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Coney Island Opposite Punggol Promenade Nature Walk

20 Aug

The barricade is still there today next to the red bridge to Lorong Halus Wetland. Looks like construction works are still on-going and should be finished before 9 September 2011 in time for the CSC Walk @Punggol Promenade.

Ventured over the green fence today to have a closer look. Here are the pictures. Sand and cranes dotted the landscape along the Nature Walk route of Punggol Promenade as viewed from the shoreline of Coney Island, next to the Serangoon Reservoir East Dam. At the end of the stones shoreline, the purple morning glory plants grow in abundance along the sandy shoreline. Mimosa plants also grow along edges of the shoreline.

I wonder if the Nature/Rustic Park that will be opened in Coney Island will be at the other end of the shoreline, maybe nearer towards the Jetty Point side.

The other side view of Serangoon Reservoir East Dam

coney island shoreline

Coney Island stone edges from Serangoon Reservoir East Dam

Coney Island Greenery

mimosa flowers

Mimosa Plant

punggol promenade nature walk

Morning Glory Plants along the sandy shoreline of Coney Island

Construction works on-going along Punggol Prominade Nature Walk

Related Posts on Coney Island & Punggol Promenade
Punggol Promenade : Jetty Point Walk to Riverside Walk
Recap on Singapore Coney Island
Exploring Coney Island, Singapore

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Posted by on August 20, 2011 in photography, postaday2011, singapore, Travel

 

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