Gear up or wind down--the choice is yours--under the swaying palms of East Coast Park. This multifaceted park offers something for everyone, with an emphasis on outdoor recreational activities. Check out the beach volleyball pit, go on a cycling excursion, try cable skiing, go sailing, or dive into the skate park. There are plenty of picnic and barbeque pits available to make your own meals, or you can opt to visit one of the nearby restaurants. The beach is entirely man-made and protected by breakwaters, so feel free to dive right in. PutEast Coast Park into our Singapore online day trip planner and find out what's close by, where to stay, and where to head next.
Tours To East Coast Park
12 hours Singapore Tour (Pick Up From Johor) BOOK WITH VIATOR FROM $74
Duration: 12 to 13 minutes
Cycle in Singapore like a local! Eat like a local! BOOK WITH VIATOR FROM $48
Duration: 1 to 2 hours
East Coast Park Reviews
I've been doing a lot of cycling through East Coast Park over the past few months of the lockdown in Singapore. Although it gets very busy, the paths are quite wide which means plenty of space for... more »
East Coast Park is a nicely maintained park where you can go in the evening to relax. It’s a very long stretch along the sea and you can sit anywhere to enjoy the ocean breeze and to just chill. Food.... more »
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Message from Singapore Tourism Board
Here, visitors can take part in all kinds of leisure activities - from recreational cycling and rollerblading to fishing and skating. They can also stroll along the 15km stretch of beach and dine at various family-friendly restaurants. Unparalleled sunrise and sunset views are good enough reasons to head to East Coast Park - a scenic beach park stretching over 15km from Marine Parade to Bedok in the south-eastern part of Singapore. Bedok Jetty in Area F, which extends into the sea, is a good spot to capture spectacular sky and sea views. Visitors can also rent bicycles (try CycleMax, open 24 hours, facebook.com/cyclemax.sg) and ride on the cycling path along the picturesque coastline. The sandcastles at Area E, embellished with intricate staircases, bridges and fortification, are Instagram-worthy.