Beaches in Singapore

Castle Beach

Castle Beach, as a social enterprise, was conceived in 2004 with the passion of sharing the joys of family bonding through sandcastle building. It was further developed to include the less fortunate, the less privileged, and the physically handicapped. This passion kept growing through dedicated volunteers, enlightened parents, and many others who shared similar beliefs about learning through outdoor play in a family setting.


Changi Beach Park

One of the oldest coastal parks in Singapore, Changi Beach Park still retains a kampong ambiance. With stretches of pristine white beaches dotted with coconut palms, BBQ pits, park benches, and shelters, the park is a great place for families to gather for swimming, picnics, and barbeques.

How to get there: Bus stop ID: 99171 (Changi Beach CP 2), 99161 (Bef Changi Beach CP 3), 95071 (Changi Beach CP 4), 95081 (Changi Beach CP 5), 95091 (SAF Ferry Ter)
Park Size: 28 hectares
Park lighting hours: 7:00pm to 7:00am
Accessibility info: Wheelchair accessible
Attractions: World War II Memorial Plaque, Playground, Sand Play Area

Things To Do: Barbecuing, Cycling & Inline Skating, Dining, Fishing, Photography


East Coast Park

East Coast Park is one of Singapore's most treasured urban getaways, offering an invigorating and exciting diversity of sporting, dining and recreational activities. With the theme “Recreation for All”, the park has an activity for everyone.

Park Size: 185 hectares, stretching over 15 km
Accessibility: Wheelchair-friendly

Things To Do: Barbecuing, Camping, Cycling & Inline Skating, Dining, Fishing, Fun at Children’s Playground, Photography, Relax at Raintree Cove, Sandcastle Building, Water Sports


Sembawang Park

Sembawang Park is a 15-hectare park situated in Sembawang, in the north of Singapore. It is located at the end of Sembawang Road, where the former Sembawang Road End Bus Terminal was.

Things To Do: Playground Fun, Chill Out at the Seaside, Barbecue at the Park


Siloso Beach

Welcome to Siloso, a sunny haven where excitement takes precedence, over boredom. Home to the coolest bars and restaurants, Siloso, Singapore's hippest beach, is the beach to head to for fun-loving people – day and night.

How to get there
By Sentosa Express: Alight at Beach Station and take the Beach Shuttle
By Public Bus: Board Bus 123 and alight at Beach Station and take the Beach Shuttle
By Beach Shuttle: Alight at Siloso Beach


Tanah Merah Beach

Tanah Merah Beach is one of the artificial beaches near Tanah Merah Ferry Terminal. You will found hard corals and seagrass on this beach.


Tanjong Beach

Tanjong Beach is a favorite with guests who treasure its tranquility and solitude. Here, you can while away the hours with the sun, a favorite book, and a gentle breeze for the company. This beautiful stretch of beach gets especially romantic by night, with the twinkling lights of nearby ships providing a magical backdrop.

How to get there
By Sentosa Express: Alight at Beach Station and take the Beach Shuttle
By Public Bus: Board Bus 123 and alight at Beach Station and take the Beach Shuttle
By Beach Shuttle: Alight at Tanjong Beach


Palawan Beach

For some wholesome fun with the fam, hop on the beach shuttle at Beach Station and head down to Palawan Beach. With a suspension bridge linking beach-goers to the Southernmost Point of Continental Asia (and also Asia's closest point to the Equator), Palawan Beach, Singapore's happiest family beach, boasts interesting shops and eateries that are a favorite with adults and children alike.

How to get there
By Sentosa Express: Alight at Beach Station and take the Beach Shuttle
By Public Bus: Board Bus 123 and alight at Beach Station and take the Beach Shuttle
By Beach Shuttle: Alight at Palawan Beach


Pasir Ris Beach

Charming and tranquil, Pasir Ris Park is a great place for families to have a fun day out. Aside from modern park activities such as pony rides, water sports, cycling, inline skating, and barbeque rental, it also features a carefully preserved six-hectare mangrove forest.

Things To Do: Allotment Garden, Barbecuing, Cycling & Inline Skating, Dining, Water Sports, Camping, Photography


Punggol Beach

The Punggol Beach was one of the three main sites in Singapore where the Sook Ching Massacre took place. The killings were done on a large-scale basis, as the Japanese sent many men who were suspected of being anti-Japanese to be shot dead and exterminated. The victims who perished were hastily discarded into the sea or left abandoned on the foreshore.


West Coast Park

Themed as the "Play Centre in the West", West Coast Park is a large regional park located in the southwest of Singapore. A linear park comprising 50 hectares of park land, the park runs parallel to West Coast Highway.

How to get there: Bus stop ID: 17291, 16241

Things To Do: Fun at Adventure Playground, Barbecuing, Camping, Bird Watching, Kite Flying


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