRT Branch Line in the middle platform to serve all commuters to both Expo and Changi Airport that consists of only two exits being connected to the East-West Line. The first exit from the East-West Line serves and directs both all residents living and staying in both the future development garden city condominium named The Glades at Tanah Merah and private housing residential around Upper East Coast Road area with walking distance and all commuters to sit the shuttle bus to National Service Resort Country Club (NSRCC) the other exit from the East-West Line serves and directs all residents living and staying in both the nearby condominium residential housing area and private residential housing around Tanah Merah Kechil Road area to the MRT station.

Bedok is the fifth MRT station with the station code EW5 consisting a total of three exits being connected to the East-West Line. The first exit from the East-West Line serves and directs both all commuters to the bus stop accessing towards Bedok South Avenue One road traffic junction and working in both the factory warehouses and industrial estates building around Bedok South Avenue One and residents staying in the nearby Housing Developement Board (HDB) flats estates around Bedok South area to the MRT station while the second exit from the East-West Line serves and directs both all commuters to the bus stop connected to newly opened Bedok Mall with an integrated bus interchange located at the basement level and Bedok Residences condominium housing above the two storey shopping centre accessing towards Bedok North Street One road traffic junction and the nearby Bedok Town Centre for everyone to shop and residents staying in the nearby Housing Developement Board (HDB) flats estates around Bedok Town Centre and Bedok North area to the MRT station and the third and final exit from the East-West Line serves and directs all commuters directly to the Basement Two entrance of the Bedok Mall connected from the MRT station.

Kembangan is the sixth MRT station with the station code EW6 consisting of only two exits being connected to the East-West Line. The first exit from the East-West Line serves and directs both all commuters to the bus stop, taxi stand and passenger pick-up and drop-off point currently situated and located along Sims Avenue and opposite Kemangan Plaza with traffic junction crossing and all residents living and staying in both the nearby condominium and private residential housing around Sims Avenue area and private residential housing around Frankel and Siglap area through Siglap Park Connector route with walking distance and the other exit from the East-West Line serves and directs all residents staying directly to the Astoria park condominium residential housing area, in the Housing Developement Board (HDB) flats estates around Lengkong Tiga area and private residential housing around Kemangan area, all commuters to the Kampong Kambangan Community Club with walking distance through the sheltered walkway and both all intellectued disabled students below eighteen years old studying and working staffs in the MINDS (Movement for the Intellectually Disabled of Singapore) Towner Garden School currently situated and located at 1B Lengkong Satu to the MRT station.

Eunos is the seventh MRT station with the station code EW7 consisting of three exits being connected to the East-West Line. The first exit from the East-West Line serves and directs both all commuters directly to both the normal surface carpark and bus stop with covered shelter linkway and walking distance to the Kampong-Chai Chee Community Club currently situated and located along Sims Avenue and all residents living and staying in the Housing development Board (HDB) flats estates around Eunos Road area while the second exit from the East-West Line serves and connects all commuters to both the Eunos Bus Interchange and nearby Eunos Crescent Market and Hawker Centre and directs all residents living and staying around Eunos crescent area and the third and final exit from the East-West Line serves and directs all commuters to the bus stop located at Jalan Eunos and nearby the buddhist temple to the MRT station.

Paya Lebar is the eighth MRT station with the station code EW8 integrates with an interchange station 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 killing four people on the section of the underground platform station that consists of four exits with an additional of three exits from the Circle Line station located in the heart attraction of Singapore central-east area being connected to the East-West Line. The first exit from the East-West Line serves and directs both all commuters and working staff directly to the Singapore Post Centre, the second exit connecting to the Circle Line concourse from the East-West Line serves and directs all commuters directly to the bus stop without direct lift access, the third exit from the Circle Line serves and directs all commuters and working people directly to both the bus stop with direct lift access and Geylang East Industrial Estate, all muslims to go mosque for their muslim prayers, all muslims students studying in the mosque islamic school connected together with both the mosque and previous Paya Lebar Fire Station and all residents living and staying in the Sims ville condominium residential housing area with walking distance nearby the fourth exit from the Circle Line serves and directs all commuters to the bus stop with direct lift access at Paya Lebar Road and all residents living and staying in the condominium residential housing area with both shophouses and eatery outlets nearby at the main road junction between Geylang Road and Sims Avenue with walking distance to the MRT station.

