North South Line

Singapore MRT Map – North South Line North South Line

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

Jurong East is the first MRT station with the station code NS1 integrates with an interchange named East-West Line which is the last fifth station located in the middle platform with an additional platform during peak hours to improve better transportation system by collaborating with the Jurong East Modification Project and the first to install the half-height platform screen doors located in the busiest western part of Singapore collaborated together with both Yishun and Pasir Ris being operational since 5 November 1988 that consists of four exits being connected together with North-South 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.

Bukit Batok is the second MRT station with the station code NS2 consisting a total of four exits in the North-South Line serving all residents living and staying in the Housing Developement Board (HDB) around Bukit Batok West area on the first three exits. The first exit from the North-South Line serves and directs all commuters directly to Bukit Batok Bus interchange and the third exit from the North-South Line serves and directs both all residents living and staying in the Housing Developement Board (HDB) flats estates around Bukit Batok West area and The Jade condominium residential housing area directly and all commuters entering directly into West Mall for both window shopping and groceries purposes, going to the Bukit Batok Polyclinic for their medical health screening checkup and visiting The Civil Service Club at Bukit Batok area within walking distance to the MRT station.

Bukit Gombak is the third MRT station with the station code NS3 consisting a total of four exits in the North-South Line serving all residents living and staying in the Housing Developement Board (HDB) flats estates around Bukit Batok area. The first exit from the North-South Line serves and access all commuters directly to the Bukit Gombak MRT Station Carpark, the second exit from the North-South Line serves and directs all commuters directly to the Hong Kah Town Council and nearby Little Guilin Lake and Bukit Batok Town Park to allow them and the Bukit Batok residents to enjoy the beautiful scenery iconic view including the Bukit Gombak Trail, all residents staying in the Housing Developement Board (HDB) flats estates at the road junction of Bukit Batok West Avenue Five and Bukit Batok East Avenue Five and both the Guilin View and Regent Heights condominium residential housing area and all students studying in both the local government educational schools which are Lianhua Primary School and Hillgrove Secondary School, the third exit from the North-South Line serves and access both all residents living and staying in the Housing Developement Board (HDB) flats estates at Bukit Batok around Bukit Batok West area and directly to The Madeira condominium residential housing area and all commuters to the Bukit Batok Driving and Test Centre to allow learners under one-to-one coach supervision for their practical driving lessons, Bukit Batok Golf Range to allow those regular golf players to play golf as their favourite sports interest, visit the HomeTeamNS Club house at Bukit Batok, Bukit Batok Home For The Aged for the elderly care, the Home Team Adventure Centre, Zu Lin Temple for their buddha prayers and God Assembly of God for their church mass prayers service within walking distance and directly to both the Hong Kah North Community Centre and Neighbourhood Police Post and all students studying in the local government educational schools which are Hong Kah Primary School, Dunearn Secondary School, St. Anthony’s Primary School and Swiss Cottage Secondary School within walking distance and Dazhong Primary School directly and the fourth and final exit from the North-South Line serves and directs both all residents living and staying in the Housing Developement Board (HDB) flats estates at Bukit Batok West Avenue Five within walking distance and all commuters to the Bukit Gombak Community Centre and directly to both Bukit Gombak Stadium and Sports Hall/ Recreation Centre to the MRT station.

Choa Chu Kang is the fourth MRT station with the station code NS4 with the linkway connection to Choa Chu Kang Xchange located at the MRT concourse level that consists a total of four exits in the North-South Line serving all residents living and staying in the Housing Developement Board (HDB) flats estates around Choa Chu Kang area and both The Warren and Northvale condominium residential housing area and Choa Chu Kang Park to allow the Choa Chu Kang Residents to enjoy the beautiful scenery for the last two exits being operational since 10 March 1990 and stretched along the Woodlands Extension on 10 February 1996. The first exit from the North-South Line serves and directs all commuters directly to Lot One Shopping Mall located together with Hong Kah Head Office Town Council, Choa Chu Kang Post Office, Public Library and HDB Branch Office while the second exit from the North-South Line serves and access both all commuters directly to both the road junction of Choa Chu Kang Avenue Four and transfer to Bukit Panjang LRT station being operational since 6 November 1999 and all students studying in the local government educational school named South View Primary School nearby and the third exit from the North-South Line serves and directs all commuters directly to the Choa Chu Kang Bus Interchange to the MRT station.

