If you want to get away from the hustle and bustle of your city or town, then the Punggol’s Waterway Park will be the best place to be in. The lush greenery, serene settings, and beautiful waterway will help you recharge your body, mind, and soul.
A Hawker Center is also expected in the area. The center will help boost a sense of community, enhance the quality of food that people will be able to get when eating out and lower the prices of goods overall.
There is no doubt that the future of the waterway Punggol Park is quite bright. With demand for space around the park increasing by the day, the park will remain the major attraction for those seeking to take advantage of its serene surroundings.
How to go to Punggol Waterway Park
If you are anywhere near Punggol, you need to take advantage of the time you have there and visit the park. You will need to learn how to go to Punggol Waterway Park via the multiple means that exist.
In order to arrive at the Punggol Waterway Bus Interchange, you should use buses 136, 84,85,83,82,62,43,34, and 3. You can then walk for about 15 minutes to Sentul Crescent Road from Punggol Central Road in order to access the Park.
You can access the park via Kallang Paya Lebar Expressway KPE, Tampines Expressway TPE, and Central Expressway CTE by car.
At Punggol station, you need to take an LRT train to Damai LRT station. At the stop, go toward the Punggol Road then take the Waterway path.
From either the Punggol Bus Interchange or Punggol MRT station, walk to the Sentul Crescent Road from Punggol Central Road for 15 about minutes and you will arrive at the park.