Holland Village MRT Station (CC21) is an underground station along the Circle Line (CCL) Stage 4, situated inside the Leedon Park arranging subzone. It is builded under the junction of Holland Avenue and Holland Road, alongside the Holland Village neighborhood, which the station gets its name.
Holland Village MRT Station
Holland Village gets its name from the Holland Road, thusly named an early inhabitant, Hugh Holland, a very much regarded engineer known for his acting pursuits. The region was once home to European regular citizen populaces is still viewed today as an exile social enclave inside an up market private home, loaded up with restaurants, drinking foundations and authority shops well known with ostracizes and young local people alike. Aside from Holland Village MRT Station itself, the station essentially serves private homes, for example, private homes near Leedon Park and Chip Bee Park, and in addition HBD lands around Holland Drive. Near schools, and places of worship are also there.
2 Platforms at Holland Village MRT Station
Holland Village stations which is near to Van Holland freehold condo by KBD Ventures have two platforms or stages in an island platform. Full-stature Platform screen doors seclude the cool air-conditioned station from the passage environment, improving suburbanite security and station comfort. An arrangement of stairs, escalators and a lift interconnected the platform level to the concourse level one story above. With the concourse folding over the platform, an extensive inside space is made around the center of the platform, giving the impression of roominess. Traveler Information Systems, which are plasma show screens situated at every platform, show expected train arrival times and key messages. Tactual flooring helps to escort the visually-handicapped from the platform to the exits of the station.
Passenger Centre at Holland Village MRT Station
The station concourse at Basement 1 include fare doors for programmed passage gathering and gives access among paid and unpaid zones of the station, with one bidirectional wide-swinging door to serve travelers in-wheelchairs and those conveying bulky things or going with prams. General Ticketing Machines enable travelers to buy tickets for single or multiple trips, and alongside Top-up Machines, offer card transactions contact-less. The station office works as a Passenger Service Center, and is staffed amid working hours, where travelers may make travel request or perform card exchanges using cash money transactions. Toilets are situated at concourse level, close to the Passenger Service Center. Retail shops are situated inside unpaid regions of the concourse.
This fine art reflects the way of life and heart of Holland Village. Holland Vill has a diverse traffic of expatriates, heart-landers and youth. It has in vogue bistros and old-world appeal or looks, clamoring zones and calm retreats. Here the legendary Windmill helps you to remember Holland, yet this ‘Holland’ is truly named after Hugh Holland.