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Punggol Container Park Family Guide: Rink @ Punggol East & Restaurants – Sassy Mama Singapore

Punggol Container Park makes for a fun late afternoon outing on the weekends! This cool park is teeming with charming riverside restaurants, is home to the new Rink @ Punggol East roller sports rink and is right along the Punggol Promenade Riverside Walk. Be warned though that it is a large open space and on a cloudless day the sun can feel brutal. So pack your sun hats, sunscreen and umbrellas before checking it out!
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Things to Do at Punggol Container Park
Punggol Container Park Restaurants
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Rink @ Punggol East is the newest addition to Singapore’s indoor playgrounds and proudly hailed as Singapore’s Largest Rollersports Rink! Nestled within Punggol Container Park, this expansive and fully sheltered obstacle rink offers lots of thrilling activities, including rollerskating, skateboarding, pedal go-karting, scooting, tube sliding, and more. While it may not be entirely indoors, the rink is sheltered and equipped with ample fans to ensure a cool and comfortable experience. The entry price grants access to all the equipment provided, with the exception of the pedal cars, which require an additional fee. The tube slide promises exhilarating speed for kids! However, do take note that the area can get busy, with children on vehicles moving in different directions (remember to go anti-clockwise!). You can also feel free to venture beyond the rink and explore the picturesque park trails of Punggol Promenade Riverside Walk nearby.
Rink @ Punggol East prices: Current promo price of $16/pass for 2 hours (U.P. $21)
location-icon-1024x1024-1-e1620963611654Rink @ Punggol East, Punggol East Container Park, 50 Punggol East, Singapore 828824
Ark Bloc is a cool bouldering space in Punggol Container Park with a gym connected to it for strength training and callisthenics. The sprawling gym offers endless possibilities, welcoming fitness buffs, sports enthusiasts and novices alike! Do note that only kids aged 5 and above are allowed and must be accompanied by an adult.
Ark Bloc Punggol prices: From $28 for a full day pass
location-icon-1024x1024-1-e1620963611654Ark Bloc, Punggol East Container Park, 6 Tebing Lane, #01-05, Singapore 828835
Hai Bin Prawning in Punggol is a 24-hour prawning spot that lets you grill your catch on the spot! With affordable rates and a relaxing vibe, adults and kids alike are sure to have a fab time here. There are even some smaller ponds for kids to catch small fish with nets! There’s also Banyan Beer Garden which serves bar bites and beer till 1am.
Hai Bin Prawning Punggol prices: $22 (1 hour); $40 (2 hours +1 hour free); $110 (10h card, valid for 6 months)
location-icon-1024x1024-1-e1620963611654Hai Bin Prawning Punggol, Punggol Container Park, 6 Tebing Lane #01-04, Singapore 828835
Ernsports Punggol is an indoor, air conditioned rollersports academy offering coaching and classes for inline skating, skateboarding and longboarding. Their holistic approach to rollersports activities means kids are in good hands here. Many of their coaches come from competitive backgrounds, some of whom are also multi-talented in more than one rollersport.
location-icon-1024x1024-1-e1620963611654Ernsports Punggol, Punggol Container Park, 6 Tebing Lane #01-02A, Singapore 828835

There’s plenty of F&B available at Punggol Container Park – over 10 restaurants and vendors, in fact! Some of them are container park restaurants with alfresco dining. It does get a little hot at 4pm (which is when most of the restaurants open) but if you’re sitting in the shade you can feel some wind blowing past while eating alfresco.
We love that the strip of Punggol Container Park restaurants is right by Punggol Waterway, so it’s a great spot to soak in some nature and people-watch. Check out the full list of Punggol Container Park restaurants below:
Kaizenki Teppanyaki – teppanyaki and fresh oysters
50 Punggol East, Kaizenki Teppanyaki, #01-K37, Singapore 828826
Opening hours: Sunday – Thursday, 4pm – 12:30am; Friday & Saturday, 4pm – 1:30am
Kin Kao Mai Thai Restaurant – authentic Thai food
50 Punggol East Singapore, Singapore 828826, Tel: (+65) 8811 8585
Opening hours: Monday – Thursday, 5pm – 10:30pm; Friday & Saturday, 5pm – 11pm; Sunday, 4pm – 10:30pm
Madya Cuisines – Indian food
50 Punggol East, #01-K38, Singapore 828826, Tel: (+65) 8694 8496
Opening hours: Daily, 4pm – 12am
Miami Bistro
50 Punggol East #01-K34 Singapore, Singapore 828826, Tel: (+65) 9092 2662
Seoul Good – Korean food
50 Punggol East #01-K36 Punggol, Singapore 828826
Opening hours: Daily, 3pm – 10pm
Pump Station 1965 Bar & Bistro – bistro with over 100 types of beverages
50 Punggol East Punggol, Singapore 828826, Tel: (+65) 9655 5596
Opening hours: Monday – Saturday, 4pm – 11pm; Sunday, 4pm – 11:30pm
Uncle Leong Seafood – serves crab (chilli crab in particular!)
6 Tebing Lane, Punggol East Punggol, Singapore 828835, Tel: (+65) 6441 1848
Opening hours: Daily, 4:30pm – 11:30pm
Whisk & Paddle – riverside cafe serving all-day brunch, pastries and dessert
10 Tebing Lane #01-01 Punggol, Singapore 828836, Tel: (+65) 6242 4617
Opening hours: Monday – Friday, 12:30pm – 10:30pm; Saturday & Sunday, 9:30am – 10:30pm
D’Rubinah – Halal local restaurant
10 Tebing Lane, Singapore 828849, Tel: (+65) 6816 4989
Opening hours: Sunday – Thursday, 5pm – 1am; Friday & Saturday, 5pm – 3am
Fat Po – serves oysters and barbecue seafood
10 Tebing Lane, #01-05/06, Singapore 828836, Tel: (+65) 6244 4505
Opening hours: Monday – Friday, 12:30pm – 10:30pm; Saturday & Sunday, 9:30am – 10:30pm
Frienzie Bar & Bistro – bar with live music
10 Tebing Lane #01-02 Punggol Singapore, Singapore 828836
Opening hours: Monday, 4pm – 1am; Tuesday – Sunday, 4pm – 10:30pm
Happy Lok Lok – serves skewers with special dipping sauces
6 Tebing Lane #01-05 Singapore 828835, Tel: (+65) 9622 8488
Opening hours: Sunday – Thursday, 3pm – 1am; Friday – Saturday, 4pm – 2am
Permanently closed:
Beastro – Japanese bistro with craft beers, sake and wines
Big Fish Small Fish – MUIS Halal-certified fish & crisps (and chips!)

By car: There’s plenty of parking so driving is your best bet when getting to Punggol Container Park! As mentioned earlier it does get pretty crowded by about 5:30pm, so make sure you head down early to beat the crowd.
By public transport: There’s a nearby bus stop with bus services 3, 83 and 85 which you can take from Punggol Temporary Interchange. The nearest LRT is Riviera station.
So will you make a trip to Punggol Container Park with the kiddos? Tag us on Instagram if you do!
Syaz is a millennial mama of two who loves all things style, beauty and travel. When she’s not furiously typing up a storm, you’ll find her scrolling a little too much on her phone, enjoying a cup of teh siew dai or getting her #instagramhusband to snap the perfect OOTD.
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