West Region, Singapore

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Planning Regions, with West Region

The West Region of Singapore is one of the five regions in the city-state. Comprising 25,500 hectares of land area,[1] it is the largest of all regions, it includes twelve urban planning areas and has at least a population of over 1 million. As its name implies, it is the westernmost region of Singapore. The region includes the Western Water Catchment and the Western Islands.

Urban planning areas in West Region[edit]

The 12 planning areas include[1]

Other Major Areas in the Western Region[edit]

Statistics[edit]

As of 2008, there are[1]

  • 250,000 homes
  • 590ha of green spaces linked by 30 km of park connectors

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External links[edit]

Panoramic view of West Region, Singapore, from the look-out tower on Jurong Hill. Jurong Industrial Estate lies in the foreground.