Clementi is an arranging zone and private town situated at the easternmost edge of the West Region of Singapore. The town fringes Bukit Batok toward the north, Bukit Timah toward the upper east, Queenstown toward the east and Jurong East toward the west.
"Clementi" got its name from 'Clementi Road', the principle movement course that still keeps running into the region right up 'til the present time. It was once known as 'Reformatory Road' as there was a young men's home arranged along the street. In 1947, the Singapore Rural Board talked about renaming the street. Their unique aim was to name it after Sir Hugh Clifford, however it was in the long run named as Clementi Road. It is for the most part recommended that the street was named after Sir Cecil Clementi Smith, who was the main British High Commissioner in the Straits Settlements. Be that as it may, it is additionally conceivable that the street was named after Sir Cecil Clementi, another previous Governor of the Straits Settlements 1930– 33 who started the development of the Kallang Airport.
Clementi has a swimming complex and a games lobby for badminton or table tennis situated close to the MRT station. The Clementi Stadium, with a limit of 4,000 and West Coast Recreation Center are situated close West Coast Road and can be seen from the Ayer Rajah Expressway. West Coast Park and Clementi Woods Park are arranged further far from the focal zone yet are as yet available by transport. Clementi is overhauled by a few instructive offices, some of which have a long history.
Clementi New Town is served by Clementi MRT Station EW23 on the East West MRT Line and transport administrations to Clementi Bus Interchange and distinctive parts of the town. The Clementi Bus Interchange is utilized for the most part by SBS Transit and Tower Transit. Clementi Bus Interchange had moved incidentally on 29 October 2006 preceding the aerated and cooled transport exchange opens in 26 November 2011.
Currency: Dollars - SGD Pincode of Clementi: 120105 Language : English, Mandarin, Malay Weather: Summer 30°C to 33°C Winter 25°C to 29°C