Boon Keng MRT Station is a Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) station in Singapore. It is located along the North East Line, with its interchange station located along the Downtown Line. The station is located on Bendemeer Road, near the junction of Jalan Boon Keng and Upper Serangoon Road. The station was originally part of the North East Line’s original alignment, and was opened on 20 June 2003.
The Station’s Features
Boon Keng MRT Station is an underground station located below Bendemeer Road, between Jalan Boon Keng and Upper Serangoon Road. It consists of two platforms, Platform A and Platform B, in an island platform arrangement. The station is fully air-conditioned and is wheelchair-accessible. The station is also equipped with escalators, lifts and fare gates.
Transport Links and Amenities
Boon Keng MRT Station is well-connected to a number of transport links. Buses, including the SBS Transit services 13, 21, 26, 31, 64, 65, 66, 125, 133, 147 and 853, serve the station. Taxis also serve the area.
The station is located close to a number of amenities, including eateries, supermarkets, shopping malls, and other retail outlets. Nearby attractions include the Kallang River and the Singapore Sports Hub.
Boon Keng MRT Station is a popular transit hub in Singapore. Located in the east of the city, the station is well-connected to a number of transport links and is close to a wide range of amenities. The station is fully air-conditioned and is wheelchair-accessible, making it an ideal transit hub for commuters and tourists alike.