Get to The Promendade @ Pelikat super fast and easily using these steps!
Welcome to the complete, detailed guide on how to get to The Promenade @ Pelikat in Singapore!
In this article, we will explain the entire process of getting to The Promenade @ Pelikat using:
Public Bus Services
To get there fast and affordably, you have to be familiar with lines stations and transfer information.
One of the first things you need to know about getting to The Promenade @ Pelikat is that it isn’t directly beside an MRT station. Consequently, using a combination of MRT and bus services is a popular choice.
Aside from sharing how to get there, we will also discuss other shopping malls and nearby points of interest. You should be able to visit several different points of interest near The Promenade @ Pelikat during the same day.
Shopping at The Promenade @ Pelikat – Visitor Information
The Promenade@Pelikat is a mixed-use shopping centre located in the Novan neighbourhood of Singapore. It is known for boutique shops specializing in services, baked goods, pet maintenance, lifestyle and health, and casual dining.
The mall first opened in 2015, and it has been welcoming guests ever since. Several residential complexes around The Promenade@Pelikat naturally provide a customer base.
It isn’t one of Singapore’s largest malls, but The Promenade@Pelikat has a surprisingly large selection of shops and services. There is on-site parking available
Getting to The Promenade @ Pelikat by MRT
Step 1: Plan your route: Stations, Lines and Potential Transfers.
Getting to The Promenade @ Pelikat is not directly beside an MRT station, but it’s possible to get there using a combination of MRT and bus services.
In this section below, we will share a line and transfer information so that you can get to the closest MRT station to catch bus connections to the mall.
MRT Station and Line Information
The most convenient station for connecting with buses to The Promenade @ Pelikat is:
Kovan Station (NE13)
Kovan MRT Station (NE13) is the 13th station on the North-East MRT Line.
The North-East MRT Line is shown in purple on metro maps throughout the city.
Transfer Information to the North-East Line
When taking the MRT to The Promenade @ Pelikat, your priority should be to get North-East Line.
The faster you get there, the better.
Many commuters in Singapore will need to make one transfer to reach the North-East Line while en route to The Promenade @ Pelikat.
Typically, the three stations below are the most popular ones for commuters:
Little India (transfer between the North-East and Downtown Line)
Serangoon (transfer between the North-East and Circle Line)
Dhoby Ghaut (transfer between the North-South, North-East and Downtown Lines)
There are maps in stations to help you plan your route.
Step 2: Access the closest station to begin your trip to The Promenade @ Pelikat.
If you are staying in Singapore (resident), skip down to #3 below.
We strongly recommend booking a room within 500 meters or less of a station visiting Singapore.
Some of the main benefits of finding a convenient room near a station include cutting down on taxi expenses, avoiding time spent in traffic and avoiding parking headaches altogether.
The Fullerton Hotel (5-star, 9.0/10 review score, close to Raffles Place Station)
Hotel Bencoolen @ Hong Kong Street (4-star, 8.3/10 review score, very close to Clarke Quay Station)
Wink Capsule Hostel (2-star, 8.4/10 review score, 1 minute from Chinatown Station)
Spend sufficient time selecting the best area to stay in Singapore. You will save lots of time and money being close to a station!
Step 3: Buy a ticket to reach Novan MRT Station (NE13).
At the time of writing, there are three main types of tickets/cards for getting around Singapore using public transport:
1) Stored Value Cards
2) Singapore Tourist Passes
3) Single/Multi-Trip Tickets
It’s possible to get to The Promenade @ Pelikat using these listed above.
We used a stored-value card while learning how to get to The Promenade @ Pelikat in Singapore. After buying one, all you need to do is top it up with cash, and you’re good to go.
Tourist Passes are another practical option for foreign tourists visiting Singapore.
They are perfect for people with busy plans in the city.
Like stored value cards, you can use these for both buses and trains throughout Singapore.
Strongly consider getting a tourist pass if you are in Singapore for 1-3 days and plan to check out many different areas.
Traditional single journey and multiple journey tickets are also available to reach The Promenade @ Pelikat.
You can buy conventional tickets at machines in stations throughout the city.
Step 4: Take the MRT to Kovan Station (NE13). Complete transfers if necessary to get there.
Make your way on Singapore’s MRT to the North-East MRT Line. You may have to make a transfer or two to get there.
Ride the MRT all the way to Novan Station (NE13).
It’s a wise idea to know the neighbouring stations to Novan.
Serangoon Station (NE12) is located directly south of Kovan, whereas Hougang Station (NE14) is directly north.
Refer to station maps on your way to The Promenade @ Pelikat.
Move closer to an exit on the train well before stopping at Kovan (NE13).
Step 5: Get off the train at Kovan MRT Station (NE13).
Alight at Kovan Station (NE13). Bring along all your bags before stepping off the train.
Step 6: Exit Kovan Station (NE13).
Kovan MRT Station (NE13) is built underground.
It is located along the boundaries of the Kovan and Lorong Ah Soo planning subzones. The station is below Upper Serangoon Road and near the junction of Tampines Road.
Be prepared to arrive at Basement Level 2 of Kovan Station.
Follow the signs in the station and travel up to L1, which is at street level.
There are three exits to choose from when you get to street level at Kovan Station: Exit A, B, and C.
