Coney Island Park Singapore in Pictures

Situated in the town of Punggol in the north-east region of Singapore, Coney Island is a 50 hectares uninhabited island that were turned into a nature park. There is a rough road network for cycling and jog activities. The park has a boardwalk and a narrow two-kilometre beach front. The beach is merely for sight-seeing and strolling activities only. There are shelters and open spaces scattered within the island for resting and bird watching activities.

The island can be access with a connecting bridge on the east gate that connects to Punggol and on the west gate that connect to Pasir Ris Coast Industrial Park.