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The city’s most popular stretch of beach always buzzes with activity – even when it’s not playing host to the wide spectrum of sporting events that grace its shores regularly, like the Singapore Marathon and Xtreme Championship.
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To be precise, this is not a spot in itself but is a stretch along the east coast of Singapore.
If you have the time, you should explore running, walking or cycling along this stretch along the beach. Be rest assured that you are not...More
This Park has a very interesting background, inasmuch as it is very large and built completely on "reclaimed land and beaches (where one can swim)". The Park also has a 15 kilometre long cycling and "in line skating" track (where bicycles and skates can be...More
This is a very long stretch of beach which extends from the Barrage almost to Changi. A beautiful green strip with playgrounds, grass, jogging and walking tracks that is not particularly easy to get to unless you have a car. Access to bus/MRT is not...More
East Coast Parkway. A good stretch of beach for outdoor activities for the whole family.
You'll find joggers, cyclists & roller bladders enjoying the sun and sea breeze.
Also no shortage of food, drinks & restaurants along this stretch. Families often hold picnics & gatherings...More
We went here on Christmas Eve and suprisingly found it to be free from holiday crowds. A long stretch of beach which extends right till Changi Airport, it has a nice running/ walking trek. The sea is crowded with ships ( Singapore being a busy...More
One of the best things to do in Singapore as the year ends is to eat crabs by the seaside.
The East Coast has lots of lovely restaurants. We went at 6.30 pm - perfect for catching the last of the sun as it set....More
This is probably Singapore's best known park for citizens. Every evening its buzzing with all types of activiity
On the day we went, there was a sand castle building event by the sea. Some extraordinary art was on display. The waters are choppy and not...More
Response from justicewillprevail | Reviewed this property |
it's mostly safe to swim, just don't expect crystal clear waters along any of Singapore's beaches. Also, I'd recommend washing well with soap after, since we're along a shipping lane so you'll be carrying a fine layer of oil... More
it's mostly safe to swim, just don't expect crystal clear waters along any of Singapore's beaches. Also, I'd recommend washing well with soap after, since we're along a shipping lane so you'll be carrying a fine layer of oil with you otherwise.
Sandals or some sort of protective footwear also recommended, due to some inconsiderate visitors.