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The 05 Best Beaches in Singapore – Sunny Destination for the Beach Bum

A little island surrounded by the Ocean, Singapore offers the beach bum a variety of beaches to enjoy. Listed are some of the islands best, for swimming, picnics and long lazy days.


Tanjong Beach

A trendy weekend hangout, Tanjong Beach is famous for its pet-friendly atmosphere, hip beach club and friendly vibes, made up of both locals and expats. Ideal for the romantic at heart to enjoy a spectacular sunset, one can look forward to a long lazy sojourn on this beach. And if you are a pet lover, do head over to the place, better known as 'Dog Beach', offering pets large open spaces to enjoy cool breezes and long runs across the golden sands.


Siloso Beach

Located on Sentosa Island, Siloso Beach is a great escape for the entire family to enjoy adventure and entertainment. Not just families will find this beach enticing, anyone with a heart for adventure should head over there for lures of riding the waves at 'Wavehouse Sentosa' offering an in-house simulator wave to practice all your surfing skills. There is also a bungee jumping station, one of the tallest in Asia, as a matter of fact; while heading over to the Sentosa Luge you can indulge in a Skyride offering stunning bird's eye views of the area.


Lazarus Island

Easy to reach from a Park Hotel Group resort, Lazarus Island is almost walking distance from the popular Sisters Island. A ferry ride is your only means of transport to the island, which promises stunning views across the sea and verdant environs to enjoy. As the island is not yet popular amongst locals or visitors, you have the option of enjoying the beach free from crowds. Look out for the many stray cats that roam the island, earning it the nickname 'Cat Island'.


East Coast Park

Located towards the eastern edge of Singapore, this is the country's largest park. Boasting a total of 185 hectares the park is located from Marina East to Bedok, close to some of the best hotels in the Asia Pacific. East Coast is not really a natural beach, instead, it is situated on a reclaimed plot of land, offering a range of outdoor activities, such as barbeques and picnics, together with other outdoor sports. Families should visit the place on the weekends, especially since rollerblades and bicycles are available to rent out.


Changi Beach

If you love old school, then this vintage Kampung beach will not disappoint. Changi is one of the oldest popular beaches in Singapore, home to swaying palm trees and the occasional jet zooming up above, on its way to or from Changi Airport. This beach has loads of historical vibes, marked as one of the first sites to experience Japanese and Chinese clashes during the tumultuous WWII years. Loved by all walks of tourists and locals, the beach is ideal for relaxing and letting the sound of waves relax your senses.

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