Woodlands is a suburb that you will want to visit during your next stay in Singapore. It is a township that was established in 1823 when Singapore became a trading dock.
Over the years, Woodlands has grown to a vast locality, after the 1970s expansion of Marsiling region. Through Johor-Singapore land bridge, Woodlands was connected to the Malayan cape and Singapore, which increased trade in the region.
Woodlands Singapore – Park, Malls, Restaurants & Accommodation
There are nine neighbourhoods located within Woodlands including; Woodlands, Marsiling, Woodgrove and Admiralty and Woodlands Square serves as the town centre.
The township is a great place to live as there are a huge variety of shops scattered throughout its precincts as well as parks, playgrounds, gardens, multi-level parking lots, BBQ’s, tennis courts and a library. You will also find one of the biggest malls in Singapore here; Causeway Point which houses over 250 retail outlets.
For those interested in getting outside for some sporting fun, then head to Woodlands Stadium, a multi-purpose sports facility or Woodlands Swimming Complex which is a great place to cool off on the hot Singaporean days.