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Welcome to our guide on how to get to Clementi Woods Park in Singapore using public transportation.
This guide will focus on how to reach Clementi Woods Park using a combination of MRT and bus services. The Park is not directly beside the nearest MRT station, which makes a combination of taking the metro and bus the most practical decision for most travellers.
Aside from helping the environment, using Singapore’s MRT and bus services to get around will save you money and unnecessary headaches associated with parking and traffic. We will outline what kind of card you can buy for your trip to Clementi Woods Park and which MRT line is best for getting there.
Visiting Clementi Woods Park in Singapore
Clementi Woods Park is a 12-hectare outdoor recreational area in Singapore. It is popular with locals because it has beautiful pathways that are lined with tall acadia and tembusu trees, making it a perfect spot for exercising or relaxing.
There are several points of interest within Clementi Woods Park that might be of interest to you:
Nature Play Garden
According to the official webpage for Clementi Woods Park, it is considered to be a ‘Learning Park’. It has had a partnership with Ngee Ann Polytechnic since 2007, where Ngee Ann students learn in a real park setting.
Clementi Woods Park has lighting from 7 am – 7 pm on a daily basis, and it is fully wheelchair accessible. Head here during the early morning or early evening for cooler weather if you plan on exercising.
Getting to Clementi Woods Park via MRT
Step 1: Walk to the closest MRT station.
The first step in getting to Clementi Woods Park in Singapore is to access the MRT network.
We suggest booking a room close to a station if you don’t already have a house or condo.
Fortunately, Singapore has no shortage of conveniently located hotels and hostels within a few minutes walking distance of stations.
Here are two popular examples below:
Fullerton Hotel – 2 minutes from Raffles Place Station
JW Marriott Hotel Singapore South Beach – 2 minutes to Esplanade Station
These hotels are downtown near Marina Bay, but you can also find good places to stay in Chinatown, Little India, Bugis, Sentosa, Katong and Geylang.
Step 2: Map out your trip to Clementi Woods Park: Stations, Lines and Transfers.
There are several MRT stations that you can use to access Clementi Woods Park with connecting bus services.
Here are the three most popular stations
Clementi Station (EW23) (most convenient)
Dover Station (EW22)
Of these stations, we recommend going to Clementi Station (EW23) or One-North Station (CC23).
They are on different MRT Lines.
Clementi Station is on the East-West (Green) Line, whereas One-North Station is on the Circle (Orange) Line.
Step 3: Buy an MRT card for your trip.
You have two main card options for getting to Clementi Woods Park:
Stored Value Cards
Singapore Tourist Passes
Singapore Tourist Passes – are designed for guests visiting the city. Once you buy one, you can enjoy unlimited bus and train rides for a set number of days. Usually, they are valid for 1 to 3-day periods.
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Stored Value Cards – use decided to use one of these while figuring out how to get to Clementi Woods Park in Singapore using public transportation.
When you travel on a train or bus, simply tap and go. Your account balance will automatically adjust every time you tap out of the public transport system.
These cards are very popular with long-term guests and Singaporeans.
Step 4: Ride the MRT to either Clementi Station (EW23) or One-North Station.
As mentioned before, Clementi and One-North Station are located on different MRT lines.
Therefore, if you are travelling along the East Coast Line, it makes the most sense to travel to Clementi Station.
Commuters on the Circle Line are better off heading to One-North Station to avoid another line transfer on the way to Clementi Woods Park.
As you approach these stations, move closer to an exit on the train and collect all your belongings.
Step 5: Alight at Clementi Station (EW23).
Alight when you arrive at Clementi Station or One-North Station.
Step 6: Walk from the train platforms to the correct exit level of the station.
In the section below, we will outline how to exit Clementi and One-North Station on your way to Clementi Woods Park.
Exiting Clementi Station (East-West Line)
Be prepared to arrive at Level 3 of Clementi Station (East-West Line Train Platforms).
Level 3 – Train Platforms
L2 – Concourse
Level 1 – Street Level
Travel from Level 3 to Level 1 of the station. You have three options to reach the ground floor:
- Walking down the stairs
- Taking the elevator
- Going down the escalator
Take Exit B to access the bus heading towards Clementi Woods Park.
Exiting One-North Station (Circle Line)
One-North Station is built underground. You will arrive at Level B3.
