|Introducing the Kelong Bridge, one of the landmarks of this park.|
|The Kelong Bridge|
|that follows the alignment of Old Punggol Road|
|The lovely view from the Kelong Bridge|
|At the end of the bridge, there is a Heritage Trail|
|To our surprise, we find this old bus stop which gets me very excited.|
This bus stop and a 160m stretch of the old Punggol Road were preserved as remnants from the past. You can take a walk down memory lane and see the development of Punggol from a plantation area to what you see today. You can do your DIY history lesson from the heritage panels and Heartwave Wall!
|Over view of the Water Sports Promenade|
|I like these aquatic plants|
|The highlight for the kids!|
|Little One is so happy with the place that she starts to dance around!|
|A view of the water play area. There is also sandpit and a fitness corner|
|A jetty like structure|
|We end our trip by walking to here.|
By foot: From Punggol Mrt station or Punggol bus interchange, walk about 10-15 minutes from Punggol Central Road to Sentul Crescent Road.
By Train: Take the LRT train from Punggol station to Damai LRT station. From there, walk towards Punggol road and follow a path to the Waterway.
By Buses: The bus service numbers 3, 34, 43, 62, 82, 83, 84, 85, 136 will bring you to Punggol Bus Interchange.
By Car: The Waterway Park is accessible by Central Expressway CTE, Tampines Expressway TPE and Kallang Paya Lebar Expressway KPE.
Car Parks: There are 2 car parks here; one at Nature Cove with 18 +1 handicap lots and another at Recreation Zone with 15 + 1 handicap lots.