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Tuas is a planning area located within the West Region of Singapore. It is also home to port facilities. Famous tourist attractions found here include former Tuas TV world site, Jurong Birdpark, LegoLand and Haw Par Villa. End your day at the best Tuas hotels that can be found here.

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Tuas Crescent, Tuas West Road

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The best cities to visit in Tuas are Tiong Bahru, Orchard, Tengah, Bugis, Changi, Lavender, Chinatown, Marina Bay, Clarke Quay, Geylang

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Tuas is a planning area located within the West Region of Singapore. It is bounded by the Western Water Catchment to its north, Pioneer to its east and the Straits of Johor to its west. Tuas also shares a maritime boundary with the Western Islands planning area to its east. In addition to the sprawling Tuas Industrial Estate, Tuas is also home to port facilities. Famous landmarks include the Republic of Singapore Navy’s 28-hectare Tuas Naval Base; a golf course that is part of the Raffles Country Club along Jalan Ahmad Ibrahim; and the Second Link, a bridge that connects Singapore and Malaysia.

How to Get there

By Train

4 MRT stations opened on the East-West Lineas part of the Tuas West Extension to serve the area. The 4 MRT stations are Gul Circle, Tuas Crescent, Tuas West Road and Tuas Link

Tourist Attractions

The Malaysia–Singapore Second Link

The Malaysia–Singapore Second Link is a bridge connecting Singapore and Johor, Malaysia. In Singapore, it is officially known as the Tuas Second Link. The bridge was built to reduce the traffic congestion at the Johor–Singapore Causeway. The bridge supports a dual-three lane carriageway linking Kampong Ladang at Tanjung Kupang, Johor to Jalan Ahmad Ibrahim at Tuas, Singapore. The total length of the bridge over water is 1,920 metres. At Malaysian side, the bridge is connected to the Second Link Expressway also known as Linkedua Expressway, which links from Senai North Interchange at North-South Expressway, Senai Airport and Taman Perling, Johor Bahru via its extension known as Johor Bahru Parkway. In Singapore, the bridge connects to the Ayer Rajah Expressway.

Maxout Hydrosports

Maxout Hydrosports is a watersports centre in the West part of Singapore. They offer four stunning water sites all belong to the company, so patrons don’t have to worry about fighting for space. Plus, being miles away from civilisation helps - you won’t have to worry if that is your first experience with such kind of water sport either.

The idea behind Maxout Hydrosports came about in late 1996 when a couple of good friends and the owner decided to introduce a different aspect to the predominantly water ski based watersport industry. This sport aims to provide a complete lifestyle alternative for like-minded individuals, somewhere where you could get away from the hustle and bustle of the urban lifestyle and get back to nature and the outdoors. Most importantly, the fantastic team of friendly, experienced and knowledgeable managers, hosts and instructors who make it their business to ensure all of our guests have a great time whenever they visit Maxout Hydrosports.

Raffles Marina

If you wonder other places you could explore in the west of Singapore, then you might want to check out Raffles Marina. The nearest MRT station is Tuas Link Station which was built right in front of the gate of Raffles Marina Club House. You may enter Raffles Marina Club House even though you are a non-member and you also can dine at their restaurants and pubs. Raffles Marina Club House offers boating services and facilitate plenty of yachts, including many megayachts! You may also enjoy the beautiful sunset facing the beautiful beach with plenty of yachts and a mega yacht. Also, Raffles Marina lighthouse situated at the border of Singapore and Malaysia, overseeing the Tuas Second Link causeway to Malaysia wait for the night to come and gaze at the lights of the second link Tuas causeway bridge together with the lighthouse. It makes a romantic landscape for sure. For your dining experience, you can enjoy a good mix of Asian and Western cuisine here at Raffles Marina. If you choose the Alfresco dining, then you can also have a good view of the jetty and sunset.

Singapore Zoo

Set in a rainforest environment, Singapore Zoo is home to over 2,800 animals from over 300 species of mammals, birds and reptiles. The park also boasts the world's first free-ranging orangutan habitat in a zoo. Delight in an exciting outdoor feast at Jungle Breakfast with Wildlife, an internationally acclaimed, award-winning programme that offers exhilarating experience with orangutans. The fun is endless with interesting animal presentations, photography with animals and more! The zoo is about 20 km from Tuas area.

Tuas Amenity Centre

Tuas Amenity Centre is a 2-storey amenity centre that houses a clinic; mini mart; food court; cafes; barber shop; etc.; surrounded by a good mix of white and blue collar workers for your daily convenient. Tuas Amenity Centre is strategically located at 71 Pioneer Rd, Singapore 639591.

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