Mei Ling Street

Mei Ling Street is located in the Queenstown. The area was named after Queen Elizabeth II to mark her coronation ceremony in 1953. It was the first residential area that was taken up by the Singapore’s government to be tested for public housing initiatives for Singapore. There are approximately 28.4K residential units and about 94.9K residents enjoy their lives in the Queenstown. There are many new developments taking place in the Queenstown estate and all the amenities are present in the area. It is a great place for living and the residents can enjoy food, get health facilities and travel to anywhere in the city easily. Just like all the greatly planned HDB estates, Queenstown has everything to make the lives of the residents comfortable and enjoyable. Queenstown real estate market shows incredible growth and the property in the area is continuously booming, making it ideal for living and investing for commercial purposes.


There are 20 blocks of HDBs available in the Mei Ling Street with the minimum postal code of 140143 and the maximum postal code of 142160. Many new developments have taken place since the origin of Mei Ling Street. The newest development was constructed in the year 1995 while the oldest one was developed in the year of 1970. There are 2100 HDB units in the area. The residential developments of the area typically offer 1 bedroom, 2 bedroom, 3 bedroom, 4 bedroom, 5 bedrooms and executive units in the area. The area offers all the major facilities and features to its residents so that the residents do not have to worry about anything while residing in the area and can enjoy their lifestyle accordingly to their needs.


The residents of the Mei Ling Street do not have to worry about moving to and from the Mei Ling Street as it provides a great array of road and railway transport networks. The residents of the Mei Ling Street can easily use bus stations near the area such as the Blk 157 bus stop, Blk 153 bus stop, Opp Queens bus stop, Queenstown Stn Exit A/D Bus stop, Tiong Ghee Tp bus stop, Blk 53A CP Bus Stop, Blk 163 bus stop, Blk 158 bus stop and Blk 166 Bus Stop to travel to and from the location.


Furthermore, there are three MRT stations in the vicinity as well, such as Queenstown MRT Station, Commonwealth MRT Station and One North MRT Station using which the residents can move to any destination in the city or come back to their location. The residents of the Mei Ling Street do not have to worry about the accessibility of the location. It does not matter if you are moving using MRT/LRT or your own car. For those who have their own cars and love to drive, the can easily reach the development as it is connected to major roads and highways of the area. 


The residents of the Mei Ling Street can live a great life with their family members. Whether both parents are working or whether the family wants to enjoy, everything is easily available in the area. Mei Ling Street is a great location for living together with family and has many day care centers, primary schools and secondary schools available as well in the area.


Day Care Centers:

  • Top Marks
  • PCF Queenstown
  • Society of Moral Charities


Primary & Secondary Schools:

  • Learning Needs Centre
  • Vietnam Language Centre
  • True Way Presbyterian Kindergarten
  • V21 Learning Hub


Mei Ling Street has all the facilities to enjoy urban and modern lifestyle. The residents do not have to worry about anything in the location and can enjoy a modern urban lifestyle in the area. Everything is easily accessible in the area. Other than its strategic location, the area is surrounded with plenty of amenities. From shopping centers to parks and from entertainment centers to religious areas, the residents can enjoy everything. The area is full of notable places containing parks, dining places and shopping malls.


Recreational Parks:

  • Alexandra Canal Linear Park
  • Sky Garden
  • Ecopark Rumah Tinggi
  • Tanglin Halt Garden


Shopping Malls:

  • Anchorpoint Shopping Centre
  • Queensway Shopping Centre


Dine-Out Places:

  • Mei Ling Market
  • Monkey Thai Seafood
  • Yummy Bites
  • Janbo


The developers in the area made sure that their developments become a landmark for future developments and attract people from all over the city. There are many other great developments in the area, making the area attractive and charming. Mei Ling Street is also connected to other HDB streets such as Mei Chin Road and Stirling Road.

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