Westgate is a lifestyle and family shopping mall in Jurong East, Singapore. It is the only mall with direct connections to both Jurong East MRT station and Jurong East Bus Interchange.
Located at the heart of Jurong Gateway, the integrated retail and office development compromises of a 7-level lifestyle and family shopping mall and a 20-level office tower known as Westgate Tower.
Isetan Supermarket, together with a wine shop called Bacchus, is located at Basement 2, the lowest level in Westgate. There is also the Westgate Wonderland on Level 4, a gym with a swimming pool and a childcare centre called Kids Club at Level 5.
JCube is a shopping centre located in Jurong East, Singapore. It opens from 10am to 10pm and is home to Singapore’s first Olympic-size ice rink and the first IMAX theatre in the suburbs. It was built on the former site of the Jurong Entertainment Centre. The name, JCube was decided on after a naming competition held in 2010. J represents the mall’s location in Jurong. Cube represents what JCube was designed to look like - an ice cube. It was co-designed by RSP Architects and Benoy. It is owned by CapitaMall Trust and managed by CapitaMalls Asia and thus is a participating mall in CapitaStars, the cardless rewards programme by CapitaMalls Asia.
The International Merchandising Mart Mall (usually referred to as IMM Mall) is a mall located within walking distance and visible from Jurong East. It is a five-storey mall with 961,281 square feet (89,305.9 m2) of retail space. Besides retail stores, IMM also houses offices and warehouses for storage, which is advantageous in terms of cost efficiency to some retailers. It opened for business in 1991. The mall is owned by CapitaMall Trust. The mall has capacity for 235 retail outlets and 430 non-retail. Tenants of the mall include Giant Hypermarket and Daiso department store and Best Denki.
Jem is Singapore's third largest suburban mall housing 241 shop units with over 818,000 square feet of retail space across six levels. Jem's name is a wordplay reference of the mall as the crown jewel of Jurong and Singapore's west. The mall is directly connected to the Jurong East MRT interchange station and located at the junction of Jurong Gateway Road and Boon Lay Way.
Major retailers include Robinsons, FairPrice Xtra, Cathay Cineplexes, Cookhouse by Koufu, H&M, Uniqlo, Marks and Spencer, Muji and Courts.
Located next to Jurong East MRT Station, BIGBOX is the latest addition to the slew of malls in the West of Singapore. An eight-storey building on a whopping 5.6ha of land area, BIGBOX is the largest of the 4 Warehouse Retail Scheme ("WRS") approved by Singapore EDB.
BIGBOX redefines Singapore’s retail experience as it runs by factory to store front concept, aiming to surpass customers' expectations by combining an excellent product mix, prices of a warehouse outlet with convenience and service of speciality department stores, making a seamless and pleasurable one stop shopping experience for everyone.
West Coast Plaza is a mixed retail and residential development. The retail building is a 3-storey development totalling approximately 160,000 square feet of retail space.
The 3-storey suburban mall has over 100 shops, including eateries, fashion, beauty and electronic shops, as well as children enrichment centres.
In March 2007, Far East Plaza Organisation closed down the then Ginza Plaza for major upgrading. At a cost of S$26 million, the upgrading works was completed in November 2008 and the mall was renamed as West Coast Plaza.
The Clementi Mall is a shopping mall in Singapore, serving Clementi, Dover and Bukit Timah residents. It is a five-storey mall with 290,000 square feet of retail space. It opened for business in January 2011, with the grand official opening in May 2011. The mall is owned by CM Domain.
The mall hosts 135 retail outlets including 16 restaurants and cafes. Anchor tenants include Best Denki, BHG Department Store, NTUC Foodfare and NTUC FairPrice Finest. The Clementi Public Library is located in the mall, as is the office of the West Coast Town Council. The branch office of Singapore Post, previously located at Block 443, is also located at Level 5.
321 Clementi is a nine-level commercial development which includes a 10 hall cinema multiplex, a rooftop garden with a playground, a private rooftop swimming pool, a large premium fitness centre, and two basement of car parking lots. Strategically located in Clementi town centre, 321 Clementi is well positioned to be the choice destination for entertainment, dining, wellness, shopping and all lifestyle needs for the community in Clementi and the outerlying areas.
Jurong Point with its 750,000 square feet of lettable space is the largest suburban mall in Singapore. Strategically located in the western quadrant of Singapore and connected to Boon Lay MRT Station and Boon Lay Bus Interchange, the mall attracts an average footfall of 6 million visits a month.
