Get to The Woodleigh Mall in Singapore, fast and worry-free with this comprehensive article!
Welcome to the complete guide on how to get to The Woodleigh Mall by MRT in Singapore.
In this article, we will summarize all the most important steps to get there fast and as easily as possible.
The Woodleigh Mall is well northeast of the city centre.
A taxi or ride-sharing service from downtown can get costly to the Woodleigh Mall from downtown or the airport.
The three most important things to remember about heading to The Woodleigh Mall are
– Which MRT line(s) should you take?
– What’s the closest and most convenient station?
– What kind of transport cards are available for this trip?
You will learn about all these details in the sections below.
Shopping at The Woodleigh Mall in Singapore
The Woodleigh Mall is located in Bidadari Town, Singapore. It spans three storeys and has 206,000 square feet of retail and food and beverage space in an impressive modern setting.
It features lush green spaces and impressive alfresco dining options.
The Woodleigh Mall is seamlessly integrated with Singapore’s awesome MRT network and will be connected to the new bus interchange in the future.
When you visit here, expect to find an informational counter on Level 2 along with nursing rooms at Basement 1, Level 1 and Level 2.
Banking services and ATMs are also available at The Woodleigh Mall.
You can walk directly from The Woodleigh Mall to Bidadari Park in no time!
Extensive cycling routes and the 700-metre Heritage Walk are additionally attractive features of the Mall.
If you are living at the Woodleigh Residences or another housing complex in the area, you can find groceries and other important weekly goods and services here.
Getting to The Woodleigh Mall using MRT
Step 1: Map out your route – Identify MRT Lines and Stations.
The closest and most convenient station for getting to Woodleigh Mall by MRT is
Woodleigh Station (NE11)
Since this station shares the same name as the Mall, you should have no problem remembering it!
Woodleigh Station is located along the North-East Line, which is represented in purple colour on the metro map.
Step 2: Purchase a transport card to reach The Woodleigh Mall via MRT.
You can select from two main types of transportation cards to access The Woodleigh Mall by MRT:
- Singapore Tourist Passes
- Stored Value Cards
Singapore Tourist Pass, as its name implies, is designed for short-term foreign visitors to the city.
It is a convenient pass because you can use it for unlimited bus and train rides over the course of 3 days or less. If you travel a lot within Singapore, you can save money with one.
On the other hand, the Stored Value Card is suitable for all commuters, foreigners, and locals included.
After each bus, LRT or MRT ride the fare will be deducted from your balance. Just simply tap to enter and exit the MRT system.
We tried out the Stored Value Card while discovering how to get to The Woodleigh Mall by MRT, and it worked very well with no issues.
Step 3: Walk to the nearest MRT station in the city.
If you want to conveniently access the MRT in Singapore and save time, try booking a room near a station.
Fortunately, Singapore is loaded with convenient hotels and hostels that are beside all kinds of stations throughout the city.
Here are a few of the most popular hotels that are only 1-2 minutes from the closest stations:
Marina Bay Sands Hotel (right beside Bayfront Station)
The Fullerton Hotel (right beside Raffles Place Station)
Marina Bay Sands is renowned throughout Asia for its amazing architectural design and breathtaking sky pool views.
The Fullerton Hotel is located on beautiful Boat Quay, which is just a few minutes walking distance from Marina Bay and Clarke Quay.
If you are trying to save money, consider booking a room in Chinatown, Bugis or Little India. All these spots are well-serviced by train and have cheap boutique hotels and hostels.
Learn More: Top Luxury Hotels near Marina Bay in Singapore
Try to be within 500 m of the nearest station to avoid taxis and walking in intense heat during the afternoon hours.
Step 4: Ride the MRT to The Woodleigh Mall.
Once you access the closest station, map out your route to The Woodleigh Mall.
If you’re not starting on the North-East Line, transfer to it.
Then, ride the MRT all the way to Woodleigh Station (NE11).
Step 5: Alight at Woodleigh Station (NE11).
Move closer to an exit once you here the relevant verbal announcement.
Then, get off the train at Woodleigh Station.
Collect all your belongings before alighting.
Step 6: Navigate Woodleigh Station to find the most convenient exit.
Once you arrive at Woodleigh Station, the faster you can find the best exit, the faster you can walk to The Woodleigh Mall.
Here is the relevant station information for you below.
Exiting Woodleigh Station
Woodleigh MRT Station (NE11) is built under Upper Serangoon Road along the Woodleigh and Bidadari planning subzones.
It has three main levels that you should be familiar with:
Level 1 – Street Level
B1 – Concourse Ticketing
B2 – North-East Line Train Platforms A and B
You will arrive at B2 North-East Line train platforms on your way to The Woodleigh Mall.
Woodleigh MRT station has three exits (A, B and C) leading to Level 1 ground level.
Exit E leads directly to B2 of The Woodleigh Mall.
Take either Exit A or Exit E to access The Woodleigh Mall from the station.
Step 7: Walk directly from Woodleigh Station (NE11) to The Woodleigh Mall.
You can access The Woodleigh Mall from the station using Exit A or E.
Exit A is located at ground level, whereas Exit E is underground.
Exit E is arguably the most convenient because it directly connects to Basement 2 of the Woodleigh Mall.
All you need to do is find Exit E, follow the relevant signs and you will directly enter The Woodleigh Mall.
How long is the walk from Woodleigh Station (NE11) to The Woodleigh Mall?
The walk from Woodleigh Station (NE11) to The Woodleigh Mall should take you less than 1 minute.
The Woodleigh Mall is directly east of the station making the walk very short and convenient.
Other Places to Visit During the Same Day
You can expect to find several residential complexes, athletic facilities and some shopping centres close to The Woodleigh Mall. It is well north of the city centre, so don’t expect all kinds of tourist attractions here.
You will, however, find a few of the other malls not too far away that you can visit during the same day.
If you continue south along the North-East Line, you can visit The Poiz Centre. Get off at Potong Pasir Station (Info and Directions). It is only 1 station south of Woodleigh.
Another good option for shopping is 18 Tai Seng.
You can access 18 Tai Seng by taking the MRT to Tai Seng Station (CC11) which is on the Circle Line.
Gantrall Mall is within walking distance of 18 Tai Seng.
If you’re looking for some outdoor space, you can walk from The Woodleigh Mall to Bidadari Park. Also, explore the Heritage Trail near the mall.
Where should you stay?
You won’t find too many hotels or hostels in the direct vicinity of The Woodleigh Mall.
Consequently, most people head south or east to find more places to stay.
One of the best properties only a few minutes away is
ibis Styles Singapore On Macpherson
This is a good place to stay to save some cash while having access to the northeastern areas of the city.
We suggest taking a taxi or ride-sharing south along Upper Aljunied Road from The Woodleigh Mall.
Now you know how to get to The Woodleigh Mall by MRT in Singapore in a fast and affordable manner!
With its location well north of Singapore’s City centre, you should map out your route to The Woodleigh Mall in advance.
The main pieces of information that you should be familiar with are which line to take and which station to get off at.
Remember to take the MRT to Woodleigh Station (NE11).
According to its shortcode, Woodleigh Station is on the North-East Line.
You can access the Woodleigh Mall at either Exit A or Exit E at the Station.
Exit E is particularly convenient because it has a direct connection with level B2 of the Mall.