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Bishan is a neighbourhood of the city-state of Singapore situated in the Central Region, measuring approximately three by three kilometres. Primarily a housing estate, Flats here are generally more expensive compared to other estates due to its location in the central region, which commands a higher price over other estates that are further away from the city.


Bishan derived its name from the large Cantonese burial ground, commonly known as Peck San Theng (), which means "pavilions on the green". The burial ground was established in 1870 by immigrants who largely came from the three prefectures of Kwong Chow Fu (广州府, Cantonese), Wai Chow Fu (惠州府, Hakka) and Siew Heng Fu (肇庆府, Cantonese) in Guangdong Province, China.


Bishan is connected to the rest of Singapore via the Central Expressway. In addition, it has its own Mass Rapid Transit station, the Bishan MRT Station, on the North South Line and Circle Line. Bishan also has a bus interchange, with SBS Transit services 52, 53, 54, 55, 56, 57, 58, 59 and 410. Bus services 13, 88,156 and 162 runs along Bishan Road.


Currently, Bishan contains four primary schools, seven secondary schools, one junior college and a post-secondary technical education institution that are part of Singapore's education system.

Ministry of Education Language Centre (MOELC) is also located in Bishan, the other campus being located in Ghim Moh.

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