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Kranji English Kranji Chinese 克兰芝 (Pinyin Kèlánzhī) Malay Kranji Tamil கிராஞ்சி Coordinates: 1°25′22.08″N 103°45′1.44″E / 1.4228°N 103.7504°E / 1.4228; 103.7504 Kranji is a suburb in northwestern Singapore, located about 22 kilometres (15 miles) from the city centre. Contents 1 Etymology 2 History 3 Highlights 4 References 5 External links 6 Bus services // Etymology Kranji is named after a local tree, the kranji or keranji (Dialium indicum, Velvet tamarind). Its abundance has rapidly dwindled since the first half of the nineteenth century. History The first Singapore-Kranji railway from Tank Road to Kranji was opened in 1903. In 1909, the Johor State railway was opened and in 1912 both these railways became part of the Federated Malay States railway, which had been formed in 1901. After the completion of the Causeway in 1923, the lines were joined to complete the unification of the Federated Malay States Railway. Previously a Railway ferry service had operated between Woodlands jetty and Abu Bakar pier from 1903 until 1923. Kranji served as a military camp before the Japanese invasion of Singapore in 1942, and is now the home of the Kranji War Cemetery and Kranji War Memorial, commemorating the 30,000 Commonwealth personnel who died in Singapore, Malaya, Java and Sumatra during World War II. In addition, it is now a prime residential area comprising mostly stand-alone properties. There are no towering apartment blocks, unlike most suburbs of Singapore. It is also an industrial area. Highlights The Singapore Turf Club operates Kranji Racecourse, the only horse racing race course in Singapore. It is located next to the Kranji MRT Station. There is also a reservoir known as Kranji Reservoir, which was formed by the damming of the Kranji River. Bollywood Veggies is an organic farming collective and information centre open Wednesdays - Sundays. References Victor R Savage, Brenda S A Yeoh (2003), Toponymics - A Study of Singapore Street Names, Eastern Universities Press, ISBN 981-210-205-1 Romen Bose (2006), "Kranji - The Commonwealth War Cemetery and the Politics of the Dead", Marshall Cavendish Editions, ISBN 981-261-275-0 External links Kranji War Cemetery and Singapore Memorial Singapore Turf Club Bus services The following bus services stop outside Kranji MRT Station at Woodlands Road: Service Between And Notes SBS Transit Trunk Services 160 Jurong East Bus Interchange Kota Raya II Bus Terminal (JB) 170 Queen Street Bus Terminal Larkin Bus Terminal (JB) Red Plate 170 Kranji MRT Station Kota Raya II Bus Terminal (JB) Blue Plate SMRT Buses Trunk Services 178 Woodlands Regional Bus Interchange Boon Lay Bus Interchange 925 Woodlands Regional Bus Interchange Choa Chu Kang Bus Interchange Operates Weekdays and Saturdays only. 925C Woodlands Regional Bus Interchange Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve Operates Sundays and public holidays only. 960 Woodlands Regional Bus Interchange Marina Centre Bus Terminal 961 Woodlands Regional Bus Interchange Lorong 1 Geylang Bus Terminal 961C Woodlands Regional Bus Interchange Lorong 1 Geylang Bus Terminal Handal Indah Cross-border Services CW1 Kranji MRT Station Kota Raya II Bus Terminal (JB) Kranji Express KE Kranji MRT Station Kranji Countryside See this website[1] The following busses ply along Kranji/Sungei Kadut: Service Between And Notes SMRT Buses Trunk Services 925 Woodlands Regional Bus Interchange Choa Chu Kang Bus Interchange Operates Weekdays and Saturdays only. 925C Woodlands Regional Bus Interchange Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve Operates Sundays and public holidays only. 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