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Beaches in singapore?

Post by Xsmrt » Sat, 20 Oct 2007 1:19 pm

Hey guys....are there plenty of good sandy beaches here in singapore...i ve been here for almost 2 months..and would liek to spend some time on a beach reading...is it only santosa beach worth goin in singapore?..

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Post by jamesy » Mon, 22 Oct 2007 12:26 pm

Pretty much. The alternative is east coast beach and changi beach. Both infested by squatters, familes on weekend bbqs and joggers.

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Post by Xsmrt » Mon, 22 Oct 2007 12:30 pm

well yes..east coast worth joggin and cycling on week days..bcs on weekend as you said it will be densed with families and children.....

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Post by Superglide » Mon, 22 Oct 2007 1:50 pm

Wrong country!
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Re: Beaches in singapore?

Post by BearHug » Wed, 24 Oct 2007 4:21 pm

Xsmrt wrote:Hey guys....are there plenty of good sandy beaches here in singapore...i ve been here for almost 2 months..and would liek to spend some time on a beach reading...is it only santosa beach worth goin in singapore?..
Not aplenty mate but a couple I believe.

Sentosa is definitely a great place for beach reading.

Another is Changi Beach as mentioned by jamesy. Located in the East, you can enjoy a breezy afternoon if you can find a right spot there. Try the area after the SAF Ferry Terminal. Look at the map and you will know what I mean.
http://www.nparks.gov.sg/imgs/maps/030710_changi.gif

Also in the Eastern part of Singapore is the Pasir Ris Beach which can be as crowded as East Coast Parkway on a weekend and almost deserted on weekdays.

In the Northern and North-Eastern part, you can find Sembawang Beach and Punggol Beach respectively. Both beaches are not heavy with human traffic and you can have a nice very of a Kelong while taking a break from your book.

Happy Reading dude!!
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Post by Xsmrt » Wed, 24 Oct 2007 4:30 pm

yes i know how to get there..its nice to drop by after work....thanks mate

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