Pasir Ris Beach
Although it takes its name from the Malay words for “narrow beach”, you’ll find more than enough sand to entertain you at Pasir Ris. Located on the northeast coastline of Singapore, facing towards the island of Pulau Ubin, it stretches out for around six kilometres and is surrounded by parkland with a wealth of facilities and activities.
These include a well-maintained children’s playground, cycle track and the option of pony rides. There’s also the possibility of trying your hand at various water sports thanks to rental companies, as well as to enjoy an al fresco meal at one of 65 barbeque pits. If you don’t fancy doing the cooking yourself, the park also contains a bistro.
Amid the parkland, beachgoers will find 12 acres of native mangrove forest, which can be explored from a boardwalk or a three-storey tower constructed with birdwatchers in mind. Camping is permitted at two designated sites, allowing visitors to escape the fast pace of central Singapore and experience beautiful sunrises year-round.
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