Aljunied is the ninth MRT station with the station code EW9 consisting of only two exits located in the heart attraction of Singapore central-east area being connected to the East-West Line. The first exit from the East-West Line serves and directs all residents staying in both the nearby condominium residential housing area at the main road junction between Geylang Road and Sims Avenue and Housing Developement Board (HDB) flats estates around Guillemard Road area with walking distance and the other exit from the East-West Line serves and directs both all residents living and staying in the Housing Developement Board (HDB) flats estates around Sims Place and Geylang East area and all working people to both the Yi Xiu Factory Building and all industrial warehouses located along Sims Avenue with walking distance through the covered shelter linkway under the MRT track to the MRT station.

Kallang is the tenth MRT station with the station code EW10 consisting of only two exits located in the first central heart attraction part of Singapore being connected to the East-West Line. The first exit from the East-West Line serves and directs both all residents staying in these four blocks of Housing Developement Board (HDB) flats estates located at Lorong Three Geylang opposite and the condominium residential housing area named The Riverine by the Park with walking distance and all commuters directly to the Geylang Lorong One Bus Terminal, Singapore Sports Hub with designated shelter covered linkway and covered overhead bridge and to enjoy the beautiful and good scenery of Kallang Leisure Park facing towards Beach Road and the Water-Venture at Kallang passing through the underpass, Kallang Water Sports Centre, Singapore Dragon Boat Association and Kallang Sea Training Centre being reserved for National Cadet Corps (NCC) with walking distance and the other exit from the East-West Line serves and directs both all commuters to the Geylang West Community Club and all residents staying in the Housing Developement Board (HDB) flats estates at Upper Boon Keng riverview facing the Pan-Island Expressway (PIE), Boon Keng Ville, Kallang Heights and the future Kallang Trivista around Upper Boon Keng Road area to the MRT station.

Lavender is the eleventh MRT station with the station code EW11 consisting only of two exits located in the second central heart attraction part of Singapore being connected to the East-West Line. The first exit from the East-West Line serves and directs both all commuters and working staff directly to the ICA building and walking distance to the Kallang Leisure Park connected until the Gardens by the Bay (South) facing both the Grand One Prendix Centre and Singapore Flyer and all residents staying in the Housing Developement Board at Beach Road Garden, Golden Beach Vista and Crawford Court and the other exit from the East-West Line serves and directs both all commuters directly to the V Hotel at Lavender, nearby walking distance to these three commercial buildings such as Tai Pei Buddhist Centre, Aperia and PICO Creative Centre and nearby opposite to Jalan Besar Community Club through Kitchener Centre Complex and all residents staying in the Housing Developement Board (HDB) flats estates at Lavender Gardens, Kitchener Centre and two additional blocks located along King George’s Avenue and nearby Citylights high-rise condominium residential housing area to the MRT station.

Bugis is the twelfth MRT station with the station code EW12 integrates with an interchange station named Downtown Line Stage One opens on 22 December 2013 until Chinatown that consists a total of four exits with an additional exit from the Downtown Line located in the third central heart attraction part of Singapore being connected to the East-West Line. The first exit from the East-West Line serves and access both all commuters directly to the bus stop currently located at Victoria Street and walking distance 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 all residents staying in these four blocks of Housing Developement Board (HDB) flats estates at Rochor Centre above shophouses opposite to the MRT station, the second exit from the East-West Line serves and directs all commuters to the bus stop currently located at Victoria Street and nearby Raffles Hospital, the third exit from the East-West Line serves and access all commuters directly to the Bugis Junction Shopping Mall, 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 serves and access all commuters to the nearby Kampong Glam located at Arab Street situated at the New Seventh Storey Hotel building demolisation from the MRT station.

