Size & Population: 10 Sq km with an estimated 114,000 residents.

There are four sub-zones in Serangoon mainly Seletar Hills, Serangoon North, Serangoon Garden and Serangoon Central.

History: Serangoon is named after “rangong”, the Malay name for a bird of the stork specie that used to flourish in the swamps around the Serangoon River. Upper Serangoon Road serves as the main transportation spine of the planning area. Up to the 1960s, the area was made up of villages, rubber plantations and other agricultural activities. People lived in small compounds where they grew fruit trees and reared poultry and had their own supply of water.


Residential: Serangoon Garden and Serangoon Central areas are occupied by both private and public housing estates. In the Serangoon Garden central area, many small businesses and pubs can also be found.

Other Informations in Serangoon
  • Singapore Hotels : Hotels in Serangoon (2)

  • Shopping Malls : Shopping Mall (1)

  • Supermarkets : Supermarkets (2)

  • Educational Institutions : Primary School (1) Kindergarten (1)

  • Restaurants : Reviewed Restaurant (1)

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