Take your pick: the sea, the beach, the tracks or the recreation centers. Whatever your choice, a host of activities await ... More
East Coast Park
Take your pick: the sea, the beach, the tracks or the recreation centers. Whatever your choice, a host of activities await you on Singapore's longest and most frequented beach park, the East Coast Park. With 10 kilometers of track amidst coconut groves and bird sanctuaries, bicycling and in-line skating are the most popular activities here (rental facilities available). Golf fanatics can also tee-off at the two-tier 150-meter Laguna Golf Course. At the East Coast Recreation Center , there is something for kids and adults alike, clay tennis courts, bowling centers, a snooker & billiard hall, and a hi-tech amusement arcade.
I have to agree with the 2nd reviewer above.
While East Coast Park is a nice weekend outing for local Singaporeans, it is not really a place to recommend for tourists. My idea of a nice beach is pearl white sand with crystal blue water with an uninterrupted view of the horizon. You will not find this at East Coast Park. What you will find are great seafood eateries and those looking for great eats will not be disappinted there.
Not sure who is writing the rave reviews about ECP, but recommending this as a tourist destination is not even funny... it's downright mean. Singapore is not a beach destination by any stretch of the imagination, and you would be very disappointed if you came here with that expectation. The sea is cluttered with ugly tankers coming in and out of Singapore and the narrow, artificial beach is polluted with trash on the shoreline. It is certainly nothing to write home about, and I would suggest giving it a complete miss and checking out real beaches in the region.
east coast park was the best. it was worth the time, and its a great place with kids...everyone of all ages can go there, there are many things for anyone. weather its building a sand castle, eating the delicious food, biking or jogging around the wonderful paths with fresh air...costs are low but an ejoyable time is what you get. go in the late afternoon around 2 and eat lunch and then enjoy!
Why Phuket and Bali when East Coast Park in Singapore is best.
Everything you ever need you will find it there. Pubs, music, Indian-Chinese-western restaurants, and the seaside seafood restarants are world famous.
ECP also has a very long 5 km rollerblading , jogging, cycling track for fitness people.
There is also a new watersport, cable skiing lagoon where you find its crystal clear seawater that is teeming with tiny little fishes.
Looking for sun, sand and sea ? ECP Singapore ! :)
I go there on odd days for my fitness routine.
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