Holland Village MRT Station

Holland Village
Station exit A
Languages 荷兰村 | ஹாலந்து வில்லேஜ்
Lines   Circle Line
Operator SMRT
Structure Underground
Platform Island
Opened 8 Oct 2011

Holland Village MRT Station (CC21) is an underground station along the Circle Line (CCL) Stage 4, located within the Leedon Park planning subzone. It is built underneath the junction of Holland Road and Holland Avenue, next to the Holland Village neighborhood, which this station gets its name.

Holland Village takes its name from Holland Road, in turn named an early resident, Hugh Holland, a well-respected architect known for his acting pursuits. The area was once home to European civilian populations and is still regarded today as an expatriate social enclave within an upmarket residential estate, filled with restaurants, drinking establishments and specialist shops popular with expatriates and younger locals alike.

Apart from Holland Village itself, the station primarily serves residential estates, such as private homes around Leedon Park and Chip Bee Gardens, as well as HBD estates around Holland Drive and Holland Close. Nearby schools, and places of worship are also served.

First / Last Train Timings

Circle Line – CC21 Holland Village
Destination First Train Last Train
& Sat
Sun &
Public Holidays
CC1 Dhoby Ghaut 5:40am 6:01am 11:21pm
CC7 Mountbatten 11:58pm
CC12 Bartley 12:21am
CC29 HarbourFront 5:37am 6:01am 11:31pm
CC26 Pasir Panjang 12:02am
CC23 one-north 12:18am

Station Layout

L1 Street level Bus stops, Taxi stand, pick-up/drop-off point
B1 Concourse Faregates, Ticketing Machines, Passenger Service Centre
B2 Platform A Circle Line towards  CC29  NE1  HarbourFront
Platform B Circle Line towards  CC1  NS24  NE6  Dhoby Ghaut

Basement 2 is a service floor and not for public access.


Circle Line (B2):
MRT_rail (2)
Platform B: Circle Line towards  CC1  NS24  NE6  Dhoby Ghaut via  CC20  Farrer Road (→)
Platform A: Circle Line towards  CC29  NE1  HarbourFront via  CC22  EW21  Buona Vista (←)
MRT_rail (2)

Holland Village station has two platforms in an island platform arrangement. Full-height Platform screen doors isolate the air-conditioned station from the tunnel environment, enhancing commuter safety and station comfort. A set of escalators, stairs and a lift connects the platform level to the concourse level one floor above. With the concourse wrapping around the platform, a large interior space is created around the middle of the platform, giving the impression of spaciousness.

Passenger Information Systems, which are plasma display screens located at each platform, display expected train arrival times and key messages. Tactile flooring helps to guide the visually-handicapped from the platform to the station exits.


The station concourse at Basement 1 feature faregates for automatic fare collection and provides access between paid and unpaid areas of the station, with at least one bidirectional wide-swinging gate for the benefit of passengers-in-wheelchairs and those carrying bulky items or travelling with prams.

General Ticketing Machines allow commuters to purchase tickets for single or multiple journeys, and along with Top-up Machines, offer contactless card transactions. The station office functions as a Passenger Service Centre, and is staffed during operating hours, where commuters may make travel inquiries or perform card transactions using cash payment.

Toilets are located at concourse level, near the Passenger Service Centre. Retail shops are located within unpaid areas of the concourse.

Art in Transit: “Holland Beat” by Jeremy Sharma

This artwork reflects the culture and heartbeat of Holland Village. Holland V has a diverse crowd of expatriates, youth and heartlanders. It has trendy cafes and old-world charm, bustling areas and quiet retreats. Here the mythical Windmill reminds you of Holland, but this ‘Holland’ is really named after Hugh Holland, an early resident who was an architect and an amateur actor. An old airline safety card, chosen for its colour scheme and clean lines to match the station interior, inspired its design. Created through a process of drawing, collage and digital manipulation, the final artwork has a very retro contemporary feel about it. The figures are arranged in a way that has a flow and non-linear narrative in relation to space and imagery.


Holland Village MRT station has three exits at ground level (A, B and C), of which only Exit C has lifts providing barrier-free accessibility for the disabled.

Exit Disabled access Location Nearby
A No Holland Avenue
Chip Bee Gardens, Taman Warna, Anglo-Chinese School (International), Raffles Holland V, Warner Court, The Merasaga, Willyn Ville, LOFT @ Holland, Holland Residences, Vietnam Embassy
B No Holland Avenue
Holland Village, Lorong Liput, Lorong Mambong, Holland Village Market and Food Centre, Leedon Park, St. James’ Church, Singapore International Campus (Holland Hostel), Toho Mansions, Urban Edge @ Holland V, The Fort @ Holland, Oei Tiong Ham Park
C Yes Holland Village Shopping Mall Holland Village, Lorong Liput, Lorong Mambong, Holland Village Market and Food Centre, Old Masjid Kampong Holland, Holland Vista, Holland Drive

Station Amenities

  • Public toilets at concourse level
  • ATMs and Self-service machines at concourse level
  • Bicycle racks at station exits

Safety Features

  • Emergency Train Stop buttons on the station platform, when activated, will prevent approaching trains from entering the station, and any train already stopped at the platform will be prevented from moving off.
  • Emergency telephones at station platforms and the intercom system inside the lifts enable commuters to communicate with station staff in the Passenger Service Centre.
  • Emergency door handles allow the platform doors to be opened manually from the train-side in the event of failure.
  • Fire Extinguishers in various locations
  • All escalators equipped with Emergency Stop buttons

Transport Connections

Holland Village station connects to several bus stops in the vicinity, as well as a taxi stand and passenger pick-up point.


There are four official bus stops linked to Holland Village station.

No. Bus stop Exit Bus Routes
B/s 1 11419 – Holland Ave (Holland V Stn Exit A) A 48, 61, 106, 970, NR8
B/s 2 11401 – Holland Ave (Holland V Stn/Blk 12) C 48, 61, 95, 106, 970
B/s 3 11261 – Holland Rd (Holland Village) B 5N, 7, 61, 75, 77, 95, 165, 970
B/s 4 11269 – Holland Rd (Opp Holland Village) B 7, 7B, 61, 75, 77, 165, 970


Taxi stands and pick-up/drop-off points are located next to Circle Line station exits:

Exit Road Provisions
C Holland Avenue (Northbound) Taxi stand
C Lorong Liput Pick-up/drop-off point

Rail Bridging Services

In the event of a MRT service disruption affecting Holland Village station, rail bridging services (also called MRT breakdown shuttle buses) may be activated to ply affected stretches of the Circle Line. In which case, the buses can be boarded from the following bus stops:

Towards Bus stop Exit
Circle Line
 CC1  NS24  NE6  Dhoby Ghaut B/s 2: 11401 – Holland Ave (Holland V Stn/Blk 12) B
 CC29  NE1  HarbourFront B/s 1: 11419 – Holland Ave (Holland V Stn Exit A) A

In addition, passengers can board regular bus services at bus stops officially linked to Holland Village station for free rides.

Passenger Usage Patterns

Serving the popular Holland Village and surrounding residential neighborhood, Holland Village station encounters moderate to high passenger demand across most of the day.


Circle Line Stage 4 (CCL4) Contract C855 for the construction of Holland, Buona Vista, one-North and National University Hospital stations and associated tunnels was awarded to Japanese and local companies Nishimatsu / Lum Chang Joint Venture. The working name for Holland Village station was Holland Station.

Future Developments

Major Incidents


Platform level
Platform level

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