Singapore is essentially an island country with a list of beaches. Despite land reclamation and urbanization, miles of natural beaches continue to entertain tourists and locals. The longest beach is that of the East Coast Park and Changi Beach is another popular place. There are beaches in the main island also on the offshore islands. The man-made artificial beaches are heaven for turtle cultivation.
East Coast Park beach – Situated in the southeastern part of Singapore, this beach park is a retreat for honeymoon couples. The beautiful sand line stretches from the East Coast Park neighborhood. There are hotels, resorts, golf courses and seafood centre here for entertainment and relaxation.
Sembawang Beach – Covering 15 acre, this park is located in Sembawang Beach. The sandy beach has a number of places of interest such as the Navy Museum and colonial era houses.
Changi Beach – Changi Beach Park is another bach hideout in Singapore around 4 km long. Family picnics, night stroll and fishing are some of the prominent activities here.
West Coast Park Beach – An important fun and entertainment center, the beach park here covers around 50 acres. It is also considered one of the largest in Singapore.
Offshore Singapore beaches
- Sentosa Island has three beaches
- Palawan Beach
- Siloso Beach
- Tanjong Beach
Other beaches include:
- Pasir Ris Park beach
- Pulau Ubin beach
- Kusu Island beach