Lentor Modern is located at Yio Chu Kang district (D26) along Lentor Central. The showroom viewing is expected to be in the vicinity.
With the introduction of the Thomson-East Coast Line (TEL), Lentor Modern has an integrated doorstep access to Lentor MRT Station. This provides improved connectivity to the eastern side of Singapore and reduce commute times. Orchard Road, Great World City, Shenton Way, Gardens By The Bay, the proposed Founders' Memorial, Tanjong Katong, and Siglap will all be accessible via the TEL.
Refer to Thomson East Coast Line Brochure (Click to download)
The 320-hectare Seletar Aerospace Park is one of the consolidation efforts to consolidate Research and Development of the aerospace industry, which will greatly support Singapore’s vision to become a giant and strong global aviation hub.
There is a spectrum of space solutions within the aerospace park to cater to the needs of MNCs, SMEs and start-ups throughout their stages of growth. JTC aerospace offers “plug-and-play” land-based modular spaces for companies to set up their operations quickly; and the multi-tenanted JTC Aviation One and Two provide small and medium spaces for SMEs.
The Seletar Regional Centre and Aerospace park is slated and planning meticulously to become a major employment node for residents and people living in the North and North East.
Thomson Nature Park, located between Old Upper Thomson Road and Upper Thomson Road to the east of the Central Catchment Nature Reserve (CCNR), joins existing nature parks such as Springleaf and Windsor Nature Parks to increase the green buffer for the CCNR.
Explore the 3.8-kilometer path network that circles the former village's road system. They've been carefully curated to provide visitors an understanding of how people lived in the kampung days, as well as the many floral and faunal species found in Thomson Nature Park.
The Lower Peirce Reservoir, Singapore's second-oldest reservoir, was completed in 1912 by impounding the Kallang River's upper reaches. The forest that lines its banks is classified as a mature secondary rainforest, with abundant rubber trees and oil palms - tangible memories of a time when Singapore was blanketed in plantations.
The Central Catchment Nature Reserve includes the Lower Peirce Nature Trail Boardwalk. This Nature Boardwalk runs along the border of Lower Peirce Reservoir and through one of Singapore's last surviving mature secondary secondary woods. Many kinds of birds, mammals, insects, and other animals that are adapted to the forest environment call it home.