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Tiong Bahru MRT Station is an underground station located on the East West Line of the Mass Rapid Transit in Bukit Merah, Singapore. It is the last underground MRT station on the line westwards. The station is directly connected to a shopping mall, Tiong Bahru Plaza and is at Tiong Bahru Road and Jalan Membina. The MRT Station serves the surrounding residential neighborhoods of Bukit Ho Swee, Bukit Merah View and Tiong Bahru. Before the HarbourFront MRT station opened, it was the nearest MRT station to Sentosa. The station's upgrading, which included a new lift for the disabled, was completed in 2006.To commemorate Total Defence Day in 2000, the Singapore Civil Defence Force conducted the first ever Shelter Open House at this station on February 15 and February 16, together with Somerset and Lavender.ExitsA: Tiong Bahru Road, Jalan Membina, Bukit Merah West NPC, Henderson CC, Zhangde Primary SchoolB: Tiong Bahru Plaza (Level 1), Central Plaza, PSB Academy, Jalan Bukit Ho SweeC: Tiong Bahru Plaza (Basement 1)
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  • I love the vibe of Tiong Bahru. It's the perfect blend of old and new. When I am in the mood for old school, I head to the hawker centre or a coffee shop. When I want to dodge the heat, I pop into a c...  more »
  • This is one of the oldest 'government housing' areas in Singapore which is still is decent condition. Worth a visit if you have a spare hour.  more »
  • One of Singapore's oldest conserved residential estate, with many of the old shop houses taken over by hip cafes, eateries and arty shops. No loud music or pubs here! This is a residential estate. Try...  more »