Begin your seaside stroll at Punggol Point Park. Once a popular seafood haunt, the site adjacent to Punggol Jetty has now been transformed into an idyllic waterfront destination. While much of the Punggol coastline used to be inaccessible to the public, today’s Punggol Promenade Punggol Point Walk allows you to enjoy the greenery and biodiversity flourishing along the sea.
With lookout decks, a sand-filled playground and an event plaza, the park allows you to soak in the laidback coastal atmosphere and take in views of Pulau Ubin and the Johor Straits on a ship-inspired, elevated viewing deck.
You can also dine at the various food and beverage outlets near Punggol Point Park.
- An intertidal area is a fragile habitat. Find out more about our intertidal area, and what to do when you explore such areas.
- Where necessary, NParks will manage access to selected beaches during peak periods to avoid overcrowding. Entry to the beaches will be allowed only through designated access points manned by NParks staff and volunteers. There will also be roving NParks staff and volunteers to educate the public on intertidal biodiversity, etiquette and remind them not to remove marine life indiscriminately.
- Box Jellyfish have been spotted in Singapore waters in the recent months. For your own safety, please take precautions before heading to one of our beaches. More information on box jellyfish can be found here.