Yew Tee is the fifth MRT station with the station code NS5 which is the first station to be stretched along the Woodlands Extension since 10 February 1996 on the second phase of the MRT development that consists a total of four exits in the North-South Line serving all residents living and staying in the Housing Developement Board (HDB) flats estates around Choa Chu Kang North area and two of the exits can direct both all students studying in the De La Salle School nearby which is currently under construction, all residents staying in the Yew Tee Residences condominium residential housing area directly beside the shopping mall and all commuters especially their Choa Chu Kang North Residents directly to enjoy the beautiful scenery at the Yew Tee Park and go to Yew Tee Community Centre and Choa Chu Kang Neighbourhood Police Centre and Bible Centre/ Hebron Bible Presbyterian Church for their church mass prayers service. The first exit from the North-South Line serves and directs all commuters directly to the Yew Tee Point connected together with the Yew Tee Square Shopping Centre for both their window shopping and groceries purposes and to the K-9 Police dog Unit, Kranji Camp and Mowbray Camp within walking distance, the second exit from the North-South Line serves and directs all residents staying in the Housing Developement Board (HDB) flats estates around Choa Chu Kang Street 62 and Choa Chu Kang Crescent located along the road junction of Choa Chu Kang Drive and both The Quintet and Regent Grove condominium residential housing area and all students studying in the local government educational school named Unity Secondary School currently located at Choa Chu Kang Street 62 and Unity Primary School currently located at Choa Chu Kang Crescent, the third exit from the North-South Line serves and directs all residents staying in the Windermere, Yew Mei Green and Ville Verde condominium residential housing area, all students studying in the local government educational schools which are Kranji Primary School, Yew Tee Primary School and Regent Secondary School and all commuters going to the Stagmont Park especially their Choa Chu Kang North residences to enjoy the beautiful scenery view and Choa Chu Kang Stadium, Swimming Complex and Sports and Recreation Centre to enjoy the sports facilities and the fourth and final exit from the North-South Line serves and directs all commuters to the Limbang shopping Centre for both window shopping and groceries purposes located at Choa Chu Kang Street 51, Limbang Park especially the Choa Chu Kang North residents to enjoy the beautiful scenery view and the two buddhist temples which are Choa Chu Kang Lian He and Yew Tee Chuan Lian He Miow for their buddha prayers within walking distance to the MRT station.

Kranji is the sixth MRT station with the station code NS7 which is the second station to be stretched along Woodlands Extension since 10 February 1996 on the second phase of the MRT development that consists a total of four exits in the North-South Line. The third exit from the North-South Line serves and directs all commuters especially the Malaysians to board the bus at the bus stop directly located at Woodlands Road from the MRT station back to their hometown in Malaysia terminating at Johor Barhu Bus Terminal through both the Woodlands Checkpoint and Johor Barhu Customs Complex and the other three exits from the North-South Line serves and directs all commuters directly to the Singapore Turf Club to the MRT station.

Marsiling is the seventh MRT station with the station code NS8 which is the third station to be stretched along Woodlands Extension since 10 February 1996 on the second phase of the MRT development that consists a total of four exits in the North-South Line serving all residents living and staying in the Housing Developement Board (HDB) flats estates around Woodlands and Marsiling area and the first three exits can eventually direct all students studying in the local government educational school named Marsiling Primary School. The second exit from the North-South Line serves and access all commuters including the nearby Woodlands residents to enjoy the sports facilities at Woodlands Stadium, Swimming Complex, Sports Hall and Sports and Recreation Centre while the third exit from the North-South Line serves and access both all commuters visiting the elderly home directly at Orange Valley Nursing Home located at the road junction of Woodlands Avenue One and all students studying in an international school named Singapore American School and two local government educational schools which are Fuchun Primary and Secondary School being connected together within walking distance and the fourth and final exit from the North-South Line serves and access all commuters to the main road junction directly at Woodlands Centre Road to access them to the Woodlands Checkpoint nearby to the MRT station.