City Hall is the thirteenth MRT station with the station code EW13 integrates together with the North-South Line which is the third last station since the operation on 12 December 1987 that consists of three exits located in the Civic District in the Downtown Core within the fourth central heart attraction part of Singapore being connected to both the North-South Line and East-West Line intersection. The first exit serves and access all commuters directly to the Raffles City Shopping Centre connected with the seventy-storey Raffles City Hotel, Raffles City Convention Centre, Fairmount Ballroom Singapore and Swissotel The Stamford Singapore, the oldest hotel building named Raffles Hotel and Shopping Arcade opposite, Singapore Recreation Club and War Memorial Park nearby, lots of commerical buildings such as Bras Basah Complex, Singapore Art Museum, National Museum of Singapore, Chijmes, SMRT Headquarters, Carlton Hotel, The Cenotaph, NTUC Income Centre/ Trade Union House, National Library and the oldest historical church which is Cathedral of the Good Shepherd for their church mass prayers service within walking distance and all students studying the local university named Singapore Management University (SMU) within walking distance while the second exit serves and access all commuters directly to both the bus stop located along North Bridge Road and Padang at City Hall where people used to celebrate National Day in the past from 1966 to 1972 during the construction process of National Stadium being designed by a Japanese architect named Kenzo Tange and once every five years from 1975 onwards until August 2006 and all these commercial buildings such as Supreme Court Building, The Adelphi Lifestyle Mall, Peranakan Museum, Parliament House, The Arts House, Asian Civilisation Museum, Funan Digitalife Mall, The Substaination, Peninsula Plaza, The Treasury and Stamford Court/ Stamford House within walking distance, all guests staying in nearby these hotel accommodations are Peninsula Excelsior Hotel in the Peninsula Shopping Centre and Grand Plaza Park Hotel and all commuters going for their church mass prayers service nearby are St. Andrew’s Cathedral and Armenian Church and the third and final exit serves and access all commuters to the underpass Citylink Mall to access by allowing them to enjoy the beautiful scenery and good view Esplanade Park and connect to these shopping mall buildings which are Marina Square/ Marina Leisureplex, Esplanade – Theatres by the Bay and Suntec City Exhibition Hall and Convention Centre with all retail outlets inside the shopping mall and these hotel buildings are Marina Mandarin/ Mandarin Oriential, Pan Pacific Hotel at Marina, The Ritz-Carlton Millenia singapore and Concord Centennial Singapore to the MRT station.

Raffles Place is the fourteenth MRT station with the station code EW14 integrates together with the North-South Line which is the second last station since the operation on 12 December 1987 from City Hall until Outram Park located in the fifth central heart attraction part of Singapore that consists a total of ten exits connecting to the commercial office buildings with the linkway to all retail outlets at Raffles Xchange in the heart of Boat Quay along Singapore River through MRT underpass being connected to both North-South Line and East-West Line intersection. The first exit serves and access all commuters to 63 Market Street and working in the Bharat Building, Royal Brother Building, Clifford Centre, The Arcade, Malacca Centre and One Raffles Place and enjoying the beautiful good breeze at the Raffles Place Park on the first two exits from the MRT station, the second exit serves and access all commuters to the Golden Shoe Carpark and working in the thirty-six storey Chervon House building, Great Eastern Centre, Straits Times Building, 16 Collyer Quay, OCBC Centre, HSBC Building, Singapore Land Tower and One Raffles Place and to both the Clifford Pier and Customs House and all guests staying in the upgraded three storey iconic scenery view hotel accommodation facing the Marina Bay River named The Fullerton Bay Hotel, the third exit serves and access all commuters directly working in the Ocean Towers, the fourth exit serves and access all commuters directly in the Republic Plaza, the fifth exit serves and access all commuters working in both the Equity Plaza and Ocean Financial Centre, the sixth exit serves and access all commuters to the Market Street Carpark, Fuk Tak Chi Museum, China Square Food Centre to allow them to have their meals during their lunch break and Far East Square and working in the Capital Square, PWC Building, Great Eastern Centre, Samsung Hub, Prudential Tower and Robinson Tower, the seventh exit serves and access all commuters working in the UOB Plaza Tower One and Two and directly to the Boat Quay and Moulana Mohd Ali Mosque for their muslim prayers every friday besides the sixty-two storey UOB Plaza Tower One, the eighth exit serves and access all commuters working in these three commerical office buildings which are Maybank Tower, Republic Bank of China and Standard Chartered building located at Flint Street and Six Battery Road tentatively and to One Fullerton, Raffles Landing Site, Merlion Park, The Fullerton (Hotel), The Arts House at Old Parliament House, Asian Civilisations Museum and Victoria Theatre and Concert Hall, the ninth exit serves and direct all commuters working in these three office buildings which are SGX Centre, Lucrum Capital Building and Ascott Raffles Place and to the nearby Lau Pa Sat Festival Market to allow them to have their meals during their lunch break after upgrading and renovation and the tenth and final exit serves and access all commuters working in the One Raffles Quay, Marina Bay Financial Centre and One Marina Boulevard (NTUC Centre) and to both the Marina Bay Link Mall and The Promontory@Marina Bay and all residents living and staying in the high-rise private condominium residential housing with magnificant view of Singapore which are sisty-six storey Marina Bay Suites, sixty-five storey Marina Bay Residences and The Sail@Marina Bay consisting of two towers which are seventy storey for tower one and sixty-three storey for tower two within walking distance to the MRT station.

