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The current public train system (MRT) in Singapore consists of 5 lines, Circle (CC), Downtown (DT), East West (EW), North East (NE) and North South (NS) which leads to all parts of the island. The 6th line, Thomson-East Coast (TE) is currently under construction. Planning to buy or rent a condo apartment but don't know which is the nearest train station? We have compiled a list to help you find condo near each MRT station (stations under construction are not in this list).


Circle Line (CC)

The Circle Line is a medium-capacity Mass Rapid Transit line in Singapore. It runs from Dhoby Ghaut and Marina Bay in the Central Area to HarbourFront in the south. The line is 35.5 kilometres (22.1 mi) long with 31 stations, all of which are underground. Travelling from one end of the line to the other takes about one hour. It is the second in Singapore to be completely automated and driverless and is among the world's longest driverless rapid transit lines. It is coloured orange on the rail map. The line is the fourth MRT line to be opened, with the first section having opened on 28 May 2009.

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CC1  DHOBY GHAUT

CC2  BRAS BASAH

CC3  ESPLANADE

CC4  PROMENADE

CC5  NICOLL HIGHWAY

CC6  STADIUM

CC7  MOUNTBATTEN

CC8  DAKOTA

CC9  PAYA LEBAR

C10  MACPHERSON

C11  TAI SENG

C12  BARTLEY

C13  SERANGOON

C14  LORONG CHUAN

C15  BISHAN

C16  MARYMOUNT

C17  CALDECOTT

C19  BOTANIC GARDENS

C20  FARRER ROAD

C21  HOLLAND VILLAGE

C22  BUONA VISTA

C23  ONE NORTH

C24  KENT RIDGE

C25  HAW PAR VILLA

C26  PASIR PANJANG

C27  LABRADOR PARK

C28  TELOK BLANGAH

C29  HARBOURFRONT

CE1  BAYFRONT

CE2  MARINA BAY

Downtown Line (DT)

The Downtown Line is a medium-capacity Mass Rapid Transit line in Singapore. It runs from Bukit Panjang in the north-west to Expo in the east. Currently, the line is 44 kilometres (27 mi) long with 36 stations, all of which are underground. The line is coloured blue on the rail map. The line connects the North-Western and Central-Eastern regions to the downtown of Singapore. This line is the fifth MRT line on the network to be opened, the third to be entirely underground and, with 3-car trains, the second medium-capacity line after the Circle Line.

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DT1  BUKIT PANJANG

DT2  CASHEW

DT3  HILLVIEW

DT5  BEAUTY WORLD

DT6  KING ALBERT PARK

DT7  SIXTH AVENUE

DT8  TAN KAH KEE

DT9  BOTANIC GARDENS

DT10  STEVENS

DT11  NEWTON

DT12  LITTLE INDIA

DT13  ROCHOR

DT14  BUGIS

DT15  PROMENADE

DT16  BAYFRONT

DT17  DOWNTOWN

DT18  TELOK AYER

DT19  CHINATOWN

DT20  FORT CANNING

DT21  BENCOOLEN

DT22  JALAN BESAR

DT23  BENDEMEER

DT24  GEYLANG BAHRU

DT25  MATTAR

DT26  MACPHERSON

DT27  UBI

DT28  KAKI BUKIT

DT29  BEDOK NORTH

DT30  BEDOK RESERVOIR

DT31  TAMPINES WEST

DT32  TAMPINES

DT33  TAMPINES EAST

DT34  UPPER CHANGI

DT35  EXPO

DT36  XILIN

DT37  SUNGEI BEDOK

East West Line (EW)

The East West Line is a high capacity MRT line, operated by SMRT. It is the second Mass Rapid Transit line to be built in Singapore. The line is 57.2 kilometres (35.5 mi) long with 35 stations, 8 of which are underground, making it the longest MRT line in Singapore. It runs from Pasir Ris, located in the eastern Singapore, to Tuas Link in the west. A separate spur line links Tanah Merah and Changi Airport via Expo. The line is coloured green on system maps, and began operations on 12 December 1987.

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CG1  EXPO

CG2  CHANGI AIRPORT

EW1  PASIR RIS

EW2  TAMPINES

EW3  SIMEI

EW4  TANAH MERAH

EW5  BEDOK

EW6  KEMBANGAN

EW7  EUNOS

EW8  PAYA LEBAR

EW9  ALJUNIED

EW10  KALLANG

EW11  LAVENDER

EW12  BUGIS

EW13  CITY HALL

EW14  RAFFLES PLACE

EW15  TANJONG PAGAR

EW16  OUTRAM PARK

EW17  TIONG BAHRU

EW18  REDHILL

EW19  QUEENSTOWN

EW20  COMMONWEALTH

EW21  BUONA VISTA

EW22  DOVER

EW23  CLEMENTI

EW24  JURONG EAST

EW25  CHINESE GARDEN

EW26  LAKESIDE

EW27  BOON LAY

EW28  PIONEER

EW29  JOO KOON

EW30  GUL CIRCLE

EW31  TUAS CRESCENT

EW32  TUAS WEST ROAD

EW33  TUAS LINK

North East Line (NE)

The North East Line is a high-capacity Mass Rapid Transit line in Singapore. It runs from HarbourFront in the south-west to Punggol in the north-east. The line is currently 20 kilometres (12 mi) long with 16 stations, and a full journey from one end to the other takes 33 minutes. This line is coloured purple on the rail map. Being the third line in the Singapore MRT system, it was first opened on 20 June 2003.

It is the first MRT line in the network to use fully automated and driverless trains, and is also the world's first fully automated and driverless high-capacity rapid transit line to use conventional steel-wheel technology (as opposed to the rubber-tired, medium-capacity technology found in systems like VAL). The North East Line is also the first line to feature Art in Transit across all 16 stations and full Wireless@SG coverage in all 16 stations. It is the first MRT line to be operated by SBS Transit. It is also the first MRT line to be entirely underground.

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NE1  HARBOURFRONT

NE3  OUTRAM PARK

NE4  CHINATOWN

NE5  CLARKE QUAY

NE6  DHOBY GHAUT

NE7  LITTLE INDIA

NE8  FARRER PARK

NE9  BOON KENG

NE10  POTONG PASIR

NE11  WOODLEIGH

NE12  SERANGOON

NE13  KOVAN

NE14  HOUGANG

NE15  BUANGKOK

NE16  SENGKANG

NE17  PUNGGOL

North South Line (NS)

The North South Line is a high-capacity Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) line in Singapore, operated by SMRT. It runs from Jurong East, located in western Singapore, to Marina South Pier in the Central Area. The line is 44 kilometres (27 mi) long and serves 26 stations, 11 of which are underground. The line is coloured red on the rail map. It is the first MRT line to be built in Singapore, and it began service on 7 November 1987.

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NS1  JURONG EAST

NS2  BUKIT BATOK

NS3  BUKIT GOMBAK

NS4  CHOA CHU KANG

NS5  YEW TEE

NS7  KRANJI

NS8  MARSILING

NS9  WOODLANDS

NS10  ADMIRALTY

NS11  SEMBAWANG

NS12  CANBERRA

NS13  YISHUN

NS14  KHATIB

NS15  YIO CHU KANG

NS16  ANG MO KIO

NS17  BISHAN

NS18  BRADDELL

NS19  TOA PAYOH

NS20  NOVENA

NS21  NEWTON

NS22  ORCHARD

NS23  SOMERSET

NS24  DHOBY GHAUT

NS25  CITY HALL

NS26  RAFFLES PLACE

NS27  MARINA BAY

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