“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.
The fresh air accompany by the scenic landscapes are always so alluring. People gather around. Joggers, cyclists, even stalkers are here seeking for moment of calm and serenity.
Awakening of Sungei Serangoon / Serangoon reservoir.
Thousands of rippers flowing like million of shrimps. A common scene on this old Sungei Serangoon.
One side of the trail is meant for cyclist while the other for strollers or joggers. Another course of action is to choose the middle path to fasten your body’s bolts and nuts!
Sitting on the wooden bench while enjoying this beautiful moment of dawn, looking into the mist between the forests, what could be better than a lifetime in this minute?
Besides health seekers doing their leisure walks, you’ll discover some fairies around the corner waiting for your exploration.
They are always there, humming and listening to the footsteps of passer-by.
The sunlight cast a silhouette on the Halus Bridge, at the same time casting away our worries and defilements.
When the bridge faces the sun, he shows his fantastic countenance!
Welcome! The river of the rising sun!
A warm smile from the Sun above Sunrise Bridge, will lead you to the enchanting mangroves and wetlands.
The curvy timber design walkway lures people for a dance of Waltz!
Birds of the wild enjoy loitering around for a simple breakfast.
And what about the wild flowers happily wearing the newly crocheted web gifted by brother of nature?
Not just one or two…but uncountable!
A rigid but wave-like timber platform bridge leads to further side of Punggol.
A mangrove calmly present you with a new beginning of the day.
As you step down from the bridge, a reddish-soiled path welcome you like a red carpet as you start the next scenic trip to Coney Island.