Wednesday, July 16, 2014

Punggol Waterway Park and Punggol Point Park


Found time to finally head down to Punggol Waterway Park ever since I saw someone post photos of this tree online (from Christopher Vu). Although I need to add a disclaimer that the sunset sure wasn't that colour that day. Sometimes you get a really amazing sunset, sometimes you don't. Hahaha. But I love the picture, so until we get to take another photo of this with an awesome sunset, this will do. 






Walkies!! Photo spam. The park is actually quite big. we went one round around the park itself, took pictures, walked some more. Mama forgot to bring water for me so we kind of cut short the walk. 

Map
The lone tree is near the starred area!

Hehe
So after which, we headed to Punggol Point Park.

Map
It's the starred area on the map! You can walk along the beach or go eat seafood at The Punggol Settlement building which houses a few restaurants an a bicycle rental shop. Or just stroll around Punggol Point Park which actually comprises of 2 or 3 really huge ponds with many terrapins. Hahaha. The Punggol Point Walk looked good but it was getting dark so we walked around the Punggol Stables then had dinner.

Btw, did you know that Punggol Stables has chalet units for booking? Best part? Dogs ARE ALLOWED!!! Mama is so going to come here with me one day. Hahaha.

Bacon & Booze
Settled for dinner here (human food only), but they had water bowls for dogs! Really good because I was dying of thirst. *stares at mama*

Cha soba with Seaweed Chicken
Shepherd's pie.
Mama says food was quite good, though they don't do doggy food. But good enough! Oh, we do have to take outdoor seating though, which is normal in most places anyway. So this place goes under "Dog-Friendly Cafes/Restaurants", where dogs are allowed but not off leash within the compound but leashed and outdoors.

Happy me!
Want to go back again! Must remember to bring water next time.