Boon Lay is an area situated in the town of Jurong West in the West Region of Singapore. Its outskirts generally compare to the URA subzone of Boon Lay Place, arranged inside the Jurong West Planning Area. The subzone was named after Chew Boon Lay, a conspicuous agent in the late nineteenth century and mid twentieth century who possessed the land where the region stands. At the point when an order of 1.012 km² of land from his home was finished by the war division of the then pilgrim legislature of Singapore, it prompted the development of Boon Lay Village in the 1940s, with a populace of around 420 in the mid 1960s. Help Lay Place had earthworks started in 1969 and had their HDB pads worked since 1974.
The subzone is a division of West Coast GRC, under the administration of West Coast Town Council. The general population living there are spoken to by individual from parliament, Patrick Tay. The town focus is situated at Boon Lay Place and is the place the inhabitants of Boon Lay bond with each other while meeting their day by day needs. It is available from all parts of the area through feeder transport benefit 240 and 246 and trunk transport benefit 99. There are 2 houses of worship and 1 sanctuary in the region and every one of them are found in the town centre. There is a Boon Lay Hawker at the town focus where neighborhood nourishment can be found.