Coney Island Park
Easiest way to get there: Walk 500m from Punggol Point Park / Punggol Settlement ( Used to be called Punggol End by the locals, near Punggol Jetty).
The first step is to get to Punggol Point Park / Punggol Settlement !
BY BUS: From Punggol interchange, take bus 84 to Punggol Point Park/Punggol Settlement.
BY CAR: Park your car at Punggol Point Park/Punggol Settlement.
Then second step is to walk about 500m east along the Punggol Promenade Nature Walk to get to Coney Island West Entrance.
Park Size: 50 hectares
Park opening hours: 7am to 7pm (gate will be closed at 7pm)
Besides being rich in history, the 50 ha Coney Island Park houses a wide variety of habitats, including coastal forests, grasslands, mangroves, and casuarina woodlands. It is home to a wide variety of fauna and flora, some of which are critically endangered. Some plants at the park are presumed nationally extinct in the wild.
Try spotting one of 80 species of birds on Coney Island Park, including the resident male Baya Weavers weaving their large and intricate nests from flowering Acacia trees. Hear the Oriental Magpie-robin’s songs from the forest, or follow the flocks of parakeets flying through the forest canopies. The different habitats in the park allow for a high diversity in bird species, thus making the park an ideal location for birdwatching.
The rustic Coney Island Park is an ecologically sustainable park with many environmental initiatives. It focuses on conserving energy and water, recycling and retaining of the natural elements in the park.
The timber from uprooted Casuarina trees were collected and recycled into park signage, seats, benches, boardwalk, and exhibits at Casuarina Exploration.
Enjoy and have fun !!! It is always Great to find some time to be with Nature! Breath Oxygen. See Greeneries. Spot animals. If you have young kids, bring them for a walk, it is better than playing games at home ;). Sweat it out !!!