Sunshine, sea breeze and that incomparable bliss of cycling which pretty much reminded me of childhood is what exactly I look forward at East Coast Park, apart from a glimpse of somewhat properly arranged tankers across the sea.
East Coast Park can be very crowded specifically on long holiday weekends where locals and tourists alike flock together whether to setup an overnight tent or a picnic mat, whether they are rollerblading or enjoying one of the water venture sports.
Apart from East Coast Park another good place to go for an afternoon walk with a sea view is Labrador Nature Reserve or commonly called as Labrador Park.
The only rocky sea-cliff on the main island of Singapore, Labrador Park offers more than a rich biodiversity, it is a place to combine jogging with a bit of history by passing tunnels and forts reminiscent of British military rule era.
To complete the list, there is always Sentosa’s reclaimed 2km beach manned by lifeguard patrols.
Located at the southern coast of Singapore, the beach area is divided into three section- the party shore of Siloso Beach, the secluded Tanjong Beach and the family friendly Palawan Beach.