1. Where is Jurong?
Jurong is situated in Singapore’s western region and comprises several planning areas – namely, Jurong East, Jurong West, Boon Lay and Pioneer. Once a solely industrial estate, Jurong is now one of the most densely-populated industrial areas in Singapore. Though further away from the city, Jurong remains connected to the rest of the island via three highways.
2. What are some of the attractions near Jurong?
Jurong provides an abundance of retail, dining and entertainment options. Some local favourites include:
- Westgate: As the only mall connected to both Jurong East MRT station and Jurong East bus interchange, Westgate is an accessible family mall that houses seven floors of retail outlets. It also boasts the largest rooftop mall playground in Singapore – perfect for a weekend outing with the kids!
- JCube: Apart from being another large mall with plenty of shopping and dining options, JCube is also home to the first IMAX theatre in a suburb and the first Olympic-sized ice rink in Singapore.
- Jurong Bird Park: A national pride, Jurong Bird Park is the largest bird park in the world, housing about 5,000 birds of 400 species. One of Singapore’s must-sees, the park is a world-famous tourist attraction and is popular among local families as well.
3. Why rent a car in Jurong?
Buying a car can be a heavy and costly commitment for some. Thus, renting provides a much cheaper option for you to start driving a car with ease. Plan your trip around Jurong or explore other areas in Singapore without the hassle of taking public transport. You can also style your ride by choosing a car that fits your needs. Hop onto any of the three expressways connected to Jurong and head to the city centre within minutes!
4. How much does car rental in Jurong Cost?
At Cars and Trips, we partner with local car vendors and services to offer a wide selection of car rental in Singapore. From luxury to economy-level vehicles, you will find the right one for your needs. Browse our listings to book a car rental near you in Jurong!