Positioned at the northernmost of the Central Region of Singapore, Bishan is a planning area and matured residential town, which is historically used to be a cemetery and burial grounds by Chinese immigrants. Today, Bishan is overflowing with industrial, education, and political amenities, which may be caused by its tremendously dense population, ranking it as Singapore’s 15th with regards to population density. Regardless, among the things you can regard Bisha highly are its wide expanse and notable hostings of sports activities. With that being said, this is where the Bishan Sports Centre is situated, where the 2009 Asian Youth Games and 2010 Youth Olympic Games were hosted. Bishan is also crawling with private residential housings, condominiums, and gigantic flats, which includes the Sky Habitat, Clover by the Park, and Country Grandeur. The Bishan-Ang Mo Kio Park would not be put out of consideration as a place of interest as well. With the channels of the Kallang River flowing right at the centre of the park, you can relax and savour the mixture of fresh greenery and the calming splashes of the ancient stream.