The physical appearance and the extent of beaches in Singapore are widely popular although rapid urbanization is one of the major reasons of the disappearance of these natural beaches. Still people from various parts of the world prefer visiting the beautiful beaches in Singapore. Here is a rundown of the beaches you must visit to get heaven-like experience while you’re in a city tour to Singapore.
Palawan is one of the most fashionable beaches and highly popular among all the age groups. Located on the central of the southern coast of Sentosa, the beach has its natural beauty with swaying palm trees, blue-green water and twinkling white sand. Opened in 2012, Port of Lost Wonder located at the Palawan Beach is very popular among adults and children as it aims to provide a unique experience of family bonding. You can organize a picnic at the themed islets, have fun at various water playing areas, and enjoy dining experience with varied cuisines.
If you are looking for a place to spend time in solitude, Tanjong Beach located at Sentosa Island is an ideal destination for you. This beach is usually less crowded and contains minimal amenities. Hence, travelers are mainly seen taking sun bath, performing meditation or yoga, walking along the coastline to enjoy aloneness, reading book or spending quality time with special ones.
Although Punggol Beach is a popular tourist point today, this is the place where around 400 Chinese civilians were massacred by the Japanese soldiers during Japanese’s occupation of Singapore and Malaya in February 1942. Punggol Jetty is considered an iconic part of the Punggol point due to its existence for a long time. The place is a home to a plenty of seafood restaurants and an ideal destination to make a food tour Singapore. The government had declared this location as a national heritage site. The presence of white sand and blackish big rocks makes the beach more enthralling and gives a picturesque view.