Granite played an important role in the construction industry in Singapore during the 1970s and early 1980s as a huge part of roads and public housing were constructed with granite.

Seng Chew Quarry

Seng Chew Quarry Walking TrailThe entrance to the Seng Chew Quarry

Seng Chew Quarry Hidden lake“No Fishing” sign at Seng Chew Quarry

The granite used was mined from quarries located around the island and one of the quarries which would still be explorable would be the lesser known Seng Chew Quarry.

Seng Chew Quarry SingaporeThe abandoned quarry lake at Bukit Gombak

Abandoned Seng Chew Quarry Lake

An abandoned granite quarry located near Bukit Gombak MRT. Compared to other quarries located here on our little island, Seng Chew Quarry does not have a designated path to follow to get in. This would give the people a “sense of adventure” when they search for the quarry.

Seng Chew Quarry No Fishing

Seng Chew Quarry LakeSeng Chew Quarry Lake after rain

Seng Chew Quarry Scenic ViewBird’s eye view of Seng Chew Quarry

How to Get to Seng Chew Quarry Singapore

Entrance to Seng Chew QuarryWalk along this drain to reach Seng Chew Quarry

Address: Behind 383 Bukit Batok West Ave 5, Singapore 650383
Bus: 945, 991
Nearest MRT: Bukit Gombak MRT
Opening Hours: 24 hours
Admission: FREE

Nearby places to check out:

Other Quarries to check out:

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