This entire lane comprising of areas of Sengkang and Punggol interlinked together may just be your new spot to destress. This is quite a new piece of land developed near a waterway leading to the Serangoon Harbour that few of heard of.
Optimising your time with work is great, but with the school holidays approaching, why not use this time to make peace with nature?
For those living in the Sengkang area or even in the Hougang area, you can easily access this playground of nature via a connector leading away from Punggol Park. Then, it is about a 2 kilometre to the Punggol Promenade, otherwise known as Tebing Lane.
Over here, you can expect to find cafes, restaurants and other facilities like for billards, fishing and soccer on the upper deck. The lower deck is for people who are jogging and/or strolling, as well as those sitting on the benches and just watch life pass. For Punggol residents, you can access this area via the Riviera LRT station, it’s just a 3-minute walk.
A few hundred metres from there, you can cross over a red bridge and expect to find Lorong Halus Wetland Reserve. I didn’t get to walk and snap pictures there since the sky was darkening and a slight drizzle was approaching.