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Key Info

E Coast Park Service Rd, Singapore

Price & Hours

Free

Details

Parks and Gardens, Recreation, Free Type
2 hours to Half Day Time to Spend
4.1

scorecard

  • 5.0Value
  • 4.0Facilities
  • 3.5Atmosphere

East Coast Park runs more than 9 miles along the southeast coast of Singapore. Visitors to the park can swim in the Singapore Strait; bask under the sun; barbecue and camp in the grass; and cycle or inline skate along the park’s paved path. The small park aims to appeal to every type of traveler, despite only covering less than 1 square mile of space.

Recent visitors appreciated the opportunity to get some exercise in at East Coast Park. They recommended renting a bike to take advantage of the park’s winding trail, while inline skating is also an option. Be careful during the weekends, though, as the paved path gets exceptionally crowded, according to recent visitors. After burning off some calories, travelers recommended taking advantage of the nearby shopping center.

East Coast Park is open 24/7, while nighttime visitors will appreciate that it’s lit from 7 p.m. to 7 a.m. The park offers a variety of parking lots along the East Coast Park Service Road, while visitors insistent on public transit can choose between a variety of bus routes with stops near the park. Check out East Coast Park’s website to learn more, reserve barbecues and purchase camping permits.

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