Here is where Punggol bus service turn around. The spatial road-end never change since 50's.
In the 60's-70's, there was a popular Punggol seafood restaurant situated on the righhand side of the road - where the man is standing in the photo.
The 3.5 km long Punggol Waterway is not yet visible on the Google Earth (Nov 2011)until it is updated. The Punggol Waterway is a newly completed project of a man-made stream to create a leisure park as well as to beautify the landscape of Punggol HDB estate.
This Punggol Waterway is dug and completed in Nov 2011. It links Sungei Serangoon on the east and Sungei Punggol on the west. Walkways and bycicle tracks run on both side of the Waterway. This picture is taken at its eastern ends and is facing west. All These Waterway pictures were taken in Nov 2011
Take a look at this photo - A Mangrove-Trail Shed Laid on Sungai Tampines; for the "Viewing Platform" from other angle.
Those roof-tops are the HDB flats in Punggol. This picture was taken with the zoom feature of the camera.
One of my favorite. This was taken on train to Tibet. It came out unexpectedly sharp with good contrast over the land and sky. It was a morning and the sky appears to be so clean with floating snow-white clouds on crystal blue background.
Great sunset capture-Like-Paulo Tan