Punggol is a residential neighbourhood with modern facilities and entertainment; there are now more people venturing to Punggol to explore the latest happenings in the North East side of Singapore—and of course, to indulge in some seriously good bites as well.
Wander around The Punggol Settlement and catch amazing sunsets there—the scenic view of red and pink hues in the sky is a sight to behold for sure. Even shopping has turned up a notch after the opening of Waterway Point, a massive mall that has basically everything you would need.
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More often than not, when you ask your friends what they think of when you mention “work out”, the answer would most probably be three letters: GYM. So much so that hitting the gym has become more of a lifestyle than just a form of exercise.
Working out in space limited Singapore doesn’t always necessarily mean pumping the iron or stomping the treadmill. How does breaking out the sweat while being surrounded by nature and Instagram-worthy views sound like to you?
If you think the Southern Ridges and Sungei Buloh are all there is to nature in Singapore, think again! Here are 10 more uncharted nature trails in Singapore to feed either your need for green or, for the less interested, your Instagram fix in urban Singapore.
You have absolutely no idea how excited we were when the long-awaited Coney Island finally opened its doors to the public on 10 October 2015. Coming across a pristine grassland in Singapore is considered a rarity, especially when its urban population rate is at 100%. Alternatively known as Pulau Serangoon, this 50-hectare ecologically sustainable park is a great way to disconnect from the hectic city life and reconnect with mother nature.
Here is our guide on what visitors can do at Coney Island Park. We have also included essential information i.e. directions on getting there and what to prepare for a half-day trip.