The famous residential town takes its name after Choa Chu Kang village, located at the interchange of Choa Chu Kang Road and Jalan Sungei Poyan. The total area comprises of 2.36 square miles while the residential area is about 1.19 square miles.
Inz Residence EC at Choa Chu Kang Town
Located north western region of Singapore, the residential town has gradually transformed itself from an ordinary kampung (village) to a glorious residential modern township. A total of seven sub zones compose the planning area, from which four are densely populated namely Choa Chu Kang Central, Choa Chu Kang North, Yew Tee and Teck Whye. The transition took place in late 80’s when Teck Whye estate was developed. Yew Tee was developed in 1997 and it was extended to N5-N6 and N7 when residents had moved in.
Inz EC Choa Chu Kang Ave 5
As of 2015, the population of town is 174,330. Chinese are the most dominant ethnic group residing in the area, comprising of 123,450 while Malays and Indians come 2nd and 3rd with the population of 29,630 and 16,470 respectively. A total of 23 postal districts are present in the area. Eight primary schools and six secondary schools dispense education in this residential town. The residents also have the facility of a junior college by the name of ITE College West, which was completed in 2010. Inz Residence EC is located in Choa Chu Kang Town.
City planners propose a plan of public transport to facilitate the residents. This is because the government is keen to have environmental towns in the country, the idea is to use public transport and reduce pollution caused by heavy traffic. As the town is distant from the central area of the city, an efficient and high speed public transport system is preferred. Busways, Railways and a spacious road network connects Choa Chu Kang with other areas of city.
Inz Residence EC Qingjian Realty
An intra town 7.8 km light rail line connects with the nearby town of Bukit Panjang. Bus facilities are accessible at the Choa Chu Kang Bus Interchange which is associated with the Choa Chu Kang MRT/LRT Station and the town’s pinnacle shopping center of �Lot One’. It was opened in 1990, providing 12 transport services and all of them worked under SMRT Corporation.
Two main shopping centers dominate the town, Lot One and a shopping mall built by Far East Organisation, which is the largest private property developer in Singapore. Parks such as Tembusu Park, Limbang Park, Stagmont Park, Yew Tee Park and Choa Chu Kang Park provide a rest and recreational for visitors. In addition to this, the Choa Chu Kang Stadium and Choa Chu Kang Swimming pool is also facilitated to resident.