Guide To know About Woodlands Neighbourhood
The government has great plans for Woodlands located in Singapore’s far northwestern corner. WOODLANDS neighbourhood has been earmarked for a “makeover” in the next 5 to ten years under HDB’s Remaking Our Heartlands Programme with several enhancements in better facilities, connectivity, and landscaping.
Yishun, formerly known as Nee Soon, is a residential town in Singapore’s North Region, bordered to the north by Simpang and Sembawang, to the west by Mandai, and to the southwest by the Central Water Catchment. Three new MRT stations will built along a train route that will connect to the proposed Johor Bahru–Singapore Rapid Transit System Link at Woodlands Regional Centre.
WoodsVista Gallery is a collection of photographs created by WoodsVista (a 1.9-kilometre-long community link with dedicated cycling and pedestrian paths)
Woodlands Neighbourhood is a residential town and planning district in Singapore’s North Region. The Woodlands planning area is bordered on the east by Sembawang.
Stay in the woods
When it comes to lodging options in Woodlands, you’ll spoil for choice. Sale and rent are HDB flats, executive condos (ECs), private condominiums, townhouses, and landed property. The majority of them are still reasonably priced, but with all the bells and whistles (read multi-millions) that the government is pouring into the WOODLANDS neighbourhood, we anticipate this won’t be the case for much longer.
Bellewoods, Northwave, Forestville, Rosewood, and Twin Fountain are among the ECs that call Woodlands home. ECs serve as a bridge between HDB flats condos provide amenities such as a swimming pool. Woodlands also has a small number HDB jumbo flats made up of two HDB flats joined.
Play in the woods
Woodlands has a surprising number of attractions and things to do due to its proximity to the sea and the natural reserve. You can do the following:
- Mandai has a zoo, a night safari, and a river safari.
- Sembawang Park is a great place to go wakeboarding or kayaking.
- Visit the Sugei Buloh Wetland Reserve to go bird viewing.
- At the Singapore Turf Club, you can bet on horses.
- The Kranji War Memorial is a must-see.
- Soak up the sun near Gambas Avenue at Singapore’s lone hot spring.
Eat-in the woods
Woodland’s rest of Singapore boasts a plethora of hawker cuisine and restaurants. It will feature some of our favourite gourmet spots in Woodlands that are on our must-try list:
- The Woodlands Swimming Complex’s Citrus by the Pool.
- Causeway Point’s Penang Street Buffet
- Admiralty Road West’s Rasa Istimewa Waterfront Restaurant
- Along Sembawang Road, there are 1036 live seafood vendors.
- Mookata Siam Square
- Riverside Road’s Sakura International Buffet
- The best-kept secret this side of the Johor Straits is Garden Asia Bistro in Neo Tiew Crescent.
Woodlands – Online Store
Senoko Fishery Port sells fresh seafood at wholesale pricing. If you prefer wholesale shopping, Woodlands Terrace Road is a place to go for quantities of frozen seafood, “bak kwa” (BBQ dried beef), nibbles, and other items. You might wish to bring a large freezer bag to store your prized treasures (tip: purchase the frozen seafood last). If furniture buying is your thing, Courts Megastore, Soggiorno Pte Ltd, Cmyk Outdoor Furniture, and Budget Furnishing Market are good places to start. Woodlanders go to Causeway Point, a suburban mall that houses the majority of the stores found in the city.
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