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What to do At East Coast Park?

1. Explore the Green Boulevards Together on a Cycling tour
2. Enjoy a Chilled-Out Sport, Go For a Cable-Ski At Singapore Wake Park
3. Get Splashed At Aloha Sea Sports Centre
4. Roll About at Xtreme SkatePark
5. Relax Under the Stars, Go Camping
6. Experience Thrilling Wakeboarding
7. Cast Your Fishing Hooks At Bedok Jetty
8. Let the Little Ones Free at Marine Cove Children’s Playground
9. Sway About at the Raintree Cove
10. Step into the Prehistoric World in Changi Jurassic Mile

Are you wondering what to do at East Coast Park in Singapore? Well, cycling, cable-skiing, wakeboarding, camping, barbecuing, angling, and skating are some of the best activities you can enjoy here. 
One of Singapore’s most endearing offerings, the East Coast Park is a great destination for solo travellers, couples, and families.

Experience the diverse range of activities at East Coast Park, perfect for individuals of all interests. Whether you're craving a tranquil picnic amidst the serene Casuarina Groves or seeking adventure through cycling, skating, or windsurfing, this sought-after park caters to every preference. With its array of offerings, it's no wonder why Singapore packages from India often include a visit to East Coast Park..

If you wish to just let your hair down and stretch your feet, sit by the beach and watch the surf as the waves crash against the rocks. Afterward, get more of the sun and breeze with offshore and aquatic activities and go for cable-skiing and water sports. Let the children loose while you stretch your legs at the Marine Cove Children’s Playground, Coastal Playgrove, or the Raintree Cove. The East Coast Park activities cover a wide range of activities in order to include people of all ages.

Here are some of the best things to do in East Coast Park:

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Explore the Green Boulevards Together on a Cycling Tour

One of the most fun things to do at East Coast Park, especially if you are with your beloved, is to go on a romantic bike ride. The park spans miles of flat land which is ideal for a cycling tour. You can either get a bike of your own or rent one from one of the bike rental kiosks here.

As you ride along the stretches of beach, you will come across exciting sights and sounds with playgrounds along the way as well as thrilling water sports and umpteen eateries which make for great pit stops.

Pricing: SGD 8 – SGD 24 per hour (rental)

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Relax at Beach

Enjoy the sun and sea breeze on a day at the sandy beaches of the East Coast Park. Sitting by the sea, admiring the views as gulls squawk above and the waves break gently on the shore, is definitely one of the perfect East Coast Park activities to bid adieu to the day-to-day stress of regular life.

There are several kiosks here that offer a variety of beach toys for you to rent. Let your kids play in the sand while you take a moment to stretch your legs and loosen your hair.

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Enjoy a Chilled-Out Sport, Go for a Cable-Ski at Singapore Wake Park

The country’s only cable-ski park is built in a lagoon at the East Coast Park. One of the most thrilling East Coast Park activities, it is enjoyed by beginners and seasoned riders alike.

There are three different levels of challenges- the full-size cable system for those who have some experience with it and two straight-line System 2.0 for the intermediate rider as well as complete beginners. Children as young as six years old can also try their hands at this and have an entire day of fun and thrill. 

10 AM – 9 PM

Pricing: SGD 50

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Get Splashed At Aloha Sea Sports Centre

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If you are wondering what to do at East Coast Park, here’s your big chance to splash, soak and sail. From windsurfing and wind failing to stand-up paddling and laser sailing, the Aloha Sea Sports Centre comes with an entire range of offerings.

If you have not had much experience in water sports, the centre also provides courses along with gears, equipment rental, and storage.You will find all equipment from boards, sails, paddles, and much more here to satiate the thrill-seeker within you.  So get ready to have an adrenaline boost as you head out into the open seas for a big splash.

Timing: 10 AM – 6 PM

Pricing: SGD 200

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Roll about at Xtreme SkatePark

The Xtreme SkatePark spreads across an area of almost two and a half football grounds and makes for one of the best things to do at East Coast Park.No matter what level of proficiency you are at, you will find a circuit that is suitable for you.

From rails, bowls, and ramps to challengers and fun areas for kids, the skate park is certainly one to try by people of all ages. Featuring varying levels of difficulty for skaters, the world-class skate park comprises a combo bowl, a vertical bowl, and a street course.

