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  1. New Road Between Punggol & Pasir Ris Will Ease TPE Traffic From 17 Nov source: https://mustsharenews.com/pasir-ris-punggol-road/ New Link Between Punggol & Pasir Ris Will Replace Existing Slip Road For those who frequently travel between Punggol and Pasir Ris via the TPE, you would know the pain of being stuck in the jam during peak hours. Since the TPE is the quickest path connecting the two areas, motorists will often prefer to take that route. But the shortest path has become longer due to the large number of vehicles, which defeats the whole purpose. Good news for motorists though, because the Land Transport Authority (LTA) has built a new link road to help ease the traffic situation. New link road will extend from Pasir Ris Industrial Drive 1 According to LTA, the new link road opening on 17 Nov will extend from Pasir Ris Industrial Drive 1, providing an alternative for motorists travelling between Punggol and Pasir Ris. Currently, motorists travel between the two towns via the TPE, highlighted in green below. However, with the new link road, motorists can now travel between the two towns on a much shorter path than before. Here’s a video by LTA to help you better navigate the new route.
  2. Posting for my friend who doesn’t have account here. For daily commuters who travel by taxi from Punggol to Bugis in the morning, and back in the afternoon, offering friend’s car for carpool just to recover fuel costs and expensive parking. If interested just PM. Win-win. Admin, pls move to right topic section if in case this is not the proper one. Thanks.
  3. At last, 14 more days! Punggol is getting its new road to TPE/KPE being Phase 1 starting 25 Nov 2018. Hope that it alleviates the peak hour jam (even on weekends). Kinda of excited as I'm personally affected by the jam everyday. Let's look at the situation after it opens. But then again, it is during school holidays and the real situation should be reflected next year when school reopens. https://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/singapore/new-punggol-link-road-to-tpe-kpe-10908120
  4. Hi Everyone I am using Shell so have no use for the SPC coupons. It is a booklet consisting of 6 X $3 off every $50 petrol purchase for each month of June, July and August 2016 Only valid at SPC Punggol and SPC Sengkang If anyone is interested, please PM me. First come first serve. Only 1 booklet sorry. Self collect from my carpark (Punggol area). cheers
  5. ChaosMyth

    CNY Bazaar 2018 (Punggol)

    I'm here to share another bazaar, this time round for CNY! Happening at Punggol. I've been here once already last Saturday. Just like your regular pasar malam except with shops selling CNY decorations! Brought my mum to see see look look and buy some decor for the year of the dog. Skipped the food section as it was too crowded and we had dinner at Waterway already. If you wanna soak in the atmosphere though it's still a good place to visit and kill some time! It's located just beside Waterway Point btw. The Punggol MRT. http://thesmartlocal.com/read/punggol-cny-bazaar
  6. God bless him. Real big heart in doing his part for the needy. In cool weather, restaurant owner delivers blankets to those sleeping on the streets in Chinatown 1 of 2 Mr Francis Ng (left) delivering a blanket to carpenter Chua Yong Sia, 61, who has been sleeping homeless in Chinatown for the last few years.PHOTO: LIM MIN ZHANG PUBLISHED5 HOURS AGO UPDATED43 MIN AGO FACEBOOK1,993TWITTEREMAIL Lim Min Zhang SINGAPORE - While many are sleeping comfortably at home in the cool weather, some people spending the night on the streets get by without a blanket. The sight of an old man in Chinatown shivering while trying to sleep moved Mr Francis Ng to action last week. Since last Thursday (Jan 4), the restaurant owner has been giving out blankets to those sleeping on the streets, mainly in mature estates such as Tiong Bahru, Redhill and Toa Payoh. He estimated that he has given out more than 100 blankets so far. They cost around $10 per piece. In the early hours of a rainy Saturday morning (Jan 13), The Straits Times followed Mr Ng, 44, on his solo mission to do good. In about an hour, he delivered nine blankets in Chinatown to mostly elderly men. Some of them lie on benches and reclining chairs, while make do with a piece of cardboard on the ground. The heartwarming act came amid the cool spell in recent days.
  7. carloverguy2017

    The Singapore Armed Forces SG50 @ Punggol

    The force of Singapore is strong today ! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QBgr9ebXQa8 Video is best enjoyed with quality earphones. View full screen on Youtube. I work on filming and video editing as my passionate hobby.. :)
  8. Punggol residents finally has a shopping mall of their own....by the end of this year!! It will have a cinema & Fairprice Xtra.
  9. TVT

