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What you should know about East Coast

A quieter alternative to some of the more popular tourist areas, Singapore’s East Coast contains over 10 miles of white sand beaches and rows of colorful traditional shophouses, and offers a glimpse into the island’s recent history. East Coast is less developed than other parts of the island and is home to some of the last remaining mangrove swamps. These teem with exotic insects and wildlife, providing visitors a rare glimpse into Singapore’s fauna and flora.

Hotels in East Coast


Thanks to their decentralized location, East Coast hotels in Singapore offer very good quality accommodation at low prices. High-end options such as the Grand Mercure Singapore Roxy and Village Hotel Katong provide air-conditioned rooms, free airport shuttle services, and the superior level of comfort and service one would expect from a world-class 4-star hotel. Cheap hotel’s on Singapore’s East Coast include local gems like the atmospheric Le Peranakan on the East Coast Road as well as the ubiquitous backpacker hostels which can be found across Asia, represented here by Lodges @Siglap Hostel.

Things to see in East Coast


The East Coast offers a less urbanized view of Singapore than the busier central districts, but there is still plenty to do for all ages. East Coast Park is a popular family hang-out, offering palm-edged white sand beaches and a plethora of watersports including wakeboarding, windsurfing, and kayaking. East Coast reviews rave about the picturesque island of Pulau Ubin. Made up of traditional fishing villages, the island is accessible by boat from Changi village and provides a peaceful reminder of the slower rhythms by which locals lived not so very long ago. A boardwalk through the mangroves offers visitors the chance to observe native butterflies, mudskippers, and fiddler crabs at close range. Back on the mainland, darker memories haunt Changi Chapel and Museum. A memorial to the WW2 Japanese prisoner of war camp, the museum includes a replica of the original chapel and a touching exhibition explaining the squalid conditions within the prison.

Good for families


With good transport links, affordable accommodation and plenty of options for wholesome outdoor fun, East Coast is a very attractive destination for those travelling with children. Much of the accommodation in East Coast Singapore also offers free childcare, so parents can take a well-deserved break after a day spent entertaining the kids. The beaches and outdoor sports provide adults and children alike with the opportunity to let off steam. The nearby islands and historic buildings mix exploration and learning, allowing children to let their imaginations run wild and picture how Singapore may have looked in times gone by.

How to get to East Coast


East Coast is located conveniently close to Singapore’s main international airport. Once you have passed through customs, either grab a taxi or jump straight on to the East-West MRT (subway) line and you’ll be at the doors of your hotel within minutes. The MRT is also a good way to explore mainland Singapore. If the subway is just a little too crowded, there is a decent bus network locally. Buses can often be faster, as they are given access to the island’s express lanes in order to jump the traffic lines. Changi village is the East Coast’s entry point from the water, with regular boats to nearby Pulau Ubin and Tekong islands.

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