Timing: 7:30 AM – 10 PM


Go for Camping

If you are wondering what to do at East Coast Park, well, there is no dearth of fun activities here. One of the best ways to imbibe the magic of this sprawling park, so close to nature, is by going camping here.

There are several designated camping areas in the park where you can find your spot and pitch in a tent.Gaze at the starry sky in the night, take solace in the soothing sounds of the water nearby and enjoy a mouth-watering barbecue session. Camping at the park is an experience you would not want to miss.

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Experience Thrilling Wakeboarding

The East Coast Park offers a multitude of thrilling water sports activities you can partake in to satiate your thirst for adventure. Go for a thrilling wakeboarding experience on the park’s newest offering, a 650 m cableway replete with several obstacles.

The long cableway can easily accommodate up to eight wakeboarders at a time.The cable travels at the highest speed of 58 kmph and runs counter-clockwise around the lake. It is powered by a variable-speed electric motor that maintains a speed between 20 – 58 kph. They even organise a night wakeboarding session which you can opt for to enjoy a whole new experience of wakeboarding. 

Timing: 9 AM – 9 PM

Pricing: SGD 50

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Cast Your Fishing Hooks At Bedok Jetty

This 250 m stretch is the longest fishing jetty in Singapore and offers one of the most relaxing things to do at East Coast Park. So, just pick up your gear and head to the jetty, find a good spot and sit back alongside the other anglers who come here to hone their fishing skills or spend some time in the peace and quiet by the waterside, waiting for their catch.

Even if you are not much of an angler and are not too enthusiastic about the activity, you can enjoy the waterside view and breeze by taking a stroll down the long stretch.

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Let the Little Ones Free at Marine Cove Children’s Playground

The children’s playground at the Marine Cove of East Coast Park is a great concept to keep the little ones engaged. Complete with family-friendly amenities, this children’s park is spread over several square meters and is designed in a way that keeps families and children entertained for hours together.

There are walkways and paths in and around the Children’s Park that can easily accommodate baby strollers. There are several rides and swings at the park that has the children enthralled while you can stretch your legs a while.

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Sway About at the Raintree Cove

Find your way through the maze of red swings and the mini obstacle course at the Raintree Cove, which lists towards the top of all East Coast Park activities. Formerly, the spot owned by a Burger King drive-through now houses a gigantic structure with a range of different swings amid open lawns and spaces. 

The long row of red swings is the most prominent feature in the Cove and is a great source of attraction for kids, with its innovative swing types.There are circular-shaped basket swings to accommodate groups who wish to take a go at it together, hammock swings for couples, and single-seater swings artistically designed and colored.

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Step into the Prehistoric World in Changi Jurassic Mile

One of Singapore’s most recent and biggest displays of life-sized dinosaurs in an outdoor setting. Covering nearly a stretch of 1 kilometre along the park’s cycling and jogging path, the Jurassic Mile houses more than 20 different prehistoric creatures from 9 different species.There are dinosaurs that were carnivores, herbivores, defensive as well as those that could fly.

Be prepared to get mesmerised by a towering Tyrannosaurus Rex complete with gigantic dinosaur eggs. The Mesozoic creatures have visitors in thrall by their sheer size and lifelike forms.

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Challenge Each Other to the Very Top at the Coastal Playgrove

A huge play tower with nets dominates the centre of the playing grove and climbing it to the very top is among the top fun things to do at East Coast Park. It is also the tallest play feature in the whole of Singapore.

Once at the helm, you can find your way down gliding along with the slides that bring you back all the way from a height of nearly 16 metres. There is also a water play area near the nature play garden where children are free to splash about and have fun. 

Timing: 8 AM – 8 PM

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Cook Up A BBQ Feast

There’s nothing like doing a barbecue together in this wonderful open setting amid relaxing sights and sounds. Get a booking done beforehand for a barbecue bit at East Coast Park if you are planning to do it yourself.

There are several barbecue pits located by the benches at the park that you can book and enjoy your scrumptious delights facing the calm waters of the sea stretched for miles ahead of you. You can purchase the necessary ingredients from the nearby park amenities including sauces, dressings, herbs, and seasoning, and enjoy a day of cooking by the glorious sea.

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