Hong Kah Group Representation Constituency (Traditional Chinese: 豐加集選區;Simplified Chinese: 丰加集选区) was a five-member Group Representation Constituency located in the western area of Singapore. The constituency covered the areas of Bukit Batok, Choa Chu Kang, Upper Bukit Timah, Jurong West and Lim Chu Kang. Hong Kah GRC was formed in 1988 and dissolved in 2011 and had always been held by the People's Action Party.
It was divided into five sub-areas namely, Bukit Gombak, Hong Kah, Keat Hong, Nanyang and Yew Tee. In 2001, Bukit Gombak SMC was absorbed into the GRC with the town council being Hong Kah Town Council.
It was a huge constituency in terms of land area and covered the entire north-western region of Singapore and its territorial waters in the Straits of Johor.
Hong Kah GRC was led by former Cabinet Minister Yeo Cheow Tong.
It was then the only GRC that did not have a Cabinet Minister among its MPs when Yeo had stepped down as a minister right after 2006 general election. (See Yeo Cheow Tong for more information.)
In the Singapore general election, 2011, Hong Kah GRC was dissolved. Hong Kah North of the constituency was carved out as a new Single-Member-Constituency while Bukit Gombak, Keat Hong, Nanyang and Yew Tee wards merged with then-Chua Chu Kang SMC to form the new Chua Chu Kang Group Representation Constituency.
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