Beach lovers form a community of who love rejuvenating their senses in the blue water of the beach and then rest under wild trees. The sand beds attract them, the parties on the beach and the water-sports fascinate them. And believe us, if you are a beach lover, you will be tempted by the beaches in Straits View throughout the year. Especially from November to the beginning of March, when the weather is ideal for swimming, and going on adventure sports. The popular beaches of Singapore can be divided into two main groups: the beaches of Sentosa Island; and second, the beaches of the east coast. Both are great, but Sentosa is more “alive” due to its extreme popularity.
Beaches In Straits View
There are a number of places to visit around this famous beach in the country. While we suggest you check them all out, if you are short on time, you can even skip a few:
1. Tanjong Beach
Located at the Sentosa Island, it is famous for its backpacking population and also the nature admirers who come here for some greenery. Bring a beach towel, sit on the golden sands and enjoy the weather as you sunbathe. This is a great place to visit for those who want some peace and tranquility. Make sure you stay till dusk to see the waters and sky change its colors with the time of nature. The sands are clean and here there is an atmosphere of bliss. No need to worry if you get hungry while here. There are a lot of themed bistros, restaurants and bars which will help you quench your thirst and hunger. The beach bars don’t open till 11 am, so take a note of that.
Location: 120 Tanjong Beach Walk, Singapore, 098942
Hours: Open Daily
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2. Kusu Island The Unexplored Beaches
Kusu Island, off the coast of Singapore, is among the quiet beaches in Singapore. The island houses a sanctuary which is home to hundreds of turtles. However, the USP of the island is its pristine beaches. Natural beauty surrounds every core of these beaches in the form of lush green trees, colorful sky, clear waters, and whitest of sand.
Famous for: Turtle Sanctuary and causeway between two island pieces.
Facilities available: Turtle sanctuary, cabanas, beach shelters, paved paths, and a few eateries.
Note: Camping is not allowed on the Kusu island beach to ensure the safety and well-being of turtles.
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3. Lazarus Island Prime Beaches In Singapore
There are many nice beaches in Singapore, but the beaches on Lazarus Island have some special vibes. Lazarus Island is the country’s best-kept secret. The rustic atmosphere and tropical feel of the place are refreshing after the city noise. In fact the complete feel of Lazarus beach turquoise water, white sand, and cheerful atmosphere can give the best of honeymoon destinations of Asia a run for their money. The tropical jungle lining the beach makes for a good escape.
Famous for: Tropical feel, tranquil atmosphere, and turquoise water.
Facilities available: Beach pavilions, footpath, and good eateries serving the best of exotic seafood and other delicacies of Singaporean cuisine.
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4. East Coast Park
Established in the 1970s, East Coast Park is a beach-park with urban settings in Singapore. The park has some of the good beaches in Singapore. The park is based on the theme Recreation for All and features everything that is needed for the recreation of people of all ages. Spread along 15 km of coastline the East Coast Park’s objective is to create a city within a park. Here, you can jog, ride a cycle ride or indulge in water sports including Cable Skiing and skating.
Famous for: A variety of water and land sports activities and Xtreme Skate Park
Facilities available: public restrooms with shower, resto-bars, caf-s Bistros
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5. Noodin Beach
Sunbathing on the clean quail and picturesque beaches of Singapore can be a dream come true in the month of February. Offering a sun which is beach ready and a climate which supports all your water thrills, the Noodin Beach is a must visit destination if you are in Singapore in February.
These beaches in Straits View are perfect for swimming and entertainment. However, if you want to have fun in a secluded and relaxed camp, the beaches on the east coast of Singapore are the best option. If you want to spend some time in the ocean of the island, take a trip to Singapore and find the ultimate beach nirvana.
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