Here’s a little focus on the suspension bridge at Punggol Waterway. This picture was posted earlier.
Yesterday there was no one guarding the entrance at both ends of the bridge so pedestrians and cyclists could pass through.
This is the view if going downwards towards the direction of Lorong Halus, Serangoon Reservoir. At about 10am, you will be facing the sun.
We had the most glorious blue sky yesterday. With the sun at my back, those clouds and the green landscape against the backdrop of blue sky painted such a pretty picture. Taken on the other viewpoint looking towards Punggol Reservoir. This was around 10am in the morning. If going in the evening, the sun will be facing this angle in the late afternoon.
Take a closer look at the gigantic cable wire at the entrance of the suspension bridge.
Ready to cross over? Notice all the cable wires at each side of the red railing. I would not recommend jumping up and down while crossing this bridge. Very shaky. 😉
Punggol Waterway is not officially opened yet. It will be officially opened on 23 October 2011. Meanwhile people still walk, jog and cycle here while workers carry on with their works. Keep a look-out for lorries, cranes and heavy machineries if you are coming here to check out this place. Be safe.
Have a great start to a new workday!