If you are planning a trip to Singapore, whether for business or pleasure, you are most certainly going to want to take some time out to visit some of the vast array of stunning beaches. Singapore is home to some of the most breathtaking beaches in the world, full of endless arrays of clean, sandy beaches and incredible views, you will find yourself in a luxurious haven when you opt to spend the day relaxing on any of Singapore’s beaches. Here, we will be exploring some of the top ones that you may want to consider planning a visit to!
1. Palawan Beach, Sentosa
Palawan Beach on Sentosa is one of the most popular beaches to visit in the region. The beach itself boasts crystal clear water with an expansive white sandy beach that is filled with palm trees. If you are bringing your kids along, be sure to visit the pirate-themed water park where the whole family can have a fun time playing on the rope bridges, pirate ship and wooden towers. There are even cabana bars, souvenir shops, restaurants and beach shelters located throughout the area for your convenience!
2. Changi Beach
Changi beach is located close to Changi airport which makes is a unique spot to relax on the beach and watch the planes fly in. There are a ton of walking trails throughout the area which makes for a nice opportunity to rent a bike, go for a jog or even just take a leisurely stroll. There are additionally areas to barbecue right on the beach, comfortable beach shelters, a play area for kids and even spots to go camping!
3. Tanjong Beach, Sentosa
Tanjong Beach Club is pretty legendary in the area for hosting some really great parties and events on Tanjong Beach. Tanjong Beach is a man made beach that is incredibly popular with the area locals. A hidden gem that is located on Sentosa island, Tanjong Beach boasts a stunning crescent white sandy beachline with comfortably warm water, and surrounded by palm trees. There are additionally cabanas, shelters and loungers, bike rentals, and even a beach side swimming pool!
4. Punggol Beach
Punggol Beach is an uncharted beach that packs endless opportunities to explore, including the breathtaking Punggol Point. Punggol Beach is centrally located in Singapore which makes it quite convenient to get to the beach via bus or MRT shuttle from anywhere in the city. The beach is also significantly less frequented than some of the more popular beaches which makes it the prime location if you are seeking to steer clear of the hustle and bustle of the crowds.
5. Siloso Beach
Much to the contrary of Punggol Beach is Siloso Beach which is far more frequented by both area locals and tourists alike. If you are seeking to be more in a populated area that includes tons of bars, restaurants, swimming pools, white sandy beaches and crystal clear waters, this is most certainly going to be the best spot! There is certainly no shortage of things to do, see and experience on Siloso Beach. The beach is also perfect if you enjoy water and beach sports like volleyball, canoeing, horseback rides and banana rides!
6. Lazarus Island
Located just off the coast of Singapore is where you will find Lazarus Island which is home to some of the most incredible beaches in all of Singapore. The area is a tropical island paradise with turquoise ocean water and a wondrous sense of tranquility. Lazarus Island is not highly popular to tourists and is more frequented by the area locals. Lazarus Island offers beachside pavilions, beautiful walking paths, and several area restaurants that offer delicious Asian and island cuisine.
7. Kusu Island
Kusu Island is a causeway between two different islands and it is also home to a Turtle Sanctuary with countless turtles to see. Kusu Island boasts pristine, pure beaches and simplistic natural scenery abound. There are paved walking paths for convenience, beach shelters and cabanas and a few places to sit down and have a nice meal as well.
8. East Coast Park
East Coast Park is one the most frequented beaches on Singapore’s mainland, on the weekends, however, if you opt to visit during the week you can pretty much guarantee that you will have the whole beach all to yourself! East Coast Park is the prime location to go cycling and there are ton of great spots to indulge in some of the best seafood in all of Singapore. If you are wanting to camp, East Coast Park is a great spot, but you will have to get a permit to do so.
One of the best features of the beach of Pulau Ubin is that is provides you with a simple village-like vibe that truly resonates with a sense of relaxed island life, which is especially nice if you are trying to escape the hustle and bustle of the city. Pulau Ubin is the perfect beach if you are seeking to take in a bit of the natural scenic beauty that Singapore has to offer. Pulau Ubin grants you the opportunity to be able to immerse yourself in its gorgeous plantations, classic architecture, beaches of sheer seclusion and you will most certainly not want to miss the chance to take in the infamous wetland beaches of Chek Jawa as well. If you are seeking to enjoy some top notch authentic foods that are fresh from the sea, you can certainly find it in abundance on Pulau Ubin.
Singapore has so much to offer in terms of its abundant beauty and endless things to do and see, not to mention the fact that it also is home to some of the most stunning beaches in the entire world. Singapore’s weather is additionally one of the best reasons that you will want to get out and explore. If you are planning on visiting Singapore, you will most certainly not want to miss the opportunity to take advantage of some of their remarkable beaches, you will be more than happy that you did!
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