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Coney Island Park

In this rustic, ecologically sustainable park rich in biodiversity and history, enjoy beautiful boardwalks, scenic cycling paths and diverse natural habitats.
  1. A section of the East Promenade and toilet will be closed from 7 June 2021 to 30 June 2025 to facilitate construction works.

    Please use the alternative path to get from Beach Areas D and E to the East Entrance.


Beside Punggol Promenade Nature Walk

Park information

Park size
81 hectares
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Opening hours
7am to 7pm
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Getting here
You can enter the park via 2 entrances: the West entrance (near Punggol Point Walk and Punggol Promenade) or the East entrance (near Lorong Halus Wetland).
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Parking information
  • There are no carparks on the island. The nearest carpark is at Punggol Settlement.
  • Bicycle parking lots are located at both entrances – the West entrance (Punggol Point) and East entrance (Lorong Halus).
Nearby stations
  • Punggol Point LRT station
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Wheelchair accessible
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Accessibility detail
  • Wheelchair accessible and stroller friendly at the East and West ends.
  • Terrain is rugged at some parts of the park and may be unsuitable for young children and people with mobility issues.
  • Do not camp or fish.
  • Do not stray into the vegetation. Stay on designated trails.
  • Do not feed the monkeys or hold any plastic bag or water bottle when visiting the park.
  • Do not enter the Haw Par Beach Villa.
  • Do wear long pants and covered shoes for protection from insects such as sandflies.
  • Do keep a safe distance from wildlife such as stray dogs, wild boars and box jellyfish, which have been spotted in the area.
    • Note: Stray dogs are territorial and might be threatened by pet dogs.
  • Find out more about the dos and don'ts you should follow when visiting the park.

What to see

Special features


Catch mangrove wildlife in action. Train your eyes on the ground and see if you can spot any Giant Mudskippers, mud lobsters, tree-climbing crabs and more. 


Take in the scenic views of nature from the boardwalk here. Discover a variety of plants commonly found in coastal forests and mangroves.


There are 5 themed beaches with different plants to delight both beach and nature lovers.

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Plants and animals

Common Flameback
Common Flameback

This vibrant woodpecker loves marshes. Males have a red crown while females have a black crown streaked with white.

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Tree-climbing crabs
Tree-climbing crabs

Their bodies are flat and squarish, with flat pointed legs. They will cling to tree trunks just above the water line and remain motionless to avoid predators. 

Casuarina tree
Casuarina tree

Commonly found near beaches, this shoreline tree species has tiny leaves, needle-like twigs and small spiky fruits. 

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Spot the only 2 wild Paku Raja cycads in mainland Singapore near Beach Area C. They grow very slowly and can live for as long as 1,000 years. 

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What to do




More than 80 species of resident and migratory birds have been spotted at this park, from the Baya Weaver to the Oriental Magpie-robin.


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