Sengkang Riverside Park is Riverine Park in Singapore found along Anchorvale Street in Sungei Punggol. It is among the four parks situated on the Park Connector Network’s North Eastern Loop. The park’s main features are made up of a man-made wetland and the fruit trees found in it. The constructed wetland inside the park gathers water from run-offs and rainfall which is naturally filtered through the aquatic plants such as rushes and cattails found in it. It is also home to a variety of bird, damselfly, dragonfly, fish, and crustacean and snail species.
Sengkang Riverside Park Near to Rivercove Residences EC
Given that the Punggol Reservoir, also referred Sungei Punggol runs through the Sengkang Riverside Park, it exudes tranquillity and calmness. The park is definitely a favourite for those who love nature as it feature a rich biodiversity and a man-made wetland. Visitors can take long walks on its numerous trails in order to check out the manually planted marshes while interacting with the marshland’s inhabitants. The wetland is home to various aquatic plants and also a wildlife habitat attracting a wide range of damselflies and mangrove birds. It is close to Rivercove Residences EC Sengkang near to Anchorvale Lane by Hoi Hup Realty and Sunway Developments. Sengkang Riverside Park is located near to Rivercove EC and is one of the best places to relax with your family after their work.
Sengkang Riverside Park Fernvale Road Sengkang MRT
Visitors can also take part in an educational journey whereby they get to check out the fruit trees found around the park. Apart from ordinary edible fruits such as chiku, dragon fruit, custard apple, Island Lychee, and star fruit, tourists can find the poisonous ones like fish killer tree and the ordeal tree. They can even encounter exotic fruits that they cannot find in shopping centers or local stalls. The country’s National Parks Board has come up with a trail and guide that a person can refer to in order to get more information about 16 of the fruit trees located in the park. The trees have attracted many birds, butterflies, and bees. Visitors can also get a chance to visit the PUB’s Sengkang Floating Island located inside the park, which happens to be the largest man-made wetland in Singapore.
Sengkang Riverside Park Thanggam LRT Station
Things to do at Sengkang Riverside Park include cycling, photography as well as workouts and exercise. Cycling is a notable activity that many people who visit the park enjoy. Carrying one’s own bicycle is recommended. The park also happens to be a popular place for exercise enthusiasts. It presents the ideal place for morning and afternoon walks. Those who love photography will get a chance to capture scenic shots of the man-made wetlands. To get to the park, a visitor takes the Sengkang West Loop LRT and is dropped at Farmway Station. It is about a ten minutes’ walk to Sungei Punggol.