Punggol Promenade Riverside Walk

The government has been capitalising on the beauty of the Punggol Waterway and selling big chunks of land along any patch of water that they can find. As a results, developers are rushing to build condominiums with water related names like Waterbay, River Isles, Heron Bay, Twin Waterfalls, Watertown etc.
Here is just a small section of the water way that residents staying along the Pungool Promenade Riverside Walk can see from their windows everyday.

The bridge over the Serangoon River linking Punggol to Lorong Halus and by extension, Pasir Ris.

The Serangoon River with the PUB dam at the end of the river

Sunrise. Pity it was cloudy that day and this was the best shot I could get

The start of the4km long Punggol Waterway

A park connector bringing residents nearer to the sea

A mangrove running parallel to the Punggol Waterway. Good that they left it intact

Unfortunately, the people making use of this nice places still don’t know how to keep the place clean. Remnants of a meal from MacDonald dump left behind on the pavement.