Some expressways well-connected to Gems Ville Condo
Conveniently located in District 14 along Geylang Lorong 13, Gems Ville is a unique freehold condominium with shared amenities. This modern beauty, scheduled for completion in 2025, draws attention away from the surrounding urban area with its clear façade. Residents can look forward to having access to a wide range of amenities in the area, not limited to cafes, pubs, local gourmet alternatives and casual cafes. This new address is a gem in the heart of Geylang, however this new apartment is a bit far from both Kallang and Aljunied MRT for commuters who need to go to the East West Line. For the Central Line, Geylang Bahru MRT is one option and for the Circle Line, Mountbatten MRT would be the closest option.
Connecting highways including KPE and PIE provide easy access to other parts of the island, providing residents of Gems Ville Condo with access to many neighborhoods. Furthermore, Nicoll Expressway takes only 10 minutes to reach Singapore's Central Business District. No matter where you're going, there's a good chance you'll be able to get from one point to another using easily accessible public transport. If you're driving, three nearby motorways and a major freeway will give you a seamless commute to work or anywhere else. What's more, you'll be spoiled for choice with a wide variety of local and international culinary options available to them, all within walking distance of their accommodation. From eateries, restaurants, cafes to seafood, you can have it all within a 10-minute walk. Along with that, essential services such as banks, supermarkets, pharmacies, clinics and convenience stores are also scattered in the vicinity, for easy access.
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Gems Ville is very close to Nicoll Highway, it only takes 10 minutes to go to Singapore's Central Business District
Another advantage is that residents of Gems Ville Residences can get to the KPE (Kallang-Paya Lebar Expressway) and the PIE (Pan Island Expressway) quickly. The new 12-km Kallang Paya - Lebar Expressway (KPE) runs from the East Coast Parkway (ECP) in the south to the Tampines Expressway (TPE) in the northeast. It includes 8.5 kilometers (5.28 miles) of tunnels, making it the longest underground highway in Southeast Asia. KPE is a two-way expressway, with 3 lanes in each direction and 8 interchanges. Along with the Northeast Line, KPE serves the growing population of the Northeast Corridor and provides alternative routes between the city and properties in the North of the island. The Central Expressway (CTE) is expected to open to traffic, which is the only expressway currently serving the area.
Alternatively, residents can access the East Coast Parkway through the ECP. It is known that this is a highway running along the Southeast coast of Singapore. The expressway is approximately 20 km (12 mi) long and connects Singapore Changi Airport, to the east, with the Benjamin Sheares Bridge, to the south of the main island. It also connects to the Marina Coastal Expressway and has an interchange with the Pan Island Expressway at the Changi Overpass, approximately 1 km (0.62 mi) from the east end of the highway.
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