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Singapore Hotels on Macpherson Road




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    About Macpherson Road:

  • Macpherson Road starts from the junctions of Pan Island Expressway, Jalan Kolam Ayer, Upper Serangoon Road, Bendemeer Road, Serangoon Road and ends at Paya Lebar Road intersecting with Tai Thong Crescent, Jalan Wangi, Upper Aljunied Road, Aljunied Road, Jalan Gembira, Jalan Muhibbah, Kampong Ampat, Happy Avenue, Jalan Angerek, Kallang Pudding Road, Tannery Road, Lorong Pendek, Genting Road, Lorong Bakar Batu, Jalan Belangkas, Macpherson Lane, Harvey Road, Davidson Road, Howard Road and Playfair Road.

    It is a one of the major roads to many small to medium size manufacturing and service based companies, in light to medium industries. It also has a small public housing estate, restaurants, eateries, pubs along the stretch of road.

    Streets/Roads Near Macpherson Road:

  • Pan Island Expressway, Jalan Kolam Ayer, Upper Serangoon Road, Bendemeer Road, Serangoon Road, Paya Lebar Road, Tai Thong Crescent, Jalan Wangi, Upper Aljunied Road, Aljunied Road, Jalan Gembira, Jalan Muhibbah, Kampong Ampat, Happy Avenue, Jalan Angerek, Kallang Pudding Road, Tannery Road, Lorong Pendek, Genting Road, Lorong Bakar Batu, Jalan Belangkas, Macpherson Lane, Harvey Road, Davidson Road, Howard Road, Playfair Road.

    MRT (Train) Stations Near Macpherson Road:

  • NE10 Potong Pasir

    Distance from Macpherson Road:

  • 15 - 20mins from Central Shopping District, 15-25mins from Central Business District, 20-25mins from Changi Airport.

    * timings depends on which part of the road you are on

    Map of Macpherson Road:

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