Marsiling Lane Market & Food Centre


Opened in 1975, Marsiling Lane Market & Food Centre was the first market to serve the Marsiling HDB estate. Today, it remains a popular destination for residents who enjoy its many old-school stalls and shops.
21 Marsiling Lane
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In 1966, the Housing & Development Board (HDB) announced plans to develop Woodlands into a new town with 50,000 flats. The name “Woodlands” was chosen due to the area’s wooded appearance and undulating terrain, as seen from the Johor Strait. To provide public amenities, Marsiling Market was completed in 1975, along with nearby shops, a post office, a community centre and a bus terminal. 

Other Suggested Short Trail Routes

Explore the Suggested Short Trail Routes:
Communities of Woodlands, 1.5 hours with public transport (4km)
Woodlands at War, 2 hours with public transport (9km)
A Journey through the Woods, 1.5 hours on bike; 2.5 hours on foot with public transport (15km)


Woodlands Heritage Trail Booklet
Woodlands Heritage Trail Map - English
Woodlands Heritage Trail Map - Chinese
Woodlands Heritage Trail Map - Malay
Woodlands Heritage Trail Map - Tamil
Woodlands Heritage Trail Markers - Chinese
Woodlands Heritage Trail Markers - Malay
Woodlands Heritage Trail Markers - Tamil