Located on the Anchorvale side of Sengkang Riverside Park, along the eastern bank of the Sungei Punggol, is a pavilion. Together with the Sengkang Bridge which spans Sungei Punggol, it is part of the Round Island Route.
The Sengkang Bridge connects Sengkang Riverside Park on both banks of Sungei Punggol. It provides enhanced accessibility for visitors or residents in the surrounding vicinity. Those who pay visit to it will also be able to get a scenic and up-close view of nature from the bridge.
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The Sengkang Bridge is also the largest bridge in Singapore across a canal. It is 290 metres in length and is 5.5 metres wide. The bridge has been designed for shared use and can be used by pedestrians, joggers or cyclists.
The bridge’s decking is made from glass fiber reinforced concrete finish, a lightweight and durable material that provides the look and feel of natural timber. The glass fiber reinforced concrete finish is also slip resistant. This was chosen to maintain the area’s rustic character while ensuring visitors’ safety.
Sengkang Riverside Park Node on the Round Island Route
The Sengkang Riverside Park node serves as a rest point for those on the Round Island Route. A huge fan adds to the breeze which already flows through the shelter.
Close by is a children’s playground as well as the Skool4Kidz Campus @ Sengkang Riverside Park.