Tanjong Pagar is the fifteenth MRT station with the station code EW15 consisting a total of eight exits located in the sixth central heart attraction part of Singapore with the linkway to retail outlets at Tanjong Pagar Xchange that connects to the commerical office buildings through the MRT underpass being connected to the East-West Line. The first exit from the East-West Line serves and access both all commuters working in the URA Centre office building and all residents living and staying in the nearby upgraded Housing Developement Board (HDB) flats estates at Tanjong Pagar Plaza with market and hawker centre nearby for the Tanjong Pagar Plaza residents, the second exit from the East-West Line serves and access all commuters directly to and working nearby along Maxwell Road, the third exit from the East-West Line serves and access all commuters working and shopping directly to International Plaza, the fourth exit from the East-West Line serves and access all commuters directly to Prince Edward Road, the fifth exit from the East-West Line serves and access all commuters working directly in the fifty-one storey AXA Tower high-rise office building facing the Ayer-Rajah Expressway (AYE), the sixth exit from the East-West Line serves and access all commuters working along Robinson Road, the seventh exit from the East-West Line serves and access all commuters working at Cecil Street within walking distance, directly to Telok Ayer Park to allow them to enjoy the beautiful scenery and the Amoy Street Food Centre Annex B nearby and the eighth and final exit from the East-West Line serves and access all commuters working directly in the Springleaf Tower to the MRT station.

Outram Park is the sixteenth MRT station with the station code EW16 integrates with an exisiting interchange named North-East Line which is the second station being operational since 20 June 2003 and a future interchange station named Thomson-East Coast Line which is the eighth station going to be operational only in 2021 for Stage Three being announced since 15 August 2014 at the upcoming operational Marina South Pier ending terminal station to merge both the Thomson and Eastern Region Lines together by the management staff of Land Transport Authority (LTA) and the transport minister Mr Lui Tuck Yew that consists a total of eight exits after construction of four additional exits from the North-East Line located in the third last central heart attraction part of Singapore being connected to the East-West Line. The first and third exit from the East-West Line serves and directs all commuters coming out through the sheltered overhead bridge, the second and fourth exit from the East-West Line serves and directs all commuters coming out directly from the MRT station, the fifth exit from the North-East Line serves and access all commuters directly to the Pearl’s Centre being operational since 1969, four years of Singapore’s independence which is going to make way soon for the construction of the Outram Park station for Thomson-East Coast Line Stage Three, the sixth exit from the North-East Line serves and directs all commuters working in both the Health Promotion Board Building and Health Sciences Authority nearby and Singapore General Hospital within walking distance, the seventh exit from the North-East Line serves and directs all commuters working in the Police Cantonment Complex consisting of Bukit Merah East Neighbourhood Police Centre, Central Narcotics Bureau (NCB) and Central Police Division Headquarters and the eighth and final exit from the North-East Line serves and access all commuters working in the Tai Sun Building directly nearby to the MRT station.

