The planning area and new town Bukit Merah is situated in the southern part of the Central Region of Singapore. It borders other four towns and Singapore river and shares perimeter with the planning area on the Southern Islands. Also, it is close to the Keppel harbor, housing Berani Port and Tanjong Pagar - two of the busiest ports on the continent. This planning area is extremely convenient for commercial as well as industrial development. It is the most populated location in the Central Region with more than 150 thousand residents. The first records of Bukit Merah tell about the town's significant role in the Kingdom of Singapura's early marine commerce. With the first mills and brickwork foundries in the third decade of the 20th century, Bukit Merah laid the beginning of the heavy industry of Singapore. Now the area boasts real estate market growth, providing all kinds of office space for rent. Business centers in Bukit Merah have become a popular office choice as they provide all-inclusive amenities and the flexibility many entrepreneurs require.
Within the recent years, Bukit Merah has been transformed into a perfect residential area with a wide range of commercial properties for rent. The New Generation Neighbourhood Centres offer a list of impressive A-grade business centers and shopping complexes, where various activities and events are held. There you can easily rent an office or other commercial space for your business needs or book conference and training facilities. The location, as well as daily crowds, will make the properties excellent spots to connect with and engage plenty of people. Also, a great number of restaurants, food courts, retail shops, and supermarkets can be found here. Moreover, they are conveniently linked to public transport stops. HDB Hub Convention Centre and HDB Learning Centre are wonderful venues for any events to suit the needs of business tenants. Ample parking with two types of car parks is provided on the site.
Sufficient system of transportation provides local residents with perfect commuting services. The MRT, which stands for Mass Rapid Transit, is the main railway system in Singapore. It includes almost 200 kilometers of routes and 119 stations. Three of the MRT lines form the longest entirely automated network in the world. The MRT metro system is combined with the local LRT networks which connect MRT stations with HDB public housing estates.
The Bus Interchange serves residential and commercial estates. Although it does not have a direct linking with MRT Station, some of the lines link commuters with the closest MRT stations.
A lot of parks such as Mount Faber Park and Telok Blangah Hill Park are also popular places among nature admirers. You can also visit the Henderson Waves – a beautifully designed walking bridge in Singapore.