North coast of Singapore - Punggol Point
What have changed since then? I think the jetty got longer... (just kidding). More parking lots, more restaurants maybe.... The park was opened shortly after our visit. We went back a second time just to see what the park is like. Pleasant, not that crowded, but terribly hot because the trees planted were little and not sufficiently big enough to provide any significant shade for us park visitors.
Not far from the jetty is a memorial heritage site to remember 400 Chinese civilians who were massacred there during WWII in 1942. It was known as the Sook Ching Massacre. The area was also known as Kangkar which means "river mouth" in Teochew. And I need to come back here during low tide. I saw pictures taken by someone else, of huge black boulders on the beach. I need to see them!!