Anchored by household names like FairPrice Xtra, Golden Village, Courts, Harvey Norman, 3 food courts (Kopitiam, Cantine, Malaysia Boleh) and a number of themed precincts, it is also home to more than 400 retail and food & beverage outlets that offer a dazzling array of merchandise, services and culinary delights.
Apart from being a retail destination, Jurong Point has shared its space with a large cluster of 11 community and civic institutions, such as SAGE, AMP, TARA and My First Skool.
West Coast Plaza
9 MAJOR SHOPPING MALLS
Ng Teng Fong General Hospital and Jurong Community Hospital are the first hospitals in Singapore to be designed and built together from the ground up as an integrated healthcare development. They were envisioned to transform the way healthcare is provided to the community and designed to deliver patient-centred services in a seamless and integrated manner. They complement each other for better patient care, greater efficiency and convenience. The hospital planning process took into account how patient care, treatment and rehabilitation may continue seamlessly between the two hospitals.
The 700-bed NTFGH showcases revolutionary features and processes, some of which are a first in Singapore.
The NUH is a tertiary hospital and major referral centre for a comprehensive range of medical, surgical and dental specialties. The Hospital also provides organ transplant programmes for adults (in kidney, liver and pancreas) and is the only public hospital in Singapore to offer a paediatric kidney and liver transplant programme.
In 2004, the NUH became the first Singapore hospital to receive the Joint Commission International (JCI) accreditation, an international stamp for excellent clinical practices in patient care and safety. Today, patient safety and good clinical outcomes remain the focus of the hospital as it continues to play a key role in the training of doctors, nurses and allied health professionals, and in translational research which paves the way for new cures and treatment, offering patients hope and a new lease of life.
The 400-bed Jurong Community Hospital offers post-acute and rehabilitative care. It complements care provided by restructured hospitals such as the adjoining Ng Teng Fong General Hospital, so that patients who no longer require acute care can recuperate in a setting better catered to their needs.
JCH is also the first community hospital in Singapore to feature a LIFE Hub and Mobility Park for patient education and rehabilitation.
LIFE Hub aims to help seniors remain healthy and independent at home. It features a three-room HDB flat mock-up, which serves to help patients ease back into their home environment under the guidance of our therapists. It will showcase a variety of products and provide practical solutions that patients can use to help them live more safely and independently in the home setting. It will also offer an information hub and educational area for patients and their caregivers.
Ng Teng Fong General Hospital
National Unversity Hospital
Jurong Community Hospital
Ayer Rajah Food Centre
West Coast Market Square
Teban Gardens Food Centre
The SAF Warrant Officers And Specialists Club was relocated from Beach Road to Boon Lay Way in October 2001, with the new identity known as THE CHEVRONS. The four-storey recreation club houses a wide range of amenities that caters to the diverse interests of its members and guests.
The club makes continuous efforts to strengthen bonds among the Warrant Officers, Specialists, Military Experts, and their families through activities and events. It also seeks to improve our members’ well-being by providing them with facilities and services that cater to their recreational needs.
Located right beside Clementi Stadium, West Coast Recreation Centre is home to a bowling alley and billard saloon. It also consist of a few eateries like Jack's Place Steak House Restaurant, and the famous Joyden Seafood Restaurant.
There are also a number of education and enrichment centres in West Coast Recreation Centre, including Music Schools, Ballet Schools, as well as a Langauge School.
The go-to destination for all social, recreational, sports and educational facilities for NSmen and their families. Formed in 1972, SAFRA’s goal was to aid the Singapore Armed Forces (SAF) enhance camaraderie and boost morale among National Servicemen.
Since then, it has built a network of clubs located at Jurong, Mount Faber, Punggol, Tampines, Toa Payoh and Yishun. In addition to clubs, we offer a host of activities , value-added services and membership perks that meet the lifestyle needs of our community of more than 350,000 SAFRA members..
West Coast Recreation Centre
SPORTS & RECREATION
Equipped with a 460-seat gallery, Singapore’s first and only Olympic-sized ice skating rink is the ideal location to host international tournaments such as ice hockey, figure skating, speed skating and ice curling. Spectators can even enjoy a perfect vantage point of all the action, when they dine in restaurants that surround The Rink.