    The Punggol Settlement

    http://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/singapore/punggol-settlement/1263426.html More than 90 per cent of the outlets at the new food and beverage cluster at Punggol Point have been taken up, with tenants hoping it will become the next go-to seafood dining location after East Coast. SINGAPORE: More than 90 per cent of the outlets at the new food and beverage cluster at Punggol Point have been taken up; three months after the site received its Temporary Occupation Permit in April 2014. Tenants at Punggol Settlement hope it will become the next go-to seafood dining location after East Coast. With a growing population in the area and more recreational facilities coming up, some tenants say they are not too concerned about the so-called far-away place, though others add the lack of public transport to the area is a concern. Talks are ongoing to start a shuttle bus service from the nearby Punggol MRT station. "Many of the tenants are already operating right now. The rest are finalising their renovations and they should be operating soon,” said Sean Fong, marketing agent of Punggol Settlement. He added that the public can experience “full seafront dining at all restaurant units." "Many years back, there were a few popular restaurants here and they were selling seafood,” said Francis Ng, owner of House of Seafood. “I hope I can bring back those memories to those youngsters. A lot of youngsters are staying here, so I think there's a lot of potential." - CNA/ec Anyone has been there yet? Is it worth to go ?
  10. Wife was on her way to work on TPE after punggol exit when she saw a motorbike banged onto a car behind us ( through the side mirror) before knocking onto our car and fled the scene. If your car happened to be banged by this motorbike, kindly PM me and we can perhaps consolidate our video proofs to make a report against him and make him accountable for his action if possible. Thanks.
  11. FOUR elderly women suffered deep cuts, fractures and bruises at Punggol Plaza yesterday morning when the handrail of the escalator they were on suddenly stopped moving. The women, in their 70s and 80s, were just three steps from the top. As they were clutching on to the handrails, they lost their balance and fell backwards. Two ended up in a heap at the foot of the escalator, while the other two landed on the steps. Madam Kiong Mok Lan, 76, who was at the rear of the group, suffered the worst injuries. She had tried to put her hands out to stop the others from falling onto her, but the slim-built woman was unable to withstand their weight. She landed face down and fractured her left cheekbone, right hand and left leg. Her spectacles also broke, and her left eye was swollen and bruised. All the women suffered bruises and long scratches down their backs caused by the escalator's jagged metal edges. One of them, Madam Liew Poh Chan, 72, had deep cuts on both shins and was bleeding profusely. The women were taken to Changi General Hospital by ambulance, and later discharged. Madam Kiong was heading for breakfast at the mall at about 9am with her daughter-in-law's parents - Mr Yap Ah Kow, 77, and Madam Hoh Peck Tau, 72, - as well as family friends Madam Cheong Tai, 81, and Madam Liew. Mr Yap, Madam Hoh and Madam Cheong are Malaysians who came here for a holiday last Friday and were scheduled to go home today. The group had planned to visit Resorts World Sentosa after breakfast. Madam Kiong's daughter-in-law, Mrs Wendy Lim, 43, was also on the escalator, which connects the basement to the first floor. But the housewife and her father, Mr Yap, were unhurt. Career counsellor Gilbert Goh, who witnessed the incident, said he was having breakfast at a fast-food restaurant near the escalator when he heard something that 'sounded like thunder'. When he rushed out to help, he saw the four women sprawled along the escalator. 'I got a shock,' said Mr Goh, 49, a member of the opposition National Solidarity Party who had contested in the recent general election in Tampines GRC. When The Straits Times spoke to them at the hospital later, the women appeared shaken and tired. But they grew agitated when recounting the accident. Madam Hoh claimed one of the mall management officers said it happened because the women became giddy. 'She said that we are old and fell because we were feeling giddy. How is it possible that all four of us suffer from giddiness at the same time?' she said in Mandarin. Her son-in-law Andy Lim, 46, rushed to the mall after his wife told him what had happened, and asked a mall employee to test the escalator twice. Both times, he said, the handrail stopped intermittently. Mr Lim, who works in a training company, said it was 'very irresponsible' of the management to dismiss the incident as a minor one. When The Straits Times contacted the management office, an officer at first said what happened was 'normal' and just 'a big hoo-ha'. Another employee said the mall had never received any public feedback about the escalator being faulty. Yesterday afternoon, the escalator was cordoned off and inspected by workmen from a repair company. The mall said the escalators are maintained every month. Several shoppers and shop owners claimed that the particular escalator was often problematic. One shop owner, who has been there for seven years, said incidents are common. The Straits Times understands that the mall management has reported the incident to its insurance company. A check with several malls found that most service their escalators every month. VivoCity, for example, also deploys its technicians to check on escalators when it gets complaints. Faulty escalators are cordoned off and signs put up to inform shoppers they are being maintained, said a spokesman. Mr Lionel Tan, owner of FB Industries, a company which installs and maintains lifts and escalators, said accidents on escalators are common. He said escalators can stop moving suddenly when the safety switches are activated by users who stand too closely to the sides. But he said it is rare for the handrail to stop moving.
  12. $14.10 for these 2 plates... omg... i've eaten at this place and ta pau many times... also at katong there that one... my average packet or plate is like $3-$4 since years ago... but that day my friend lost me in darts and suggested to eat there... he couldnt believe his ears/eyes when told of the price for the 2plates we had...... is this normal sia? bloody expensive nasi lemak... yes i admit its nice, but nothing out of this world... and i hate Qs... so i only eat once in a blue moon when not so crowded or someone else is lining up...
  13. HELP! TOILET BOWL EXPLODED WITH SHIT IN MY PUNGGOL EAST FLAT! Dear A.S.S., Look at this shitty situation! One weekend I came home with my familly and I had to use the toilet urgently. So I went in and relieved myself. After that, I flushed. To my horror, the flush not only didn't work, it started to overflow. AND IT DIDN'T STOP OVERFLOWING. I had to run out of the toilet and try to turn off the water mains in my house, but it still didn't stop. Soon the entire house was filled with disgusting shit water. I had to ask my family to stay over at my in-laws place while i waited for the PUB and f**king slow HDB to show up and assess the damage. You can see the damage for yourself. I even saw bits of carrots and char siew floating around in the waste. YUCKS - More at AllSingaporeStuff.com http://www.allsingaporestuff.com/article/help-toilet-bowl-exploded-shit-my-punggol-east-flat FB: http://fb.com/allsgstuff - See more at: http://www.allsingaporestuff.com/article/help-toilet-bowl-exploded-shit-my-punggol-east-flat#sthash.UK9Awwmc.dpuf
  14. A 31-year old Singaporean driver had two police vehicles hot on his wheels in a 15km high-speed chase on Monday night, which spanned from around Punggol West to Shenton Way. He was eventually nabbed for driving while under disqualification, and for his rash act. The police had been conducting an operation along the Kallang-Paya Lebar Expressway (KPE) when the man's car whizzed past. He was found to be speeding, but did not stop when signalled to do so by the police. Instead, he stepped on the gas and sped off. The police began their pursuit, which started along the KPE around Punggol West and moved to the East Coast Parkway (ECP). The chase ended after the car turned into a carpark along Prince Edward Road around Shenton Way, and the driver found himself cornered by the two police vehicles. His car finally came to a halt after colliding with the police car. Police investigations are ongoing Bugger. Trying to mess with Mata S80
  15. http://wanbao.omy.sg/local/story20140220-23027 曾获得多个国际大奖的榜鹅水道,公园后方入夜竟变淫窟,记者现场目击,10多名艳女公然招客,寻欢客络绎不 绝。 I am organizing a night cycling trip. who interested?
  16. Donut

