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  • Punggol Beach

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    Recommended sightseeing time:1-2 hours

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    A Singapore beach peppered with small boulders awaits at Punggol Beach in Northern Singapore making this a great spot for arty photo shots. Punggol Beach Singapore, which is close to Punggol Waterway Park has a rather dark history: this is the site of the Sook Ching Massacre in 1942, and there is an on-site heritage marker for those who want to read up on this tragic event. For a kid-friendly activity check out the nearby prawning ponds!

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    Punggol Beach is located at the northeastern tip of Singapore, across the sea from Malaysia. Running on the beach, cycling, horseback riding, catching crabs, catching sea rainbows, fishing, photography, watching the sunset and shooting the sunrise are all very interesting. The site is known as the site of the "Punggol Beach Massacre" and today the location has been marked as a national heritage site. Around 19:00 in the evening, you can often see burning clouds, which is very spectacular.
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