Learning how to skate is easy with the Learn-to-Skate programmes, which was specially developed with Singapore Ice Skating Association (SISA) and Singapore Ice Hockey Association (SIHA). Learn-to-Skate courses are taught by NROC-certified coaches, who provide proper guidance to skaters from the very beginning and help them progress to Advanced Figure Skating, Ice Hockey or Speed Skating. Schools can even introduce ice skating as a CCA for their students at a subsidized rate.
Pandan Reservoir is a reservoir located in the West Region of Singapore. Formed by damming the mouth of Sungei Pandan, it is the largest service reservoir in Singapore providing non-potable water to the surrounding industrial areas and in particular, the Jurong Industrial Estate. It is currently managed and maintained by the Public Utilities Board of Singapore.
Facing the reservoir on one side is the town of Pandan Gardens and Teban Gardens along West Coast Road, while the industrial areas of Penjuru Road and Jalan Buroh flank the other faces.
It is also home to the Singapore Rowing Association / Singapore Amateur Rowing Association, which has its gate along Jalan Buroh. Pandan Reservoir took the name from the area which it is located at Pandan Estate.
Jurong Lake is a 70ha freshwater lake and reservoir located in the western region of Singapore formed with the damming of Sungei Jurong further downstream. The lake serves as a reservoir contributing to the water supply of the country. It lies next to the Lakeside MRT Station, which derived its name from this geographical feature. The lake is surrounded by parkland, which serves as a recreational ground for nearby residents in Jurong East and Jurong West New Towns.
A landscaped sanctuary called Jurong Lake Park was built around the perimeter of the lake and work was completed in January 2006. Also, a 2.8 kilometre water promenade along Jurong Lake Park would allow residents to participate in watersports. The inner running track starting from Chinese garden bridge and back is 3.4 kilometers in length.
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The Japanese School Singapore is a Japanese international school in Singapore, covering elementary and junior high school levels. There are two separate elementary schools of the JSS in Clementi and Changi, while junior high school division is located in West Coast. As of 2013 this Japanese international school is the largest overseas Japanese school in the world.
The Japanese School Singapore
Nan Hua Primary School commenced as Nan Hua Girls' School in 1917. It was established by our predecessors to provide educational opportunities for the young and to nurture them into useful citizens.
A sculpture was erected to commemorate the occasion of the official opening of the school's new building cum 68th Anniversary and to remind remember the great heritage.
Nan Hua Primary School
Pei Tong Public School was founded in a little village, known as "Little Pandan", off Clementi Road. The residents were mainly engaged in farming and construction. After the liberation of Singapore in 1945, the children of this village had no school to go to. So a number of civic-minded people decided to set up a school to cater to the needs of the children in this village. With the support of the villagers, a simple attap house on stilts was purchased for $500 and furnished with crude chairs and desks.
Pei Tong Primary School
Qifa continues to be a popular school in the Clementi/West Coast neighbourhood, with the school conducting balloting in the P1 Registration Exercise since 2010. It is recognised by the Ministry of Education (MOE) and its stakeholders for its rigorous academic programmes, stellar Aesthetics and Co-curricular achievements as well as numerous other programmes that cater to the all-round development of its pupils.
Qifa Primary School
The school aims to cultivate a new generation important to the survival of the nation in the future.
The school motto emphasises pupils' willingness to be considerate and the preparedness to make personal sacrifices by putting others before self in their actions.
Being an institution that provides the opportunities for continuous improvement and growth in all aspects of development of its pupils, holistic education is provided, at the same time providing a happy learning environment that the adults are committed to provide for the children.
Clementi Primary School
Tanglin Secondary School was officially opened by Mr Ong Pang Boon, Minister of Education, on 16 October 1964. It was Singapore’s first technical school, and the first institution in Singapore to admit female students to technical courses. It was renamed Tanglin Technical Secondary School in 1969.
It was switched later to the Chinese medium pre-university classes, and, renamed Tanglin Secondary School and relocated to the current premises at West Coast in 1993.
Tanglin Secondary School
Located in the heart of Clementi, Clementi Town Secondary School’s growth began in 1980 under the loving cultivation by the first principal Ms Kan Sou Tin. The school’s motto is ‘Aspire and Grow’, and the teachers have been dedicated since then to nurture the students’ dreams, where they believe strongly that Clementeens will give “from each his best” and yet, strive to aspire and grow “as one”.
Clementi Town Secondary School
In 2007, Commonwealth Secondary School received the Singapore Quality Class status. In March of the same year, Pandan Reservoir and Sungei Pandan were adopted by the school. In 2008, Commonwealth Secondary School was designated as a Centre of Excellence for Environmental Education.
