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The city’s most popular stretch of beach always buzzes with activity – even when it’s not playing host to the wide spectrum of sporting events that grace its shores regularly, like the Singapore Marathon and Xtreme Championship.
It is nice to walk along the coast line with little bit of wind, There are many places you can do activities, but just sit and see people enjoying out door is already nice. Only thing is though, they need to get rid of all...More
East Coast Park is nonetheless the biggest coastal park in Singapore with its longest stretch of sandy beaches, restaurants, bicycle kiosks and more. The downside is our seas are also the 'parking areas' for large oil tankers for decades thereby causing our sea waters and...More
Me and my friends looking to rent a bicycle, when we step in "GoCycling" bikes shop, one of the malay staff stop my friend and asked her to stand aside said he will take the bicycle for us, then I told the staff we want...More
Living in the East Coast area of Singapore for the past 13 years has been simply an amazing experience . One of the reasons why this place is so ideal for family with young kids is it’s proximity to East Coast Park, the largest in...More
This linear park stretching for over 10 km along the, obviously, East Coast was quiet on a Tuesday morning. Many of the food venues were closed. We started at the East Coast Lagoon Food Village around 12 noon and everything was closed. There were lots...More
East Coast Park is perhaps the most beautiful natural spot in Singapore. It's vast, clean and endless sea line melts in to the horizon. It's green, well planned and vast.
You would have just enough people around, plenty of options for eat out such as...More