Telok Blangah MRT Station

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Telok Blangah MRT Station
தெலுக் பிளாங்கா
Stesen MRT Telok Blangah
Rapid transit
Entrance to Telok Blangah MRT station.
Station statistics
Address 463 Telok Blangah Road
Singapore 109028
Coordinates 1°16′14″N 103°48′35″E / 1.270572°N 103.809678°E / 1.270572; 103.809678
Connections Bus, Taxi
Structure type Underground
Levels 2
Platforms Island
Tracks 2
Other information
Opened 8 October 2011
Accessible Handicapped/disabled access
Station code  CC28 
Operator SMRT Trains (SMRT Corporation)
Preceding station   Mass Rapid Transit   Following station
towards Dhoby Ghaut
Circle Line

Telok Blangah MRT Station (CC28) is an underground Mass Rapid Transit station on the Circle Line in Singapore.

Art in Transit[edit]

The artwork featured under the Art in Transit programme is Notes Towards A Museum Of Cooking Pot Bay by Michael Lee. Located on the lift shaft in the station, the artwork intertwines monuments, pop culture elements, real-life people (including the artist himself) and fantastical elements in a massive concept map which, as the title suggests, aims to contribute to a museum of "Cooking Pot Bay", which is a translation of "Telok Blangah".[1]

Station layout[edit]

L2 Overhead Bridge
L1 Street Level Telok Blangah Road
B1 Concourse Faregates, Ticketing Machines, Station Control, Transitlink Counter
B2 Platform A Circle Line towards  CC29  NE1  HarbourFront (→)
Island platform, doors will open on the right
Platform B Circle Line towards  CC1  NS24  NE6  Dhoby Ghaut via  CC27  Labrador Park (←)


There is only one exit (A) at Telok Blangah MRT Station, to connect to Telok Blangah Drive.

Transport connections[edit]


Destination First Train Last Train
Mon – Sat Sunday &
Public Holiday
Circle Line
to CC1 Dhoby Ghaut 5.32am 5.54am 11.06pm
to CC29 HarbourFront 5.44am 6.08am 11.46pm
to CC7 Mountbatten 11.43pm
to CC12 Bartley 12.06am


  1. ^ Martin, Mayo. "Circle Line Art! The final destination(s)! A sneak peek!". For Art's Sake!. TODAYonline Blogs. Retrieved 11 October 2011. 

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