“Lalang” in Malay, common name has known as blady grass. This special fibre-optics Lalang lights beautifully blend in with the lalang plants along the Sungei Serangoon. It’s supported by refine metal conduit pipes, skillfully curved it with a warm and cozy feeling for park-goers.
Pulau Serangoon, also known as Coney Island in Singapore. It is a 45-hectare in size and located off the north-eastern coast of the Singapore mainland. Back in about 30 years ago, you still be able to make your own way when the tide is low, as the closest distant to the shore is just about 100metres. Fun seekers will just ignore this and have their fun in this sunny island.
Currently, the island is closed for future quality housing developments. The only residents here are the coniferous trees and the breeze shuttling between trees. While some visitors watch over the waters with approving admiration.
Pine trees, ripples with the wide horizon make up an account for Coney Island beyond words.
A pavilion with an irregular arc comes with semi-open concept allows viewers to capture the beautiful scenery at the same time to hide away from the rain and sun.
The inner side of the arc, laid with reflective aluminum ceilings, mirror the bleeding red ground and turn him to a blush!
Rest enough for the day, let’s carry on with the red carpet trail and explore the next destination.