Ang Mo Kio is a planning area and residential town situated in the North-East Region of Singapore. Ang Mo Kio is the third most populated arranging region in the North-East Region and positions eighth as far as populace in the nation overall. The arranging region is situated at the south-western corner of the North-East Region, flanked by the arranging zones of Yishun toward the north, Sengkang toward the north-east, Serangoon toward the east, Bishan toward the south and the Central Water Catchment toward the west. The huge commercialization of the Ang Mo Kio all through mid 1980s likewise observed the ascent of neighborhood new companies that stay noticeable all through Ang Mo Kio Town Center today. One specifically in the long run wound up one of Singapore's biggest general store chains, Sheng Siong.
Ang Mo Kio today, much like its neighboring towns, is to a great extent urbanized, with next to zero hint of its unique nature. Be that as it may, parks are as yet pervasive in the town as a major aspect of the nation's green activity. Said parks incorporate Ang Mo Kio Town Garden East and Ang Mo Kio Town Garden West. In spite of the fact that not in fact situated inside Ang Mo Kio itself, Bishan-Ang Mo Kio Park in the contiguous town of Bishan, was revived in 2012 to serve occupants of the two towns. The recreation center itself straddles along the Ang Mo Kio– Bishan limit, making it effortlessly open from Ang Mo Kio.