Drive along Punggol Road and travel all the way in to Punggol End, you will see a new attraction of Punggol Town, Punggol Ranch. Personally, I feel that Punggol Ranch is currently in its “running in” stage with its facilities opening gradually. At this current stage, you can experience horse riding, booked for a night stay at its chalet or simply just walk around the area and enjoy the countryside feel.
Last week, I brought the children for a horse riding session. Depending on their height and weight, they will either ride a horse or a pony at $10 each. Ethan, Ezanne and Evan were all ready for the horse ride.
The rain came and in the end, only Ethan and Ezanne took the horse and pony ride. Evan decided to give it a miss. Ethan was the first to go and he had the chance to take the horse and pony ride. According to him, he preferred the horse ride as it was more stable. As for Ezanne, the pony ride was an enjoyable one for her.
I thought the children should get near and have the opportunity to learn more about the animals up close. This time round, I’m glad they enjoyed themselves but I’m sure we will return to explore more.