As dining in is not allowed during Phase 2 (Heightened Alert), you'll find more Singaporeans going out for picnics.
Some have resorted to having picnics at parks and beaches, including the then-lesser-known Breakwater @ Marina East, also known locally as Pulau Ujong.
For the uninitiated, it is located near the Marina Bay area, and features a stretch of breakwater (a hard shore-parallel structure).
Gained popularity online
It gained immense popularity over the P2HA period, after it was featured as a path less trodden on social media.
@sinyuo📍pulau ujong breakwater ##tiktoksg♬ original sound - Dom Wright
Here's a look at how crowded the area can get in recent weeks:
However it seems that the area has already been cordoned off, at least as recently as June 11, according to a Facebook post by one Adeline Goh in the SG PCN Cyclist Facebook group.
Another post by Amir Sakai shared that the area has been closed since as early as June 7.
It also seems like some visitors may have left more than footprints behind.
Though, some did say that the rubbish may have been brought over by the tide, and not by the visitors.
Top image from Adeline Goh and Mariah Ma on Facebook, @reallyadorablez on TikTok.