How to get to 321 Clementi by MRT?

How to get to 321 Clementi by MRT?
321 Clementi by MRT

Get to 321 Clementi via MRT quickly and affordably with this detailed guide.

Here is the complete guide on how to get to 321 Clementi by MRT!

It doesn’t matter where you are starting in Singapore. We will explain how to get to 321 Clementi using the city’s extensive MRT network that has lines servicing most city areas. 

And there are even more lines currently in development!

One of the main benefits of using the MRT as much as possible in Singapore is that you completely avoid parking headaches. You can access the closest station and alight near most shopping centres throughout the city.

You also avoid unnecessary taxi fees or ride-hailing fees getting to 321. 

Cycling has become much more popular in Singapore, and it’s a great option once you alight from the train. 

Fortunately, 321 Clementi is quite close to an MRT station, making this a stress-free and efficient trip using public transport. We will focus on the types of cards available, which line(s) you should take and where to get off the train in the sections below. 

Shopping at 321 Clementi in Singapore 

321 Clementi, as its name suggests, is a shopping centre in Clementi, Singapore. It is a popular place for food, services and entertainment for residents here. Despite not being one of the largest malls in Singapore, 321 Clementi does have a solid reputation for having a lot of selection. 

It has a cinema, gym, arcade, several restaurants and a variety of services, including:





There are two car park levels to choose from if you drive to 321 Clementi. 

Visitors to 321 Clementi consider the prices for foods and other household materials to be affordably priced. It’s a great place for coffee and haircuts because it isn’t overly crowded on most days.

It is also within walking distance of the nearest MRT station and is well serviced by public buses in Singapore. 

Getting to 321 Clementi using MRT

Step 1: Find the closest MRT station.

The first step in getting to 321 Clementi using MRT is finding the most convenient MRT station to where you are staying in the city. 

If you’re living in Singapore, chances are you already have a ‘go-to’ station. 

Visitors should try to find a place close to a station. 

We usually tell people to stay within 3 minutes walking distance of a station. Staying farther away will just make your trip less efficient and costly (taxi fees, extra bus fees, parking fees, etc.). 

Here are two popular hotels that consistently receive positive reviews. They are both minutes from MRT stations (also listed below).

Conrad Centennial Singapore– 2 minutes from Promenade Station

JW Marriott Hotel Singapore South Beach – 2 minutes to Esplanade Station

We promise that staying close to a station will make your life a lot easier!

Read More: Best Hotels in Bugis Singapore – The Top Guide 

Step 2: Plan your trip to 321 Clementi – lines, transfers and terminal station.

You should plan your route in advance to reach 321 Clementi via MRT fast and affordably.

Search for Clementi Station (EW23) on the metro map.  

It’s the 23rd station on the East-West Line, which is shown in Green colour on Singapore’s metro map. 

Step 3: Buy an MRT card – Singapore Tourist Pass or a Stored Value Card.

You can reach 321 Clementi using two main kinds of metro cards in Singapore:

  1. Singapore Tourist Passes
  2. Stored Value Cards

We used a stored value card while discovering how to get to 321 Clementi by MRT. 

The convenient thing about stored value cards and Tourist Passes is that you can use them on buses and trains throughout the city. 

Singapore Tourist Passes are designed for foreign guests and allow you to travel an unlimited number of times in a set period of time (typically best for 3 day itineraries).

Stored Value Cards have a balance that automatically gets updated after each trip. So, on your way to 321 Clementi, you would get charged after leaving the MRT network. 

Read More: Buying metro cards in Singapore – The Complete Guide

Step 4: Take the MRT all the way to Clementi Station (EW23) using the East-West (Green) Line. 

Complete any transfers needed to reach the East-West Line

If you’re staying downtown, here are three of the most popular and convenient interchange stations for accessing the green line:

Raffles City Station

City Hall Station

Bugis Station

Ride the Green Line to Clementi Station (EW23) because this is the closest stop to 321 Clementi. 

If you travel from the city centre, you will stop at Dover Station (EW22) directly before Clementi. 

Map of MRT Lines and Stations near 321 Clementi
Map of MRT Lines and Stations near 321 Clementi

Step 5: Alight at Clementi Station (EW23).

Alight once you arrive at Clementi Station (EW23). 

Bring all your belongings with you.

Step 6: Travel down to Exit A from the Level 3 train platform.

Once you arrive at Clementi Station via MRT, you can navigate the station to the appropriate exit using the directions below.

Clementi MRT Station (EW23) is built above ground near the Clementi Central and Clementi North planning subzones. It is southwest of Clementi Community Centre.

