Punggol may be seem as a boring place due to its fairly new existence as a residential town. However, with future plans by the government to develop the area, it may be the new place for many to hang out in the future. Here are some facts that may be tempting for you to move to Punggol.
With news of a new SAFRA club to be opened at Punggol Waterway in 2016, residents can expect a new entertainment facility that boasts of an indoor waterpark and a wide choice of F&B options coupled with the usual offerings at other SAFRA clubs such as a gym and bowling alleys.
Coney Island is a island located near the vicinity of Punggol where one can be immersed in nature. Living in Punggol means that residents are fortunate to have a island where they can spend time with nature right at their doorstep.
Punggol Waterway is a haven for nature lovers who wish to enjoy its pristine surrounds through its cycling paths and walkways. This is even more so at night with its peaceful paths where users can have romantic strolls along the man-made waterways surrounded by lush greenery. The flora and fauna is also a must visit for nature buffs and photographers.
Did you know that there is a beach located in Punggol? Punggol Beach is a beach that has not much human traffic and where visitors can enjoy walking along the coast while enjoying the sea breeze. It is also home to the Punggol Heritage trail where visitors can visit the memorial site where the Sook Ching Massacres were carried out in World War 2.
Punggol is also home to many unique cafes, pubs and restaurants that are only known by the residents themselves. This collection of F&B outlets are known as the Punggol Settlement. They boasts of good culinary offerings and one can enjoy seafront dining due to its location along the coast of Punggol Beach.
Lorong Halus Wetland
For nature lovers in the east who find that Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve is too far and inaccessible. An alternative would be the Lorong Halus Wetland which is located in Punggol where they can view birds in their nature surroundings and also enjoy fresh air whilst walking along the nature trails.
Marina Country Club
A well known secret for Punggol residents is the Marina Country Club which is host to many F&B outlets and visitors can enjoy the sea breeze and sea views while enjoying their meals.
The Matilda House
Punggol boasts of a haunted house of its own, which is the Matilda House. This abandoned building is located near some residential blocks and ghost hunters have visited it in hopes of capturing evidence of supernatural happenings. For those thrill seekers, this is a must visit spot if they are visiting Punggol.
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