Sengkang Riverside Park is located at Anchorvale Street and is situated alongside Sungei Punggol. Consisting of three open-space land parcels, the park is designed to provide a tranquil experience to visitors.
The park is home to a unique water feature, a constructed wetland that collects and filters rainwater naturally through its aquatic plants. The wetland also doubles as a wildlife habitat. The constructed wetland attracts many mangrove birds into the park such as purple heron, collared kingfisher and little tern. Click here to find out more about the constructed wetland.
Other then that, dragonflies & damselflies, like the Red Scarlet and Common Bluetail damselfly, can also be found resting on the aquatic plants.
As an excellent example of how the protection of our water resources can be creatively integrated with urban planning in a sustainable manner, Sengkang Riverside Park was awarded the ABC Waters Certification. You can also find the Singapore's largest man-made wetland, PUB's Sengkang Floating Island here as well.
Another interesting feature of Sengkang Riverside Park is its focus on edible fruit trees. You can find common fruits like star fruit, chiku and dragon fruits. Download our Fruit Tree E-Guide Trail here.