Located in Northeastern Singapore, Hougang is renowned for its languid residential streets, schools and unique eateries. Ideal for the intrepid explorer or business traveller seeking accommodation in the suburbs, Hougang is one of Singapore’s hottest up and coming areas.
Over recent years, Hougang has undergone a considerable facelift: now, you’ll find artisan bakeries, ice cream cages, street food and trendy boutiques. Hougang- translated into “end of the river”- contains countless green spaces and peaceful areas. Punggol Park is separated into an ‘Active Zone’ and ‘Passive Zone’, so whether you want to break a sweat or enjoy some tranquility, you’ll find a perfect spot.
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Over the past several years, the demand for serviced apartments in Singapore has rapidly increased. At thesqua.re, we have been ahead of the curve, providing stunning serviced accommodation at affordable prices. Situated just north of Singapore’s bustling centre, the apartments are ideal for a more authentic experience, while still maintaining excellent connections to the rest of the city.
These apartments distinguish themselves by their location in the chic district of Hougang. By blending thoughtful designs with contemporary accents, thesqua.re’s apartments in Hougang are designed to satisfy the diverse requirements of the discerning business traveller. Our apartments include a fully functional kitchen, complimentary Wi-Fi and 24 hour concierge services.
Hougang is an effortless combination between modern and traditional Singapore. Modern Singapore is embodied by the visually impressive Hougang Mall. Located in the heart of the district, Hougang Mall contains over 130 shops, cafes and restaurants. Traditional Singapore is represented by the countless Singaporean architecture and exquisite restaurants in the area.
When you’re finished sampling the cuisine, you can immerse yourself in the stunning Gothic architecture at the Church of the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary. The Tou Mu Kung is also located in the district. This Taoist temple began as a worship site in Hougang in 1902.
Singapore’s MRT (Mass Rapid Transit) is both the fastest and most cost effective method of navigating the city. The extensive rail network sprawls across the city, meaning that all of Singapore’s business districts and tourist attractions are easily accessible.
There are a number of different ways visitors to Singapore can purchase tickets for the MRT. Visitors can purchase tickets for single trips, but there are more cost effective means of travelling around the city. For $10, you can receive unlimited travel on the MRT for a day: for $16, you can receive unlimited travel for two days: for $20, you can receive unlimited travel across the city for three days. Cards can be bought at the TransitLink Ticket Office at the following MRT stations― Orchard, Woodlands, Jurong East, Bugis, Lavender, Chinatown, Harbourfront, Changi Airport, Kranji, and Ang Mo Kio.
In addition to the world-class MRT network, a number of bus routes also depart from the district, ensuring your journeys are effortless.