Most Popular Beaches in Singapore

Here's a list of Most Popular Beaches in Singapore recommended by our experts:

Choosing the best things to do in the Garden City of Singapore is no easy feat as the city has a vast number of impressive attractions, exciting activities and day trips for all the family. Shopping may be favourite national pastime, but Singapore is more than a city of glitzy shopping malls. As a tiny island that lies along the equator, Singapore is also the perfect beach destination for beach bums aching for some sun, sand and surf. Nature lovers and adventure enthusiasts can look forward to soaking up the sun while sipping a summery cocktail. Most of the beaches in existence today are man-made, formed at the edges of newly reclaimed land. The longest beach can be found along the East Coast Park. One of the oldest naturally existing stretches of beach is at the northern end of Changi Beach. Be sure to take the Singapore Cable Car to Sentosa Island aka ‘island of fun’, where most of the city’s beaches can be found. As you behold the 121-foot-tall Sentosa Merlion statue (the city’s national symbol), enjoy the various nature excursions, adventure parks, water parks, the S.E.A. Aquarium, and beach activities. Pose for pictures with parrots! The beaches of Eastern Singapore are more a local experience – great for a pitched tent picnic. Dotted with palm trees, Changi Beach Park is one of the oldest coastal beaches in Singapore. Airplanes jetting across the sky to and from the neighbouring Changi Airport are frequently sighted here – a curious juxtaposition indeed. The beach has historical significance too as the site of multiple clashes between the Japanese and Chinese during The Second World War. Today, Changi Beach is popular with families, buddies, couples and anyone looking to enjoy the calm sound of crashing waves. Pulau Ubin — easily accessible via boats from Changi Village — is a serene island oasis with pristine cycling paths and waters that are perfect for kayaking. Here is a definitive list of the popular beaches in Singapore:

Chek Jawa

Scenic Beauty/View in Singapore

Experience the rich ecosystems of Chek Jawa along the 1.1 km boardwalk that runs along the coast and mangrove area and get a glimpse of the rich plant and ...

Pulau Ubin

Place to Visit in Singapore

Located off the North Eastern end of Singapore, it has an area of 1020 hectares, in a rough sharp of a boomberang. Its core geological make up is granite ...

Bukit Timah Nature Reserve

Wildlife Park in Singapore

Bukit Timah Nature Reserve, Hindhede Drive. At 166 meters this is Singapore's highest point if you don't count the city's skyscrapers. It is also one of the ...

Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve

Place to Visit in Singapore

If you want to see a mangrove forest, this is your chance. As the reserve is basically a swamp, bring plenty of mosquito repellant and keep an eye out for ...

Kusu Island

Place to Visit in Singapore

Kusu Island is one of the Southern Islands in Singapore, located about 5.6 kilometres to the south of the main island of Singapore, off the Straits of Singapore...

Pulau Hantu

Place to Visit in Singapore

Nature groups have sprung up, holding walks, talks and scientific surveys. And interest in these activities is rising too. Pulau Hantu is located to the south...

St John's Island

Historic Place in Singapore

Despite its dark past, St John's Island is a beautiful spot that is teeming with marine life. Formerly a quarantine station for leprosy cases and a penal ...

Sisters' Islands

Activity Place in Singapore

Sisters Islands, south of the main island of Singapore. Another great place for snorkelling and camping, Sisters Islands is made up of two islands Big ...

Sentosa Island

Amusement Park in Singapore

At Sentosa, there are endless activities to indulge your every interest. Its biggest attraction, Imbiah Lookout offers something for everyone; thrill seekers ...

Tanjong Beach

Beach in Singapore

Modeled after a 1950s beach resort, the club comes replete with a pool boasting panoramic views of the sand, two bars, a restaurant and plenty of chill-out ...

Changi Beach Park

Park in Singapore

Changi Beach, near Changi Village, [3]. Right next to Changi Airport, you can watch (and hear) the neverending parade of airplanes from here. Usually full of ...

Macritchie Reservoir Park

Wildlife Park in Singapore

MacRitchie Reservoir Park serves as a gateway to the nature reserves. It has become a popular spot for nature lovers and exercise enthusiasts. It is also a ...

Labrador Nature Reserve

Wildlife Park in Singapore

Please note that the Secret Tunnel at the Labrador Nature Reserve is closed for maintenance work and is not open to the public until further notice. Explore ...