Woodlands is the eighth MRT station with the station code NS9 integrates with an interchange named Thomson-East Coast Line which is the second station for Stage One being operational only in 2019 and the fourth station to be stretched along Woodlands Extension since 10 February 1996 on the second phase of the MRT development that consists a total of three exits from the current North-South Line serving all residents living and staying in the Housing Developement Board (HDB) flats estates nearby around Woodlands area and an additional exit coming out between the Causeway Point and Woodlands Civic Centre for the Thomson-East Coast Line Stage One being announced during the groundbreaking ceremony for both Thomson Line and Eastern Region Line to be merged together at the upcoming Marina South Pier with the station code NS28 through Marina Bay Extension to be opened by the end of this year on 15 August 2014 by both the management staffs of Land Transport Authority (LTA) and Mr Lui Tuck Yew from transport minster. The first exit from the North-South Line serves and access all commuters directly to the newly renovated and upgraded Causeway Point shopping centre through the linkway connection at Woodlands Xchange as Woodlands is the busiest place located in the northern part of Singapore for people to take both buses and trains to work during peak periods and nearby Woodlands Civic Centre being connected with its post office, regional library, SATA clinic and collection centre under Sembawang Town Council while the second exit from the North-South Line serves and access all commuters directly to the road junction at Woodlands Square and the third and final exit from the North-South Line serves and access all students studying at the Republic Polytechnic within walking distance to the MRT station.

Admiralty is the ninth MRT station with the station code NS10 which is the fifth station to be stretched along Woodlands Extension since 10 February 1996 on the second phase of the MRT development that consists a total of four exits in the North-South Line. The first three exits from the North-South Line serves and directs all commuters directly to the Admiralty Place shopping centre and Woodlands Neighbourhood Police Centre being connected with both Admiral Green Sports Park and Community Centre and working at MINDS Woodlands Gardens School which is a special school for students who are both the intellectued disabled and low-function with behavioural problems within walking distance, all residents living and staying in the Housing Developement Board (HDB) flats estates around Woodlands Ring area and all students studying in the local government educational schools which are both Woodlands Ring Primary School and Woodlands Ring Secondary School within walking distance while the fourth exit serves and directs both all commuters working in the Greenwood Sanctuary@Admiralty and all students studying in the local government educational school named Greenwood Primary School and the final exit from the North-South Line serves and directs all residents living and staying in the Housing Developement Board (HDB) flats estates around Woodlands Circle area, all commuters to both the nearby Woodlands Mart shopping centre and Woodlands Crescent Park to allow them and their Woodlands Circle residents to enjoy the beautiful scenery breeze iconic view all students studying in these local government educational school which are Evergreen Secondary School, Admiralty Primary School, Evergreen Primary School, Riverside Primary School and Admiralty Secondary School nearby to the MRT station.

Sembawang is the tenth MRT station with the station code NS11 which is the sixth station to be stretched along Woodlands Extension since 10 February 1996 on the second phase of the MRT development that consists a total of four exits in the North-South Line. The first two exits from the North-South Line serves and directs both all commuters directly to Sun plaza shopping centre connected together with its post office and public library and all residents living and staying in both the residential condominium housing area above the shopping mall and Housing Developement Board (HDB) flats estates at Sembawang Vista area while the second exit from the North-South Line serves and directs all students studying in the local government educational school named Sembawang Secondary School, all commuters to the Jelutung Court, Jelutung Community Centre and Sembawang Park to allow them and their Sembawang Crescent residents to enjoy the beautiful scenery breeze iconic view and all residents living and staying in the Housing Developement Board (HDB) flats estates at Sembawang Crescent area and the third exit from the North-South Line serves and directs all residents living and staying in the Housing Developement Board (HDB) flats estates around Admiralty area located along the main road junction at Sembawang Way with the Sembawang Community Club for all commuters and all studying the local government educational schools within walking distance to the MRT station.

Canberra is the eleventh MRT station with the station code NS12 which is the seventh station to be stretched along Woodlands Extension since 10 February 1996 on the second phase of the MRT development being announced to start the MRT station construction in mid-2015 and expected to be completed only in 2019 that consists of only two exits in the North-South Line. The first exit from the North-South Line serves and access both all residents staying directly in both the condominium and private residential housing and all commuters visiting the elderly home named Sunshine Welfare Action Mission Home (SWAMI) currently situated and located at Sembawang Walk along the main road junction of Sembawang Road around Canberra area and the other exit from the North-South Line directs all domestic workers directly back to their Workers Dormitory accommodation located along Canberra Link to the MRT station.

