Sengkang is an urban planning area and residential town located in the North-East region of Singapore. It is a rapidly growing town that has seen an influx of new residents in recent years. With the development of public transport links and new housing options, Sengkang is quickly becoming one of the most desirable places to live in Singapore.
History of Sengkang
Sengkang was formerly a fishing village and rubber plantation in the early 19th century. In the late 20th century, the government began to develop Sengkang into a residential town. The town was officially named Sengkang in January 2003 and has seen rapid growth since then.
Sengkang is well-connected to the rest of Singapore by public transport. There are several bus services and an MRT station in the town, allowing residents to easily travel to the city center or other parts of Singapore. The Sengkang LRT line is also currently under construction and is expected to open in 2021.
Sengkang offers a range of housing options for its residents, from HDB flats to private condominiums. The town has seen an influx of new housing developments in recent years, with more planned for the future. These developments are aimed at providing more options for residents and making Sengkang an even more desirable place to live.
Amenities and Attractions
Sengkang is home to several parks and recreational facilities, such as Sengkang Riverside Park, Sengkang Sports and Recreation Centre and Sengkang Sculpture Park. The town also has a variety of shopping and dining choices, including Tampines Mall and Rivervale Mall.
A Bright Future Ahead
Sengkang is a rapidly growing town with a bright future ahead. With its convenient transport links and diverse housing options, the town is quickly becoming one of the most desirable places to live in Singapore. With more developments planned for the future, Sengkang is sure to become an even more attractive destination for new residents.