Coney Island

Welcome to the place of green.

Alternatively known as Pulau Serangoon, is a 133-hectare island located off the northeastern coast of Singapore within the town of Punggol, between Pulau Ubin to its northeast and the mainland to its southwest.

The Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA) said that under the Master Plan, a part of Coney Island was zoned for residential, sport and recreational use but as the land is not immediately required for development. On 11 October 2015, Coney Island Park opened to the public, with a beach stretching 2 km (1 mi) and a 2.4 km (1 mi) long path that is part of the park connector network.
Source: Wiki

Summary: I was there with mom and friends on an early weekday to explore. Bike rental is available at a short distance near to Coney Island catered to different needs and uses, 3 hour was sufficient. Lonely cow on Coney Island is said nowhere to be found since 4 months ago. There is nothing much in there but greens and sands, it also made a good place for me to do self-portrait as seen on my Instagram as there are not much people around to obstruct my view or disturb the placement of my camera. Resting spot and beaches can be seen every few minute away, in the entire island there is only one restroom and it is clean enough to be used. Worth visiting if you need a chill ride, not recommended to go alone if you are a girl and please remember to protect your skin.