Yishun is the twelfth MRT station with the station code NS13 which is the first to install the half-screen platform screen doors being collaborated together with both Pasir Ris and Jurong East located in the busiest northern part of Singapore that consists a total of five exits in the North-South Line serving all residents living and staying in the Housing Developement Board (HDB) flats estates around Chong Pang area. The first exit from the North-South Line serves and access all commuters directly to both the Seri Narayana Mission Building and Yishun Christian Church for their church mass prayers service, the second exit from the North-South Line serves and access both all commuters directly to the Sembawang Tamil Methodist Church for their church mass prayers service and all students studying in the local government educational schools which are Yishun Primary School and Ahmad Ibrahim Primary School being connected together and Ahmad Ibrahim Secondary School nearby, the third exit from the North-South Line serves and access all commuters including the Chong Pang residents directly to take direct bus 853 to Khoo Teck Puat Hospital from the bus stop located along the main road junction of Yishun Avenue Two for their medical health screening checkup, hospital appointments and visitation to patients on the hospital wards level, the fourth exit from the North-South Line serves and access all commuters directly to both the Nee Soon Central Community Centre presently located at Blk 751 Yishun Street 72, Yishun Central Community Park and Nee Soon Central Office under Sembawang Town Council and the fifth and final exit from the North-South Line serves and access all commuters directly to Northpoint shopping centre connected together with Golden Village Cinemas and Yishun Public Library through the MRT underpass and both Yishun Bus Interchange and Yishun Central through the entrance and exit of the Northpoint shopping centre to the MRT station.

Khatib is the thirteenth MRT station with the station code NS14 consisting a total of four exits in North-South line serving all residents living and staying in the Housing Developement Board (HDB) flats estates around Nee Soon area. The first exit from the North-South Line serves and access both all students studying in the local government educational schools which are both Orchid Park Secondary School and Naval Base Primary School directly and both Chung Cheng High School and Northland Primary School nearby and all commuters directly to the Yishun South Neighbourhood Police Centre, Nee Soon South Community Centre, Nee Soon South Branch under Sembawang Nee Soon Town Council presently located at Blk 845 Yishun Street 81, Yishun Stadium and Yishun Sports Hall/Recreation Centre to allow them and their Nee Soon residents to enjoy the sports facilities, the second exit from the North-South Line serves and access all students studying directly in the local government educational schools which are Naval Base Secondary School and Peiying Primary School, the third exit from the North-South Line serves and access both all commuters within walking distance to the Strr Maha Mariamman Temple for their hindu mass prayers and all students studying in the local government post-secondary educational school named Yishun Junior College and the fourth and final exit from the North-South Line serves and access all commuters directly to both Nee Soon South Neighbourhood Police Post and Dong Shan Temple and nearby Yishun Swimming Complex to allow them and their Nee Soon residents to have their swimming lessons and enjoy water sports in swimming to the MRT station.

Yio Chu Kang is the fourteenth MRT station with the station code NS15 consisting a total of three exits in North-South Line serving all residents living and staying in the Housing Developement Board (HDB) flats estates around Ang Mo Kio West area and all commuters going directly to Yio Chu Kang Bus Terminal. The first two exits from the North-South Line serves and directs all commuters directly to the AMK Presbysterian Church for their church mass prayers service and working in both the APSN Chao Yang School being meant for intellectued disabled adults and Ang Mo Kio Thye Hua Kuan Hospital being connected together with Tan Tock Seng Hospital Rehabilitation Centre which is also meant for visitation and picking up patients at the chinese mission hospital within walking distance, all students studying in both the special school named APSN Chao Yang School and the local government educational schools which are Presbyterian High School nearby and Anderson Primary School within walking distance and all residents staying in the condominium residential housing area which are The Calrose, Seasons Park, Far Horizon Gardens, Nuovo and Castle Green within walking distance and the second exit from the North-South Line directs both all commuters directly to Yio Chu Kang Stadium, Swimming Complex, Sports and Recreation Centre and Squash and Tennis Centre being used in the Sports Hall to allow them especially their Ang Mo Kio West residents to enjoy the both sports facilities and water sports in the swimming pool and nearby The Grassroots Club and all students studying in the local government post-secondary educational school named Anderson Junior College nearby and the local government higher institutional learning school which are Nanyang Polytechnic and ITE Headquarters being connected together with ITE College Central operational January 2013 with newly good facilities within walking distance to the MRT station.

