It was a trip that got an”ooh” and”ah” from her, even though she hadn’t expected much from the excursion. “I never knew this type of gem occur in Bukit Panjang till I researched the region,” states Lee. She’s open to the concept of residing in town in Singapore’s West Region, despite appreciating the ease of accessibility together with her existing house in the Central region.
Really, the panoramic Pang Sua Pond — along with its own floating boardwalk, suspended about seven metres over the water is a sight to behold.
Reopened at 2017, Pang Sua Pond has become Singapore’s second-largest artificial flying wetland, home to an astonishing biodiversity. Leather fern, fragrant pandan, mini flatsedge, and water cenna are only some forms of wetland plants which may be found there. These crops were carefully selected by PUB since they help absorb nutrients, enhance water quality, and create a habitat for turtles, fishes, and dragonflies. Unusual suspects, such as otters, have been seen at the pond.
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Curving over and about the floating wetlands is your 480-metre wood boardwalk that’s a community focal point, linking residents to neighboring facilities such as the adjoining Senja-Cashew Community Club; a 3G Wellness Centre comprising a gym, roof patio and action rooms; a multipurpose phase with over 200 seats; and watching decks where a scenic view of this region can be appreciated. In the evenings, the boardwalk lights illuminating the road by which residents can enjoy a great stroll or a romantic season.
Transportation and Decent meals
Prominently lodged between Bukit Panjang and Senja LRT stations, and also alongside the Bukit Panjang Integrated Transport Hub (ITH) that started in 2017, the mall has been the sole one in the Region for decades, helping residents from the local Cashew Park, Chestnut Drive, and Hillview, as well as people from Teck Whye, Choa Chu Kang, along with Upper Bukit Timah. A two-storey F&B block has been inserted in 2014, also in ancient 2016, $32.7 million has been pumped into its next stage of renovation works, including the growth of the Bukit Panjang Public Library.
Since then, the region’s F&B choices have expanded with the inclusion of Hillion Restaurant, that is part of the Bukit Panjang ITH, in Addition to Hillion Residences developed by Sim Lian Group and Sim Lian Development. Popular favourites among youths and families are Chefs, and Suki-Ya to get hotpot in BPP. If you’re seeking lighter fare, then Maki-San in Hillion provides sandwiches and sushi. To get a fuss-free meal, Saizeriya has great western cuisine like pasta and roasted rice.
To split a new identity for Bukit Panjang New Town, HDB architects specially designed apartments with special architectural features to differentiate it from other cities. This pays homage to the source of this title Bukit Panjang, or”extended mountain” in Malay. The city’s identity hasn’t deviated far out of its previous, as it was a mostly agricultural and agricultural area, for a lot of the greenery and terrain was kept from the present city.
The closeness to character is attractive to some. “Considering that the appeal of Pang Sua Pond along with the panoramic views, I do not mind moving to Bukit Panjang,” Lee states. “I expect to maintain a calm and quiet surroundings in walking distance to various conveniences and malls. The CBD can be only a 30-minute state bus “