Tiong Barhu is the seventeenth MRT station with the station code EW17 consisting of only two exits located in the second last central heart attraction part of Singapore being connected to the East-West Line. The first exit from the East-West Line serves and directs all residents staying in the Housing Developement Board (HDB) flats estates nearby around Kim Tian Road area located along Jalan Bukit Merah and three condominium residential housing area which are Central Green Condominium, Twin Regency and Regency Suites currently situated and located along Tiong Barhu Road and the other exit from the East-West Line serves and directs all commuters directly to Tiong Barhu Plaza for window shopping which I can take direct bus five at the bus stop located along Tiong Barhu Road and alight only at Simei MRT station for one hour bus journey through the Pan-Island Expressway (PIE) from 17.5km and goes through the bus stop at seventeen kilometres until ten kilometres towards the Singapore Changi International Airport route on both tentative dates in the month of August which are 3 August on sunday evening (SBS2778C) with the current advertisement being displayed named Sea Horizon Executive Condominium located at Pasir Ris Drive Three collabrated with another single decker wheelchair accessiable bus license plate SBS8948P and 16 August on saturday evening after my swimming lesson at Delta Swimming Complex with my social group people (SBS2701Z) with the current advertisement being removed named “Low-Acid (LA) Coffee Beverage Drinks with halal certified to all muslims and their families in three different flavours on the package” so that I can walk back to my current home through the sheltered overhead bridge, all students studying in the private higher learning institutational school named PSB Academy@Delta and all residents living and staying directly to the thirty-six storey Meraprime high-rise condominium from the Tiong Barhu Plaza facing the central attraction area of Singapore and towards the western part of singapore starting from Queenstown until Tuas and in the Housing Developement board (HDB) flats estates around Jalan Bukit Ho Swee area to the MRT station.

Redhill is the eighteenth MRT station with the station code EW18 consisting of only two exit located in the last final end central heart attraction part of Singapore being connected to the East-West Line. The first exit from the East-West Line serves and directs both all commuters to the Redhill Market and Hawker Centre and all residents living and staying in the Housing Developeemnt Board (HDB) around Redhill area within walking distance and the other exit from the East-West Line serves and directs both all residents living and staying in the condominium residential housing area which are both the current The Metropolian nearby, Ascentia Sky and the future Echelon and Alex Residences and both the Tanglin Regency and Tanglin View currently located along Alexandra Road and all commuters working and students studying in the APSN Tanglin Special School within walking distance to the MRT station.

Queenstown is the nineteenth MRT station with the station code EW19 consisting of only two exits being connected to the East-West Line. The first exit from the East-West Line serves and directs all residents living and staying in the Housing Developement board (HDB) flats estates around Mei Ling and Striling area nearby and high-rise Queens Condominium residential housing area, all commuters to go to the True Way Presbyterian Church for their church mass prayers service and all commuters and residents using the sports facilities at both Queenstown Stadium and Queenstown Swimming Complex and the other exit from the East-West Line serves and directs all residents staying two future high-rise blocks of Commonwealth Towers and in the directly Housing Developement Board (HDB) around Strathmore Avenue area within walking distance, all commuters going directly to both the Queenstown Testing Centre and Church of the Good Shepherd for their church mass prayers service and all students studying in the Queenstown Good Shepherd Kindergarden and Queenstown Primary School within walking distance to the MRT station.

Commonwealth is the twentieh MRT station with the station code EW20 consisting of only two exits with direct access to all residents living and staying in the Housing Developement Board (HDB) flats estates around Commonwealth area being connected to the East-West Line. The first exit from the East-West Line serves and directs both all commuters directly to the Faith Methodist Church for their church mass prayers service, Queenstown Community Centre, Queenstown Singhealth Polyclinic and Masjid Mujahidin for their muslim mosque prayers service within walking distance and working in the Haw Par Tehnocentre within short walking distance and all students studying in the Newton Primary School and MDIS (Management Developement Institute of Singapore and living and staying in the MDIS Hostel and student hostel within walking distance and the other exit from the East-West Line serves and directs all commuters working directly in the MOE (Ministry of Education) Learning Centre and a mixture of industrial warehouses and buildings which are One Commonwealth, Leng Kee Carmart, GMTI Building, Commonwealth Car Mall and Utraco Greentech within walking distance and all commuters going to the Ying Fo Fui Kun for their acensters prayers and Queenstown Lutheran Church for their church mass prayers service including all children studying in the church kindergarden school within walking distance to the MRT station.

