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  • There are a few places in Singapore that I really love to be at and for this review today, I would like to review on 3 beaches and park facilities in Singapore
  • There have also been quite a bit of drowning cases in all these beaches and death involved due to that, but I think it is the same principle everywhere
  • Last but not least, I love all these 3 places and I feel that each has its own unique set of activities
  • For those of you who want to check out babes and hunks, ha- I recommend going to East Coast Park Beach

    • by deadpoet
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      There are a few places in Singapore that I really love to be at and for this review today, I would like to review on 3 beaches and park facilities in Singapore. They are East Coast Beach, Sembawang Park and also Changi Beach. For East Coast Park Beach, it is located a bit on the central of Singapore, Sembawang Park on the north side and Changi Beach on the east side.

      I used to stay on the east side and the beach that I always frequent would be Changi Beach. I used to think that this is the most popular beach amongst all Singaporeans and the likes, but I was wrong. To be honest, this beach is “littered” with the locals in Singapore, and that could be a fun way of looking at things. They would bring their tents and picnic lunches and mats and would just hang out there for the whole day, or even during the weekends on overnight. It is the same habit for people going to


      East Coast Park Beach, but for Sembawang Park, it is a bit different. There are people “overnighting”, but more go there for the purpose of fishing for crabs. Each place has its own specialty. If you are a tourist and you would want to visit these 3 places in one day, it is possible. You just need to take a cab ride or you can hire a driver on hire for bringing you to these 3 places. Though they are in different locations, to reach each place from the other would take only around 30-45 minutes by driving. But East Coast Beach and Changi Beach are more closer to one another, compared to Sembawang Park.

      There have also been quite a bit of drowning cases in all these beaches and death involved due to that, but I think it is the same principle everywhere. If you are a good swimmer, and has safety gadgets with you, I am sure things will be fine. I, on the other hand,


      • do not tend to swim too deep in any of these beaches and I advice for all if you want to go swimming, don\’t stay in the water in the evenings or late at night. These beaches are great for strolling by and watching the waves, and during weekends, all are jam packed with people from everywhere. Truth be told, I don’t really have a main favorite. I would think that all the 3 beaches are worth to be at for different purposes at all. I feel that for a nice weekend stay, I would choose East Coast Park Beach. But the place could be littered with lots of youths and they could really be loud and lewd, if you happen to pitch your tent nearby to them. Oh yes, before I forget, in order for someone to be able to pitch a tent or use the barbecue facilities, you need to order a permit from the relevant authorities. If I am not mistaken, it would be the
        National Park Board.

        Last but not least, I love all these 3 places and I feel that each has its own unique set of activities. Most people would frequent East Coast Park for the purpose of jogging/roller-blading and also cycling, rather than the other 2 park beaches. But for fishing wise, people will tend to go for Sembawang Park and also Changi Beach. For those of you who want to check out babes and hunks, ha- I recommend going to East Coast Park Beach. Since the area is more closer to the downtown area, most babes and hunks there would don themselves in surfer types of beach clothings and tend to be more fashionable. And don’t forget to bring lots of lotion, a pair of sunglasses and also caps/hats. You might need it, due to the tropical weather in Singapore. So, there you go, if you happen to visit Singapore, don’t just check out the downtown area. Do visit the 3 beaches and choose the most favorite one for yourself.




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    lakshmanan says :

    now iam in sembawang MRT.i want to go sembawang beach. so plz give the bus route map.

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    Marg says :

    FYI, you can get routes and times here:

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