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Punggol, Singapore

Top 10 Things to do at Punggol, Singapore

Punggol is a district in Singapore that was originally developed as a rural farming area in the 1920s. The area became popular for its villas and golf courses in the 1970s and 1980s. Today, Punggol is an affluent suburb with a mix of residential and commercial areas. What is Punggol known for?

Punggol, Singapore

#1 – Punggol Park

Introduction: Developed with the theme “Family Leisure”, Punggol Park has facilities and activities for the whole family. With an “Active Zone” located at the southern part of the pond and “Passive Zone” at the north of the pond, there is something for both young and old to enjoy.

Children can play together on the play equipment and families can engage in tai chi at the plaza area. The shady trees provide a lush, cool area for families to picnic under while bicycle tracks allow avid cyclists to enjoy a session of cycling with friends.

If you find all the activities too much for you, you can choose to sit back and relax at the outdoor dining area of the restaurant located within the park.

For those looking for more passive forms of recreation, the shady path at the northern end of the park is a great place for a leisurely stroll or to enjoy the tranquility of the surroundings. It is also a good pit stop for joggers to rest or do some simple stretching on the fitness equipment before commencing their run.

Things To Do:

  • Cycling: Take a leisurely cycle within Punggol Park, or venture beyond the park and explore the scenic North Eastern Riverine Loop in our Park Connector Network.
  • Exercise & Workout: Punggol Park is usually abuzz with park goers engaging in their respective activities. You can join in for qigong or tai ji sessions in the morning. Or if you prefer to work out on your own, take a jog or brisk walk around the 5 hectare pond in the park. In the park is also low impact 3-Generational fitness equipment suitable for users of all ages.

Location: Junction of Hougang Avenue 8 and 10

Opening Hours:

  • Always Open
  • Park lighting hours: 7pm-7am

Price of Admission: NIL

Location & Address: Junction of Hougang Avenue 8 and 10

Contact: www.nparks.gov.sg/feedback

Website: Website Link Here


#2 – The Punggol Settlement

Introduction: The Punggol Settlement is a bespoke food and beverage specialised development concept envisioned and materialised by its developer, The Colonial Settlement Pte. Ltd. (a wholly owned subsidiary of Fragrance Group Limited), to revive old Punggol and bring it back to its former glory and more as the dining destination of the North-Eastern sunrise pinnacle of our tropical island city state. 

Rapid urban planning with land acquisition / relocation policies by the state authorities of the past 2 decades had displaced the food & beverage geocentric of timeless Punggol away from its original seafront pinnacle.

Sited on the original general area of this vintage food and beverage location of the days of yore in pre-millennial Singapore, The Punggol Settlement is Punggol re-established, rebooted, and ready for a wave of delectable dining and entertaining eats, dollops of desserts and rejuvenating recreation – all to be experienced in harmonious symbiosis in natural cohesion with the flora, fauna, and vast peripherally encompassing seafront of the redeveloped and constantly evolving Punggol Point of today…


  • The Punggol Settlement offers a wide selection of different restaurants to cater to your cravings.

Location: 500 New Punggol Road, Singapore 828617

Opening Hours:

  • Varies depending on the shops. Click here to know more.

Price of Admission: 

Car Parking Rates for Car:

Monday to Thursday (Excluding Public Holidays)

7:01am to 5:00pm:

  • S$1.00 for 1st hour or part thereof
  • S$0.50 for every 30 minutes or part thereof after 1st hour

5:01pm to 12:00am :

  • S$1.50 for 1st hour or part thereof
  • S$0.75 for every 30 minutes or part thereof after 1st hour

12:01am to 7:00am :

  • S$3.00 per entry

Friday to Sunday, Eve of Public Holidays & Public Holidays

7:01am to 5:00pm :

  • S$1.50 for 1st hour or part thereof
  • S$0.75 for every 30 minutes or part thereof after 1st hour

5:01pm to 12:00am :

  • S$2.00 for 1st hour or part thereof
  • S$1.00 for every 30 minutes or part thereof after 1st hour

12:01am to 7:00am :

  • S$4.00 per entry

Grace Period : 10 minutes

All rates are subject to prevailing G.S.T.

