Where is the hottest Instagram-worthy location in northeast Singapore? We’ve got the essential guide for you. Punggol is full of great backdrops and architecture to help take that #photooftheday, whether it’s a romantic pic with your partner or getting the perfect snap of a stunning sunset.
Check out the open fields at Lorong Halus Wetland for a romantic excellent backdrop. While there swing by the Lorong Halus bridge; we love how its wavy contours frame the water bank.
The next stop is Punggol Beach. Listed on the National Heritage Boards list of Historic Sites, Punggol Beach is a must-visit when you’re in the area. It’s hidden from the hustle and bustle of the streets and malls in the city. The sunsets are so gorgeous and in great contrast to the area’s history as the site of the Sook Ching Massacre in 1942. Then venture into a part of the 6.1km Punggol Park connector, this park is a hotspot for cyclists, joggers, and bird watchers. Relax by the benches and take in the waterfront views.
Last but not the least, is Coney Island. You don’t need a ferry to get here. Just a bicycle will do as you set off from Punggol. Besides checking out the glorious beaches and nature trails, there are mangrove habitats, rich forestry along the pathways, and an abundance of wildlife.