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Woodlands Road, Singapore

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Woodlands Road, Singapore

Woodlands Road is a road in Woodlands, Singapore. It runs as a continuation of Upper Bukit Timah Road and ends at Woodlands Checkpoint.

The road then spread out and called it Woodlands Avenue 3.


The road had be the main rout for both British and Japanese forces suppliers during in World War II. In 1980s, the road had become T-Junctionafter Mandai road had constructed. at almost the end before spread out.

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