The Punggol Promenade is a public waterfront promenade that will become the pedestrian corridor for the forthcoming Punggol Waterfront Town. This $16.7 million project will eventually link Punggol Point and Punggol East, and will join up further south with other parks along the Serangoon Reservoir and the Punggol Reservoir. There are also a number of new ECs in the area including The Daleys. The 4.9km promenade is only a small part of the 150km route that will offer residents and visitors the opportunity to walk, jog, or cycle around the whole island.
Attractions yet to come in this development include an arrival plaza located right next to the beach, a beautiful water lily pond in a beautiful park setting, bridges crossing over the canals, and fishing platforms that will lean over the water. Long lasting and sustainable building materials like GRC simulated concrete, oxidised steel, and laterite are used extensively throughout the whole promenade. Besides being long-lasting, these materials also make this an environmentally friendly development.
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In 2009 the Sungei Serangoon was dammed to create the reservoir. Groundbreaking for this wonderful riverfront recreational area began soon after. The newly opened section of the Punggol Promenade, the Riverside Walk, is located along the eastern banks of the Serangoon Reservoir. The first phase of the project took 2 years to complete.
The Punggol Promenade is a short walk to and from the Riviera LRT station. Exercise stations and cycling and jogging tracks are designed to be user friendly, while the numerous lookout points offer weary visitors a chance to stop and observe the water life. Hungry visitors can currently enjoy dining at the seafood restaurant, the fast-food place, or in the bistro. More eateries and amenities are being planned.