    Ecopolitan Punggol

    I'm been looking at this project and considering buying one unit aiming for the bigger or biggest unit there. Still got some unsold ones. Any advice on this? I know I no money, can't afford a real private condo. Anyway, if i want to really buy this, it will be an appeal case for me. I got some things that exceeds the requirements. Never knew that EC is so troublesome...... I need to know the peak traffic condition from Pungool to Town. there are 3 routes, as far as i know: TPE to ECP, TPE to KPE and TPE to CTE How's the travelling experience of taking MRT during peak hour? I heard that there are plane noise over Sengkang and Punggol. Will this project be affected by this noise too?
  17. Hi all, Not sure if some kind souls can help with starting a new thread under "General" as i have not reach 25 posts yet. I had a accident on the 4th April around 1040 pm, Along Punggol Road slip road towards Jalan Kayu/ SLE/CTE. I was on the extreme left filter lane (there were 2 lanes), and after checking clear i proceeded. Suddenly a cyclist (Foreign worker , dark skinned either indian or bangadeshi, wearing a black tshirt with dark colored bottoms ) cycled acrossed the pedestrian crossing without checking. He was going at a fast speed, cycling across and i could not react in time. Jammed brakes but still hit the rear wheel of the bicycle. He fell and i believe sustained some injuries towards his wrist and foot. I dialed for police and ambulance , statements were given and the case is still pending. Would anyone happen to see the accident? I have been prowling the net to search for other such incidents, however, all pointed to the fault of the driver. Would really appreciate any advice from the seniors here. http://injury.findlaw.com/car-accidents/bi...-accidents.html http://srsc.org.sg/advisories/cyclists-bic...fety-accidents/ There are some articles which states that the cyclist should dismount before proceeding , however, i believe the TP would be aware of these rules and regulations as well.
  18. Mllcg

