Pasir Ris 8 Location

The upcoming Pasir Ris 8 can be found near Pasir Ris Central and Pasir Ris Drive. It is situated in a mature neighborhood in Pasir Ris Central along with several different amenities. Pasir Ris 8 also provides some nice walkways to both the Pasir Ris MRT and bus interchange. It is also important to note that this project covers an area of 409068.42 square feet and that it provides 480 spacious units to potential buyers.

Pasir Ris 8 Map

Artist Impression of Pasir Ris 8 and its surrounding

Residents in Pasir Ris 8 enjoy seamless connectivity to Bus Interchange, MRT and Retail Malls beneath

Pasir Ris 8 takes only 8-10 min drive to reach airport. With the newly completed Project Jewel and on-going Terminal 5 expansion, more employment will be drawn to the area in the next decade. Not only that, Pasir Ris 8 is close to Tampines Regional Center as well as Loyang Industry estate.

Coming to 2029, with the completion of 1st phase of Cross-island Line linking Changi to Bright Hill, Pasir Ris station will become an Interchange. The new line will shorten journey time to other parts of Singapore by upto 70 mins, it will also serve as alternative to East-West Line when it’s fully completed.

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    Amenities around Pasir Ris 8

    MRT Stations

    MRT Station Approx Distance
    Pasir Ris MRT (EW1) 0.03km
    Pasir Ris East (CR4) 1.39km
    Loyang (CR3) 1.48km
    Upper Changi (DT34) 1.86km

    Shopping Malls

    Shopping Malls Approx Distance
    White Sands Mall 0.03km
    Downtown East 1.39km
    Loyang Point 2.5km
    Tampines Mall 1.86km
    IKEA 3.7km


    Schools Approx Distance
    Elias Park Primary School 0.6km
    Hai Sing Catholic School 0.85km
    Meridian Secondary School 1.2km
    Park View Primary School 1.5km
    Loyang View Secondary School 1.6km
    Pasir Ris Primary School 2.0km
    White Sands Primary School 2.0km
    Overseas Family School 2.2km

    Childcare Centres

    Childcare Centres Approx Distance
    Metropolitan UMCA Student Care 0.65km
    Acom Student Care Centre 1.3km
    Treasure Box Child Development 1.4km
    The Crystal Circle Early Learning Centre 1.6km
    Edelweiss 21 Childcare 2.2km
    Young Talent Childcare & Development 2.9km


    Supermarket Approx Distance
    NTUC (Fairprice Whitesands) 0.02km
    Sheng Siong (527 Pasir Ris) 0.69km
    Fairprice (Downtown) 1km
    Sheng Siong (Elias Mall) 1.3km
    Raw Market Convenience 1.5km
    Giant (440 Pasir Ris Dr) 1.9km

    Food Centre

    Food Centre Approx Distance
    Koufu (Whitesands) 0.02km
    Pasir Ris Hawker Centre 0.1km
    NTUC Food Fare 0.8km
    Coffee Express 2000 1.2km
    Indian Muslim Food 1.2km
    Elias Mall 1.3km
    Loyang Point 2.2km
    Koufu (Tampines) 2.9km


    Parks Approx Distance
    Pasir Ris Town Park 0.45km
    Pasir Ris Park 0.65km
    Pasir Ris Dog Run 1.3km
    Brontonsaur Park 1.6km
    Pasir Ris Park Costa Lawn 1.7km
    Tampines Eco Green 2.5km


    Activities Approx Distance
    Pasir Ris Fishing Pond 0.65km
    Tayo Station 0.9km
    eXplorerKid Family Park 0.9km
    Wild Wild Wet 1.1km

    History of Pasir Ris

    Pasir Ris is a development area situated on the eastern side of Singapore. It borders with regions such as Sungei Serangoon, Upper Changi Road North, Tampines Expressway, and Serangoon Harbour. The area was formerly known for its kampongs and villages with little developments and as a popular destination for water skiing during the 1950s.

    The name Pasir Ris is a Malay name for “white sand” that refers to the stretch of white sandy beaches lining the northeastern coast of Singapore. Its thought that the name comes from the shortening of Pasir Iris, with Pasir implying “sand” and Iris is referring to “to shred”. The name first came about in 1852 when a tiger reportedly killed a headman’s son.

    Some of the kampongs that used to occupy the area in the early days include Kampong Bahru, Kampong Pasir Ris, and a number of Chinese kampongs situated along Elias Road. This region was popular due to its plantation estates such as Loh Lam Estate, Singapore United Plantations, Thai Min Estate, and Hun Yeang Estate.

    Around the 1950s to 1970s, many people visited the beach in Pasir Ris for water skiing. Pasir Ris Hotel was also a popular venue for holding parties and various gatherings. Towards the end of the 1980s, the government developed Pasir Ris New Town, Aloha Loyang resorts and the Costa Sands.

    Today, Pasir Ris consists of 7 sub-zones and occupies a total of about 1,533 ha. Some of the key areas popular with locals are the Downtown East and NTUC entertainment hub.

    The undeveloped spaces were later allocated for recreational, industrial and residential use in a bid to develop the area. It was planned to be a coastal residential area featuring waterfront recreational facilities. The Housing and Development Board (HDB) built flats, and the first residents moved in 1988. The town’s population has since grown to register 111,000 HDB residents by March 2015.

    The 2014 East Region Master Plan included the development of a cycling route network in the region that will enhance sustainable transport. The routes will allow residents to connect from their workplaces to home and amenities easily. They also link major parks and towns, including Pasir Ris, Bedok, and Tampines.

    Currently, the town is receiving a facelift as it clocks 30 years old since it was developed. The plans are intended to rejuvenate Pasir Ris and make it more livable. HDB recently launched a megaproject on an about 3.8 ha hectare land. The land is situated at Pasir Ris town and close to the MRT. It is a “white site” for mixed development featuring integrated bus interchange, a town plaza, polyclinic and approximately 600 private condo units.

    The addition of private housing in this area makes it appealing for living. Amenities are conveniently located, and the environment is calm, which makes Pasir Ris a perfect place for residents to get away from the busy day to day life and relax in a serene environment.

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