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Sengkang Riverside Park

With the Punggol River running through it and a man-made wetland, this park is home to rich biodiversity, making it popular with nature lovers.

Sengkang Riverside Park is located on the North Eastern Riverine Loop and Round Island Route of the Park Connector Network.


At the junction of Anchorvale Street and Sungei Punggol.

Park information

Park size
21.3 hectares
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Opening hours
Open 24 hours
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Getting here

Sengkang Riverside Park consists of 3 plots: Visitor plot, Mangrove plot and Civic plot.

You can enter the park in 2 ways:

  • Alight at Kupang LRT station and head to the Visitor or Mangrove plots (a 5-minute walk)
  • Alight at Farmway LRT station and head to the Civic plot (a 5-minute walk)
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Parking information

Carpark (near Fernvale Street entrance): 77 car lots, 8 motorcycle lots and 1 lot for handicapped visitors.

Nearby stations
  • Farmway LRT station
  • Kupang LRT station
  • Sengkang MRT station
Nearby park connectors
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Wheelchair accessible
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Accessibility detail

Only the pond areas are not wheelchair accessible.

  • Do not fish.
  • Find out more about the dos and don'ts you should follow when visiting the park.

What to see

Special features

Sengkang Floating Wetland
Sengkang Floating Wetland

One of Singapore's largest man-made wetlands, it is home to mangrove birds, damselflies and a charming fruit-themed boardwalk.

Sengkang Riverside Bridge
Sengkang Riverside Bridge

Connecting the park's banks and Punggol Reservoir, this 290m bridge provides elevated views of the surroundings.

Plant and animals

Mangrove birds
Mangrove birds

Catch a glimpse of mangrove birds such as the Purple Heron, Little Tern, and Collared Kingfisher.

Fruit trees
Fruit trees

The park is home to over 20 species of fruit trees. Try identifying the Mango Tree, Starfruit Tree, Longan Tree, Tamarind Tree, White Dragonfruit Tree and more.

Dragonflies & damselflies
Dragonflies & damselflies

See if you can spot the Common Bluetail and Common Scarlet hovering over the waters.

What to do


Cycling or inline skating

Cycling or inline skating

Meander through the peaceful trails within the park, or make an adventure out of it and explore other nearby parks via the Round Island Route.


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