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Exercise at Punggol Waterway Park then Chill at Frienzie Bar & Bistro

A girl's day out at Sengkang/Punggol.

Girlfriend X was suggesting to go for a jog at Punggol Waterway Park for some exercise instead of our usual eat or sing or shopping gathering. Before the walk-a-jog session, we unloaded our stuff at girlfriend C's place and we went a little off track playing with Baobao, C's 9 month old poodle. So cute. She kept barking at us when we were at the door. Guess she's scared of us, but she got better after a while.

And off we go, running all the way from C's place to the Sengkang park to Punggol Waterway Park. We stopped running after a few hundred metres into PWP. Tired. Especially me, as I'm like the heaviest among all. Oh my knees....

The view's pretty

The park is very big. I doubt I can run finish the entire park. Maybe in future, but definitely not now.

Love this mural.

Feeling tired, we detoured and took a LRT from Damai station to Riviera station instead of walking. X suggested dinner at Tebing Lane. And boy, was I surprised to see Frienzie Bar & Bistro, the place misslittlepatches frequents and I have yet to go after so long. And this place is surprisingly near to a LRT station. So I got my girlfriends let us to have our dinner there. Haha...

The place was still not packed when we reached. We were the only group attired in our sports wear.

Happy hour promotion. Everyday. We got one Heineken and one Erdinger. Total four for the price of two. Happy.

Cobb Salad [S$16.90++] - Mesclun salad, watercress, grilled chicken, bacon, tomato, egg & roquefort cheese top with avocado pulp - We wanted to try something different from the usual Caesar Salad, hence we ordered this. Overall looks ok, tastes ok too, but the cheese, the roquefort cheese, is a little too unique for our tastebuds.

Hawaii 5-0 [S$16.90++] - Baked Ham, pineapple and mozzarella cheese - We love this. The thin crispy crust is like a biscuit. One won't really feel sick or duper full from eating loads of this as compared to the normal crust pizza.

Crispy Wings [S$13.90++] 6 pieces - Shrimp paste coated wings fried till golden brown -

Pretty view. Comfortable breeze. Cosy ambience. I like the place. Only problem was that during 7pm till 9pm, the place was playing Chinese/Tibetian Orchestra kind of music. Very weird.

Punggol Waterway Park is a nice place for family walks, picnics with loved ones, or a jog with your dog. The only drawback for me is, I have to travel about 1 hour 30 minutes on a public transport to reach.

As for Frienzie, same drawback, but it's really a good place to chill for the North-Easterners. Love the food and ambience.

Punggol Waterway Park

Frienzie Bar & Bistro
10 Tebing Lane #01-02 Punggol, Singapore 828836
Tel: 6441-0966 / 8318-8850


  1. wahahaha... I'm surprised when you said they played some Chinese/Tibetian Orchestra kind of music...ha ha ha... When I was there, the music was quite normal. I told him about your Chinese Orchestra, his eyes quite big. Ha ha ha...


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