Buona Vista is the twenty-first MRT station with the station code EW21 integrates with an interchange named Circle Line which is the third last station for Stage Four being operational since 8 October 2011 together with six stations of Stage Five to complete the Circle Line MRT construction stages project that consists a total of four exits with an additional of two exits from the Circle Line. The first exit from the East-West Line serves and directs all residents living and staying opposite to the Housing Developement Board (HDB) flats estates around Ghim Moh area, the second exit from the East-West Line serves and access all commuters working in the integrated and multi-national office building named The Star Vista connected together with Vista Exchange Green, the third exit from the Circle Line serves and access all commuters to the bus stop located at Buona Vista Road and the fourth and final exit from the Circle Line serves and directs all commuters to both the Ministry of Education Singapore building and nearby Nanyang Technological University Student Union Alumni building to the MRT station.

Dover is the twenty-second MRT station with the station code EW22 opens on 18 October 2001 with no train service disruptions by Mr Yeo Cheow Tong who is the past transport minister that consists of only two exits being connected to the East-West Line. The first exit from the East-West Line serves and directs all students studying in the first oldest local diploma school in Singapore named Singapore Polytechnic being founded since 21 October 1954 and the other exit from the East-West Line serves and directs both all students studying in the School of Technology and Science and all residents living and staying in the Housing Developement Board (HDB) flats estates at the current Ghim Moh Valley and future Ghim Moh Edge within walking distance currently situated and located at Ghim Moh Link along Commonwealth Avenue West to the MRT station.

Clementi is the twenty-third MRT station with the station code EW23 consisting of only two exits being connected to the East-West Line. The first exit from the East-West Line serves and directs both all residents living and staying in the Housing Developement Board (HDB) flats estates around Clementi Town Centre and directly above The Clementi Mall and all commuters directly to The Clementi Mall for both window shopping and groceries purposes and using the facilities which are Clementi Swimming Complex and Sports and Recreation Centre within walking distance and the other exit from the East-West Line serves and directs all residents staying in both the Housing Developement Board (HDB) flats estates around Clementi area and Clementi Shopping Centre to allow their Clementi residents and the public people to do both window shopping and groceries purposes convenient from their Clementi homes to the MRT station.

Jurong East is the twenty-fourth MRT station with the station code EW24 integrates together with an interchange named North-South Line which is the first station in the middle platform being operational since 5 November 1988 that consists a total of four exits being collabrated together with the Jurong East Modification Project by building an additional two more platforms to allow all commuters to board the train to work during peak periods being operational since 27 May 2011 to improve better transport system that requires all platforms alphabetical order to be renamed which is the first to install half-screen platform screen doors located in the busiest western part of Singapore together with two other stations which are Yishun and Pasir Ris for demonstration purposes being connected together with the current East-West Line. The first exit serves and access all commuters directly to Jurong East Temporarily Bus Interchange, Jurong East Central, CPF Jurong Building, Jcube shopping centre and Jurong Regional Library through the sheltered walkway and to Singapore Science Centre, Omni Theatre and Snow City within walking distance while the second exit serves and access all commuters to the Jurong Club House within walking distance and working directly at the JTC Summit Building and the future Vista Exchange, IHub Building and International Business Park within walking distance and the last two exits serves and directs all commuters directly through the linkway connection to the both Westgate and Jurong East Mall (JEM) shopping centres and the future Big Box and Ng Teng Fong General Hospital connected together with its clinics, wards and Jurong Community Hospital to the MRT station.

