Boon Lay is a planning area located in the Western Region of Singapore. The planning areas are bounded by the planning areas to Pioneer in the west, Jurong West in the north, Jurong East in the east and strait of Selat Jurong in the south.
It is noteworthy that the Boon Lay Planning Area is different from Boon Lay. The latter is a residential neighbourhood located in the adjacent Jurong West Planning Area. Along with adjacent Pioneer, the Boon Lay Planning Area is a constituent part of the much larger Jurong Industrial Estate.
Included as part of the territory of Boon Lay Planning Area is Pulau Samulun, a minor island off Singapore's southwestern coast and connected to the mainland via Jalan Samulun.
As defined by the Urban Redevelopment Authority, Boon Lay Planning Area is officially divided into 4 subzones:
|Name of estates||Location||Notable structures||Accessibility|
|Liu Fang||Areas bounded by Ayer Rajah Expressway (AYE), Pioneer Road, Jalan Buroh and Jurong Port Road||Jurong Bird Park||Buses|
|Samulun||Southern Boon Lay||Pulau Samulun||Buses|
|Shipyard||Southwestern Boon Lay||Buses|
|Tukang||Areas bounded by Ayer Rajah Expressway (AYE), Pioneer Road North, International Road and Corporation Road||Buses|
In popular cultureEdit
In October 2008, Timothy Mok had went with the Tampines Primary School Primary 5 schoolmates to the Refinery Road area, the Gul area, Nautical Point Amenity Centre and towards Tuas Amenity Centre.