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!
We arrived at the beach in the evening, it was late and there were almost no people on the beach, we were on guard at first that it was too late to see the scenery, but the sunset was so beautiful, many locals would drive over to play in the water
A small beach to hang out, it is located near the Coney Island and is also a great place for photoshoot.
Many fun things u can do here. Walking down the beaches, cycling, enjoy the eateries here too. Would highly recommend people to come here to take a stroll after a warmly hearted meal