Ang Mo Kio is the fifteenth MRT station with the station code NS16 consisting an additional platform being used only in the Lunch Time Xchange termination platform and other special corporate events located in the middle platform and a total of only three exits in North-South Line serving all residents living and staying in the Housing Developement Board (HDB) flats estates around Ang Mo Kio East area. The first exit from the North-South Line serves and access all commuters directly to Cheng San Community Centre and Ang Mo Kio Town Garden East to allow them and their Ang Mo Kio East residents to enjoy the beautiful scenery with freshest iconic breeze located in the heart northern part of Singapore, all students studying in the local government educational school named Jing Shan Primary School and all residents living and staying in The Park Central condominium residential housing area nearby while the second exit from the North-South Line serves and access all commuters to the bus stop located along Ang Mo Kio Avenue Eight and the third and final exit from the North-South Line serves and access both all residents living and staying in both the Housing and Developement Board (HDB) flats estates around Ang Mo Kio Town Centre and Centro Residences high-rise condominium residential housing area beside both the shopping mall and bus interchange and all commuters directly to the AMK Hub for both window shopping and groceries purposes being connected together with the Ang Mo Kio Bus Interchange through the MRT underpass which is the third air-conditional bus interchange being officially opened since 24 July 2007 and then followed back by the second air-conditional bus interchange at Sengkang Integrated Hub consisting of shopping centre being connected together on 18 January 2003 and first air-conditional bus interchange at Toa Payoh connected together with the Toa Payoh HDB Hub Mall on 10 May 2002 and underground Toa Payoh MRT station being first to be operational since 7 November 1987 until Yio Chu Kang as the first phase development for the North-South Line and Ang Mo Kio Town Centre through the shopping mall to the MRT station.

Bishan is the sixteenth MRT station with the station code NS17 integrates with an interchange named Circle Line which is the fourth station for Stage Three being operational since 28 May 2009 due to the slower construction process of the underground Circle Line MRT project that consists a total of five exits in North-South Line after an additional of two exits from the Circle Line. There are two exits serving all residents living and staying in the private residential housing and four exits serving all residents staying in the Housing Developement Board (HDB) flats estates around Bishan area. The first three exits from the North-South Line serves and access both all commuters directly Bishan Junction Eight Shopping Mall for both window shopping and groceries purposes, nearby Bishan Bus Interchange and nearby opposite the Bishan HDB Branch Office located upstairs above Bishan Central, Bishan CPF Building and Bishan Public Library and all residents living and staying in the Housing Developement Board (HDB) flats estates at Bishan Street 11 around Bishan Central being filled with both shop houses and coffee shops while the fourth exit from the Circle Line serves and access all residents living and staying in Housing Developement Board (HDB) flats estates with completed lift upgrading at Bishan Street 13, all commuters to nearby coffee shop and shop houses and within walking distance to Bishan Swimming Complex, Bishan Stadium and Bishan Sports Hall to allow them to enjoy the sports facilities and Bishan Mosque for their muslim regular friday prayers and all students currently studying at the St Joseph’s Institution after closure of the school land being used previously for ITE College Central (Bishan Campus) and the fifth and final exit from the Circle Line serves and access all commuters directly to the Basement One entrance and exit of the Bishan Junction Eight Shopping Mall to the MRT station.

Braddell is the seventeenth MRT station with the station code NS18 consisting a total of three exits in North-South Line serving all residents living and staying in the Housing Developement Board (HDB) flats estates around Toa Payoh West area within ten minutes walk to the Caldecott MRT Station integrated together with both Circle and Thomson-East Coast Lines after operational of the sixth station for Stage Two only in 2020. The first exit from the North-South Line serves and access all commuters working directly in the Singapore Power building and both Singapore Press Holdings main building and Toa Payoh Industrial Estate within walking distance and to the Boon Teck Neighbourhood Police Post while the second exit from the North-South Line serves and access all commuters directly to both the One People.sg and the nearby Bishan-Toa Payoh Town Council (Toa Payoh Head Office) located at Blk 125A Toa Payoh Lorong Two and the third and final exit from the North-South Line serves and access all commuters working directly in both the GRID Yellow Pages and Police security Command with two separate side platforms on the same platform level due to space constraints to the MRT station.

