Under the “Punggol 21 Plus” plan, Punggol is a housing estate situated in the northeast of Singapore, bordered by the Tampines Expressway, Sungei Punggol, Strait of Johor, Serangoon Harbour and Sungei Serangoon. But do you know that in the past, Sengkang and parts of Hougang were also considered part of Punggol? In fact, Hougang Avenue 8 and 10 were once part of Punggol Road.
Discover these interesting facts as well as some of Punggol’s iconic landmarks in this story map.
View the story map in full screen or on your mobile device by scanning the QR code below.
- This story map does not show a comprehensive coverage of the buildings and landmarks of Punggol.
- The title of the base map used in this story map is Singapore Road Map - North East (1984).
- This story map used related articles in Infopedia, HistorySG, BiblioAsia, Roots and Remember Singapore as references. It also consulted the following sources: Punggol 21: A waterfront town of the 21st century (1996), Punggol Revisited (1996). (1987), Singapore Street Names: A Study of Toponymics (2013), and What’s in the Name?: How the Streets and Villages in Singapore Got Their Names (2018)
- This story map was made by Lee Meiyu.