Location & Address: 500 New Punggol Road, Singapore 828617

Contact: +65 67026383

Website: Website Link Here


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#3 – Waterway Point

Introduction: Waterway Point is a four-storey retail and lifestyle hub located in the heart of Punggol, beside Punggol MRT/LRT station. It is the retail component of Watertown, Singapore’s first integrated waterfront residential and retail development by the consortium of Frasers Property Limited, Far East Organization and Sekisui House Ltd. Watertown features a 992-residential unit development in addition to the retail and lifestyle hub.

Waterway Point offers a diverse range of retail, dining, entertainment and education offerings. Waterway Point is the flagship waterfront leisure destination for Punggol’s residents and visitors from across the island.

Getting there:

By Train
1) Alight at Punggol MRT/LRT Station (NE17/PTC)
2) Walk through Exit A and walk down Waterway Point’s 24-hour Boardwalk.

By Bus
1) Take Bus Service Nos: Nos. 3 (from Tampines)34 (from Changi)43 (from Upper East Coast Terrace)50 (from Bishan)62 (from Geylang)82 (Punggol Loop)83 (from Sengkang)84 (Punggol Loop)85 (from Yishun)119 (Punggol Loop)136 (from Ang Mo Kio).
2) Alight at Punggol Interchange then walk about 5 mins to Waterway Point.

By Car/Taxi
1) Drive from CTE (Central Expressway)

– Head north on CTE
– Keep right and merge onto TPE
– Take exit 9 for Punggol Road
– Continue on Punggol Road and turn left onto Punggol Central.
– Waterway Point will be on the left.

2) Drive from KPE (Kallang – Paya Lebar Expressway)

– Take the exit towards SLE/Jln Kayu/Punggol Road
– Take exit 9 for Punggol Road
– Continue on Punggol Road and turn left onto Punggol Central.
– Waterway Point will be on the left.

3) Drive from TPE (Tampines Expressway)

– Head northeast on TPE
– Take exit 10 for Sengkang East Road towards Punggol Way
– Continue on Punggol Way and turn right onto Punggol Field
– Turn left onto Punggol Place
– Turn left onto Punggol Central
– Waterway Point will be on the left.

Location: 83 Punggol Central Singapore 828761

Opening Hours:

  • 10am to 10pm

Price of Admission: 

  • Parking
    • 1st hour or part thereof: $1.40 for first hour
    • Every subsequent half hour or part thereof: $0.70
    • Motorcycle: $1.00 per entry

Location & Address: 83 Punggol Central Singapore 828761

Contact: +65 6812 7300

Website: Website Link Here

#4 – Punggol Waterway Park

Introduction: Built around the section of Punggol Waterway and located along Sentul Crescent, Punggol Waterway Park is a great place for park users to enjoy a fun-filled day of leisure activities. The park is segmented into four different themes: Nature Cove, Recreation Zone, Heritage Zone and Green Gallery.


  • Fitness enthusiasts can jog or cycle on the well-maintained tracks along the promenade at both sides of the waterway while admiring the surrounding view. Alternatively, sit on the many benches placed around the park and enjoy the breeze as you listen to the soothing sounds of running, trickling, splashing and cascading water. While doing so, look out for the various types of birds that can be spotted along the Waterway.

  • Punggol Waterway Park is one of four parks linked by the North Eastern Riverine Loop of the Park Connector Network. The Waterway runs through the Punggol Waterway Park, and serves to increase park and water frontage for the housing estate while providing a green respite for residents.The word ‘Punggol’ in Malay means ‘hurling sticks at the branches of fruit trees to bring them down to the ground’, a reference to the area’s history as a fruit-growing district or as a rendezvous for wholesale fruit agents.

Location: Along Sentul Crescent Road (Cuts through the whole of Punggol Town)

Opening Hours:

  • Always Open
  • Park lighting hours: 7pm-7am

Price of Admission: NIL

Location & Address: Along Sentul Crescent Road (Cuts through the whole of Punggol Town)

Contact: www.nparks.gov.sg/feedback

Website: Website Link Here


#5 – Lorong Halus Wetland

Introduction: The Lorong Halus Wetland, located along the eastern bank of Serangoon Reservoir, collects and treats water passing through the former landfill, preventing it from flowing into the reservoir. This helps safeguard the quality of water in the reservoir. ​​


  • Lorong Halus Wetland is fast becoming a favourite bird-watching spot in the east. Nature Society Singapore (NSS) reaches out to the community through guided walks. Participants are able to bird-watch while discovering the relationship between clean water and a thriving wildlife.

