Timings : 24 hours
Time Required : 2-3 hours
Entry Fee : No entry fee
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Punggol Waterway Park (PWP) is a riverside park in Punggol, northeastern Singapore. Named the longest man-made waterway in Singapore, this Park spreads over 12.5 hectares. The four zones of the park – Nature Cove with its manicured gardens, Recreation Zone with children’s play areas and exercise arenas, and Heritage Zone and Green Gallery with rich biodiversity – have something to offer every member of the family, making it a great weekend retreat.
The multi-purpose Punggol Waterway Park is set in the surroundings of serene lush greenery and the sight it genuinely breathtaking. The sand and water play areas for popular with kids, while the 26-kilometre long Riverine Loop cycling area is perfect for an evening ride. Named after the Malay word for fruit picking, Punggol’s Riverside Walk area has a beautiful nature trail for animal enthusiasts too. With breathtaking views from Sunrise Bridge, the Park offers an idyllic, cosy get away from the bustle of the city. The beautiful Punggol Waterway Park is a joint project of the National Parks Board and the Housing and Development Board of Singapore (HDB) and was initiated to convert Punggol town into a Waterfront town.