    Punggol By Election Called

    SINGAPORE: A by-election will be held for Punggol East Single-Member Constituency (SMC), after Member of Parliament Michael Palmer resigned over an extra-marital affair. Nomination Day will be held on 16 January 2013. If more than one candidate stand for nominations on Nomination Day, Polling Day will be held on 26 January 2013. The president issued the Writ of Election on Wednesday. The Nomination Place is North Vista Secondary School at Rivervale Link. The Returning Officer is Mr Yam Ah Mee, chief executive director of the People's Association. http://www.channelnewsasia.com/stories/sin...1246889/1/.html
  19. Ruriimasu

    Woohoo! Punggol East Slap!

    As above..
  20. Crowd is out in full force Source:EDMW
  21. My ass says it will be butt doctor. My heart goes to LLL.
  22. Any thoughts? The President of Singapore, Tony Tan, has issued a writ of election for Punggol East constituency with Nomination Day being next Wednesday, the16th of January. If more than one candidate is nominated, Polling Day will take place later this month on the 26th of January. The Punggol East seat was left vacant after MP Michael Palmer stepped down due to an extra-marital affair last month. Pasir Ris-Punggol MP, Teo Ser Luck, has been standing in as caretaker MP in recent weeks. PM Lee said in a statement on Wednesday that he advised the President to call the by-election quickly as it was important that Punggol residents "can have their own MP in Parliament" and because of a "busy national agenda this year". "The White Paper on Population will soon be debated in Parliament. Budget 2013 is around the corner. The Our Singapore Conversation is translating the views of citizens into programmes to improve our lives," he added. The single-seat constituency is expected to be hotly contested with as many as five parties -- including the Workers' Party, Singapore Democratic Party, the Singapore Democratic Alliance and even the Reform Party -- expressing interest in contesting the by-election in recent weeks. On Tuesday, a surprise candidate, 40-year-old surgeon, Dr Koh Poh Koon, may have emerged as the People's Action Party (PAP) choice, after he was seen accompanying Teo during an Meet-the-People session. This is the second by-election is as many years, after Hougang also held a by-election last year, which Workers' Party member Png Eng Huat won decisively over PAP candidate Desmond Choo. But this time around, Punggol East is seen as a stronghold for the PAP, going by the last general election results in May 2011 when Palmer defeated WP candidate, Lee Li Lian, by a convincing 54.5 percent to 41 percent of votes. A third candidate, Singapore Democratic Alliance's Desmond Lim received 4.4 percent of votes. However, analysts Yahoo! Singapore spoke to last month said that if the contest were to be a straight fight between the WP and PAP, the former could be seen as favourites. "This is a competitive seat with a three-corner fight last round. A one-on-one contest will make this a potentially winnable seat for the opposition," said Bridget Welsh, associate professor in Political Science at Singapore Management University (SMU). Meanwhile, Punngol-East resident Syed Muhammad, 25, welcomed the possibility of a multi-party contest. "I believe that it is a good idea to let the 5 parties compete as our PM mentioned in his statement he wants us (residents) to vote for the best MP to represent us. By having as many as five parties contest, I believe residents will be able to wisely consider who is best suited for the job," he said. Another resident, Nadh, a 25-year-old freelance designer, welcomed the timing of the by-election. "I like how they are acting fast to get a replacement for Palmer. I don't think it's too rushed because residents here just want a fast solution," he said. Source : http://sg.news.yahoo.com/pm-lee-issues-writ-of-election-for-punggol-east--nomination-day-16th-of-january-081917325.html
  23. Ponggol HUAT AHHHHHH!!!!!!!!! http://www.asiaone.com/A1Business/General%...016-378058.html
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