You will arrive at Level 3 (train platforms):

Level 3 – Train Platforms

L2 – Concourse

Level 1 – Street Level

Take the stairs, elevator or escalator down to Level 1 of the station.

Take Exit A for convenient access to 321 Clementi. 

Map of Clementi MRT Station to reach 321 Clementi
Navigating your way from Clemeti MRT Station to the station exit in order to reach 321 Clementi

Step 7: Walk or take a short bus ride from Clementi Station (EW23) to 321 Clementi.

Exit A will bring you to Commonwealth Avenue. 

You have the choice from here to walk, cycle or take the bus to 321 Clementi. 

In the section below, we will summarize walking and bus directions from the station to the mall. 

Walking Directions from Clementi Station to 321 Clementi

There are a few different ways to reach 321 Clementi by foot. Some of them involve cutting through parking lots and smaller roads. 

We will stick with staying on the main roads for the directions below. 

First, walk southwest from Exit A along Commonwealth Avenue West. 

Continue walking south until you reach Clementi Avenue 3. 

Turn right onto Clementi Avenue 3. 

Continue walking southwest on Clementi Avenue 3 until you reach 321 Clementi. 

You should see the mall to your right. 

Approximate Walking Time: 6-7 minutes (500 m)

Walking time and distance from Clementi MRT Station to 321 Clementi

Bus Directions from Clementi Station to 321 Clementi

The bus ride from Clementi Station to 321 Clementi is short and sweet.

From Exit A, walk over to the following bus stop.

Clementi Stn Exit A – Stop ID: 17171

Wait for Bus 78, and get on it when it arrives. 

Stay on it as it loops around Clementi Avenue 3. 

Get off the bus at the next stop, which will be

NTUC Fairprice – Stop ID: 17239

Walk briefly southwest on Clementi Avenue 3 until you see 321 Clementi.

Approximate Bus Time (including walking): 8 minutes

Is it better to walk or take the bus from Clementi Station to 321 Clementi?

In our opinion, walking from Clementi Station to 321 Clementi makes more sense than taking the bus. 

The walk is only about 500 m which means that you sometimes will be able to walk to the mall before the bus even arrives at the station to pick you up!

If it’s raining or super hot outside, you might find the bus to be a more practical alternative. 

How to get to 321 Clementi by MRT?
An Overview of How to get to 321 Clementi by MRT?

Other places to Visit in Clementi and Beyond

321 Clementi is the second largest mall in the vicinity of Clementi Station.  

Clementi Mall (Directions) is the largest mall here, and it’s directly west of Clementi Station. 

You can also visit food courts (hawker centres) and community centres in Clementi. 

Some of the most popular community centres include:

Clementi Community Centre (Directions to get there)


Sports Centre 


The two most popular food centres near 321 Clementi are

Clementi 448 Market & Food Centre 

Ayer Rajah Food Centre (Directions)

Heading over to Jurong East Station (NS1/EW24) is also a practical decision to get more access to malls and family attractions. 

You can find three popular malls right beside the station there:

IMM (Directions)

Westgate (Directions)

JCube (Directions)

Some of the best family attractions near Jurong East Station include:

Science Centre Singapore (Directions

SnowCity (Directions

Jurong Lake Gardens 

Head downtown along the East-West Line for world-class attractions such as the Merlion, Singapore Flyer and Gardens by the Bay.

Best Accommodation Options

Most visitors to Singapore prefer to stay closer to Marina Bay, as opposed to near 321 Clementi. 

We couldn’t find any hotels within walking distance of the mall, but we found these two properties in western Singapore:

Genting Hotel Jurong

The Quay Hotel West Coast

You would have to drive or take the bus to them from 321 Clementi.

Travelling along the East-West Line allows you to quickly access popular sightseeing areas such as Chinatown, Clarke Quay and Boat Quay. Therefore, don’t feel like you need to stay in Clementi because transport is convenient.

Read More: The Best Luxury Hotels near Marina Bay (Complete Guide)


We really hope that this step-by-step guide on how to get to 321 Clementi by MRT will make your trip fast and easy. 

Overall, this small shopping centre is convenient to reach using the MRT. 

You do have a few decisions to make along the way, however. 

First, you need to choose where you will transfer lines on the way to the mall. Clementi Station (EW23) is located on the East-West Line, but many commuters will start on a different line. 

The faster you can find the best interchange station for your trip, the better. 

Once you’re on the East-West Line, it should be smooth sailing to 321 Clementi. 

After you alight from the metro, you can walk, cycle or take the bus to 321 Clementi. We suggest walking instead of taking the bus because the walk is only about 600 m. Taking the bus is practical if you’re concerned about rain or intense heat. 

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