Take Exit C from Kovan Station.
Step 7: Take the bus from Kovan Station to The Promenade @ Pelikat.
Exit C at Kovan Station will conveniently bring you right out onto Upper Serangoon Rd and the Kovan Stn Exit C Bus Stop (#63039).
Take Bus 113 from Kovan Station Exit C Bus Stop.
Stay on the bus for four stops and then get off at Station Blk 239 (#63271).
Walk south along Hougang Avenue 1 and turn right onto Jalan Pelikat.
Walk along Jalan Pelikat until you see the entrance to The Promenade @ Pelikat.
How long is the bus ride from Kovan Station to The Promenade @ Pelikat?
You can expect the bus ride from Kovan Station to The Promenade @ Pelikat to take about 10-12 minutes, including the 3-4 minute walk once you get off the bus.
Getting to The Promenade @ Pelikat by Public Bus
You can get to The Promenade @ Pelikat in Singapore by public bus.
We recommend this option if your MRT trip requires multiple transfers or if you are staying too far away from a station.
In the table below, we have summarized the two closest bus stops within close walking distance of The Promenade @ Pelikat, along with bus services that go to them.
|Bus Stop||Bus Numbers|
|#63279 Opp Yuying Sec Sch||53, 53M, 62, 113, 113A|
|#63271 Blk 239||53, 53M, 62, 62A, 113, 113A, 115|
You can walk from either of these stations in 4 minutes or less to The Promenade @ Pelikat.
Driving or Taking a Taxi to The Promenade @ Pelikat
Hailing a cab or going directly to The Promenade @ Pelikat can be a practical choice under certain circumstances.
For example, if you are staying away from an MRT station, it might be quicker to travel straight to The Promenade @ Pelikat instead of spending time transferring lines and transferring to a bus.
The mall is equipped with parking spaces, and taxi drop-offs are right at the door!
Also, keep in mind that taking a taxi can be fast and cost-effective, especially if you are carpooling with a few people. Splitting the taxi fee might even be cheaper than taking the MRT (depending on where you are beginning your trip).
You can get to The Promenade @ Pelikat using major expressways and then exiting off onto secondary roads.
The official address for The Promenade @ Pelikat in Singapore is:
183 Jalan Pelikat, Singapore 537643
Always remember to double-check traffic conditions before leaving to The Promenade @ Pelikat by car or taxi. The last thing you want to experience is a traffic jam when the MRT provides a faster alternative.
Should you stay near The Promenade @ Pelikat or elsewhere in the city?
Most tourists in Singapore prefer to stay in other areas of the city. The Promenade @ Pelikat is not in a tourist zone, and there are very few hotels in the vicinity.
If you are keen on staying near the mall, here are three of the closest properties we could find online:
Village Residence Hougang by Far East Hospitality (4-star, 7.4/10 review score, 12+ reviews)
Rest House (8.6/10 review score, 36+ reviews)
Hotel 81 Kovan (2-star, 6.7/10 review score, 300+ reviews)
You will find a lot more hotels further south in Singapore.
For example, Little India is one of the best areas to stay for quick access to both The Promenade @ Pelikat and the southern areas such as Marina Bay, Chinatown, Clarke Quay and Bugis.
Little India Station, for example, is located along the North-East line.
Consequently, you can stay near the station and ride the North-East Line north to Novan Station.
Here are a few positively reviewed properties in Little India worth checking out based on our research:
Citadines Rochor (4-star, 8.6/10 review score, 160+ reviews)
Hilton Garden Inn Singapore Serangoon (4-star, 8.2/10, review score, 2400+ reviews)
Learn More – the articles below outline more information about staying and enjoying Little India in Singapore:
Itinerary Ideas near The Promenade @ Pelikat
There are several affordable shopping centres, food centres and recreational spots close enough to The Promenade @ Pelikat to make a day itinerary of this area.
Heartland Mall Kovan and Hougang Market & Food Centre are two points of interest that you can check out during the same day. All you need to do is go to Novan Station, and from there, you can walk directly to either one of these spots.
Hougang Market & Food Centre is well known for affordable yet delicious hawker food.
If you are looking for other shopping opportunities, refer to the list below:
Hougang Green Shopping Mall
The Seletar Mall
You can easily get to Hougang Mall and Compass One via MRT.
They are both attached to Hougang Station and Sengkang Station, respectively.
If you travel north of The Promenade @ Pelikat, you can access Rivervale Plaza, Rivervale Mall, The Seletar Mall and Compass One.
Travel north to Sengkang Station.
Then, transfer to the Sengkang LRT and then take the Sengkang LRT Loops to the malls.
Some of the most popular recreational areas/facilities around The Promenade @ Pelikat are
Hougang Avenue 1 Park
Surin Avenue Neighbourhood Park
Kovan Sports Centre
Expect to see active people and families enjoying these areas!
We genuinely hope that this step-by-step guide on how to get to The Promenade @ Pelikat in Singapore will help you save time and money!
When you decide how to get to the mall, you have to think about where you are starting your trip. The MRT and bus combination makes a lot of sense if you stay close to the North-East Line.
But, if you need to make a few transfers to get there, then a taxi or private car might be better options, and potentially even more affordable because time is money!
Reach out to us if you have any questions about getting to Heartland Mall, and save travels!