Toa Payoh is the eighteenth MRT station with the station code NS19 integrates with both the integrated shopping mall and first air-conditioned bus interchange officially opened since 10 May 2002 and which is the first stretch of North-South Line station until Yio Chu Kang since 5 November 1987 that consists a total of four exits in North-South Line serving all residents living and staying in the Housing Developement Board (HDB) flats estates around Toa Payoh Central area for the first three exits being filled with many shop houses nearby and Toa Payoh West area for the fourth exit. The first two exits from the North-South Line serves and directs all commuters especially the Toa Payoh residents directly to the Toa Payoh first air-conditioned bus interchange, HDB HUB integrated shopping mall, HDB HUB main branch office through the Toa Payoh HDB HUB linkway connection and Toa Payoh Town Park through the link bridge connection within walking distance to Toa Payoh Swimming Complex, Stadium, Sports Hall and Sports and Recreation Centre while the third exit from the North-South Line serves and directs all commuters directly within to the Toa Payoh Central HDB four blocks of high-rise and low-rise segmented blocks flats at Toa Payoh Central through the Toa Payoh HDB HUB linkway and the fourth and final exit from the North-South Line serves and directs both all residents living and staying in these two high-rise tower blocks Olender Towers condominium residential housing area and all commuters going directly to Toa Payoh Methodist Church and nearby Toa Payoh West Community Centre to the MRT station.

Novena is the nineteenth MRT station with the station code NS20 consisting of only two exits in North-South Line serving all commuters especially the Novena residents living and staying in the condominium residential housing around Novena area located along between Balestier Road and Moulmein Road and Novena Square connected together with both Square Two and Novena Medical Centre and Oasis Hotel Singapore Novena Specialist Centre. The first exit from the North-South Line serves and access all commuters directly to Tan Tock Seng Hospital through the sheltered link bridge connection, National Neuroscience Institute and Ren Ci Hospital and the other exit from the North-South Line serves and access all commuters directly to the bus stop located at Thomson Road from the Novena Square shopping centre to the MRT station. The direct express bus 518 serves two bus stops located along Moulmein Road which are opposite National Skin Centre and Tan Tock Seng Hospital after coming out from the Central Expressway (CTE) for another one kilometre towards the Ayer-Rajah Expressway (AYE) route through the Pan-Island Expressway (PIE) towards the Tuas route from eight kilometres to fourteen kilometres to CTE towards City route from Bedok North Road exit.

Newton is the twentieth MRT station with the station code NS21 integrates with an interchange named Downtown line which is the third last station for Stage Two opens only in 2016 that consists of only two exits in North-South Line that have bus stops located along Scotts Road are inaccessible for the wheelbound to board and alight the bus. There are complementary two bus services which are bus 5 going from Pasir Ris Bus Interchange to Bukit Merah Bus Interchange connecting directly to Far East Plaza, Great World City and Tiong Barhu Plaza and bus 162 going to Shenton Way during peak hours and 162M during non-peak hours especially on every sundays and public holidays from Yio Chu Kang Bus Terminal connecting directly from Far East Plaza until Raffles Hotel on the busiest central attraction part of Singapore being filled with both office towers and shopping malls. The first exit from the North-South Line serves and access all 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 from the North-South Line serves and access all commuters to Cairnhill Community Club, Ministry of the Environment and Water Resources consisting of National Environmental Agency (NEA), Public Utilities Board (PUB) and Newton Food Centre currently located between Scotts Road and Cairnhill Road and near to Newton Hawker Centre to the MRT station.

