@Coney Island, Singapore

Located off Singapore’s North East coast, Coney Island or Pulau Serangoon, is home to a wide variety of habitats, including coastal forests, grasslands and mangroves. There are also rare flora and fauna, like the nationally endangered spotted wood owl and the black-crowned night heron.

Here in the islands like these its best to enjoy the rustic nature, and slow down a little, then you get to see all the wildlife.

It’s easier to access because it’s actually connected to the mainland and connected with the park connector network,from Punggol Point it’s just 500m away.

Visitors enter Coney Island Park using two entrances – by taking a bus to Punggol Point Park and walking 500 metres to the West entrance, or driving down the the Tampines Expressway to Pasir Ris Industrial Drive 6 for the East entrance.




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