Commonwealth Secondary School was accorded the School Distinction Award by the Ministry of Education in 2010 in recognition for its all round excellence in education.
Commonwealth Secondary School
Kent Ridge Secondary started on 2 Jan 2000 under the leadership of the first Principal, Ms Chamb Cherk Ing and was officially opened by Mr S Iswaran, Member of Parliament for West Coast GRC, on 15 March 2003.
Guided by the school philosophy that ‘Every Student Counts’ and the school values of Fitness, Integrity, Respect and Excellence, Kent Ridge nurtures the heart, ignites passion and strengthens the will so that every Kent Ridgean has the Heart of a Saint, Passion of an Inventor and Will of an Olympian.
Kent Ridge Secondary School
Nan Hua Secondary School was accorded as the 10th Special Assistance Plan school. Under the Programme for Rebuilding and Improving Existing Schools (PRIME), the school subsequently attained the School of Distinction Award and Singapore Quality Class Award in 2005. Nan Hua Secondary School achieved its Autonomous Status in 2006 and the school's name was changed to Nan Hua High School.
In 2010, Nan Hua High School received the President's Award for the Environment, the highest environment accolade for organisations and companies in Singapore. In 2017.
Nan Hua High School
Anglo-Chinese School (Independent) is a Methodist secondary school in Singapore. ACS(I) has consistently ranked among the top 3 schools worldwide that offer the IB Diploma Programme, with its students scoring an average of 42 out of a total of 45 points, compared with the world average of 30 points.
As of 2017, the school's alumni includes 1 Singapore President, 14 full Ministers, 3 Supreme Court Justices, 3 Attorney-Generals, the Founding President of Fudan University and Singapore's only Olympic gold medalist.
Anglo-Chinese School (Independent)
Waseda Shibuya Senior High School in Singapore is a Japanese international boarding school in West Coast, Singapore. It is affiliated with Waseda University, making it an overseas branch of a Japanese private school, and is located on the island's west coast. The school is operated by Waseda Shibuya Senior High School in Singapore Pte. Ltd.
Waseda Shibuya Senior High School
Established in 2009, SIT is Singapore's university of applied learning. Its vision is to be a leader in innovative university education by integrating learning, industry and community.
SIT offers degree programmes targeted at growth sectors of the economy. SIT’s degree programmes feature an eight to 12-month Integrated Work Study Programme (IWSP) to provide students with the opportunity to undertake real work, allowing them to integrate theory and practice and develop deep specialist skills in their chosen field. The IWSP is structured in a unique and distinct way for each degree programme to cater to the specific needs of the industry, developing industry-ready graduates.
Singapore Institute of Technology
Singapore Polytechnic is an institution of higher learning in Singapore. It is also the first polytechnic established in Singapore to provide studies, training and research in technology, science, commerce and the arts. As an industry-oriented alternative to a broader based high school education, polytechnic graduates in Singapore are sought after for work or many continue to complete university degrees. In contrast to polytechnics in the United States and UK, polytechnics in Singapore admit majority of its students after middle school which is after 10 years of formal education.
2010 saw Singapore Polytechnic's 50th graduation ceremony and 150,000th graduate. To date, over 195,000 students have graduated from Singapore Polytechnic.
The United World College of South East Asia (UWCSEA) is an independent international school in Singapore. The school provides a K–12 education consisting of five interlinking elements: academics, activities, outdoor education, personal and social education and service. The UWCSEA learning programme leads to the IGCSE in Grades 9 and 10 and the IB Diploma in Grades 11 and 12.
The school offers sports, drama, visual art, music, clubs/societies and leadership activities, and an outdoor education programme. Most students are expected contribute to the community as part of the service programme, which can involve service to the school community, the Singaporean community, and overseas communities.
United World College South East Asia
The National University of Singapore (NUS) is an autonomous research university in Singapore. Founded in 1905 as a medical college, it is the oldest institute of higher learning (IHL) in Singapore, as well as the largest university in the country in terms of student enrolment and curriculum offered. NUS is a comprehensive research university with an entrepreneurial dimension. It offers a wide range of disciplines, including the sciences, medicine and dentistry, design and environment, law, arts and social sciences, engineering, business, computing and music in both undergraduate and postgraduate education. The university counts among its alumni four Prime Ministers or Presidents of Singapore and two Prime Ministers of Malaysia.
NUS is ranked 1st in Singapore & the whole of Asia.