East Coast ParkCurrently Open
- Address: East Coast Park Service Rd, Singapore 449876
- Timings: 24-hrs Details
- Phone: +651-8004717300
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 04:00 Hrs
- Tags: Park, Family And Kids
East Coast Park - Review
The East Coast Park is a pleasant long stretch along the coast that serves as an ideal place for walking and cycling. The venue hosts several sporting events to add to the activity here but even otherwise the park area is filled with enthusiasm. The stretch is rich with food and beverage options as well. The visit the kampong fishing ponds could also be fun as you can catch fish there.
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How To reach East Coast Park by Public Transport
- Bus: Regent Bowl bus station
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Things to Know Before Visiting East Coast Park
12.03% of people who visit Singapore include East Coast Park in their plan
1 PM - 2 PM
30.2% of people start their East Coast Park visit around 1 PM - 2 PM
People usually take around 4 Hrs to see East Coast Park
92.51% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting East Coast Park
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East Coast Park, Singapore Reviews
Accessibility: Best to take a car although buses do serve the area. Products Price Point: Bicycle, skate rentals can be steep to students. General Cleanliness: Good. General Ambience: Excellent. Family friendly: Yes. Area is sufficiently spacious to accommodate trolleys, but parents be careful of sandy paths. Variety of Services available: F&B, BBQ pits, bicycle rental. General Quality of Service: Good. Overall experience: General feel of the park is excellent. A good get away to nature. Bring mosquito repellant to avoid being bitten. Can easily spend an entire day there with friends and family.
Nice place to take a walk and chill. Some people have picnics here. You can cycle, skate and jog along the pathway. There are restaurants scattered in the area. You can also walk towards the East Coast Lagoon Food Centre for cheap eats. There are benches along the beach where you can sit and watch the sunset. Take caution against sand mites. I know someone who got sand mites from sitting on the sand in this area.
The East Coast Park is the longest linea park in Singapore, most of which are fronted by a beach that stretches its whole length. All along the park, you'll find oases of f&b outlets, public toilet & bathroom facilities, gazebos, exercise areas, meditation areas and more. The park facilities are well used and frequented... never have I seen it devoid of pedestrians, cyclists or people there just to enjoy the park facilities all time of the day and night... a testament to it's being one of the most popular parks in Singapore. I've known and frequented the park for one reason or another since it's birth, and marvel at how it has been constantly improved through the decades.
This is the best place for me to walk in Singapore, very long stretch, quite green so you get enough shadow (except the last km towards Gardens by the Bay). Because it is by the sea, there is usually a light breeze, especially at night. Toilets are located all along at decent distance and you can refill your water bottle. If walking is not your thing you have plenty of other activities: skating, biking, just sitting by the beach...bars and eateries are quite varied and located in several key points, same as a few big kids playgrounds. Barbecue pits and camping spots are available (need to book online). The night view of the ships is quite impressive as with all the lights it seems that there is a city on the other side 🙂 If you want to eat like a local you cannot miss the Lagoon East Coast Food Center. Over the weekends it gets quite crowded and lively (or noisy), but it's a nice opportunity of seeing how the different cultures have their gatherings in different ways.
East Coast Park is a park located in East side Singapore. It's very easy to go here via public as well as private transport. I had gone there with my family. East Coast Park has a variety of activities. One can cycle camp do a BBQ. The BBQ pits need to hired. There are mini beaches here for a lovely evening stroll. As such also throughout the park one can stroll around. There are food courts and restaurants here one can enjoy the local cuisine.