Update on 2012/04/25
East Coast Park (1-1.5hr)
The Sun, The Sand And The Sea
Boasting a scenic 15 km coastline, East Coast Park is one of Singapore's most popular urban getaways. Few things in life can be more inspiring than watching the sun rise in the horizon, the waves lapping on the shore, cycling against a warm sea breeze with the wind in your hair.
Open 24 Hours, daily
Along East Coast Parkway and East Coast Park Service Road, Singapore(+65-1800-4717300 National Parks Board)
Mana Mana Beach Club (1-1.5hr)
Get Wet And Wild In The Sun!
Try stand-up paddle-boarding, go wind-surfing or boogie on some boogie boards! Enjoy water sports across a wide variety of activities for young and young-at-heart. Or take a plunge in the dive/dip pool before a game of beach volleyball. Get set for a fun-filled time!
10:00-18:30 (Watersports), 12:00-23:00 Weekdays (Restaurant)
Windsurfing (SGD45.00++), Sailing (SGD45.00++), Kayak (SGD25.00++)
1212 East Coast Parkway, Area E, Singapore, 449886 (+65-63398878)
Lilliputt Indoor Mini Golf (0.5-1hr)
Swing It Like A Pro!
Get acquainted with Singapore on the green. Swing it at first indoor mini golf course which boasts an interactive 18-holes. Perfect for the family or a pro, hit some balls into one-of-a-kind holes - all modelled after Singapore landmarks.
10:00-20:00, close on Mon
Adult ($19.20), Child ($12.80)
902 East Coast Parkway, Block B #03-05, Playground @ Big Splash, Singapore, 449874 (+65-63489606)
Beach Road Prawn Mee Eating House
Flavour-Packed Local Comfort Food
Nothing comforts better than a bowl of hot soup. And no one combines prawns, noodles and soup better than this household name of more than three decades. A branch off the main shop at Beach Road, it is still drawing in the crowd. Try it and you be a believer.
08:00-16:00, close on Tue
Prawn Noodles (SGD4.50++), Prawn Noodles with Pork Ribs (SGD5.50++)
370 East Coast Road, Singapore, 428981 (+65-63457196)
East Coast Lagoon Food Village
Eat, Drink And Be Merry!
In a Kampong-inspired theme, the East Coast Lagoon Food Village located next to the beach is ideal for a relaxing break. With over 50 food stalls ranging from mouth-watering Satay to tempting seafood dishes, there is something for everyone. Wash it all down with some coconut juice or ice cold beers.
Satay, Seafood from SGD10 to SGD30
1220 East Coast Parkway, Singapore, 468960 (+65-1800-7362000 Singapore Tourism)
NEWater Visitor Centre (1-1.5hr)
Witness Firsthand the Water Recycles
Learn about NEWater at the all-new interactive Visitor Centre. Be guided by "Wave", the virtual guide, as you make your way through multimedia presentations and hands-on games. End your visit with a stop at NEWater factory and witness how advanced membrane and ultraviolet technologies are used in water reclamation process.
09:00-16:00, close on Tue-Sun
Free admission (reservation recommended)
20 Koh Sek Lim Road, Singapore, 486593 (+65-65467874)
Changi Chapel & Museum (1-1.5hr)
Reliving The Past And Honoring Our Heroes
Experience and reflect on the pain and sacrifice that World War II brought upon people and families, especially those in Changi area through letters, photographs, drawings and personal articles. The Chapel stands as a tribute to the courageous persons who stood up dignity and faith even in those dark times.
1000, Upper Changi Road North, Singapore, 507707 (+65-62142451)
Changi Beach Park (1-1.5hr)
Laidback Against A Stunning Sunset
Taste Kampong ambience at one of the oldest coastal parks on this island. Look out over the sea to Pulau Ubin as you sit by or dine by the beach. Be sure to catch the breath-taking sunrise from SAF Changi Ferry Terminal or the inspiring sunset from Changi Point.
19:00-07:00 Lighted Hours, daily
Along Nicoll Drive and Changi Coast Road, Singapore(+65-1800-4717300 National Parks Board)
Changi Village Food Centre
To Eat Or Not To Eat
Be prepared to gag or to gorge - either way you will leave wishing you had more gastro-space. Join the queues and be assured of yummy fare. From mouth-watering Nasi Lemak, Satay and Ayam Penyet; from savoury omelettes to comforting fish soup, these can be easily devoured without burning a hole in your pocket.
Nasi Lemak, Fried Hokkien Mee, Nasi Ayam Penyet
Blk 2 Changi Village Road, Singapore, 500002 (+65-1800-7362000 Singapore Tourism)