The Punggol Point Jetty was a quiet, small dock that was built in the 1930s for Malay fishermen, as well as Chinese settlers who were carrying out trading and wholesaling activities in the area. It's been said that the jetty was used to load and unload goods for the now-closed private zoos. The jetty also had a role in the massacre in 1942 due to its location by the nearby beach where the Japanese forces invaded.
Today, it's a popular spot for many fishermen – mainly due to the amenities nearby you can find a playground, lookout decks, and seafood restaurants along the coast. If you're planning to park yourself by the jetty for a fishing sesh, expect fishes such as the grouper, barramundi, rabbitfish, and sand whiting.