HOW TO GO TO LORONG HALUS WETLAND, HOW TO GO TO PUNGGOL BEACH, HOW TO GO TO PUNGGOL PROMENADE, Lorong Alus Wetland, Punggol Beach, Punggol Promenade, Punggol Waterways, Singapore

Visit Punggol Waterways and Punggol Beach

Date of Visit: 20th Feb 2012

Walked Punggol Promenade and Lorong Halus Wetland..

Mimosa pudica (Putri Malu, Touch-Me-Not) Mimosa_pudica
 the compound leaves fold inward and droop when touched or shaken, re-opening minutes later

Mixture planting of seaside plants: Barringtonia asiatica, Scaevola taccada, Ipomoea pes carpae and Pennisetum setaceum

 Lalang field (Penisetum spp.)

Red bridge towards Lorong Halus Wetland


Accidentally found this pic when i google about ‘love grass’, my boyfriend said it looks like my pose with lalang..

Lorong Halus Wetland

Date of Visit: 11th May 2013

Walked at Punggol Promenade and Punggol Beach

The Signage..

Toilet covered with Corten Steel.. Soo vintage..


Scaevola taccada.. Seaside plants species..

Haha.. Sooo dramatic.. Lonely dried branches..

 Btw, the sand pretty clean and light colour..

 Excoecaria bicolor..

Water lily pond with the seating surrounding..

Punggol Beach
The stones black colour due to polluttion and it’s feel sticky (oily) bcoz of polluted water from industrial area. Opposite this site is Pasir Gudang, Johor
Haha my photos look dramatic bcos i use filter on my Lumix camera.. And trying different2 effects using Photoshop Lightroom.

Walkway on Punggol Promenade..

The Punggol Waterway Park and My Waterway @ Punggol are joint agency projects between HDB and NParks. The project is part of HDB’s ’emaking Our Heartland’ initiatives to turn Punggol Town into a ‘Waterfront Town’ of the 21st century.
The Waterway runs through the Punggol Waterway Park, and both serve to increase park and water frontage for the housing estate and provide a green respite for residents. Designed with four themes to cater to residents of all ages, the park also provides residents opportunities for leisure activities such as jogging and cycling which can be carried out along the promenade at both sides of the waterway.

Getting There


By Foot from Punggol bus interchange or Punggol MRT Station (NE7). Take a 10-15 minute walk from Punggol Central Road to Sentul Crescent Road.

You can also take the LRT from Punggol MRT Station to Damai LRT Station. Walk towards Punggol Road and you will find a path heading to the waterway.

Buses to Punggol Bus Interchange: 3, 34, 43, 62, 82, 83, 84, 85, 136

By Car – Accessible via Tampines Expressway (TPE), Kallang Paya Lebar Expressway (KPE) and Central Expressway (CTE).

The park has two car parks along Sentul Crescent


By MRT : Alight at Punggol MRT. Then take Bus no 84.

By Bus : From Punggol Bus Interchange, take Bus no 84.

If you are driving there instead, just follow Punggol Road towards the end. There is a car park there. The public car park is on the right side with limited spaces.


Punggol Promenade is a long section and can be entered either from Punggol Beach, Lorong Halus Wetland (via Paris Ris Farmway 3), the restaurants area where Popepe is located at Tebing Lane or via Punggol Park Connector along Serangoon Reservoir.

By MRT/LRT : Alight at Punggol MRT and transfer to LRT. Alight at Riveira.

By Bus : 3, 83, 85


  1. How to got the lalang field?

  2. How To Get To Punggol Lalang Field?
    – It is at Tebing Lane.
    – You have to take MRT to Punggol.
    – Change LRT to Riveria LRT Stn.
    – Then you will see Popeye restaurant.
    – Walk to Popeye Restuarant.
    – Walk all the way in and you will see a staircase to the river.
    – Turn left after you walk down the staircase.
    – Then walk all the way untill you see this nice lalang field.

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