It has been raining quite often in the month of Decemeber.

Taking all the opportunities to pound the pavement along Punggol Waterway to see this view, is all worth while.

Running after the rain makes me feel so happy and feels so good.

Punggol Waterway

Running alone and waving to the familiar faces along the path, just makes it so exciting and the once in awhile sightings of other living creatures like a monitor lizard (yes a monitor lizard) and just last week, a sea otter as tall as a 1 year-old child standing up (not kidding).

Running along the waterway after the rain isn’t a smooth run because of all the flooded mini ponds and that I need to avoid them. Which really increase my agility level. You might want to avoid the tracks after a really really heavy rain or wear an older pair of shoes which I always do so to run the wet tracks.

Hope to see you there!

Run with me, won’t you?










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Posted by Rabbitt Eesh
December 10, 2014 18:33
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  1. Thanks for the recommendation Eesh. I have always wanted to run there but problem is: I don’t know how to get there by foot? I live in Tampines and want to run there and back. =)

  2. You are most welcome Half Marathon Man =D
    It’s a really nice place to run be it on a weekday or on a weekend.

    Wow Tampines is kind of far, getting their by foot. But if you must, you can run from the Tampines to a little nearer to Pasir Ris Wafer Park, the one nearer to Ikea.

    You will run pass a long row of shelters with cats, dogs, birds and fish. It would smell, that I can assure you.

    Then run a little more, you will see a cross junction and then the iconic red bridge in Punggol.

    You have reached the destination.

    It sounds long. Yes it is!

    Hope this helped you to decide to go by foot or take an alternative. Else, you can cycle and run there. That, you can.


  3. I drove there this evening to have a look. While there, I went for a short jog with slippers! Haha…. Will do a proper long run there soon! Thanks again for the intro and review!

    • If you are driving, u can park your car at Tebing Lane where are a number of eateries and pawing and fishing activities and billard house and Uncle Leong restaurant.
      Walk down the stairs and u will be able to see the red bridge at the exact spot. Or if u need a route guide. U can Google tebing lane uncle leong seafood and follow it.

      If you’re cycling from Punggol Park which is in Hougang. Cycle straight along the track. There’s only one and only track so just follow it. Do not divert anywhere else to a short cut.


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