Residential Blocks

Residential Blocks

Block 2

Flanked by CFA and E6, is located at the edge of RH. It houses 25 single rooms, 21 double rooms and 5 single double rooms. Its location makes it one of the quieter blocks in RH. Occasionally, residents would play badminton in the quadrangle, taking full advantage of the serenity of its locale.

Block 3 & 3A

Both block 3 and 3A are interconnected, housing altogether 72 single rooms, 26 double rooms and 7 single double rooms. Situated next to the communal hall, residents of block 3 could never miss out on the fun and action going on in the communal hall.

Block 4

Block 4

Situated in the centre of RH, has the same building and landscape design as Block 2 and Block 6. It is just a stone throw away from the rest of the blocks and other RH facilities. It has 25 single rooms, 21 double rooms and 5 single double rooms.

Block 5

The largest block in RH. It encloses a takraw/badminton court and is linked with Block 3A. It is also the only block with a vending machine, providing thirst quenchers for the residents after a tiring game of takraw or badminton. It houses 36 single rooms, 39 double rooms and 8 single double rooms.

Block 6

Located at the west side of RH, is conveniently situated near the RH hardcourt. Having a clear view of the hardcourt means one can easily know whether the hardcourt is free for use or whether one’s friends are there playing. It has 25 single rooms, 21 double rooms and 5 single double rooms.

Block 7 & 8

Since Academic Year 16/17, The Kuok Foundation House has become a part of Raffles Hall. It is a stand-alone building that houses more than 200 single rooms. The building's eight storeys are split into two blocks, with four floors each, now known as Block 7 and 8.

The block committees conduct activities at KFH’s lounge and Raffles Hall’s Communal Hall. On top of that, they also decorated their block in order to make it a more lively place for all residents.