Location: Lorong Halus Wetland

Opening Hours:

  • Always Open

Price of Admission: NIL

Location & Address: Lorong Halus Wetland


24hr Call Centre (Local)


24hr Call Centre (International)

(65) 62255782

Website: Website Link Here


#6 – Coney Island Park

Introduction: Besides being rich in history, Coney Island Park houses a wide variety of habitats, including coastal forests, grasslands, mangroves, and casuarina woodlands. It is home to a wide variety of fauna and flora, some of which are critically endangered. Some plants at the park are presumed nationally extinct in the wild.

Try spotting one of 80 species of birds on Coney Island Park, including the resident male Baya Weavers weaving their large and intricate nests from flowering Acacia trees. Hear the Oriental Magpie-robin’s songs from the forest, or follow the flocks of parakeets flying through the forest canopies. The different habitats in the park allow for a high diversity in bird species, thus making the park an ideal location for birdwatching. With its rich biodiversity in a rustic setting, Coney Island Park offers much to explore for bird and nature enthusiasts.

The rustic Coney Island Park is an ecologically sustainable park with many environmental initiatives. It focuses on conserving energy and water, recycling and retaining of the natural elements in the park. The timber from uprooted Casuarina trees were collected and recycled into park signage, seats, benches, boardwalk, and exhibits at Casuarina Exploration.

Start exploring the forest and mangrove habitats on the newly built boardwalk and move on to the beach which can be accessed at five locations. You may also ride through the island along the 2.5 km Coney Island Park Connector, taking in the beautiful promenade view of the Serangoon Reservoir.


  • Guided walks at Coney Island Park
    • Conducted by NParks volunteers, participants will learn about the diverse biodiversity and interesting history of the park. The two-hour guided walk is conducted on selected Saturday mornings in the months of June, November and December.
  • Tips for visiting Coney Island Park
    • The park is closed from 7pm to 7am.
    • Terrain is rugged at parts and may be unsuitable for young children and people with mobility issues.
    • To maintain the park’s rustic character and natural habitats, there is no electricity or piped water on the island.
    • Wear long pants and covered shoes for protection from insects such as sandflies.
    • Keep to the designated trails and refrain from entering the vegetated/ forested areas.
    • Appreciate any animals from afar. Click here to find out more.
    • Do not eat or carry plastic bags in the presence of macaques. Macaques may have been conditioned to associate plastic bags with food, and feeding them will make them bold.
    • Do avoid visiting the park during a storm, or seek shelter immediately if it rains while you are within the park.
    • Remember to take only what you have brought in, and leave nothing behind but footprints.
    • Please note that entry to the Haw Par Beach Villa is strictly not allowed.

Location: Beside Punggol Promenade Nature Walk

Opening Hours:

  • 7am to 7pm (Gates will be closed at 7pm)
  • Closed from 7pm to 7am

Price of Admission: NIL

Location & Address: Beside Punggol Promenade Nature Walk

Contact: www.nparks.gov.sg/feedback

Website: Website Link Here



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#7 – Uncle Ringo funfair

Introduction: Uncle Ringo has been a household name since 1984 and has organized countless carnivals, fun-fairs, theme parties, product launches, fund-raising charities, school events. We take pride in being Singapore’s longest-standing and leading provider of carnivals and family entertainment.

Currently, there isn’t any upcoming event. But do keep an eye out as it could happen soon!


  • As the top carnival event planner in Singapore, Uncle Ringo provides an extensive range of attractions, activities, and carnival equipment for rental. Rental includes Carnival Rides, Carnival Game stalls, Inflatable Bouncy Castles, party equipment, and many more.

Location: NIL

Opening Hours:: NIL

Price of Admission: NIL

Location & Address: NIL

Contact: [email protected]

Website: Website Link Here


#8 – Hai Bin Prawning

Introduction: Number one prawning site in Singapore. A place to getaway from your hectic schedule and spend quality time with your friends!

