In Franklin and Jackson's Plan of Singapore (1830), the place name Senoko was found and referred to the "River Simko" or Sungei Senoko in Malay. The river is now merged into Sungei Sembawang, which currently has the mouth of the former Sungei Senoko.
|SMRT Buses Trunk Services|
|981||Sembawang Bus Interchange||Senoko Industrial Estate||Operates from Sembawang to Senoko during morning peak
Operates from Senoko to Sembawang during evening peak
- Victor R Savage, Brenda S A Yeoh (2004), Toponymics - A Study of Singapore Street Names, Eastern University Press, ISBN 981-210-364-3
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