Orchard is the twenty-first MRT station with the station code NS22 integrates with an interchange named Thomson-East Coast Line being announced since 15 August 2014 to merge both Thomson and Eastern Region Lines at the upcoming Marina South Pier MRT station for groundbreaking ceremony by the management staff of Land Transport Authority (LTA) and transport minister Mr Lui Tuck Yew which is the fifth station for Stage Three going to be operational only in 2021 that consists a total of five exits in North-South Line being filled with lots of shopping centre busiest attraction development of Singapore located along the main busiest road junction of Orchard Road where the last three exits serves both all commuters directly to ION Orchard and all residents living and staying in the high-rise The Orchard Residences condominium residential housing area above the shopping centre. The first exit from the North-South Line serves and access both all commuters and hotel guests directly to TANGS Plaza, Shaw House and Centre, International Building and Singapore Marriott Hotel and nearby Lucky Plaza connected with Lucky Plaza Apartments for all residential housing, Scotts Square connected with a mixture of high-rise and medium-rise Scotts Square residential condominium housing, Far East Plaza, Grand Park Orchard, Grand Hyatt Singapore Hotel and Goodwood Park Hotel, the second exit from the North-South Line serves and access both all residents living and staying directly in the Orchard Park Suites condominium residential housing area and all hotel guests staying in the Four Seasons Hotel within walking distance located along the main busiest road junction of Orchard Boulevard, the third exit from the North-South Line serves and access all commuters directly to Wisma Atria which is used to close the entrance from 15 January 2008 and reopened on 21 July 2009 to improve and enhance the new shopping centre linkway towards the public people, the fourth exit from the North-South Line serves and access all commuters directly to both Wisma Atria and Ngee Ann City through the underpass shopping mall linkway and the fifth and final exit from the North-South Line serves and access both all commuters nearby to the old shopping building named Far East Shopping Centre and directly to both Wheelock Place and Liat Towers and all hotel guests staying in the Hilton Singapore Hotel nearby to the MRT station. There are direct buses connecting all commuters at the bus stop around Orchard area which are direct bus 162/162M connecting to Shenton Way with loop service from Yio Chu Kang Bus Terminal through Ang Mo Kio area, Sin Ming Avenue, Upper Thomson Road, Marymount area, Thomson Road, Hotel Royal located along Newton Road and Scotts Road, direct bus 7, 14 and 196 from Clementi fifth air-conditional bus interchange integrated with the Clementi Mall, direct bus 16 to Bedok Bus Interchange which is going to be the seventh air-conditional bus interchange from Bukit Merah Bus Interchange through both Tiong Barhu Plaza and Great World City, express bus 502 connects all commuters back to their hometown at the western part of Singapore which are Toh Guan Road, Boon Lay Way and a mixture of Jurong East and Jurong West area through Ayer-Rajah Expressway (AYE) after entering both the Downtown MRT station with the station code DT17 and the office buildings located along Shenton Way and express bus 518 connects all commuters back to their hometown at the eastern part of Singapore which are Blk 701 to 708 HDB flats under Bedok Reservoir-Punggol View precinct area and a mixture of Tampines and Pasir Ris area.

Somerset is the twenty-second MRT station with the station code NS23 consisting a total of three exits in North-South Line being filled with lots of shopping centre busiest attraction development of Singapore. The first exit from the North-South Line serves and access all commuters directly to the Skate Park to allow them for rollerskating and working directly opposite to both the Singapore Power Building and these three tower office blocks of Comcentre Singtel Singapore building while the second exit from the North-South Line serves and access all commuters directly to 313@Somerset Shopping Centre, nearby Cathay Cineleisure Orchard to allow them to do window shopping and watch movies at the cinemas located at the top levels of the shopping centre and Meritus Mandarin Singapore consisting of Mandarin Gallery and Mandarin Orchard Singapore Hotel and directly opposite to Centrepoint Shopping Centre connected with Centrepoint Apartments for residential housing, The Heeren Shops, Orchard Point OG Shopping Centre connected with Sommerset Orchard for residential condominium housing area, Faber House, Orchard Gateway@Emerald Hill and Peranakan Place to allow them to have their meals and the third and final exit from the North-South Line serves and access all commuters directly to the high-rise integrated shopping centre connected together which are Orchard Central, Orchard Gateway and Orchard Plaza to the MRT station. There are direct buses connecting all commuters at the bus stop around Somerset area which are direct bus 162/162M connecting to Shenton Way with loop service from Yio Chu Kang Bus Terminal through Ang Mo Kio area, Sin Ming Avenue, Upper Thomson Road, Marymount area, Thomson Road, Hotel Royal located along Newton Road and Scotts Road, direct bus 7, 14 and 196 from Clementi fifth air-conditional bus interchange integrated with the Clementi Mall, direct bus 16 to Bedok Bus Interchange which is going to be the seventh air-conditional bus interchange from Bukit Merah Bus Interchange through both Tiong Barhu Plaza and Great World City, express bus 502 connects all commuters back to their hometown at the western part of Singapore which are Toh Guan Road, Boon Lay Way and a mixture of Jurong East and Jurong West area through Ayer-Rajah Expressway (AYE) after entering both the Downtown MRT station with the station code DT17 and the office buildings located along Shenton Way and express bus 518 connects all commuters back to their hometown at the eastern part of Singapore which are Blk 701 to 708 HDB flats under Bedok Reservoir-Punggol View precinct area and a mixture of Tampines and Pasir Ris area.

