Punggol Waterway Park

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Time Required: 2-3 hours


24 hours

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Punggol Waterway Park, Singapore Overview

Punggol Waterway Park is a large riverine park in Punggol covering around 12.25 hectares of area and is the perfect destination to spend some time away from the maddening rush of the bustling city that Singapore is. The multi-purpose park is set in the surroundings of serene lush greenery and the sight it genuinely breathtaking. The park is a joint project between National Parks Board and the Housing and Development Board of Singapore (HDB) and was initiated to convert Punggol town into a Waterfront town. The waterway running through the park is famous for being Singapore's longest man-made waterway in Singapore.

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The park is divided into four themes that cater to its visitors of all interests and ages. They ensure that everyone visiting the park can spend their leisure time taking part in the different recreational activities. The themes are as follows:

Green Gallery: The green gallery holds an amazing collection of flora and fauna and visitors can enjoy a relaxing and soothing stroll here, admiring the natural beauty that it has to offer.

Recreation Zone: The recreation zone offers fun activities like sand play and water play and is great for families to enjoy these together. They also have a fitness corner that is perfect for the gym geeks.

Heritage Zone: The heritage zone offers a wave of nostalgia for the older generations who have seen the Old Punggol Kampong. The mature trees and vegetation along the Old Punggol Road are a treat to the eyes and make for a wonderful stroll.

Nature Cove: This area is most suited to sit by and watch the beautiful waterfront scenery. It is perfect to gather with family and friends and enjoy the spectacular views and carry out leisure activities to pass the time by.

  • Barbecuing: The outdoor barbecue sessions organised here presents a great opportunity to spend quality time with family and friends along with the gorgeous view of the Waterway in the beautiful sunlight, and looking over the vast variety of flora and fauna that the park offers.

  • Cycling: The cycling paths along the park offer a view of the fantastic scenery and cycling along these paths is not only incredibly relaxing and enjoyable, but also a fun way to burn those calories.

  • Jogging: The park with its sprawling lawns and cycling and jogging paths acts as a wonderful means of various types of exercises. It has something for everyone; the paths along the park can be used for walking, jogging to cycling. The open grounds are perfect for meditation and yoga, and the fitness stations enable workouts like stretching and warm-ups.

  • Photography: The variety of flora, fauna, the waterfront and the heritage trails makes the park a perfect spot for photography enthusiasts. Not only does this make a fantastic place for nature photography, but also provides an extremely aesthetic backdrop for portraits and photo shoots.

  • Picnic: A picnic is probably the best way to make full use of the beautiful surroundings and the scenic backdrop of the park. Pack up some delicious treats, gather up family and friends and head to the park for a day full of sunshine, laughter and enjoyment!

By MRT: Take the LRT train from Punggol station to Damai LRT station. From there, walk towards Punggol road and follow a path to the Waterway.

By Bus: The bus service numbers  3, 34, 43, 62, 82, 83, 84, 85, 136 will bring you to Punggol Bus Interchange.

By Car:  The Waterway Park is easily accessible by Central Expressway CTE, Tampines Expressway TPE and Kallang Paya Lebar Expressway KPE.

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