L1 – Street Level
B2 – Concourse
B3 – Circle Line Train Plaforms
In order to access bus services to Clementi Woods Park, take the stairs, elevator or escalator up to Level 1 (street level).
Take Exit A at One-North Station.
Step 7: Take a bus from Clementi or One-North Station to Clementi Woods Park.
We will first explain how to connect with a bus from Clementi Station and then describe the same process at One-North Station.
You can pick the best option, given your starting point in Singapore and which line you will be travelling on to Clementi Woods Park.
Bus Directions from Clementi Station to Clementi Woods Park
Exit B will bring you out on Commonwealth Avenue West.
Walk over to the following bus stop:
Clementi Stn Exit B – Stop ID: 17179
Get on Bus 201 to reach West Coast Plaza.
Stay on Bus 201 for 3 stops and get off at this bus stop.
Opp Kent Ridge Sec Sch – Stop ID: 17039
Once you’re off the bus, walk east to enter Clementi Woods Park (it is directly beside this bus stop!).
Bus Directions from One-North Station to Clementi Woods Park
Technically, there are several buses that stop near One-North Station that can get you close to Clementi Woods Park.
Popular buses include:
Bus 198 is generally a few minutes quicker than the others, so we will focus on connecting with it below.
Exit A will bring you out onto Ayer Rajah Avenue.
Walk northwest on Ayer Rajah Avenue until your reach North Buona Vista Road.
Turn left onto North Buona Vista Road.
Walk south along North Buona Vista Road until you reach this bus stop:
Ayer Rajah Ind Est – Stop ID: 18129
Get on Bus 198 and stay on it for 2 stops.
Alight from the bus at this stop:
Blk 610 – Stop ID: 17121
Take the pathway directly behind the bus stop and walk southwest. Cross the water and enter Clementi Woods Park via the northeastern Corner.
How long is the bus ride from Clementi and One-North Station to Clementi Woods Park?
The total travel time from Clementi Station to Clementi Woods Station is about 10 minutes, including walking from the bus stop to the Park.
Expect it to take around 19 minutes, including two 5-minute walks, to reach Clementi Woods Park.
It’s faster from Clementi Station, but it still makes sense to go there from One-North Station if you’re starting on the Circle Line.
Other Places to Visit near the Park
You can easily spend a day in this area of Singapore near Clementi Park.
Three popular shopping malls that you can visit during the same day are
Clementi Mall (Directions)
321 Clementi (Directions)
West Coast Plaza (Directions)
Clementi Mall is physically connected to Clementi Station via a pedestrian walkway, and 321 Clementi is a few minutes south of the station. West Coast Plaza is right beside the Park (very easy to walk to).
In terms of food, consider checking out these two food centres:
Clementi 448 Market & Food Centre
Ayer Rajah Food Centre (Directions)
Both have lots of stalls serving up Singapore’s delicious hawker foods.
Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum and the National University of Singapore are major points of interest east of Clementi Woods Park.
West Coast Park is south of the Park. Consider visiting both parks especially if you’re running!
The East-West Line makes getting to/from downtown Singapore super easy! You can take it to the business district and world-famous Marina Bay without transferring lines.
Best Hotels/Hostels near Clementi Woods Park
You won’t find as many hotels around Clementi Woods Park as in downtown Singapore.
Most tourists prefer staying downtown, where more malls and attractions are located.
However, some well-priced properties not too far from Clementi Woods Park are worth checking out.
Here is a list below for your convenience:
ibis Budget Singapore West Coast
Fragrance Hotel – Ocean View
The Quay Hotel – West Coast
They are all about 1 km south of Clementi Woods Park.
We hope that this step-by-step guide on getting to Clementi Woods Park in Singapore will help you get there fast and easily.
Due to its location south of the East Coast MRT line, it isn’t directly beside an MRT station. Therefore, you will have to decide which MRT station to get off at to connect with a bus.
Fortunately, Singapore has seamless MRT-Bus connectivity.
If you’re travelling along the East-West Line, we recommend going to Clementi Station (EW23). The bus trip south to Clementi Woods Park is short and convenient.
Alternatively, you could take the circle line to One-North Station (CC23). From there, you can take a bus west to Clementi Woods Park.
Walking from these stations to the Park will take some time. You are better off cycling, getting a taxi or riding a bus there.
Consider going to West Coast Park on the same day. It’s south of the Park and easy to access by foot.