Dhoby Ghuat is the twenty-third MRT station with the station code NS24 integrates with both interchanges named North-East Line which is the fifth station being operational since 20 June 2003 except for both Woodleigh and Buangkok and Circle Line which is the first station for Stage One and Two being operational since 17 April 2010 due to the Nicoll Highway collaspe incident happened on 20 April 2004 killing four construction workers on the part section platform of the underground construction MRT station that consists a total of six exits with the first two exits connected all commuters directly to the Dhoby Ghuat Xchange from the North-South Line and the other four exits from both Circle Line and North-East Line being filled with lots of shopping centre directly access to Plaza Singapura, The Cathay, Park Mall, The Arcade and explore Istana Park and full facilities condominium around and above The Cathay shopping mall especially where foreigners used to live in a luxury condominium residential housing area to enjoy the city view and breeze of the building 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 bus 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 directly at the Plaza Singapura bus stop to the MRT station.

City Hall is the twenty-fourth MRT station with the station code NS25 integrates together with the East-West Line which is the thirteenth MRT station with the station code EW13 since the operation on 12 December 1987 that consists of three exits located in the Civic District in the Downtown Core within the central part of Singapore connecting both North-South Line and East-West Line.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 commercial 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 Substantiation, 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 twenty-fifth MRT station with the station code NS26 integrates together with the East-West Line which is the fourteenth MRT station with the station code EW14 since the operation on 12 December 1987 from City Hall until Outram Park located in the central 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 connecting both North-South Line and East-West Line. 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 commercial 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.

Marina Bay is the twenty-sixth MRT station with the station code NS27 and CCL Concourse located at the second basement integrates with both interchanges named Circle Line which is both the final and last station and ending terminal for the Circle Line Extension together with Bayfront being operational since 14 January 2012 with the NSL Concourse located at the first basement and Thomson-East Coast Line which is the final and last station for Stage Three going to be operational only in 2021 and will be stretched to the Eastern Region Line being connected with Downtown Line Stage Three Extension going to be expected to open latest by 2024 together with Xilin considered under Stage Four and Five located in the fourth and fifth basement using freezing tubes to prevent water seepage for the first time during the construction of the underground MRT station with separate platform on two different levels due to limited space constraints with the TEL concourse located at the third basement going to be operational only in 2021 that consists of only two exits in North-South Line serving all commuters especially the Marina Bay residents directly to the Marina Bay Square Shopping Mall for both window shopping and groceries purposes back to their condo homes with great convenience. The first exit serves all commuters going to the Marina Barrage which is the fifteen Singapore’s reservoir with shuttle bus service provided from the MRT station being operational since end October 2008 to help out to prevent water flooding such as Chinatown, Jalan Besar and Geylang and connect to all other reservoirs in Singapore and the other exit serves both all commuters working directly in the high-rise office tower buildings named Marina One East and West Tower being separated together to connect the road junction of Maxwell Road and all residents living and staying directly in the high-rise private luxury condominium residential housing named The Heart and Marina One Residents with five hundred metres walk to the newly opened Downtown MRT Station with the station code DT17 which is the fourth station for Stage One on 22 December 2013 to the MRT station.

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

  1. Jurong East Station: Intersect with East-West Line
  2. Bishan Station: Intersect with Circle Line
  3. Dhoby Ghaut Station: Intersect with North-East and Circle Line
  4. City Hall Station: Intersect with East-West Line
  5. Raffles Place Station: Intersect with East-West Line
  6. Marina Bay Station: Intersect with Circle Line