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Punggol Park, Singapore

Categories: Nature & Parks
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3.9/5 based on 40+ reviews on the web
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  • I always heard people complaining about Singapore being an expensive Country to visit; i agree and disagree. Agree that is if you choose to dine in restaurants and visit places that are expensive; sur...  read more »
  • We were staying nearby so came here for a morning walk. There were quite a crowd of locals doing their morning exercises here. The park is built around a nice pond. There is also a nice little cafe at...  read more »
  • This park is an artificially created one situated on the river bank near Singapore-Malaysia border. Anyone can go there by using MRT train. This place is situated near the MRT Punggol station. 
  • Good for dratini n dragonite if u r lucky
  • Nice, tranquil place but now too crowded by Pokemon Go players. There is also a coffee shop across the street with lots of good local food.
  • Starting from Paya Lebar-Hougang to Sengkang-Punggol ending in Waterway Point it's a long stretch for a slow ride on escooter or bicycle. Towards the end of the ride you can stop by Uncle Leong's seafood, Punggol SAFRA, and Waterway Point Mall for a rewarding meal before making your way back or hop onto the MRT to go home.
  • It's a nice park to walk around the pond, and has a respectably sized playground with 4 slides, and a set of swings and see saw over a sandpit. It gets really crowded at about 5pm. The park also has an FnB outlet which serves beer, and food (nothing to post on social media about lol) western food and local food (expensive laksa etc). It's a nice place to meet friends for a drink. Limited parking! Park across the road behind the church (kpt coffee shop) The park is quite busy in the evenings, there are many joggers and families taking a stroll from 5-9pm, it should b quite safe for female joggers in this time frame. However, Lately there are also many large groups of men, having alcohol purchased at the 7-11 just outside the park. They tend to gather by the pond , covered gazebos and picnic tables, so I'm not sure how it's like really late into the night, but I don't think I will feel safe going for a late night jog alone, best to stick to the timings with a bigger crowd. Other activities: Free HPB "Sundays at the park" exercise activities on Sunday mornings.
  • Quiet and peaceful generally, could be really dark at certain parts. Not much entertainment except for a cafe (reviewed) and a bicycle rental. Amenities such as playground, running/ cycle track and fitness equipment are available, fishing is unconfirmed though.
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