Jurong West Central is a sub-zone of Jurong.[1] This is the town centre of Jurong West.



There are 4 main roads in this sub-zone. These include Boon Lay Way, Jalan Boon Lay, Jurong West Avenue 4 and 2 (which connects to PIE exit 34) and Pioneer Road North (AYE exit 18 and PIE exit 38). These main roads form the boundary of this sub-zone, which branch out to the 8 minor roads (Streets and Centrals) within the area.

Public TransportEdit


The East West Line threads through the sub-zone along Street 63, with 2 stations (Boon Lay and Pioneer), situated at the Eastern and Western ends of the sub-zone. By 2025, there will be Jurong Region Line, which would ply through the eastern end of the sub-zone.


The Boon Lay Bus Interchange is situated here, along Central 3, within Jurong Point Shopping Centre and next to Boon Lay MRT Station. These include the night service N174 that run during the late nights when MRT and bus services are not in operation.


Jurong Central Park is located at the intersection of Boon Lay Way, where the park has more play areas, together with the SAFRA Clubhouse at Jurong where there is a swimming pool nearby, as well as the McDonald's outlet. This is where Daisy Ang had brought Chloe Mok for the first swim in June 2016.

The Jurong West Sports and Recreation Centre is situated at the western fringe of the subzone. The Frontier Community Club is situated next to Jurong Point and is with Jurong West Public Library.


There are 2 shopping malls in this sub-zone, namely Jurong Point and Pioneer Mall.


There are 4 education institutions here, namely Jurong West Primary School, Jurong West Secondary School, Frontier Primary School, Boon Lay Secondary School, West Grove Primary School and River Valley High School.


There are a total of 188 housing blocks in this sub-zone. Most of the flats were built in 1999 – 2000, and earthworks had begun on 18 June 1995.

Public ApartmentsEdit

HDB estates at N6Edit

Street Estate name Blocks Quantity Note
62/65 601-613 13
61/62/65 617-637 21 The town centre for Pioneer constituency is located here.
61 639-647, 648A-648D, 649A-649B, 650A-650C 18
61 651A-651B, 652A-652C, 653A-653C, 654A-654C, 655A-655B 13
61/65 656A-656D, 657A-657B, 658A-658D 10
65/64 659A-659D, 650A-650D, 661A-661D, 662A-662D 16
62/64 663A-663D, 664A-664D, 665A-665B, 666A-666B 12
65/64 667A-667D, 668A-668D, 669A-669B 12
65 670A, 671A-671C, 672A, 673A-673C, 674A-674B 10
64 Edelweiss@Jurong 675A-675B, 676A-676B, 677A-677C, 678A-678D 11
64/Central 1 679A-679C, 680A-680C, 681A-681C, 682A-682C, 683A-683C, 684A-684C, 685A-685C, 686A-686C 24
Central 1/3 Jurong Point Estate 687-696 10
Central 2/3 Jurong West Blossom 697A-697C, 698A-698C 6

The Public Apartments and the associated infrastructure are managed and maintained by West Coast Town Council.

Private HousingEdit

Street Estate name Block Quantity Note
Central 3 The Centris 65/7/9, 71/3/5/7/9, 81/3/5/7 12 Integrated with Jurong Point and Boon Lay Bus Interchange


The northern portion is referred to Boon Lay constituency, part of the West Coast GRC. Its MP is Patrick Tay. The southern portion is referred to Pioneer constituency. Its MP is Cedric Foo. Both portions are separated by Street 61/2 and Central 1.


External linksEdit

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