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    Quote Originally Posted by yjcai
    You mean these? Longkang water source?

    http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images...804500596.jpg/
    http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images...804715596.jpg/

    These pics are taken last week directly behind watertown. Initially I thought it is some longkang. Honestly Punggol 21, the extremely densely populated town is depressing and its waterway is vulnerable to construction pollution giving a strange odour and shows very bad management. Even the park connectors, the waterway and the restaurant by the bay is up, I do not see how it is comparable to the pcn at river valley and really waterfront living given a very cramped backdrop in the future despite a very pretty artiste impression.
    One word - ewwwww

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    That time singapore river used to be euuwww!

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    Punggol overhyped in my opinion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by solsys
    Punggol overhyped in my opinion.
    Its so choke full of hdb... Turning into the New Ang Mo Kio.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yjcai
    You mean these? Longkang water source?

    http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images...804500596.jpg/
    http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images...804715596.jpg/

    These pics are taken last week directly behind watertown. Initially I thought it is some longkang. Honestly Punggol 21, the extremely densely populated town is depressing and its waterway is vulnerable to construction pollution giving a strange odour and shows very bad management. Even the park connectors, the waterway and the restaurant by the bay is up, I do not see how it is comparable to the pcn at river valley and really waterfront living given a very cramped backdrop in the future despite a very pretty artiste impression.
    I thought it is quite natural for rivers to appear muddy after a heavy downpour, based my knowledge after of watching years of documentaries.

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