It all started with a man who had a passion for fishing and a dream to revive the Kampung spirit and lifestyle in the heart of Singaporeans. The late founder of Hai Bin, Alex, decided then that he would make it his dream to create a space of rest and relaxation that might revive the passion of fishing in the midst of our hectic urban lives. 

Thus began Hai Bin’s journey as Prawn Fishing Pond in Sin Ming Avenue, Bishan in 2007. In just 13 years, Hai Bin has grown and expanded to provide high quality prawn fishing experiences to our customers in Jurong, Punggol as well as Sembawang.

It has been remarkable to experience the revival of prawn fishing, more affectionately referred to as prawning, as a popular pastime in Singapore. Being a solo or group activity alike, prawning has garnered a strong following since its introduction to the city state more than 20 years ago. It is an activity that doesn’t discriminate, from young children who seek the thrill of the catch, to the busy older folk who wish to seek a respite from the bustle of city life. Regardless of age or background, the beloved pastime is synonymous with bonding, family and just laughter and smiles of relaxation all around. In fact we have included for parents who are hesitant to let your child dive into prawning right away smaller ponds for net catching tiny fish! They guarantee that children under 12 will love it, their only wish is for you to take back the memory and thrill of catching something with your own hands!


  • Specialize in the design, creation and management of concept prawn fishing ponds in prime locations around Singapore. As the leading provider and operator of prawning ponds, the partners and landlords have enjoyed significantly increased traffic and added value to their business concepts.
  • Hai Bin also operates the Banyan Beer Garden; a specially curated al-fresco style bar and cafe, serving western style meals, lots of yummy snacks and a satay stand for freshly grilled otah and satay.

Location:  6 Tebing Lane, Punggol

Opening Hours: NIL

Price of Admission: 

  • Prawning Rates
    • 1 Hour $22
    • 3 Hour (2 Hrs + 1 HR Free)
    • 10 Hour $110

Location & Address: Punggol 6 Tebing Lane #01-04 S828835


Hai Bin Prawning
6447 8693
Banyan Beer Garden
8820 1608

[email protected]

Website: Website Link Here


#9 – Punggol Ranch Resort

Introduction: Conveniently located in Singapore, Punggol Ranch Resort is a great base from which to explore this vibrant city. Situated only 20km from the city center, guests are well located to enjoy the town’s attractions and activities. Visitors to the hotel can take pleasure in touring the city’s top attractions: The Punggol Settlement, Waterway Point Mall, Pulau Serangoon.


  • Offering hotel guests superior services and a broad range of amenities, Punggol Ranch Resort is committed to ensuring that your stay is as comfortable as possible. To name a few of the hotel’s facilities, there are car park, family room, BBQ facilities, restaurant, safety deposit boxes.
  • All guestrooms feature a variety of comforts. Many rooms even provide television LCD/plasma screen, air conditioning, DVD/CD player, shower to please the most discerning guest. Throughout the day you can enjoy the relaxing atmosphere of the horse riding, garden. Punggol Ranch Resort is an ideal place of stay for travelers seeking charm, comfort and convenience in Singapore. 

Location: Punggol Ranch

Opening Hours:

  • Weekdays
  • Weekends
  • Public Holidays

Price of Admission: Book your stay here

Location & Address: 900 Punggol Road, Singapore 829168 

Contact: NIL

Website: Website Link Here


#10 – SAFRA Punggol

Introduction: They’re the go-to destination for all social, recreational, sports and educational facilities for NSmen and their families. Formed in 1972, SAFRA’s goal was to aid the Singapore Armed Forces (SAF) enhance camaraderie and boost morale among National Servicemen.

Since then, they’ve built a network of clubs located at Jurong, Mount Faber, Punggol, Tampines, Toa Payoh and Yishun. In addition to clubs, they offer a host of activities, value-added services and membership perks that meet the lifestyle needs of our community of more than 430,000 SAFRA members. Join us today!


  • Nestled in the scenic Punggol Waterway Park, SAFRA Punggol is the first eco-friendly SAFRA club to receive the prestigious Building and Construction Authority Green Mark Platinum award.

Location: 9 Sentul Crescent Singapore 828654

Opening Hours:

  • Daily 9:00am – 9:00pm

Price of Admission: NIL

Location & Address: 9 Sentul Crescent Singapore 828654

Contact: +65 65858718

Website: Website Link Here


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