Punggol Promenade Punggol Point Walk

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Guide to Punggol Promenade Punggol Point Walk

Starting at Punggol Point Park, take an ideal beach stroll down Punggol Point Walk. The land close to Punggol Jetty, which was once a renowned seafood hangout, has been turned into an exquisite coastal getaway. While part of the Punggol shoreline was formerly unavailable to the public, the Punggol Promenade Punggol Point Walk now allows you to take in the vegetation and biodiversity that thrives along the water’s edge.

The park, which features lookout decks, a sand-filled playground, and an event plaza, allows you to soak up the laid-back coastal vibe while taking in views of Pulau Ubin and the Johor Straits from an elevated viewing platform inspired by a ship.

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Cyclists and runners alike will appreciate the dedicated cycling lanes and sidewalks along the Punggol Point Walk seaside promenade.

About Punggol Point Walk

The picturesque 4.9-kilometer-long Punggol Promenade Punggol Point Walk features three thematic zones. Punggol Point’s planned leisure cluster will get anchored by this 1.2-kilometer seaside promenade and park. The 1.3-kilometer Riverside Walk, which anchors Punggol East’s developing recreational cluster, was the first thematic zone to open to residents in March this year and is a bustling and family-friendly promenade.

Punggol Point Park’s raised viewing platform, inspired by a ship, now offers panoramic views of the Johor Straits. Residents who have had enough of the city can relax along the seaside or marvel at the serene stillness of the Large lily ponds. The playground, one of only a few on the island with a sand bed, will appeal to kids who enjoy kicking back sand. Dedicated bicycle lanes and footpaths along the coastal promenade at Punggol Point Walk will get enjoyed by cyclists and runners alike.

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Punggol Point Park Attraction

If you want to relax and unwind with your entire family, this is the place to go. One of the best places to visit is Punggol Point Park. You can watch the wonderful bustling Johor’s Pasir Gudang by perching on top of the ship-like viewing deck on top of the jetty. Coney Island and Pulau Ubin are visible on the other side.

Sand Playground
There aren’t many sand-filled playgrounds in the city, but one is within the park. There are also old swings and other amusing playground structures to keep kids amused. There’s also a terrific cowboy town ranch on the horizon. When all the necessary approvals are in place, Gallop Stables’ ranch will be the hub for various exciting activities, including horseback riding. So, if this is something you enjoy doing, you should visit this location.

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Inside the park, there is also a fantastic location. There are numerous restaurants and cafes in this area that serve a variety of foods and meals.

The Wagon
You and your companions can stay in the Wagon to complete your cowboy adventure. Inside the ranch, thirty wagon-shaped cabins can accommodate up to four people and have their bathrooms.

At Punggol Ranch’s F&B outlet, you may BBQ the night away or enjoy some delectable cuisine. The Wagon, the city’s newest chalet-style housing with a horsey twist, will set you back $150 per night.

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