Thanks to Covid, there is a shift in my lifestyle. I am loving my morning walks lately - exploring little corners of my homeland bit by bit whenever I can. Last week, I took a 3 hours walk from home to explore Sengkang Riverside Park - Sengkang Floating Wetland, continuing my way along Punggol Park Connector by foot, passing by Kampung Lorong Buangkok before making my way home. Did not expect to walk so much but covered about 8km at a leisure pace.
I should have gone out a little earlier as the sun getting really hot by 9am. Nevertheless, I was lucky to catch the cloudy sky and it cast a gorgeous reflection on the waters.
Sengkang Floating Wetland - Singapore's first man-made floating island sits in the heart of Punggol Reservoir. It is a project under PUB's Active, Beautiful, Clean Waters (ABC Waters) Programme to provide a natural habitat for fishes and birds, beautifies the landscape and improve the water quality in the reservoir.
Visitors who took a walk on the Broadwalk will not miss out the Mega-sized Mangosteen shelter and sliced oranges. It provides seamless connection between the Anchorvale Community Club, Sengkang Sports Complex and Sengkang Riverside Park.