Chinese Garden is the twenty-fifth MRT station with the station code EW25 consisting a total of three exits serving all residents opposite to the Parc Oasis condominium residential housing area using the sheltered overhead bridge being connected to the East-West Line. The first exit from the East-West Line serves and access all commuters directly to the beautiful scenery view Jurong Lake Park while the second exit from the East-West Line serves and access all commuters directly to the Chinese Gardens together with the Japanese Gardens and the third and final exit from the East-West Line serves and access all residents staying in the Housing Developement Board (HDB) flats estates around Jurong East area within walking distance to the MRT station.

Lakeside is the twenty-sixth MRT station with the station code EW26 consisting a total of three exits being connected to the East-West Line. The first exit from the East-West Line serves and directs all residents staying in the condominium residential housing area which are The Lakefront Residences, Casplan, Lake Holmz and Lakepoint currently situated and located along Boon Lay Way nearby, Lakeside Green located at Coporation Rise and opposite to Parc Vista while the second exit from the East-West Line serves and directs both all students studying in the local government educational school named Yuan Ching Secondary School and all residents staying in the Housing Developement Board (HDB) flats estates at the road junction between Yuan Ching Road and Coporation Road and the third and final exit from the East-West Line serves and directs both all residents staying nearby in The Lakeshore condominium residential housing area with light blue colour glass windows for their condo homes and all commuters directly to the Jurong Lake Park to the MRT station.

Boon Lay is the twenty-seventh MRT station with the station code EW27 consisting a total of six exits being connected to the East-West Line. The first exit from the East-West Line serves and directs all residents staying in the Housing Developement Board (HDB) flats estates around Jurong West area at the road junction of Jurong West Street 64 along the main road named Boon Lay Way, the second exit from the East-West Line serves and access both all commuters working in the industrial estates at the road junction between Boon Lay Way and Jalan Boon Lay and all students studying in the local government institutional school named River Valley High School, the third exit from the East-West Line serves and access both all commuters to the Jurong Point shopping centre and all residents staying in sixteen storey The Centris condominium residential housing area above the shopping centre, the fourth exit from the East-West Line serves and directs all commuters directly to the Boon Lay Bus Interchange which is the fourth air-conditioned bus interchange followed by Ang Mo Kio, Sengkang and Toa Payoh, the fifth exit from the East-West Line serves and directs all commuters directly to both the Frontier Community Club and Jurong West Public Library and the sixth and final exit from the East-West Line serves and access all commuters directly to the SAFRA Jurong Clubhouse to the MRT station.

Pioneer is the twenty-eighth MRT station with the station code EW28 consisting of only two exits serving all residents staying in the Housing Developement Board (HDB) flats estates around Jurong West area currently situated and located along Jurong West Street 63 using the sheltered walkway being operational since 28 February 2009 together with Joo Koon being connected to the East-West Line. The first exit from the East-West Line serves and directs all students studying in both the local government educational schools named Frontier Primary School and Jurong West Secondary School nearby and the other exit from the East-West Line serves and directs both all students studying in the local government educational school named Jurong West Primary School and all commuters using the sports facilities at Jurong West Sports and Recreation Centre nearby to the MRT station.

Joo Koon is the twenty-ninth MRT station with the station code EW29 consisting of only two exits serving all commuters working directly in the mixed development integrated and multi-national industrial office and estates buildings being operational since 28 February 2009 together with Pioneer and reserved one platform to travel towards the Tuas West Extension consisting of an additional four MRT stations which are Gul Circle, Tuas Crescent, Tuas West Link and Tuas Link going to be operational only in 2016 together with an SMRT Depot at Tuas to the MRT station located along the East-West Line MRT stretch line. The first exit from the East-West Line faces the Ayer-Rajah Expressway (AYE) going directly towards the Tuas Checkpoint and entering the Tuas Second Link Bridge expressway to travel in Malaysia and the second exit from the East-West Line serves and access all commuters visiting directly to both the Army Museum and Singapore Discovery Centre from the MRT station.

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

  1. Paya Lebar Station: Intersect with Circle Line
  2. Bugis Station: Intersect with Downtown Line
  3. City Hall Station: Intersect with North-South Line
  4. Raffles Place Station: Intersect with North-South Line
  5. Outram Park Station: Intersect with North-East Line
  6. Buona Vista Station: Intersect with Circle Line
  7. Jurong East Station: Intersect with North-South Line