Anchorvale

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Anchorvale
Subzone of Sengkang Planning Area
Name transcription(s)
 • Chinese安谷
 • Pinyināngǔ
Anchorvale is located in Singapore
Anchorvale
Anchorvale
Location of Anchorvale within Singapore
Coordinates: 1°23′33.45″N 103°53′20.63″E / 1.3926250°N 103.8890639°E / 1.3926250; 103.8890639Coordinates: 1°23′33.45″N 103°53′20.63″E / 1.3926250°N 103.8890639°E / 1.3926250; 103.8890639
CountrySingapore
A landmark at Anchorvale.

Anchorvale is a neighbourhood of Sengkang New Town in Singapore which is located between Sungei Punggol and Compassvale. The house numbers of the public apartment blocks in Anchorvale begin with the number '3' (3xx). These housing estates were fully completed by the Housing and Development Board (HDB) in 2001.

Educational institutions[edit]

Primary schools

  • Anchor Green Primary School 安泰小学 Website
  • Nan Chiau Primary School 南侨小学 Website
  • Springdale Primary School 康德小学 Website

Secondary schools

Places of worship[edit]

Churches

  • Sengkang Methodist Church

Chinese temples

  • Chee Hwan Kog Temple
  • Nanyang Thong Hong Siang Tng Temple
  • Puat Jit Buddhist Temple

Other facilities[edit]

Public transport[edit]

The Anchorvale neighbourhood is linked to Sengkang Bus Interchange, Sengkang MRT/LRT Station and Compassvale Bus Interchange at the town centre via bus services originating from the Sengkang Bus Interchange, Compassvale Bus Interchange and other parts of the island. The west loop of the Sengkang LRT Line also serves the area, at the Cheng Lim, Farmway, Tongkang and Renjong LRT stations.

Service 110, which plies between Compassvale Bus Interchange and Changi Airport, connects residents to the 4 airport terminals and the bus stops along TPE after Punggol Road. It also serves as an alternate service towards the airport for residents living at the town centre, and Fernvale residents living close to Anchorvale.

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Housing estates
Educational institutions
Places of worship
Other amenities